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Amina Gautier Amina Gautier's blog:

flash fiction

New flash fiction piece "Surely, Not" at Boston Review. Click link to read:

http://bostonreview.net/arts-in-socie...
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Published on April 03, 2020 23:28
Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum Caitlin M.S. Buxbaum's blog:

Self-imposed quarantines suck, but they highlight our resilience

I'm not saying we can celebrate just yet, or that there won't continue to be unintended consequences of this quarantine. But it is imperative that we look for the silver linings.
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Published on March 22, 2020 16:30
Alexandra Kitty Alexandra Kitty's blog:

The topic expansion will begin on the Week of April 20

It will start with adding one more topic on Art Crimes. Very general at first. That should last until May, and then I will slowly roll out the other days.

I have not forgotten

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Published on April 03, 2020 21:18
Kayley Santiago Kayley Santiago's blog:

Book Study Questions available

Study Questions are now available for Rebuilding Arcadia.

https://kayleysantiago.com/blog/

Feel free to use these in the classroom, or in your own study group.

Stay safe everyone!
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:51
J.D.   Stark J.D. Stark's blog:

What can we do?

A couple of days ago I posted a comment about the coronavirus we are fighting in our country, and the world. I ended it with....

Well, what can we do? What should we do?

I know the answers to those questions are not easy. What we can do is decide to be the best person possible by showing love and r... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:51
Joseph F. Benedetto Joseph F. Benedetto's blog:

Editors edit

You may remember that I wrote a month ago that my story "Death is a Matter of Faith" had been bought for the DEATH IN THE DROWNED LANDS anthology, and that I was waiting for the edits. Well, the editor just got back to me and asked me to look over the changes she wanted to make to the story.

The m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:44
Quentin R. Bufogle Quentin R. Bufogle's blog:

HELIUM-3 (NEW FICTION)

LOVE. This thing so often referenced by human beings. I do not understand it. An attraction of the sexes. Ive studied it. Read of it in their literature. I understand the biological necessity of perpetuating the species. But one might accomplish this task with any partner. Why this obsession with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:43
Bryan W. Alaspa Bryan W. Alaspa's blog:

New Crime Thriller - Black River - Out Today!

The small town of Elgar, IL, is long forgotten. A town constantly on the brink of war, dominated by two powerful criminal organizations. Not far from St. Louis, set across a tributary of the Mississippi River, the town is hoping a new company looking to bring business to the region can save it fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:41
Melody Calder Melody Calder's blog:

Book updates

Who is ready for more?

We have a tentative release date for Shadow Isle Reformatory book 2.... May 7th! Preorder coming soon!
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:40
Ember Flint Ember Flint's blog:

AllAuthor Cover of the Month Contest!

The cover for "His Curvy Chef" was selected to participate in the Cover of the Month Contest on AllAuthor.com for April!!!
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It will help me a lot if I could see some votes coming in; you don't even have to sign up or anything or do an open vote if you don't want to: just click and vote if you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:31
E.J.    Powell E.J. Powell's blog:

6th Update Blog 4/3/2020

Hope everyone is staying healthy and safe during this pandemic. But have no fear, because God will wipe and cleanse the lands all over the world of this coronavirus!

On a side note, finished writing my short story piece, "The Unseen Protector" and as of right now, it's due to still be released in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:15
Aisha Urooj Aisha Urooj's blog:

Things I have learned while self-publishing

If you are new to my blog, Welcome! You might know that I am author of My Dear Ellie, published January 2020.

One of the challenges of being a new writer I found, besides completing the book, is when you have arrived at the point of publishing. I didnt have the resources or time to go with traditi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 20:15
John H. Sibley John H. Sibley's blog:

Op-Page NYTimes: Globa Leaders are not the only one showing Totalitarian Impulses

Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker and Mayor Lightfoot like other governors and mayors across the nation are making draconian decrees like the stay-at-home order that are profoundly unconstitutional. Even the surgeon general is reluctant to issue a nationwide stay-at-home order because critical question... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 19:25
E.M. Courier E.M. Courier's blog:

A Sky Apart (A WWII Romance) Comes Out April 11th

A Sky Apart (A WWII Romance) Comes Out April 11th! The preorder for kindle is up on amazon now and a few days after the release date the paperback will be up!

Synopsis: Set in 1941; Elyse Kinney has just lost her father on the U.S.S Arizona, determined to fight, she joins the U.S. Army Nurse Corps... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 19:17
S.M.  Rath S.M. Rath's blog:

COVID19 BLUES

Wow, I can't believe this week 3 of staying at home. I miss going to work and seeing my co-workers. I miss seeing the patrons too.
I'am an introvert and am having trouble not seeing anyone. I can't imagine how the extroverts are doing!
I did get my second book, Sharkpede! published. It is more o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 18:59
S.J. Saadeh S.J. Saadeh's blog:

Becoming an Investor

One of the best accomplishments a person can achieve is to become a prudent investor and not rely on financial advisors for financial decision making.


Here is a poll for the best books to become a successful investor;

https://www.wealthmanagement.com/peop...

I hope you like it :) Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 18:53
JT Hine JT Hine's blog:

Fedhala

There. Finish up, nurse, thank you. Her wide, brown eyes did not change expression as she waited for instructions. Sorry. Et voilà. Je vous laisse finir, madame.

Bien sûr, docteur. Allez vous reposer. Sure, doctor. Go get some rest. She reached for the bandage tape, and began cleaning and coverin...

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Published on March 28, 2020 11:00
Ana   Avila Ana Avila's blog:

Frases favoritas: Las crónicas de Narnia

Si no te has adentrado al mágico mundo de Narnia, no hay tiempo que perder! 
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Published on March 10, 2020 05:00
Oliviu Craznic Oliviu Craznic's blog:

ADEVĂRURI ȘI REVELAȚII (CCCXLVII): JUDGE DREDD

Oliviu Craznic 819. Judecă oamenii după cum se comportă cu tine, nu după cum se comportă cu alții; necunoscând perfect relația celui judecat cu terții, există o probabilitate semnificativ de mare să îl judeci greșit.

820. Nu mă judeca! - Numai vinovatul se teme de judecată; nevinovatul se teme cel mult de jud... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 18:19
Gonzalo Senestrari Gonzalo Senestrari's blog:

#3

WTF (Welcome to the future). Despierto, e intento recordar un pensamiento que tuve anoche. No lo consigo. Jamás voy a comprender cuál es el patrón de selección de mi memoria. Así que continúo escribiendo, porque se supone que tengo que escribir sin pensar, y sin pausas. Por eso, cambié el lápiz p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 31, 2020 17:58
Deborah Sheldon Deborah Sheldon's blog:

My novelette, "Barralang, pop. 63", out now in Dimension6

Dimension6 is Coeur De Lion Publishing's free and DRM-free electronic magazine of Australian speculative fiction.

Dimension6 issue 19 is out now! It includes:

My novelette Barralang, pop. 63
Barralang is a place where hope comes to die.
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Riders on The Storm by Tais Te... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 03, 2020 17:49
Nathan Schock Nathan Schock's blog:

Who am I? Why am I here?

Its that line, spoken in the 1992 Vice Presidential Debate, that made Admiral James Stockdale, famous. But its an obvious question. What am I planning to do here on this site? Why start a blog in 2020. I thought those were so 2002?





[image error]Nathan preparing to teach Sunday School



If you know me...

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Published on April 03, 2020 17:12
Chad Waller Chad Waller's blog:

The Paper Room

On the whole, Sam was getting pretty damn sick of this hazing thing. Its not that he expected the best stories right awayhe understood the pecking orderbut this was his fourth roadside attraction in as many months, and Virginia was deep in a governor scandal that would soon be national news. God...

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Published on December 12, 2019 19:59
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