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Katya Ensmore Katya Ensmore's blog:

NOW ACCEPTING ARC APPLICATIONS!

I hate to admit it, but I’m a little late to the game. With five books published between two pen names, I’ve missed out on an important part of marketing my books prior to release. I guess they say better late than never, right? Well, here it goes!

What is an ARC?

An ARC is an advanced review copy. It

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Published on June 24, 2022 21:16
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:

It's So Hot, We Stopped Telling "So Hot" Jokes

This week has been so hot, "so hot" jokes have been trending.

There's only so much you can do with them, of course--they've been around a long time. One of the original European settlers, in the Roanoke Colony of Virginia, left a note that said "it's so hot we're moving to Plymouth". The settlers wer Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 20:53
Ronald Singh Ronald Singh's blog:

Tellwell Book Trends

Hi Everyone,

Honored to see Intergalactic Mind Games make the Tellwell Book Design Trends page.  Please click Tellwell Blog link below to view (# 10 under Retro Nostalgia).

Tellwell Blog

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Published on June 24, 2022 18:43
Svyatoslav Albireo Svyatoslav Albireo's blog:

Again the necessary from the unnecessary

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26.Spill something on a piece of paper or a napkin. Fold to make a stain.
Draw something meaningful and beautiful out of it.
By the way, if you have some kind of situation with which you do not know what to do. Do this task. Think about the situation only when you spill something. And then just paint. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 19:53
M'Lord Chook M'Lord Chook's blog:

Episode 2

You know those borderline psychotic thoughts that run through your mind when your little parasites won’t do what they’ve been asked for the hundredth time? All while they’re
emptying the pantry of anything remotely edible and leaving a trail of destruction behind them? You know those thoughts you do Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 19:24
D.R. Schoel D.R. Schoel's blog:

Neapolitan Pizza Research

In a couple of days, I'm off to Italy. I've arranged to meet master pizza chef Enzo Coccia in Naples, who wrote "The Neapolitan Pizza: a scientific guide about the artisanal process". It's part of my research for an upcoming Galactic Culinary Society story...

Enzo has kindly offered to give me a les Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 19:14
Melissa Brayden Melissa Brayden's blog:

Summer 2022 Updates

And just out of nowhere, summer is here! I wanted to pop in and provide a few updates because there’s a lot going on, so hold onto your hats!  I’ve scrambled over here to discuss. (By the way, how are you? How’s your summer? Read anything good?)

First of all, The Last Lavender Sister releases in unde

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Published on June 24, 2022 12:13
Mark Hodges Mark Hodges's blog:

Free Saturday and Sunday

Free Sat-Sun, June 25-26-

If you want to see some of the actual arguments and precedents used by the SCOTUS justices in the 1973 Roe decision; and why it had to be overturned, these books have several chapters on those precedents and will be free Saturday and Sunday

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Published on June 24, 2022 18:48
William Hill William Hill's blog:

The 5th Season a review

I found this world totally engrossing with the 5th season being the time needed to recover from a major geologic events like an earthquake or volcanic eruption. This work of fiction is not High Fantasy, but closer to post apocalyptic fantasy. The world's caste system reminds me a bit of Genosha and Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 18:08
Gregory A. Booker Gregory A. Booker's blog:

Thought for the Day!

What has went up but hasn't come down yet ? Are there any ideas... Like a floating ballon or a NASA liftoff. Give me your answer then I give mine.
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Published on June 24, 2022 18:06
Michelle  Novak Michelle Novak's blog:

Sending You Sunshine!

Sending you sunshine!

Stay Inspired!

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Published on June 24, 2022 18:01
Holly Manno Holly Manno's blog:

Free ebook 6/24 & 6/25/22

Hello Readers,

My newest poetry project, Broken Vases is out in the world. It's free on Amazon on 6/24 & 6/25/22. Here is the link to get it:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B3BYRNDM
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Published on June 24, 2022 17:50
Molly Burkhart Molly Burkhart's blog:

Latest Release Fun!

In honor of my latest release, Lone Wolf Mates, I’m holding a little conversation. A contest, really.

Oh, hell. A free signed paperback to whoever gives the most creative, fun answer. If there are too many fun ones, I’ll just draw a random number for the winner.

So, what’s the game? I’ve written a lot

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Published on June 21, 2022 18:12
Steve Lipkin Steve Lipkin's blog:

Earthworks

The new Sam Williams book is out now in paperback:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0B3HFHFLK?...
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Published on June 24, 2022 17:23
Carma Spence Carma Spence's blog:

How long does it take to write a book?

The average time it takes for an author to write a book is six months. Of course, books can be written much faster (I've written one in a couple of days) or much slower (it took me 8 years to pull together Public Speaking Super Powers). Why the wide range? It all depends on the book, the style of wr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 16:52
Sammie Marsalli Sammie Marsalli's blog:

More Detail Preventing Her Shutdown

There are really no fixed "do this “and "do that" rules, as there are no two profile behavioral changes  alike with Alzheimer´s. Consequently, no one has the " exact key" as to how to react to a family member with Alzheimer's radical behavioral changes. There isn't a standard  set guide to follow as Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 16:01
D.F. Kennedy D.F. Kennedy's blog:

Why Semi-Autobiographical?

I've been asked why I wrote a semi-autobiographical novel instead of a memoir. My response: Where's the fun in that? The words poured from my fingertips as I told my dark truths and wrapped them in a candy-coated fictional romance.
If you're an Outlander fan or a Grey's anatomy fan then you will love Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 14:51
Kajolium Broadwick Kajolium Broadwick's blog:

Public Service Announcement

This is a public service announcement from my wife, Rachel de Grenville:

KJ, please post a reminder that Santa Banana is a true sanctuary city. If you are a pregnant person on planet Earth and are seeking "medical assistance", we can get you safely off-planet to some civilized place where you will en Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 14:42
Steve  Johnson Steve Johnson's blog:

New book as promised

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Take Me Away, a new historical romance, is ready, as promised. A description is as follows:

They cross paths at one of the worst possible moments in our nation's history. Rose meets Leo on the brink of The Great Depression. What are their chances of making it?

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Published on June 24, 2022 14:47
Rhonda Fink-Whitman Rhonda Fink-Whitman's blog:

Just Published and #1!

My first graphic novel, Daughters of the Holocaust, just published and already it's the #1 New Release on Amazon!

Plus, the 5-star reviews have started to roll in!

Thank you!

Get your copy in Paperback or Kindle here: https://amzn.to/3NsBp2M

More 5-star reviews welcome!

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Published on June 24, 2022 14:38
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

it doesn't take much these days...

 most of the time, i am a pretty laid back kind of guy. but, i do have moments where it doesn't take much to really set me off. and i come from a long line of assholes with legendary tempers. so, you can imagine how i was today at Rite Aid. i was told by a guy working at the pharmacy that my other p

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Published on June 24, 2022 14:26
Maria Savva Maria Savva's blog:

Release Day! Masquerade is now available on Kindle!

My latest short story, "Masquerade" is available to download on Kindle for just $1/£1.

It's one of my longer short stories, at around 7500 words.

Masquerade is a tale of everyday deception.

We are all hiding secrets behind the masks we wear.




Get your copy:

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Published on June 24, 2022 14:24
María del Pino María del Pino's blog:

Preboda Vero & Álvaro


Aquí os dejo el vídeo con algunas de las fotos de esta increíble parejita. Son maravillosos ambos. Realizamos el preboda de una manera sencilla. Solo ellos y yo en un espacio abierto como es el de la Asomadilla, entre las sombras de los olivos y su increíble y bonito amor.

Gracias por confiar en mi t

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Published on January 26, 2021 03:00
Ashley Abbiss Ashley Abbiss's blog:

A writing kind of birthday.

I had a very nice birthday last Saturday, although my plan to have it as a day off didn't quite eventuate. I ended up writing after all, but that was entirely by choice.

I'd got my computer back from the shop, and I'm pleased to report that it's been running perfectly since. But in the process of doi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 14:16
Jean Harkin Jean Harkin's blog:

Reconsidering Shakespeare

As my college friends and fellow English majors would attest, I was never a Shakespeare fan, even though I once attempted a spoof of “Hamlet” entitled “Omelet.” It must have had a Humpty Dumpty-ish sort of plot.

Now, eons after college and having endured a few of Shakespeare’s plays, I have been intr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 14:12
Abelia Sumpter Abelia Sumpter's blog:

Corvus Book Two Official Announcment!

Hello everyone! I've been deep into editing the first draft of the sequel to "Lady of the Colum" which I've decided to title:

Mistress of the Imnicus

I'm aiming for a November/December release. Once I get official dates down for copyediting and formatting, I'll throw up a preorder on Amazon. It's very Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 14:06
Faye Pierce Faye Pierce's blog:

He is the beautiful destruction I can never escape…

Hello, my dear darklings,

How are you this fine day? I sometimes feel like a pawn, but today, I feel like a Queen! 🖤

My LATEST release, "Broken Pawn", is FINALLY LIVE on Amazon & FREE with Kindle Unlimited! This dark and twisted story will rock your world...Are you ready to play? 🔥

When I met Ethan, I Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 13:42
Nicole Pyland Nicole Pyland's blog:

New Release: The Fireworks

Aria’s book is a special one for me because it’s my wife’s favorite of The Holiday Series. She usually reads at night after I go to sleep and, apparently, she was surprised that I didn’t wake up because she was sobbing at certain parts. I promise that Aria and London get a happy ending, but it’s a t

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Published on June 24, 2022 12:06
Don   Kennedy Don Kennedy's blog:

Free Read Days July 1 - 3

Don Kennedy It's Christmas in July! Yes, it's that time of year when we celebrate being halfway to Christmas. Not sure how it all began, will have to look into that. Actually, in places like Australia it really is winter!!! But I digress... To celebrate Christmas in July, I'm doing free reads days July 1 to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 13:11
Abhijit Naskar Abhijit Naskar's blog:

Honor He Wrote Sonnet 33

There is no lord almighty, only human almighty,
No magic and mysticism, only nature and oneness.
There are no ten commandments, only one,
Compassion has no religion, character has no race.
There’s no law above life, life alone is the supreme law,
And stagnant law does more harm than action illegal.
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Published on June 24, 2022 13:07
Mary Soon Lee Mary Soon Lee's blog:

Rhysling Award

!! I am very happy to report that my poem Confessions of a Spaceport AI, first published in Uncanny Magazine, has just won the 2022 Rhysling Award for best short poem :-) :-) Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2022 12:52
Phyllis P. Colucci Phyllis P. Colucci's blog:

"1941" - Dedicated to Actor David Lynn Selby

         The below poem is a short/simple poem I recently wrote (April, 2022), dedicated to a wonderful Actor named David Lynn Selby. Many of you may remember him as "Quentin Collins" in the Gothic Soap Opera "Dark Shadows 1966-1971" - or as "Richard Channing" from "Falcon Crest". I decided to write

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Published on June 24, 2022 12:26
Sandra C. Strauss Sandra C. Strauss's blog:

When Silence Isn’t Golden

When conflict arises, are you speaking your truth?

Life presents us with an ongoing series of situations that can strain relationships. Conflict is a natural part of life, with the potential to arise when you face resistance, pressure, change, or merely interacting with others. It brings up uncomfort

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Published on August 21, 2020 07:47
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