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Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:

Isabella

"If anyone still questions my identity,” said the Black Witch Queen. “I can easily provide more evidence." Amelia waited for their response.
Duncan shook his head. "Please. Stop. We know who you are."
"Why did you kill her?" asked Isabella. "We've never provoked you. Freyja didn't deserve to die."... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 14:12
Angela Jariwala Angela Jariwala's blog:

Veneer, a novel about social media, mental health, and all sorts of other contemporary stuff

Overview of Veneer

"Happy Anniversary from Facebook!

The message popped up on Amy’s screen like a surprise guest. How did neurotic, idealistic Amy ever manage to get through life before Facebook? And where is John, her husband of 25 years? Or was that 89p anniversary card the sum total of his affec... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 14:08
Michael R. Brasher Michael R. Brasher's blog:

The Gettysburg Campaign: Part II

A Sketch of the History of the Second Mississippi Infantry Regiment:
The Gettysburg Campaign: Part II
Picture Colors of the 2nd Mississippi Captured at the Railroad Cut, July 1, 1863 (Mississippi Department of Archives and History) Although battered, the spirit of the regiment was not broken.  Later duri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 13:53
Sara Secora Sara Secora's blog:

Book deals, giveaways, and advanced reader advantages!

I now have a fancy-pants mailing list for those interested in my writing journey. As a bonus, you'll get some awesome deals along the way, too! If you want to join my book team then just click here and sign up using the popup: https://www.sarasecora.com/books Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 14:02
Brair Lake Brair Lake's blog:

What have I done this week

It’s been an up and down week for this writer.

I've done a little decorating. A little writing and a lot of thinking.

Writing for The River Demon's Book 3 is coming along real fine and I'm happy with how it's progressing.

If you want to know more about book 3, fancy reading a free short story, or wa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 13:39
Leonie H. Mattison Leonie H. Mattison's blog:

How to Soul Care Beside Still Waters

Happy Sunday Everyone,

I hope you're having a lovely Columbus Day weekend so far and are getting the rest, refreshment, and restoration you need and want.

Speaking of rest, do you chronically feel exhausted and overwhelmed giving to others what they need and want from you, while forgetting to fuel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 13:21
Julian Adorney Julian Adorney's blog:

The Dragon's Curse--Revision Process (Chronological Outline)

When I was revising The Dragon's Curse, part of my process was making an 80-day chronological outline for the story. Each notecard is a chapter. Timeline goes right to left, top to bottom. Notecards on top of each other represent chapters happening at the same time.


chronological outline of The Dragon's Curse I created during revision Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 13:15
Ophelia Kee Ophelia Kee's blog:

What's in a name?

I saw a response to an answer I posted on Instagram or Twitter. No maybe it was Facebook. Never mind where, only what matters. It was a question about how to build characters. I do research about magic, legendary and mythical creatures, supernatural abilities etc... but what I think really matter... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 11, 2019 08:20
Verge LeNoir Verge LeNoir's blog:

Ralph Dennis


If you never heard of this author don’t feel too bad, until recently, neither have I, but that’s about to change. According to his Wikipedia page; Ralph Dennis was born in Sumpter South Carolina, he had two siblings; older sister Irma and younger brother William. When their father died in 1941,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 11:53
George Thomas Clark George Thomas Clark's blog:

My Kurds

President Trumps says don't worry about the Kurds or Turkey or Syria....

CLICK HERE
http://www.georgethomasclark.com/?p=1...
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Published on October 13, 2019 13:04
Christopher C. Fuchs Christopher C. Fuchs's blog:

New Release: Lords of Deception

At long last, my debut novel, Lords of Deception is now released! Learn more here. E-book formats are available today. Unfortunately, paperback and hardback versions are still queued up at the printing company but will be available before November (hopefully as soon as a...
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Published on October 12, 2019 05:44
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Civil Rights Events -- March to Montgomery -- Turn-Around Tuesday, Immediate Aftermath

SELMA: Jam-packed mass meetings simultaneously get under way in Brown Chapel and nearby First Baptist. The participants are mostly Black, men and women who have defied physical and economic terror for the vote. Young students who have cut class to march and go to jail rock the sancturaries with t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 12:45
Angie Titus Angie Titus's blog:

October 13, 2019

The verdict? Well, it could have been better. The crust was tough because I had to roll it more than once, and it could have used a little more cinnamon, but it was still a lot better than a bought pie. I find a lot of times when you get them the apples are still firm. I do not like firm apples i... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 12:31
Alicia K. Anderson Alicia K. Anderson's blog:

Fairy Tale Behind the Scenes

A few weeks ago, World Weaver Press shared a blog post I wrote about the process of writing "Ramps and Rocket" - the story that appears in Grimm, Grit and Gasoline.

You can read the whole post here. But I wanted to be sure some of these tidbits were ported over into Goodreads as well.

When I writ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 12:08
Amanda Brookfield Amanda Brookfield's blog:

Fighting the Darkness

The Perfect Nazi: Uncovering My Grandfather's Secret Past and How Hitler Seduced a Generation The Perfect Nazi: Uncovering My Grandfather's Secret Past and How Hitler Seduced a Generation by Martin Davidson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I first heard about Martin Davidson's book, 'The Perfect Nazi', when someone, knowing we had been English students in the same college 40 years ago, pointed it... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 11:29
Katharine  Orton Katharine Orton's blog:

Tell the truth.

Aaaaaagh no… I’ve done that thing I told myself I wouldn’t do, which is let my blog slip, meaning I have to start with an apology and a promise to do better. Sorry! I’ll try to do better.

I thought I’d talk a little about the Green Ink Sponsored Write I did at the end of September, and what a priv...

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Published on October 13, 2019 11:00
K. Massari K. Massari's blog:

Halloween Treat

As a stalking victim, I always have Halloween in my heart. I also feel a deep need to re-write and edit, to shove some of the more bothersome monsters back into the closet or under the bed.
A stalker aims to manipulate and control his victim. I found myself locked up and suffocating in a prison w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 11:16
Dave Ayotte Dave Ayotte's blog:

Shirley Rousseau Murphy

Talking cats, you ask?OF COURSE, IT MIGHT BE that I just got done writing a novel about one, but now, I'm seeing cats every where. Cats buried in snowbanks, sliding down hills, cleaning houses, listening to music, showing up outside a guy's window during the polar vortex, and even werewolf cats!

I don't know about you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 11:12
Ann-Christine Tabaka Ann-Christine Tabaka's blog:

Words Spill Out

I am so honored to be chosen as Celaine Charles's first interview on her fabulous Website "Steps In Between." Celaine is a very talented poet and writer and a dear friend! She asked some though provoking questions that made me dig deep for the replies. Please stop over and learn a little more abo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 10:53
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

What is Spiritual Warfare? – Part 5

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Am I a Good Pastor to My Flock?

Who can give us the answer to that question, Brother Pastors? Everyone has an opinion; but we will never amount to anything of substance, if we follow opinions.

To discover the only true answer, we need to ask how we became a pastor. The answer...

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Published on October 13, 2019 09:01
Keith C. Blackmore Keith C. Blackmore's blog:

The Majestic 311 is NOW ON SALE!

Only on Amazon.


 



 


In the spring of 1903, the 311, known to locals as “The Majestic,” carried over a hundred passengers on board towards a tunnel mouth that would allow the thirteen-car locomotive to pass safely through the underbelly of the Canadian Rockies.


The tunnel swallowed the 311 who...

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Published on October 13, 2019 10:42
Kristi Drillien Kristi Drillien's blog:

Weekly Writing Update: October Week 2

I got the interior of “Pithea” formatted for paperback with minor difficulties, and after some real frustrations with the cover, ordered my first proof copy. It’s set to arrive tomorrow!! Once I have it in my hands, I’ll start reading through it with an eye for final details that need changed whi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 08:56
Ann Charles Ann Charles's blog:

Fatal Traditions, it's place in the Deadwood World

Dear Deadwood Mystery Series Reader,
When I sat down to start plotting the 11th novel in the Deadwood Mystery Series, I realized that something was missing—a transitional story needing to be told in order to wrap up the previous ten novels and prepare you for the next many books to come. At that p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 10:44
Steven Wood Collins Steven Wood Collins's blog:

Moses Simmons

Moses Simmons (Moyses Simonson)
Birth 1 Jan 1604 in Leiden, South Holland, Netherlands Or England
Death 15 Sep 1691 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA

9th great-grandfather COLLINS http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/465887...

Fab Pedigree
http://fabpedigree.com/s022/f164255.htm

WikiTree
http://www.w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 10:27
Siri Pettersen Siri Pettersen's blog:

On the top ten list of Norwegian authors in Germany

Top 10 Norwegian Authors in Germany













They have ranked the bestselling Norwegian authors in Germany right now, and I am so friggin’ pleased to be number nine on this list! Most of all because «fantasy is limited» and «only sells to a few geeks», obviously… Thank you so much, Germany, I love you too ❤ See you next week in Fran...

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Published on October 13, 2019 09:49
Barbara Anne King Barbara Anne King's blog:

Kirkus Review Has Been Key

October is a big month for my book, The California Immigrant. Thanks to a good Kirkus Review, the book has been chosen to be featured in the Indie section of the October 15 issue of Kirkus magazine.

After coming across the Kirkus review, the New York Review of Books approached me and my book will... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 10:12
Heatherly Bell Heatherly Bell's blog:

The holidays are coming!

So many new releases from some of my favorite authors. I just picked up the latest Jill Shalvis Heartbreaker Bay book. These are fun for me to read, not just because of the hunky heroes, but because San Francisco is not far from me and one of my favorite cities.

Lots of sales coming up, too, for... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 13, 2019 10:11
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