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Deborah A. Morrison Deborah A. Morrison's blog:
Finding Your Center Explorations in Philosophy, New Physics and Eastern Mysticism by Deborah A. Morrison

Today I rest upon my zero gravity chair which sits on my penthouse balcony with a view into forever. Billows of soft white clouds drift lazily in the gentle blue sky. Birds fly together free in the hot, blazing sun. Emerald green oak leaves on nearby trees are just beginning to reflect hues of g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 11:40 • 14 views
Joanne Hardy Joanne Hardy's blog:
I have been off GoodReads for about two years due to some personal situation. I have, however, read several books. Hope to re-connect with my GoodRead friends who were always faithfully sending me book reviews.

Good to be back.
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Published on September 24, 2017 11:39 • 1 view
Jennifer S. Alderson Jennifer S. Alderson's blog:
It is my pleasure to introduce you to two fabulous authors celebrating new releases this month, Robert Krenzel and Mary Angela!


It is my pleasure to welcome cozy mystery author Mary Angela to my blog today. She’s certainly still celebrating the paperback release of the second book in her Professor... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 11:39 • 3 views
Eileen Susan Eckert Eileen Susan Eckert's blog:
I've made a renewed commitment to Social Media networking. So I promise a new blog twice a week.

Since last writing I've discovered how much I enjoy helping other writers get their works published. I realized many years ago that I seem to have a need to 'help' people. I've done a lot of volunteeri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 11:20 • 22 views
A.J. Eversley A.J. Eversley's blog:
Now is your chance to see what all the excitement is!!! Get WATCHER - Book One of the Watcher Series for Free for a limited time. Exclusively on Amazon
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Published on September 24, 2017 10:38 • 10 views
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:
"The best part? Logan has three sexy alpha brothers waiting to tell their stories...I'm hooked!" - Ellesea Loves Reading

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Published on September 24, 2017 10:23 • 10 views
Andrew Seiple Andrew Seiple's blog:
Twelve thousand words into Dire:Hell, and this is the fastest I've been able to write in over a year! The muse is as eager as I am.

Been waiting to do this book properly for a while now, and I'm excited to see it fall into shape. Hopefully the beta readers agree with me on its quality, when the ti... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 09:52 • 15 views
Steven S. Drachman Steven S. Drachman's blog:
I'm not going to blog about politics on this page at all, but I was pleasantly surprised to discover that Deputy AG in the Trump administration, Rod Rosenstein, is married to a genuine Barsoomian (his wife is former US attorney Lisa Barsoomian)!

His daughters, who live in my hometown of Bethesda,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 09:07 • 11 views
Shane Joseph Shane Joseph's blog:
Hard to imagine, but what if these behemoths of data went belly up? Sure, a few banks might fail, a few cities go bankrupt, perhaps even a few countries; a whole bunch of employees would be made redundant, and that vast treasure trove of data would be on the auction block.

It’s the data that I am... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 08:39 • 9 views
Christine Hartweg Christine Hartweg's blog:
Amy Robsart, Robert Dudley’s first wife, was found dead on 8 September 1560 at her lodgings in Cumnor, Berkshire, at the foot of some stairs. Almost 261 years later, in January 1821, Sir Walter Scott published his 13th historical novel: … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 08:02 • 11 views
Harry Whitewolf Harry Whitewolf's blog:
Thanks to Satan for using me as a mouthpiece to conduct this interview on Jason Denness' Gnome Appreciation Society Blog. Check it out here

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Published on September 24, 2017 08:08 • 17 views
Christine Hurley Deriso Christine Hurley Deriso's blog:
Whoa, what a blast I had working on the "All the Wrong Chords" trailer!

It was a multi-pronged process. My songwriting partner, John Hurley, and I wrote the song for the trailer (also included in the "All the Wrong Chords" album by The Beastings, available on iTunes, Spotify or wherever digital mu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 07:24 • 11 views
Damien    Black Damien Black's blog:
This one isn't just about me - honest word! I'm part of a consortium of up-and-coming grimdark authors who are offering some of their works at discount price for a limited period next month. Please click to support this Thunderclap promo campaign, no cost involved but a few seconds of your time!

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Published on September 24, 2017 07:24 • 14 views
Bastian Darhk Bastian Darhk's blog:
Thaddeus Walker is the first character you will encounter reading Origins Book One: The Ripper. He is an English Gentleman in his own mind, but he is only so because of his family's name and money.

Thaddeus was fun to write because he reminded me of myself when I was younger. I wanted to experien... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 06:56 • 29 views
Lee Mountford Lee Mountford's blog:
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As a little taster, I wanted to share the first draft of the first chapter for my upcoming book – Tormented!


Any or all of this could be subject to change, of course, but this is what I have so far. Hopefully, it is enough to pique peoples interest:


Chapter 1


The man looked down to the famili...

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Published on September 24, 2017 06:40 • 10 views
Steven J. Pemberton Steven J. Pemberton's blog:
The book that I've been referring to as "the sequel to The Accidental Dragonrider " for the last couple of years finally has a title - The Reluctant Dragonrider. It also has a cover - see below.



I made a little video of myself doing the calligraphy for the title, which you can watch at https://ww... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 06:34 • 24 views
James Manders James Manders's blog:
Publishing a book comes with some unexpected side effects, once you claim your profile on Goodreads, you get a whole new Author Dashboard where you can view statistics about your books, set up giveaways and most excitingly, start a Goodreads Blog.

I feel like I sort of cheated to get an author pro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 07:13 • 13 views
Daniel B. Hunt Daniel B. Hunt's blog:
I wrote 1,500 or so words today and went back and scrubbed/edited chapter 46 of Okuda! – My science fiction assassin story based upon the character Lucy Okuda invented by Gavin Revitt. I’ve also started the last two chapters. I tend to do that when I get to the end. I pre-write the key sequence... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 05:37 • 20 views
M.A. Koontz M.A. Koontz's blog:
Picture      Calling all avid readers and book lovers....! Where is that special place you long to escape to, with book in hand, where you can settle in for a few moments or hours, hoping to be transported to another place or time? I'm referring to that cozy spot, where mere thoughts of it can cause you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 11:23 • 13 views
Miriam Álvarez Elvira Miriam Álvarez Elvira's blog:
Hoy os traigo un artículo corto porque… He desperdiciado todo mi tiempo cambiando el diseño al blog. Sí, sí. Por favor, decidme si no os gusta algo, tengo el sentido de lo hortera muerto. Aunque por fin he arreglado el menú después de casi un año y en los móviles se ve mucho mejor ahora.


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Published on September 24, 2017 03:54 • 11 views
Laura Ashley Laraque Laura Ashley Laraque's blog:

Hey guys !


It’s been a few weeks since I have posted something. As usual, I was encouraged or inspired by this topic because I find that its easy to look outside our circle for love.


It’s sad that sometimes we tend to desire attention or love from someone that is not adequate enough to supply it to...

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Published on September 23, 2017 07:34 • 10 views
Esther Yu Sumner Esther Yu Sumner's blog:

You can download the full page coloring page here, or right-click on the image below to save it to your computer and print it.



This coloring page is from a "cut" scene from "My Nativity ABCs," by Esther Yu Sumner (me). My publisher, Cedar Fort, decided they wanted all of the imagery for "My Nativ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 22:32 • 15 views
Thuita J. Maina Thuita J. Maina's blog:
Much has been said about the greatness of Abe Lincoln. Like there was Theodore Roosevelt who wrote to his sons: "It is a great comfort for me to...
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Published on September 24, 2017 00:00 • 11 views
Fabrizio Ulivieri Fabrizio Ulivieri's blog:

Foto Živile Abrutytė
Il tempo a Vilnius è variabile. Nel giro di un'ora tutto può sovvertirsi.
La mattina Rūta guardò fuori dalla finestra. Pioveva. Il telefono le diceva che fuori erano undici gradi. Sospirò. Ancora era con la testa a Roma. Al bel sole che l'aveva accolta quel novembre che vi ave... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2017 02:21 • 9 views
Kait Spangler Kait Spangler's blog:
Ever since I published Iridescent back in July, I've been working on its sequel. I have to admit that I'm way behind schedule when it comes to this WIP, and that's something I really need to work on. This is the first sequel I've written, and that makes it a learning experience. And what better w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 10:06 • 10 views
Emmanuel Rincon Emmanuel Rincon's blog:

Nos prometimos la eternidad, vivir juntos perpetuamente, hicimos señalamientos y compromisos que no cabían en nuestras palabras, así de grandes eran nuestros sentires ¿Si recuerdas todas esas promesas de infancia?, ¡qué absurdo!, lo rápido que pasa el tiempo y lo precoces que fuimos.
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Published on September 23, 2017 16:57 • 12 views
Durriya Kapasi Durriya Kapasi's blog:


Writer’s block is often caused by clashing of our feelings, where the author experiences a creative slowdown. We know what we have to say but we are afraid that it won’t measure up to our expectations or to our readers’ expectations. But hey, writer’s block is better than to give up completely,...

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Published on September 23, 2017 23:48 • 10 views
Debbie McGowan Debbie McGowan's blog:

So…I had a different post planned for Bi Visibility Day, but you know what? There’s been a distinct shortage of bi women (or just ‘not men’, really) in most of the stuff I’ve seen, including my own posts—I’ll hold my hands up to that. Therefore, I’m rounding off the week with Charlie (aka Charlo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 08:41 • 2 views
Joy M. Joy M.'s blog:

Hello People,

Happy Saturday and how's the weather? Cooling down here finally!

I was recently mailed this poem and told it was in one of my mother's books. It was printed out on color paper and it looked as if the poem had been clipped and photocopied onto the paper.  I made this photo art for t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 07:33 • 10 views
Lydia Fazio Theys Lydia Fazio Theys's blog:
I’ve stolen–or let’s say borrowed–the title of this post from a Dorothy Sayers novel. If you haven’t read Dorothey Sayers, lucky you! You have it all ahead of you. And even if mystery is not your thing, you will love…
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Published on September 23, 2017 10:48 • 9 views
Clare  Fisher Clare Fisher's blog:

All the Good Things has been reviewed by Gerard Woodward in The Guardian. He describes it as a ‘sparky and unsettling debut.’ He writes:


The novel’s strength lies in its language, and in the voice of Beth as she narrates her life. It draws us into a living realm of characters and emotions in just...

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Published on September 24, 2017 02:42 • 11 views
Shalah Collins Shalah Collins's blog:
The official book trailer for Rascalville has arrived!�� Shalah Collins��shares lessons of resiliency with young readers through the world of Rascalville.���� ��

���This story can reach across a variety of audiences due to its depth of substance in loss, tragedy, and friendship. At the same, the b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2017 17:00 • 9 views
Jessica  Taylor Jessica Taylor's blog:


Today at 4pm in Berkeley! #moxiegirlsfightback #jennifermathieu #amapforwreckedgirls (at Books Inc. in Berkeley)

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Published on September 23, 2017 15:38 • 10 views
Maya Morrow Maya Morrow's blog:

As a part of my publishing services package, I got an official press release. It looks a lot like the one I made on my own, but that just goes to show how savvy and clever I am. Anyway, according to them, “In addition, the press release for your book was distributed electronically via an online p...

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Published on September 23, 2017 10:09 • 10 views
Deborah Wilde Deborah Wilde's blog:

There is a lot of music in this series, which is probably fitting since Nava grew up dancing and Rohan is an ex-rock star. I thought I’d share it with you. I ended up creating two lists (both found in the extras section on this site). The first one was the original list written after book one, an...

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Published on September 23, 2017 13:35 • 10 views
G.L. Cromarty G.L. Cromarty's blog:

Another great Scifi & Fantasy list if you are looking for some reading inspiration

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Published on September 23, 2017 22:37 • 12 views
Chris Riddell Chris Riddell's blog:


Off into the Wild Wood…

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Published on September 24, 2017 03:39 • 11 views
Elena Barrio Elena Barrio's blog:
Mi cuerpo me odia.
Tiembla con restraso
ante el frío, ante el calor,
ante el placer, ante el miedo.
Mi cuerpo me odia
cuando salimos de este núcleo seguro
y sus paredes silenciosas. 

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Published on September 23, 2017 12:30 • 11 views
Marcus Johanus Marcus Johanus's blog:
  Ist YouTube nur eine Sammelstelle für Filmschnipsel, die junge Frauen beim Schminken zeigen? Können Selfpublisher mit YouTube überhaupt ihre Verkaufszahlen verbessern? Kostet YouTube nicht wertvolle Schreibzeit, die besser in neue Bücher investiert wäre? Mit diesen Fragen beschäftigte wir uns b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 23, 2017 23:56 • 11 views
Humphrey Quinn Humphrey Quinn's blog:
Wilde & Witchy Book 4 is Now Available!~Borrow Free in Kindle Unlimited!
        
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Published on September 16, 2017 09:41 • 1 view
Priya Sharma Priya Sharma's blog:

I still have every record I’ve ever bought, even the embarrassing stuff. I rescued them from a cupboard a few years ago and was relieved to find that none had warped from being stored close to the boiler ( shame, shame on me).

I’m not in the  market for either of these but they are things of grea...

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Published on September 23, 2017 12:33 • 13 views
Anubhav Shrivastava Anubhav Shrivastava's blog:

Staring at myself in the mirror

All filled up with thoughts benign

I reminisced  Irene’s glorious life

And contemplated the journey of mine


Irene was charismatic, he had the following

I wanted to be like him and fit in his shoes

So I started working harder and sweating in the gym

Hoping all thi...

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Published on September 24, 2017 02:00 • 12 views
Marguerite Bennett Marguerite Bennett's blog:

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I love fat cats that get picked up and look kind of alarmed about it as if their magnificent girth could have prevented this sort of injustice

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Published on September 24, 2017 00:00 • 10 views
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