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Matthew J. Pallamary Matthew J. Pallamary's blog:

Jonathan Winters 1982 Santa Barbara Writers Conference

Legendary comic Jonathan Winters was a welcome regular at the annual Santa Barbara Writers Conference and in spite of his massive success as an actor and a comic, Jonathan was a serious writer. He sat in on the humor workshop formerly run by Ian Bernard of Laugh In fame, now run by Ernie Witham and Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 13:45
Ian  Dawson Ian Dawson's blog:

The Road to Midnight House: An Author’s Journey – Part Two

Last week, I talked about the beginning stages of developing Midnight House into the second book in The Field series. This week, I wanted to talk a little more about pre-writing, how I write, and a little about my drafting process.

What’s It All About?

Every book, every film, every TV series, document Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 13:44
Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH Peyman ADL DOUSTI HAGH's blog:

Justice Denied is the Canadian Way

https://padldoustiblog.wordpress.com/...

Do not judge me as you are reading this personal reflection of me about Canada. You did not experience life as I did in Canada. You do not know what it feels like being Iranian, and people judge you base on your ascribed status. People continuously judge me ba Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 13:16
Louise Jelley Louise Jelley's blog:

Mind Map Madness

I have kept my promise to my family and stayed away from my next project until now! I’ve dusted off a planning sheet, which I actually wrote over two years ago, and am making this the basis for my next novel. The novel is totally based around one word, which came to me whilst I […]
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Published on March 07, 2021 10:11
Siena Noble Siena Noble's blog:

Fifty Shades of Grey Revisited Chapter Two: …Or Something

I had the most demoralizing thought when I woke up this morning. I turn 28 this year, which means I’m officially the same age as Christian Grey. Our birthdays are even relatively close. I await my $1,000,000,000 check in the mail.

A few housekeeping things before I start. First, I noticed rather bela

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Published on March 07, 2021 13:07
Laura Steurer Laura Steurer's blog:

Is this thing still on?

Before I get started on what I have to tell you I want to say a full heartfelt Thank You! I am blown away that over eight hundred of you stayed with me and didn't unfollow my Author account. I don't think you know how much that means to me.
***On to the message***
I'm back and I'm writing. After my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 13:04
Beth Worsdell Beth Worsdell's blog:

Beth Worsdell interviews thriller, horror and suspense author, Jim Ody for The Witty Writers Show.

Do you love psychological thrillers?

Then don't miss Beth Worsdell's interview with Author, Jim Ody.
We will be chatting about Jim's new releases, 'Little Miss Evil', 'The Crazy Season' and 'Tales From A Coffee Pot'. Plus, what makes Jim tick as an author.

Jim's Bio:
Jim spent 10 years writing music re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 13:03
William L. Ingram William L. Ingram's blog:

HOW TO BE UNHAPPY!

HOW TO BE UNHAPPY!
Go to a place where you won’t be disturbed. Sit and relax your body and begin to think about yourself. Just sit quietly and think about yourself. Every time your thoughts wander to something else bring them back gently to thinking about you.
*Think about your past. Think about all o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:49
Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day – Lichen mimic katydid (western Ecuador): https://i.pinimg.com/736x/4f/90/aa/4f...
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:43
Pierre Bedard Pierre Bedard's blog:

the nurse & the virus

The Googleplex (today – Mountain View, CA) April 2020

I had just made my way through and around the Googleplex, walking the road straddling the Shoreline Golf Course at a good clip, headed towards the Bay, looking ahead for the random mountain bike I might meet that morning.

The ceiling was low, the A

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Published on December 06, 2020 19:04
Mary Catherine Rolston Mary Catherine Rolston's blog:

Goshawk and Redwing Blackbirds

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Published on March 04, 2021 14:40
Kris Langman Kris Langman's blog:

Book 7: The Engineer of Evil

The Engineer of Evil, the 7th book in my Logic to the Rescue series, is now available on Amazon.
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:23
Mark Stattelman Mark Stattelman's blog:

A Sneak Peek. Is it going to be a Jack the Ripper tale?

I had several other posts lined up, but I’m going to jump this one ahead.

I had sort of abandoned my second book of Science Fiction stories a couple of months back. I was shooting for about twelve stories. I usually like to keep a collection around 43,000 words or so. When I dropped everything, I was

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Published on March 07, 2021 11:24
Harold  Titus Harold Titus's blog:

Crossing the River -- Chapter 9, Section 1

Characters Mentioned

Barker, Lieutenant John – 4th Regiment. Highly critical of superiors

Conant, Colonel William – Charlestown militia commander

Dawes, William – express rider

Devens, Richard – Provincial Congress delegate interrogated by Major Mitchell

Gage, General Thomas – military governor and comma Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:12
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

48/Мы почиваем.

Обвинять бессмысленно, когда оказывается, что обвиняемый спал в момент действия (бездействия), в чем его обвиняют - согласно этому, люди невиновны, и/но, по той же «согласно этому», все похвалы пусты.

В пробуждении есть только любовь - существованием  самодовлеющим, с безусловной принадлежнос

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Published on March 07, 2021 12:05
C.E. Cannery C.E. Cannery's blog:

Thanks for getting my poetry book up to 29th on free list!

Hi folks!

Just thought I'd give a big thank you to all those who helped to get my book, The Moment of Leaflessness, to the top 29th place on the amazon free list for poetry!

:)

Sincerely,

C. E.
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:07
C. Sean McGee C. Sean McGee's blog:

Alkaline

New book underway - 'ALKALINE'

...some men cast shadows, even in the dark
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:06
S. Lee Glick S. Lee Glick's blog:

HAPPY Sunday

I am a Green Bay Packer fan , so I am lost this time of year ..I have spent two hours on the edit of the Joey novel . And it is so much more fun to write than to edit. I must get down to the business of preparing for Joe's arrival. Nick ,I need a slam bang cover !I'll get with you this week. There, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:06
Paul Colt Paul Colt's blog:

True Grit (1969, 2010)

Like a lot of folks, my practice is if I read the book, I skip the movie; and vice versa. When it comes to a Crossing the Chasm story like True Grit or 3:10 to Yuma, I make exceptions. I’d seen both the original film and the remake when I read Charles Portis’ wonderful book. It’s a credit to the aut Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:04
Addison Moore Addison Moore's blog:

Releases this Thursday!


Amazon-> http://bit.ly/Chocolatechipcookieconu...
PRESALE! Chocolate Chip Cookie is on its way! The book is discounted by a dollar so be sure to pick it up before it releases! The mystery surrounding Lottie’s baby is finally revealed. Each book in the series can be read individually so dive on in!
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Published on March 07, 2021 12:03
Mark  Warren Mark Warren's blog:

"Nightwoods" by Charles Frazier

As promised, I am occasionally adding a blog post on some favorite books of mine.

When Charles Frazier’s "Cold Mountain" was published in 1997 it made quite a splash with the public, both popular and literary. Impressive reviews popped up everywhere I looked. Then Hollywood added its stamp of approv Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 11:56
Michael C. Perkins Michael C. Perkins's blog:

Why Evangelicals are suckers for Qanon.

and why it's the ugly return of medieval anti-Semitism 

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/...
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Published on March 07, 2021 11:55
Cheryl   Butler Cheryl Butler's blog:

Warm Up Your Sunday Night...

Day 7 and here's page 7 of A Proclivity to Prurience. If you're easily offended, look away now...

'... would be a little more difficult to disguise. As he thrust brutally, his hands were painfully gentle on her skin and he continued to tease her with his tongue and his lips, arousing her more, but wh Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 07, 2021 11:52
Rob  Hope Rob Hope's blog:

Yo! Newsletter: Alex Tomlinson’s appreciation for birds

Yo! Newsletter: Alex Tomlinson’s appreciation for birds

I’ve only recently stumbled upon the brilliant work of Alex Tomlinson who fittingly works as a graphic designer at the National Audubon Society. Check out this thread of all the wonderful bird-related work Alex has done.

Direct Link ➝

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Published on February 25, 2021 04:52
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