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Mary Catelli Mary Catelli's blog:

interesting. . . .

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Published on July 05, 2020 14:32
E.J.    Powell E.J. Powell's blog:

7th Blog Update 7/5/2020

Hi guys! Hope you all have been doing well.

Wow. So its been a little while since I've last been on in April doing a blog post. So much has happened in the world since then.

Pandemic still underway with a new threat of a second wave rolling around. My heart goes out to all those lives lost and the f Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 20:13
Jo  Brodie Jo Brodie's blog:

Characters

One of the features of the 'Saltbury Chronicles' series has been the wealth of different characters. Apparently creative writing courses recommend that you stick with maybe four main characters, and perhaps twice as many more minor characters. Hummn. I have just been updating my character database a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 19:51
Edwin Wong Edwin Wong's blog:

Edwin Wong Responds to Tony Nardi

As part of the 2020 AGM, the Canadian Association of Theatre Research brings together theatre researchers and practitioners from all over the world to share their ideas in the Articulating Artistic Research Seminar. The group is lead by Bruce Barton (University of Calgary) and Natalia Esling (Univer

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Published on July 05, 2020 19:36
Kathryn  Fletcher Kathryn Fletcher's blog:

The Book of Dragons Book Review & 5 Qualities of a Good Short Story?

I saw this anthology on NetGalley and hello…dragons…so I was all in! The release date on this book is July 7, 2020.





As I read this book, I thought a lot about what I like and don’t like about short stories. This book contained a few I didn’t care for and several that I loved. All were well written,

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Published on July 03, 2020 14:29
Casey  Bell Casey Bell's blog:

Writer to Writer Interviews S1E6

Writer to Writer Interviews
Season 1: Episode 6
Poet to Poet

Leatra Hernandez
https://youtu.be/PeXGLw0VbQk
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Published on July 05, 2020 19:27
Brian Harad Brian Harad's blog:

Series Update

I have decided to pull both books from publication until I can update them, correcting the many mistakes contained within. I have also decided to do a number of changes to both. And while the characters and storyline will not chance, some of the background will. I hope to have them republished in a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 19:10
Darryl Greer Darryl Greer's blog:

A NEW REVIEW FOR "...PASSING THROUGH..."

Just got another positive review for my memoir.

The author’s life story is delightfully revealing. It is not easy to talk about your embarrassing and challenging moments in life but Darryl Greer not only talked about them, he shared them in an entertaining and reflective fashion that readers will sur Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:39
Lily Anton Lily Anton's blog:

Announcement! New Website is LIVE! Join My VIP Reader's List!

My official website is now live! 🥳🥳🥳Considering my readers are usually on tablets or other mobile devices, I was intentional in ensuring a sleek, simple design for ease of use. That is all tied into one important thing:

JOIN MY NEW VIP READER'S NEWSLETTER! Just go to www.lilyantonbooks.com Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:33
Shadelle Amarante Shadelle Amarante's blog:

Hello

Good day everyone. Im so glad to introduce myself. I am shadelle. A self published author new to the writing world. Im here to share my thoughts on different books. Plus connect with people in the writing community. I hope you read my check out my book "Crying Leaves" If you love poetry you may enjo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:32
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

On July 8th at 11AM I'm giving a 30 min #transhumanism talk and Q&A. Many wondeful speakers also are talking! Check it out! https://humanityplus.org/projects/hum...

On July 8th at 11AM I'm giving a 30 min #transhumanism talk and Q&A. Many wondeful speakers also are talking! Check it out! https://humanityplus.org/projects/hum...
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:15
Sela Ordaz Sela Ordaz's blog:

Journey so Far

Hello, everyone!
If you are reading this, thank you. I have recently translated one of my books (El Árbol de las Mil Direcciones, now, The Thousand Routes Tree), I used to write a couple of stories in English and Spanish but completely different in nature, and then I stopped, translated the ones tha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:09
A.L. Norton A.L. Norton's blog:

Memoirs,Super Heroes, Supernatural, Mysteries, Thrillers and More Oh my!

Hello readers!
Its been a while. I have been so busy with writing some new books and working my 5 star promoting business. Thank you to everyone that has been reading "My Nightmare in Georgia, Based on A True Story," and "Mother Should Have Helped Build The Wall, Based on A True Story." When you re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 18:04
Genevieve Cogman Genevieve Cogman's blog:

chop wood, carry water, wear a mask

I’m afraid there isn’t much news: I’m working on book 7 edits (The Dark Archive), and on the first draft of book 8. (There’s a long way to go.) Still healthy, still working from home, still wearing a mask when I go to the shops and washing my hands a lot.


It strikes me that I should probably say this

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Published on July 05, 2020 17:43
Jessica Bakkers Jessica Bakkers's blog:

June Book Reviews

Originally posted on Myths of the Mirror:
If you’re out and about, take a book with you on your wanderings. If you’re stuck at home, here are some reads to while away the time. This month my offering of reviews includes fantasy, historical fiction, poetry, a thriller, a murder mystery, and more. I h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 03:25
Lisa Jensen Lisa Jensen's blog:

RUNAWAYS: CHAPTER 30

Chapter 30: HARLEQUIN FAREWELL The next installment of my novel online, Runaways: A Tale Of Jonkanoo, a sequel to Witch from the Sea
When Jack went to such lengths to explain a thing, Tory knew it was something she was not going to like.
"No one will be expecting a pirate when they engage a player, an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 17:15
Fraterno Dracon Saccis Fraterno Dracon Saccis's blog:

Génesis genocida

El año 2018, Editorial Cthulhu de Perú, publicó su revista Nictofilia, en cuyo cuarto número, dedicado a la poesía grotesca (que pueden leer haciendo click aquí, o al pie de esta entrada); aparecen dos de mis poemas, "Ex Solem In Umbra" (pg. 34) y "Génesis genocida" (pg. 113). Este último aparec Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 16:17
Sherryl D. Hancock Sherryl D. Hancock's blog:

Attention Lesbian Readers

Have you checked out the WeHo Series? Darkness Past is #15 on Amazons' best seller list!
Darkness Past
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Published on July 05, 2020 16:45
Tom Boniface-Webb Tom Boniface-Webb's blog:

Some Thoughts of Oasis...

Ahead of my upcoming book about Oasis, the below occurred to me about their continuing importance to the modern music world.

At 11am on 25th May 2017 some four hundred people gathered in St Ann’s Square outside the municipal town hall in Central Manchester. They were there to hold two minutes silence Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 16:03
Carolyn V. Hamilton Carolyn V. Hamilton's blog:

Should you change all the names, including yours, in your memoir?

Beyond changing the names of the other people in your memoir, you could also change your own name!

In thinking about the impact of publishing your memoir, you may have thought about using a pen name…

Why would you want to do this?

There are a lot of reasons authors use pen names… too many to go into Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 05, 2020 15:53
Adérica Campos Adérica Campos's blog:

Google torna padrão a exclusão de dados a cada 18 meses

O Google tem sido criticado por coletar e reter dados que os usuários nem se dão conta. Há um ano, a empresa disponibilizou controles de exclusão de dados que permitiram que o usuário definisse sua conta Google para apagar o histórico – de toda a atividade na web e de aplicativos e localização – dos

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Published on July 01, 2020 16:25
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