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Kiersten Hall Kiersten Hall's blog:

The JELLYBEANS book has arrived!!!

😜😋😀😊 The JELLYBEANS book has arrived!!!!!!! 🤗🤩😁😎

JELLYBEANS is going 'old-school' and is *only* available in bookstores. 🎈 You will not find JELLYBEANS on Amazon, Kindle, or other e-pubs. 🐒 Share quality time with the little human in your life (ages 0 to 6 years) 🧞♂ Take your little human on a 'ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 14:49
R.K. MacPherson R.K. MacPherson's blog:

The Lunar Gateway is a Mistake

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NASA recently announced plans to construct the Lunar Gateway, which is to serve as a temporary base for operations on the moon and Mars. It’s part of a comprehensive initiative, if you take NASA at its word. It’s even got some spiffy images to back it up.

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Published on June 17, 2019 09:26
Demetra Brodsky Demetra Brodsky's blog:

Happy 1st Book Birthday to DIVE SMACK

I just want to extend my thanks to everyone that read and reviewed DIVE SMACK this year. I'm looking forward to my new book — THE JUNIPER SISTERS coming May 20, 2020 from Tor Teen Macmillan and I hope you'll stick around and join me on that journey. There is talk of a possible title change fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 14:35
Marie D'Abreo Marie D'Abreo's blog:

Beautiful Book Three

My latest graphic novel in the Beautiful series: Beautiful: Game of Crones is out now on Amazon, in paperback and eBook.

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Published on June 19, 2019 14:22
Rebecca Dooley Rebecca Dooley's blog:

Personal Insight

In the past three years, I have successfully completed two books. I have been learning as I go. I feel that I haven’t learned nearly enough about writing and publishing and probably never will. But that’s the point of life, learning as we go.





I have noticed a difference within myself upon completi...

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Published on June 12, 2019 12:31
Nikki Jefford Nikki Jefford's blog:

Mating Games in Audiobook


Narrated by Justine O. Keef



Amazon | Apple | Tantor | audiobooks.com | Google Play | downpour | scribd





Audible: US | UK | DE | FR





Kobo: US | UK | AU | CA | NZ





Summer is heating up! Jordan spurns the match her father pushes her (or one of her sisters) to make with Raider. Easier said than done after s...

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Published on June 19, 2019 14:09
N.N. Light N.N. Light's blog:

Book Heaven Wednesday presents The Contessa's Brooch by @PJMacLayne #cozymystery #bookish #femalesleuth

Title: The Contessa's BroochAuthor: P.J. MacLayneGenre: Mystery-Female SleuthBlurb:A firebug is stalking Oak Grove and internet researcher Harmony Duprie is on the case. It starts as a simple data analysis project for Police Chief Sorenson, but things get personal when the house she renovated is... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 07:00
Camille McCue Camille McCue's blog:

Egg-Citing Crash Helmet Design

 “Learning to apply theoretical principles is much better done when given real problems and hands-on activities in projects” [Shekar, 2014]. As part of a schoolwide evolution towards authentic, project based learning, teaching teams at our school — the Adelson Educational Campus — are reimagining...

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Published on May 26, 2019 10:14
Ann Gaylia O'Barr Ann Gaylia O'Barr's blog:

Where We Go For the Most Important News

My husband and I subscribe to digital versions of a couple of national newspapers, including our closest major metropolitan daily. However, the one we faithfully pull out of the newspaper tube next to our mailbox is our twice weekly local newspaper. This one may be the most important. What did ou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 10:35
Gloria Zachgo Gloria Zachgo's blog:

KDP Countdown Deal

HUSH GIRL : It's Only a Dream HUSH GIRL It's Only a Dream by Gloria Zachgo

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Published on June 19, 2019 13:57
Andy Phelps Andy Phelps's blog:

Now available on Apple Books

Hello world of goodreads!

If you have an iOS device, follow the link to find It Never Ends in the Apple Books store. Don't forget to leave a review, and tell all of your friends!

Be excellent to each other,
Andy

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Published on June 19, 2019 13:42
Cynthia Robinson Young Cynthia Robinson Young's blog:

Georgia Author of the Year Finalist

On June 18, 2019, Cynthia Robinson Young was recognized by the Georgia Writers Association for her book, Migration. She was named Finalist in the chapbook category for Georgia Author of the Year Award.
Nicholas Goodly, Cave Canem fellow, and Migration by Cynthia Robinson Young judge for this category, commented, " These poems spea... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 13:39
Lucian Cordray Lucian Cordray's blog:

Cover Reveal

Pushing our Boundaries 2 : Labor Day.
Coming soon!

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Published on June 19, 2019 13:39
Patricia Stoiber Ott Patricia Stoiber Ott's blog:

When I decided to retire in December of 2018 at the age o...





When I decided to retire in December of 2018 at the age of 62, people asked me, "What are you going to do with yourself?"

I told them, "I'm going to be an author."

Since I was a little girl, growing up in Cedarburg, Wisconsin, I have fantasized about creating stories. So many ideas would fill my he... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 09:51
Shaun Putaine Shaun Putaine's blog:

Review: Chemical [se]X 2: just one more by various authors

One of the great things about reading an anthology is getting to sample the work of authors you may not be familiar with; and perhaps discovering new authors whose work you enjoy. This week I will be reviewing an anthology containing works by thirteen different authors.: Chemical [se]X 2 by Olean... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 13:28
Tyler Patrick Wood Tyler Patrick Wood's blog:

About Then She Was Gone

Then She Was GoneThen She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The premise is tantalizing, nearing but never coming to a point of frustration. I enjoyed it. Clearly written, and rather risky. The "answer" or something near to it kept popping in and out of my brain, but I never grasped it entirely until... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 13:17
Kaitlyn Dunnett Kaitlyn Dunnett's blog:

The Founding of Lenape Hollow

Incorporating the history of a real place into fiction is something I get to do with my "Deadly Edits" series set in the part of New York State where I spent my formative years and where various branches of my family settled a good long time ago.

The fictional village of Lenape Hollow is about to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 13:13
Julie Fortenberry Julie Fortenberry's blog:

Author Illustrator Visits

I'm happy to being taking part in two events at Frostburg State University.
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Published on June 19, 2019 13:06
Christine Sneed Christine Sneed's blog:

Q and A with Elizabeth Crane about her story collection TURF

1. Many of the stories in Turf are what I'd call satire with a heart - there's a sympathetic sensibility behind the critique of our culture that is seen in stories such as "Star Babies," "Notes for an Important American Story," and "The Genius Meetings." Do you often begin with an idea and go fro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 12:56
Heather Grothaus Heather Grothaus's blog:

Cover reveal giveaway!

I'm revealing the incredible cover for the first book in my new Sons of Scotland series, THE LAIRD'S VOW, right now on my Facebook author page! Head over and enter to win a great prize! www.facebook.com/HeatherGrothausAuthor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 12:54
E.A.  Green E.A. Green's blog:

YEAR OF THE CICADA

"In Harmony," the Hen House knows exactly how to butter your gossip biscuit.
Year of the Cicada
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Published on June 19, 2019 12:51
Ashley Bogner Ashley Bogner's blog:

Book Review: The Young Elites by Marie Lu

Marie Lu is one of the first authors I think of when I hear “bestselling YA authors”. She’s published multiple series that all, I believe, have been on the New York Times bestseller lists. I see her books everywhere and have many friends who have read many of her series. When I started this blog...

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Published on June 19, 2019 06:00
Aurélien Thomas Aurélien Thomas's blog:

A Vow - A collection of Love Poems

Whoot whoot! My poetry collection is out on Kindle (paperback coming soon!) Why not check it out? Available on Amazon, FREE with Kindle Unlimited ;-)

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Published on June 19, 2019 12:19
Greta Gorsuch Greta Gorsuch's blog:

Free e-book! The Bee Creek Blues

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Published on June 19, 2019 12:18
Hanna Grace Lee Hanna Grace Lee's blog:

Local woman hopes to teach children to love reading and the Lord through her first book.

This is a news article published by my local newspaper.
https://www.sullivan-times.com/news/a...

A Carlisle woman is now a published author after putting out her first children’s book.

Elaine Hardesty, 61, loves books and but did not plan to become an author.

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Published on June 19, 2019 12:16
Kat Caulberg Kat Caulberg's blog:

So close!

Holi cannolis, everyone.

I'm a week or two away from submitting a new manuscript to my publisher. I'm not going to lie, it's going to be scary starting up the whole process again, but I"m hoping that this next book's gonna be a great one.

As I mentioned before, it's a paranormal romance set in mode... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 19, 2019 12:13
Nick Katleman Nick Katleman's blog:

The Art of (Ghost)writing

On the surface, the idea of ghostwriting can seem a bit odd. After all, people typically consider writing to be an expression of one’s personal thoughts and feelings…not a copy of someone else’s voice. But throughout our experiences telling other people’s stories, we’ve discovered how profound gh...

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Published on April 23, 2019 09:10
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