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Jennifer Laslie Jennifer Laslie's blog:

How to Spell Disaster is LIVE!

How to Spell Disaster went live this morning and I'm beyond ecstatic for you all to finally get your hands on it! It's up for $2.99 or it's FREE on Kindle Unlimited!

Go check it out! How to Spell Disaster

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Published on May 21, 2019 10:57
Anthony Poulton-Smith Anthony Poulton-Smith's blog:

Mauritania Place Names Explained

Having blogged samples of my books on English place names and also examined the etymologies of the nations of the world and their respective capitals I thought it time I cast my net a little wider. As English place names share some links to other tongues it would be interesting to see if any of t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:46
Claire Matturro Claire Matturro's blog:

Sample pages from my new book, PRIVILEGE

Just listed at Amazon this morning, Privilege (Moonshine Cove Publishing May 21, 2019), my new book, which represents a change in pace for me. No, no, I’m not abandoning Florida as a setting (it’s the perfect location for a crime/mystery novel), nor am I abandoning my legal thriller format (must... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:27
Eric Enck Eric Enck's blog:

Rise from the coffin

It's been years...the evil hibernating cozy to the fire.

2019 will bring new beginnings.

The co writer of SNUFF will have his first short story collection released in the fall. And for those of you who enjoyed the Dracula is Bleeding series, the third volume will be released soon as well.

Take care... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:22
Harry Whitewolf Harry Whitewolf's blog:

PRIMORDIAL YOUTH - New Book Out Now!

PRIMORDIAL YOUTH - The Early Poems: '96 - '99PRIMORDIAL YOUTH - The Early Poems: '96 - '99 - OUT NOW!

Poems (and paintings) from the fragile mind of a messed-up young man battling with depression.


This book’s my equivalent of a scratchy-sounding bootleg early-recordings album. I don’t even feel as though I wrote the poems in this book, as the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:22
Tracey Jerald Tracey Jerald's blog:

Free to Live - Teaser 2

#TeaserTuesday
"I don't know where to begin to fix this."

Take your best shot...

Free to Live is coming July 10!

Links in profile or at http://ow.ly/SmSb50u8Rde
● Blogger sign up - http://smarturl.it/FreetoLive_Blogger
● Review team sign up - http://smarturl.it/FreetoLive_Review
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:15
Shira Destinie Jones Shira Destinie Jones's blog:

Reblog: how libraries can and do help people experiencing homelessness, among other ideas… Rethinking How We Discuss the Library — Pages Unbound | Book Reviews & Discussions


When we first started blogging back in 2011, support for libraries was uncontroversial. Bloggers uniformly seemed to appreciate the commitment of libraries to providing equal access, promoting literacy, and serving as a community space for everyone free of charge. Recently, however, appreciat...

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Published on May 21, 2019 10:02
Yasmina Llacer Rojas Yasmina Llacer Rojas's blog:

objeto-77

guadaña.
Me veo y no me veo.
Me encierro y me entierro.
Estoy con Esqueleto:
con él y con el veneno,
matando sueños.
Están todos muertos:
murieron tiempo ha, hace tiempo.
Si no me hallo en el infierno,
me hago uno, me lo invento.
Soledad siempre acompaña.
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Published on May 21, 2019 10:02
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

Let's Jog!!

Abby tries to resist Blake Shaw, but utterly fails.

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2EiB3Lp

Free on Kindle Unlimited!

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Published on May 21, 2019 09:53
Kelsey Quick Kelsey Quick's blog:

A Violet Fire

My debut novel comes out this fall, promising enormous twists on classic tropes. (!!!!)
A Violet Fire

from A Violet Fire Instagram

Is it for you? See below:
Metadata

Audience: YA/NA
Genre(s): Fantasy, Paranormal (VAMPIRES), and a little bit of romance.
Writing Style:First person, present

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Published on May 21, 2019 09:52
Sean O'Hara Sean O'Hara's blog:

A Strange Tale of the 1% in Japan

A few years back I made a stab at teaching myself Japanese. I was making pretty good progress -- I'd memorized a couple hundred kanji and even managed, with the help of a dictionary, to read a few chapters of a manga -- but then, as it has an annoying habit of doing, life got in the way and I fel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 22, 2019 18:48
Helen Claire Helen Claire's blog:

The Perfect Wotsitt Text Translator

Wotsitts have a way with words
In jumbles you have never heard,
In lingos that will make you laugh,
In phrases only you will grasp,
When certified as rumigator
(a perfect Wotsitt text translator)!!

So let them hum and let them blow,
Let them tingle, let them grow,
Step outside your day’s commotion
Read a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 09:19
Bodhi Smith Bodhi Smith's blog:

"sea of flowers" by bodhinku

"when you are one with the special one, love each other so freely, let your love be a moving sea of flowers between the shores of your souls"
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Published on May 21, 2019 09:16
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

Nearly 50 years ago, The New York Times—widely considered America’s paper of record—changed the media industry by creating the first modern Op-Ed page. Since then, their Opinion section has arguably become the most important voice for many public ideas tha

Nearly 50 years ago, The New York Times—widely considered America’s paper of record—changed the media industry by creating the first modern Op-Ed page. Since then, their Opinion section has arguably become the most important voice for many public ideas that enter and change the world. Everyone fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 09:01
Ophelia Rue Ophelia Rue's blog:

Something in the Water Free 5/20-5/24

My book of twisted short stories is free until 5/24.

https://www.amazon.com/Something-Wate...
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:47
Aimee Massey Aimee Massey's blog:

Good News!

Hello, followers!
I'm very excited to announce that yesterday, the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, which is a branch of none other than the august Library of Congress, will be making "Odric the Bold" into an audiobook format, to be available to any of its registe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:38
Mike Thorn Mike Thorn's blog:

Mike Thorn shares his 100 favorite books on Night Worms

Sadie "Mother Horror" Hartmann reached out and asked if I'd like to share my list of 100 favorite books on Night Worms, and I was happy to do so.

Read the full list.
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:37
Sandra L. Rostirolla Sandra L. Rostirolla's blog:

Great American Book Fair

Hi All,

GABfest was fantastic. Along with meeting some brilliant writers, I met new fans and got to see some awesome South Dakota sights: Deadwood, Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse and the unexpected Wonderland Cave.

Rapid City is delightful and one of the cleanest cities I've seen in the US. The Firehous... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:36
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:

May 21, 2019

Tuesday, 21st May -- Gotta say it, gotta say it, can't keep it in, it's bursting out -- I CAN'T STOP IT! The Warriors SWEPT Portland 4-0. I have to say though, the game last night could have gone either way -- amazing, scary, and the Warriors were missing not only Durant and Iguodola but also Cou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:33
Ashley Dufault Ashley Dufault's blog:

Reasons Not to Give Your Book Away for Free

I'm currently on the tail-end of a 5-day book giveaway. It's by far my most successful, yet I still have mixed feelings about it. In fact, I probably won't do one again. I had mixed feelings about doing one to begin with. Free books are generally only a good idea if you have a backlist to push re... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 10:17
Amy Mason Doan Amy Mason Doan's blog:

"Unforgettable" -- Thanks, Bookpage!!

Thrilled that Bookpage included SUMMER HOURS in its Summer Reading list:

“Doan spins an unforgettable tale of old-fashioned romance in this winning novel…A sweet, satisfying love story.”

bpsh

Read the whole review -- and get some great summer reading ideas -- here. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:23
John Broich John Broich's blog:

NYJB review

“[Blood, Oil and the Axis] does an excellent job of interlacing the story of a campaign that plays out like a John le Carré novel, with dashing provocateurs, daring soldiers, and covert operatives all mixed into a brew of Arab nationalism and French dismay at having to repel what they considered... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:20
Dorothy Wiley Dorothy Wiley's blog:

Could you please VOTE for LOVE'S WHISPER May 20 - 26?

Love's Whisper (Wilderness Hearts, #4) by Dorothy Wiley
LOVE'S WHISPER is nominated for the illustrious 2019 RONE Award! RONE is the Romance Novel of Excellence Award given by InD’tale Magazine for the very best book in the indie and small published world! Your vote would be greatly appreciated! Please be sure to let me know in the comments below if... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:18
R. Cyril West R. Cyril West's blog:

Father killed in Afghanistan

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If you would like to read and review my new YA novel "Infamous1" I will send you a FREE copy.

"Infamous 1" is a mix of romance, young anger, and coming of age. And basketball, of course :)

The main character's life takes a nose dive after his father is killed in Afghanistan... and he struggles to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:10
Marishka Grayson Marishka Grayson's blog:

Deartháireacha—a fascinating look at 14th Century Italy

I’ve started to write my latest novel, Deartháireacha, in the dark Fae-Tales series. This one takes place in 14th Century Florence, and I’ll tell you…it’s a real journey. I’m researching everything from transportation to fashion to the foods they ate. I want to give my readers an authentic portra...

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Published on May 21, 2019 08:06
John C. Dalglish John C. Dalglish's blog:

NEW RELEASE

My editor is running behind, and unfortunately, that means the new Jason book release - WEB OF DECEIT - will be delayed. Hopefully not toooo long.
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:04
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