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Marni Mann Marni Mann's blog:

Just 6 Weeks Until When Darkness Ends!

There's a little over 6 weeks until When Darkness Ends will be here!

I'm really looking forward to seeing how you like this darker contemporary romance of mine!

Pre-Order your copy today!
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Published on April 16, 2021 17:08
Melissa Ellen Melissa Ellen's blog:

Redeeming Lottie Excerpt

The smell of his masculine cologne filled the cab as he slid into the driver’s seat. His close proximity was as stimulating as it was infuriating. Every molecule within me was drawn to the man. I prayed he’d make it a quick drive home before I exploded with want.

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Published on April 16, 2021 17:01
Kevin Deeny Kevin Deeny's blog:

Humanness

From time to time I write - when the sounds of the day fade and the house grows quiet, I pick up a pen (yes a pen) and I wait for the wheels to turn. The result usually takes the form of an essay. And so...

Humanness

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Published on April 16, 2021 16:53
Fiona Cole Fiona Cole's blog:

Have you picked up Just for a Little While?

💋 AVAILABLE NOW + F R E E in Kindle Unlimited 💋
A Forbidden age-gap romance that will light your kindle on fire.
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Published on April 16, 2021 16:52
T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

Welcome to the Cardinal, Ch. 4

When you return to the main open space of the sex club, you’re less apprehensive than you were before. You wander, coolly eyeing up all the activities taking place around you. There is a low hum of music that enthrals you, a heavy base thumping through your feet. It’s apparent, but not overly loud t

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Published on April 16, 2021 16:34
Elisabeth Rose Elisabeth Rose's blog:

Bargain price for US readers!

Here's a bargain for readers in the US: thrilling Aussie rural romantic suspense.

Where There Is Smoke and A Light In the Dark, the two most recent of my Taylor's Bend stories, are on special until the end of April and are available at all online retailers.
A Light in the Dark (Taylor's Bend, #3) by Elisabeth Rose
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Published on April 16, 2021 16:36
Daniel Clausen Daniel Clausen's blog:

Rich Jacobs Searches for the Meaning of Life (A Short Story)

The morning after his mom died, Rich Jacobs showed up to work early.

First, Rich removed the wet burlap sacks, which had been placed on top of the vegetables the night before. Then, he moved the watermelons, one by one, onto a display at the front of the produce department so that customers would see Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2021 16:19
Timothy     Miller Timothy Miller's blog:

No More Cover-up

  I would like to unveil for you the cover of my second novel due to be released (tentatively) in January of 2022, The Strange Case of the Dutch Painter. I don't want to say too much about it right now. Suffice it to say that Sherlock Holmes investigates the murder of Vincent van Gogh.

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Published on April 16, 2021 13:52
Gail Haris Gail Haris's blog:

Worth A Shot

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Published on April 16, 2021 15:49
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

finally, a little sunshine...

 so, the sun finally decided to come out and play this afternoon. i even had to put on my sunglasses when driving home from mom's appointment this afternoon. her blood pressure numbers still aren't great... but she did enjoy the large frozen coke from Burger King on the way home...


your poet of t

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Published on April 16, 2021 15:42
Brittany  Campbell Brittany Campbell's blog:

Abstract Lust

i fall for daydreams

more than love itself

swept away by the stillness

absentminded relief

sometimes it feels good

to be me

- bc

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Published on April 14, 2021 23:29
W. Ratliff W. Ratliff's blog:

My Return to Reading and a Love of Writing!

Hello, my fellow authors/readers!

I cannot tell you how much joy and pleasure I have received from publishing my very first book, a children's book called "The Band Bully." I am absolutely elated that it has been selling!

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Published on April 16, 2021 15:06
Clarissa Simmens Clarissa Simmens's blog:

FIGHT OR FLIGHT (SONG-IN-PROGRESS)

I wake to agitated daylight
Sympathetic darkness
Disappears like a fallen blanket
Groping for the comfort of softness
Finding nothing but dead air
Now I see
All is bright, harsh, visible
How I long for the night
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Crossroads leading this- and that-a-way
Lead me to the horizon of sight
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Published on April 16, 2021 14:52
Nancy Kay Grace Nancy Kay Grace's blog:

Celebrating the Resurrection

Continue celebrating the Resurrection every day! It’s not a”one and done” deal. Reflect on memories but keep it’s importance in the forefront of your mind. Do you have Easter memories from childhood? I looked forward to the Easter basket with chocolate and jelly beans. We dyed eggs with fizzy tablet Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 06, 2021 02:00
V.S. Kemanis V.S. Kemanis's blog:

War and Peace

War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy Be honest now. Have you read it?

Item on my bucket list: "read War and Peace."

Just got started, but NOT giving up my already busy reading schedule. Here's how: 1% per night, on my Kindle, at bedtime. 100 days, looking at end of July to finish. I'll let you know if I make it.

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Published on April 16, 2021 14:49
Lorenzo Foltran Lorenzo Foltran's blog:

Tempo perso e ritrovato: Lorenzo Foltran

Prime segnalazioni per la mia raccolta di poesie,
il tempo perso in aeroporto (Graphe.it Edizioni).

Dal blog Poesie ricorrenti:

"Assolutamente divertente (e geniale) la seconda parte della raccolta, "Sogni interattivi" incentrata sui giochi che oggi ossessionano le giovanissime generazioni, da Super M Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2021 14:40
Ashley Abbiss Ashley Abbiss's blog:

An up and down week.

It's been a quieter week this week. I had a couple of days in the middle when I wasn't feeling too well. I had some back trouble one day and also seem to have picked up one of the plethora of bugs that are doing the rounds this autumn.

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Published on April 16, 2021 14:34
Elizabeth Chatsworth Elizabeth Chatsworth's blog:

An Interview With Author D.B. Woodling

I’m delighted to chat today with D. B. Woodling is the author of The Immortal Twin, a vampire romance published recently by CamCat Books. Can you tell us a little about your novel’s backstory? Celeste and her twin brother Nick are four years old when orphaned, their parents exsanguinated by rogue va

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Published on April 16, 2021 12:55
Harper Daily Harper Daily's blog:

Who is Harper Daily?

Excellent question – I’m still asking that myself!

A long time ago on a little website called OkCupid I met a boy. Not just any boy, however – a beautiful, thoughtful, considerate, giggling boy who when asked admitted he had no interest in my lovely décolletage but instead felt attracted by my perso

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Published on April 14, 2021 12:13
Natalie Mae Natalie Mae's blog:

Cruelest Mercy eARCs have been updated!

FYI eARCs for THE CRUELEST MERCY have been updated to the correct ending on Netgalley and Edelweiss! You'll need to download the file again to view. You'll know you have the correct ending if the epilogue starts with "My new room overlooks..." (There are also minor changes to the very end of chapter Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2021 14:11
Michael     Elliott Michael Elliott's blog:

‘Live Bullet’ Turns 45

One of the greatest live albums of all time made a superstar out of a Midwestern rock and soul journeyman.

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When great live albums are discussed, At Fillmore East, At Folsom Prison, At Budokan, Live at the Apollo, Live at Leeds, Live at the Village Vanguard, Live at the Star Club, Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Ou

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Published on April 16, 2021 13:39
Persephone Autumn Persephone Autumn's blog:

🖤 FOUR DAYS TO GO! 🖤

Do you love the beach?

Local beaches play a role in Through the Lens and Time Exposure. When I was younger, I frequented beaches more (I live less than 10 miles from Florida's west coast). Now, the beaches are so crowded. But the sunsets (and sunrises, if I head a little east) are beautiful by the wa Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 16, 2021 14:03
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