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E.A.  Green E.A. Green's blog:

FATHER MAY I

Father's Day is coming.
Don't forget to show the Machine, "and your dad," just how much You Love Him.
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Published on May 23, 2019 19:23
Laura     Long Laura Long's blog:

39 A Terrible Time

An estimated 15 million people in America right now are compulsive hoarders. I got interested in this after watching a YouTube forum on the topic. It's sometimes treated as part of obsessive-compulsive disorder, but really it is a mental illness standalone. And great fodder for a story.39 A Terri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 19:15
Abby  Knox Abby Knox's blog:

I've Got You is LIVE!

I've Got You is Live!

Got grab it for 99 cents or read it with KU!

Sometime you fall hardest when you're not looking for love ...

The author of the stand-alone series of Small Town Bachelor Romances brings readers I've Got You, a story of what happens when love finds a way in through the cracks of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 19:03
Brenda Mohammed Brenda Mohammed's blog:

Interview on Red River Radio hosted by Barbara Ehrentreu

Today I had an interview on Red River Radio hosted by Barbara Ehrentreu.
Barbara is a great host.
Joining us on the show was Shiju H. Pallithazheth Author of Katashi Tales and Founder of Motivational Strips.
Thank you Barbara Ehrentreu for this wonderful interview on your Radio Show. It was lots of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 18:33
Bella Forrest Bella Forrest's blog:

NEW RELEASE!

The final Reaper. The final chance...

Buy your copy of the thrilling penultimate book of Season 9!

Ebook - viewbook.at/ASOV76
Paperback - viewbook.at/ASOV76p

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Published on May 23, 2019 18:30
Scott  Pearce Scott Pearce's blog:

The Bucket

On cold weekends I am haunted by memories of a plastic bucket I once lived with. His name was Eugene and he was from Canada. We were friends but we were never really close. Eugene had some unresolved trust issues from past experiences he never mentioned in enough detail me to help him move forwar... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 18:13
Donnalyn Vojta Donnalyn Vojta's blog:

Quick favor, please?

Hello, book angels!!

My book Hope in Paris! is on ReedsyDiscovery, and the only reviewer so far gave it only 3 stars. The avg. rating on Goodreads for it is 4.3, so if you gave it 4 or more stars, would you mind following this link to simply "upvote" the book? It will only take a couple minutes...... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 18:10
Wm. Mark Simmons Wm. Mark Simmons's blog:

per: Simmons

I'm currently working to bring order out of chaos.

For example, I've been without an actual website since SFF.Net closed its doors. But the new website is now up though incomplete and a work still in progress. Bear with me.

Likewise, my Goodreads Author's Page. Another work in progress.

Other proje... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 17:30
M.L. Rio M.L. Rio's blog:

The Readiness is All

From what I’ve seen on my own and everyone else’s social media, one of the most common questions writers get is how you know when your work is “ready”–ready to show to beta readers, ready to submit to agents, ready to send to the agent you already have, ready to submit to publishers, or ready to...

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Published on May 23, 2019 16:57
Elisabeth Rose Elisabeth Rose's blog:

Where There Is Smoke

The second of my rural romantic suspense stories set in fictional Taylor's Bend, is now available for pre-sale for an August release.
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Published on May 23, 2019 17:03
Damián Furfuro Damián Furfuro's blog:

¿Quién soy?




Estoy atrapado en un desfiladero con altas paredes de roca todo a mi alrededor. El cazador se acerca por el angosto pasillo, escucho sus pesados pasos que golpean el piso como un lento tambor. Miro en todas direcciones pero no encuentro forma de escapar, me aplasto contra la roca, me doy vuelta... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 15:32
Louise Dando-Collins Louise Dando-Collins's blog:

'THE OTHER SIDE OF LILLY"

BLOG 46

CHAPTER 19 cont.......

"I've come all the way by truck from Ballarat," said the rather disheveled looking woman in her sixties, as she hauled in a two by four metre painting, wrapped haphazardly in cardboard. "I've got five more of these in the truck. Parking's not good around here. Is it?... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 16:46
Doug Lewars Doug Lewars's blog:

That Time I Loved You

That Time I Loved YouThat Time I Loved You by Carrianne Leung

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


*** Possible Spoilers ***

I was actually prepared to dislike this book so it came as a surprise to find myself quite enjoying it. I like books, libraries and librarians; however, I generally don't like librarian suggestions. It seems... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 16:41
Rebecca Daff Rebecca Daff's blog:

New Book!

Rail and Tie

It's been a long journey, but my latest novel, RAIL AND TIE, is now available on Kindle!

I'm still kind of having a hard time believing this book is out in the world. I wrote it several years ago but wasn't sure if I'd ever publish it.

It's the story of five people who survive a deadly... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 16:36
Chad Lutzke Chad Lutzke's blog:

Spicy Constellation & Other Recipes

You may or may not know that the paperback version of my new short story collection SPICY CONSTELLATION & OTHER RECIPES is available to patrons only, BUT the Kindle version is now available on Amazon. So, if you're interested in reading it don't forget to add it to your TBR shelf. It helps sp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 16:28
Patti S. Spencer Patti S. Spencer's blog:

Tony Comes Home From Vietnam

It was 1970.  Tony was coming home from Vietnam.  He had been wounded – something to do with the helicopter he was in – the details were discussed in hushed voices.  They didn’t think the casualties of war and brutal injuries were appropriate for a girl’s ears. That was odd to me.  The war in Vie...

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Published on May 20, 2019 07:29
Sherry Lee  Hutchison Sherry Lee Hutchison's blog:

Need Some Help From The Pro's

On updating new book covers and uploading your most recent book. HELP!
Well, I feel like I went to school today and stayed after for overtime. On the one note, I am proud to say I FINALLY got my Chasing The Lights Series books 1, 2 & 3 uploaded with the correct new covers. This has been in lim... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 15:49
Aubrey Law Aubrey Law's blog:

Secrets of Sorcery

I knew to escape the woods in one piece I needed to stay focused and remain ready to kill again. Amelia had taught me spells to suffocate lungs, burst beating hearts, and even boil the blood that flowed through my victim's veins. With a single word I could paralyze a man for a moment or make him... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 17:52
Anthony Wendel Anthony Wendel's blog:

My writing weakness

I love writing. It really helps me to channel my imagination in a direction which makes me feel like my day dreaming is being put to good use. Still, there is one side of writing which I feel is my personal Kryptonite: The Synopsis.

Having to compress an entire novel into two paragraphs is not an... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 15:22
M.D. Neu M.D. Neu's blog:

Top Ten List with Schuyler L'Roux

Wow! It’s Wednesday again Scribblers. This week I’m pleased to have fellow NineStar Author Schuyler L’Roux on my Scribbles Page to do a Top Ten List for his debut series There’s Always Something. This should be a lot of fun, so let’s get started.

The Top 10 Reasons I Wrote the “There’s Always Som...

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Published on May 22, 2019 04:00
Jeremy Maddux Jeremy Maddux's blog:

Obscurity is a blessing

I used to desperately yearn for people to remember me, my name, some random factoid about my personality. Now I realize that obscurity is a blessing. Constantly chasing approval, recognition, understanding... These things never look or feel the way you picture them to. They are fleeting rewards.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:56
Natalie Grigson Natalie Grigson's blog:

Like Constellations

For whatever reason, I have had the life I've had and you, the one you've had. From my first breath on this earth to my first day of kindergarten; the first time I shaved my legs to my first kiss; my first heartache to my first time moving away from home -

- every single moment has perfectly and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:40
Frank P. Ryan Frank P. Ryan's blog:

First self-published book in nine years

My new novel, The Twins of Moon, is my first self-published book since I first published The Snowmelt River through my small press publisher, Swift Publishers, in 2010. Self-publishing is very hard work. If you do, you can compete with and - albeit occasionally - do as well as an established big... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:34
F.F. Burwick F.F. Burwick's blog:

On the Way to Start Carrying the Plan Out

Rodston left with Dan then as Ebert talked with Lenny, Roger, and Terry about what they could say for an emergency that would be reasonable for Dan to run off to see them. They later found out about the events which happened where Rodston and Dan went to.

It was a walk just around the corner from... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:33
Lois McMaster Bujold Lois McMaster Bujold's blog:

Knife Children in audio June 25

I see "Knife Children" has been scheduled by Blackstone-Downpour-Audible for release on June 25. The cover art doesn't show yet, but should pop up in due course.

https://www.downpour.com/knife-childr...

I actually was able to more-or-less audition the narrator this time around, a new experience for... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:32
Natalia Corres Natalia Corres's blog:

New novella out

Just published a novella "The River Takes What You Love" available on amazon at click here for the paperback, also in ebook form on amazon, kobo, apple, barnes and noble... I'm working on some other stories, but would love to hear people's take on this story. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:18
Jonathon McElhaney Jonathon McElhaney's blog:

PRE-ORDER AND COVER REVEAL!

I have been working on a project, a fictional story called The Sight. Today is also the cover reveal for this fantastic story, if I may say so myself. The fantastic minds of Creative Chaos Designs came up with the fantastic cover that I'm about to show you! Go to their Facebook Page and give them... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:04
Joshua E. Bigger Joshua E. Bigger's blog:

Discard your thirst for books,

so that you may not die in bitterness,
but in cheerfulness,
and in truth.

--Marcus Aurelius
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:06
Gareth Otton Gareth Otton's blog:

Sequel Release

It's taken longer than I hoped but it's finally here. My new book, Nightmares, which is the sequel to Proxy, is available on Amazon now - https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/1...
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Published on May 23, 2019 14:01
Betsy Flak Betsy Flak's blog:

Freebie Friday: May 24th, 2019

This week, I've got a free YA novel fans of Pretty Little Liars and The Vampire Diaries will love and a handful of giveaways featuring paranormal romance and paranormal fantasy, dark fantasy, and more!

Check out all the deals at https://www.betsyflak.com/blog/freebi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 13:53
James               Walker James Walker's blog:

Ravishment

More than just a whodunnit. It's 1653 and Lady Jane Tremayne has inherited the Devon estate of her late husband.

When a young woman is raped, as Lady of the Manor she decides to investigate, assisted by her closest friend, Lady Olivia Courtney. Then the stakes are raised when the rapist strikes ag... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 13:42
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