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Gigi Sedlmayer Gigi Sedlmayer's blog:

CHRISTMAS SALE

IT'S THAT TIME OF YEAR - CHRISTMAS and these unusual series is just right for you or for your loved ones. Each book is reduced to only .99c.
A thrilling, magical fantasy! A series full of adventures! Heartwarming and uplifting, for all ages. Come and ride with Matica into the most magical and dan... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:47
Damien Hanson Damien Hanson's blog:

We all start somewhere

Welcome to the year 2019 in which many of us have picked up writing yet few of us know how to get those books out in front of people's eyes. It is an adventure not in trickery and profiteering, but instead in the simple edging aside of useless and often false or hyperbolized media bits that are u... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:30
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

check your mailboxes soon...

so i was up to four in the morning figuring out who i was going to send Christmas cards to this year. i got everything mailed out this afternoon. i figure in the next few days or so, they should start arriving. now, all i need to do is wrap gifts and all my Christmas shit is done as far as i'm co... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:26
Holly Karlsson Holly Karlsson's blog:

At the Dark Lady's Gate - a Flash Fiction Story

Rhian searches for her missing brother. Read At the Dark Lady’s Gate, a new fantasy flash fiction story for this week’s Prediction challenge.

Here's an excerpt:

Their intercourse was brief, the figures’ flashing hands and veiled faces making it impossible for Rhian to understand. Had they decided t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:12
Paula Cappa Paula Cappa's blog:

Ye Olde Christmas Grace, Washington Irving

Looking for an inspiring Christmas story? Are you a Washington Irving fan? Come to Ye Olde Christmas Grace at Reading Fiction Blog.

https://paulacappa.wordpress.com/2019...





Old Christmas: From the Sketch Book
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:09
Laura A. Barnes Laura A. Barnes's blog:

New Release - I Shall Love the Earl

I Shall Love the Earl (Tricking the Scoundrels #3) by Laura A. Barnes
New Release - I Shall Love the Earl (Tricking the Scoundrels #3)

How many times must a gentleman ruin a lady before he offers for her hand....


She waited for the temptation held in his gaze. He refused to give into his desire to court her. Can a ruination of a lady lead toward a love to last a li...
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:05
Mark  Reece Mark Reece's blog:

Review- Lolly Willowes

Lolly Willowes Lolly Willowes by Sylvia Townsend Warner

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


The protagonist of this novel- Laura Willowes- moves in with her brother and his wife after the death of her father. She picks up the nickname 'Lolly', and the loss of her real name seems to mirror the loss of her independence. Howe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 15:01
Amber Anthony Amber Anthony's blog:

ARC available at BOOKSPROUT

Yes, indeed. In exchange for a honest review, we would like to make a copy of Roman's Rules available to six people.

Booksprout ARC

We welcome Bloggers or interested Readers to contact us here if you would like to read and review any of our books.

Have a merry holiday season-

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Published on December 10, 2019 14:58
Giselle K. Jakobs Giselle K. Jakobs's blog:

Bella in the Wych Elm - The Van Raalte Connection


Wilfred Byford-Jones - summer 1945 (courtesy of Pete Merrill - from dust jacket of one of Byford-Jones' books) Wilfred Byford-Jones - summer 1945
(courtesy of Pete Merrill - from dust
jacket of one of Byford-Jones' books)In the mid-1950s, after "Anna of Claverley" wrote her cryptic letter to journalist Wilfred Byford-Jones, the police were able to track down and interview the letter writer, one Una Abel M... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 06, 2019 00:30
Maetreyii Ma Nolan Maetreyii Ma Nolan's blog:

The Qualities of Dharma

In order to truly follow dharma, four qualities need to be cultivated. They are Vistara or the expansiveness of vision; Rasa, flow, to be saturated with blissful awareness and movement towards your eternal essence; Seva, service, and Tatsthiti, divine union, wholeness.

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Published on December 10, 2019 14:39
Licia Flynn Licia Flynn's blog:

"Two Deaths," by Kim Philley

Two Deathsby Kim Philley is a moody thriller about an American journalist traversing the backroads of Cambodia. It focuses on her complex relationship with Jonathan, a Nigerian soccer player, and the bureaucratic challenges he faces while seeking to relocate to Australia.

The protagonist is a wo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 08, 2019 11:52
Zita Steele Zita Steele's blog:

More of my Photos & Work..

To read more of my journalism articles, feel free to visit my Muck Rack portfolio (which is consistently updated) here: https://muckrack.com/zita-fletcher/po...

To view and purchase my photography for commercial & editorial use, please visit my Shutterstock portfolio, which is also freshly up... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 14:31
Scott Floyd Scott Floyd's blog:

Marketing

I think I'm a pretty good writer. The few people who have read my work say they honestly enjoy it. Key phrase here is 'few people'. It seems a self published author must also know how to be his own pitchman, market strategist, and advertiser.

I used to naively think that as long as I wrote a good... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 14:28
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:

December 10, 2019

Tuesday, 10th December -- thank you for posting all your amazing Christmas tree photos -- more, please -- families and pets included, maybe you swilling down some spiked egg nog while playing charades would be fun.
All goes well here in Sausalito-land -- cloudy, rainy (which is GREAT, we need lots... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 14:10
Frank P. Ryan Frank P. Ryan's blog:

Starve Acre

I'm currently reading Andrew Hurley's new book, Starve Acre, and very much enjoying it. I loved his "The Loney". We come from very similar backgrounds, which perhaps helps me understand where he is coming from.

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Published on December 10, 2019 14:01
Zach Fortier Zach Fortier's blog:

Baroota audio giveaway

I have free audio book copies of Baroota: The Hunting Ground available to anyone who would like one. Give them as gifts or listen to the book yourself. Message me if you would like one. Z
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:38
Deborah Legg Deborah Legg's blog:

Book Excerpt

If you would like to listen to an excerpt from my memoir please click on the link or copy and paste the link to your url.

https://youtu.be/rKI1FeTUOAg
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:36
Brianna  Rush Brianna Rush's blog:

How INTENTivity Came to Be

The following is an excerpt of the preface from my upcoming book, INTENTivity. After nine years of working for one company, shockingly, they laid me off. I was to gather my things and leave immediately. Whoa! No “thank you for your good service and loyalty to the company all these years.” No, “it... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 21, 2019 07:10
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

In NYC today I had a good meeting with editors at IEEE Spectrum Magazine, including Executive Editor Glenn Zorpette, pictured here. I hope to be writing something for them soon! #UpgradingAmerica #Zoltan2020 www.zoltan2020.com

In NYC today I had a good meeting with editors at IEEE Spectrum Magazine, including Executive Editor Glenn Zorpette, pictured here. I hope to be writing something for them soon! #UpgradingAmerica #Zoltan2020 www.zoltan2020.com

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Published on December 10, 2019 13:33
Peter La Chapelle Peter La Chapelle's blog:

My Review of Ken Burns' Country Music

Ken Burns’s PBS documentary series Country Music predictably drew both criticism and praise from reviewers. But, for the community of schola
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:20
Nicholas E. Brink Nicholas E. Brink's blog:

Science of the Sacred

Book Review – The Science of the Sacred: Bridging Global Indigenous Medicine Systems and Modern Scientific Principles by Nicole Redvers, N.D., Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books, 2019.
Dr. Nicole Redvers is Dene, a member of the Deninu K’ue Band of Canada and a doctor of naturopathy. She resides... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 10, 2019 13:19
T.J. Dallas T.J. Dallas's blog:

Book Cover Design

Hey! How you doing? Nice to see you, and thank you for visiting!





I’m enjoying this blog and thought I’d share a few of my thoughts and some of the obstacles I had when going through the process of getting my front cover designed! It’s true what they say… The front cover is one of the most importan...

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Published on August 31, 2019 05:18
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