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Cora Reilly Cora Reilly's blog:

I'm so very excited to share my cover with you. This book tore at my heart strings writing it, and I hope it'll tear at yours when you're reading!

Nino Falcone is genius and monster. As the right hand man and brother of the Capo of the Camorra, his lack of feelings is a blessing, not a curse – un... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2018 23:09 • 1 view
Clare Mackintosh Clare Mackintosh's blog:

Every day until Christmas Eve I’ll be introducing you to an author whose debut novel came out this year. Today it’s Daisy McNally. About Daisy McNally   Forty-something mother and PhD student of creative writing dividing time between Oxford and Lymington. I SEE THROUGH YOU was begun on the MA at...

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Published on December 15, 2018 23:00 • 2 views
Pawl Schwartz Pawl Schwartz's blog:


I knew I grew my beard out for a reason. To make my author pic look like a wanted poster in #rdr2 . #literature2018 #literature2028 #horrorbookstagram #horrorbooks #nihilismrevised #indieliterature #bookstagram

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Published on December 15, 2018 22:08 • 3 views
Damien    Black Damien Black's blog:
I now have a dedicated Facebook page for #3 Broken Stone, in which I'll keep you up to speed on developments ahead of release next year:

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I've also got the blurb and cover up here on Goodreads if anyone is interested in taking a peak:

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Published on December 16, 2018 03:12 • 18 views
Katherine Addison Katherine Addison's blog:
Survival PsychologySurvival Psychology by John Leach

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


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This is a dry (occasionally dryly funny) textbook-ish discussion of the psychology of survival. Leach defines all his terms, talks through them carefully, considers all angles. It is the exact opposite of The Survivors Club, in ter... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2018 06:53 • 1 view
Kate I. Foley Kate I. Foley's blog:
I first saw this tag at "It Starts at Midnight," but it originated here. If you're not familiar with the Myers-Briggs Personality test, check it out here and take it for yourself. It's fascinating, and totally accurate. The questions for the tag are here. Here's my MBTI type:




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Published on December 15, 2018 08:31 • 2 views
Sayumi Michishige Sayumi Michishige's blog:
昨日の香港でのイベントの写真ですBIG HONORさん30周年おめでとうございます✨✨✨続きをみる

『著作権保護のため、記事の一部のみ表示されております。』

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Published on December 15, 2018 16:15 • 4 views
Bob Sehlinger Bob Sehlinger's blog:

This week’s SATURDAY SIX takes a look at What We Lost From the Theme Park World in 2018. As theme park fans, we’ve had a lot to be thankful for this year. However, as much as we all loved the Sauce Slinger at Chicken Guy! and Bar 17 Bistro at the top of Universal’s Aventura Hotelit wasn’t all g...

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Published on December 15, 2018 05:55 • 1 view
Jonathan Richard Cring Jonathan Richard Cring's blog:

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Every afternoon from now until Christmas we will be posting sittings from the story, “Jubilators,” for your enjoyment. Good reading and Merry Christmas!


Sitting Seventeen
Park It

“I don’t get it. I really don’t get it.” Christopher was sitting on the bench, trying to reason with Go...

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Published on December 15, 2018 14:02 • 1 view
Jordan Silver Jordan Silver's blog:
Hello butterflies there will be two sales running this week so please read carefully, and don’t forget to share.





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Published on December 15, 2018 14:53 • 3 views
Keith McCleary Keith McCleary's blog:


This is the look on my face I have all the time now because I AM HOLDING MY REAL BOOK IN MY REAL HANDS. Please buy every copy for Xmas that you can spare because the children are our future and you need more pink books in your life. Also research has shown that the intensity of pinkness is slight...

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Published on December 15, 2018 12:48 • 5 views
Henry Lion Oldie Henry Lion Oldie's blog:
В январе и феврале 2019 г. ожидаются очередные спектакли по пьесе Г. Л. Олди "Вторые руки". Подробности по ссылке внизу.
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Открылась продажа билетов на спектакль "Б/У" (по пьесе Генри Лайон Олди "Вторые руки") в Театральном лофте Компас-центр (Москва) на 22 января и 13 февраля в 19.00.
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Published on December 16, 2018 02:24 • 5 views
Anna Butler Anna Butler's blog:

Spells & Stardust


J. Scott Coatsworth has a new queer sci fi/fantasy anthology out: Spells & Stardust. This is Scott’s first anthology – eight sci fi and fantasy shorts that run the gamut from regeneration to redemption:


     The Bear at the Bar: A gay fish out of water tale with a pinch of magic.


     Tight:...

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Published on December 16, 2018 02:00 • 4 views
Charlotte Eriksson Charlotte Eriksson's blog:


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Published on December 14, 2018 11:07 • 2 views
Brad Pauquette Brad Pauquette's blog:

Writing a novel is a monumental task.





Your experience may be something like mine. You have an idea so you sit down to write. The first 10,000, maybe even 20,000 words flow onto the page over a couple of weeks, and then things come up. You finally get back to it a few weeks or a few months later (i...

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Published on December 15, 2018 16:21 • 3 views
Peggy Jaeger Peggy Jaeger's blog:

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Since I’m currently on a blog tour for this book through Goddess Fish, it makes sense today’s little sumthin’ sumthin’ should come from Christmas and Cannolis, no?


Not everyone in the book is Italian/American. Connor’s uncle, Aiden Gilhooly, a son of Ireland, fills this scene...

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Published on December 15, 2018 16:10 • 20 views
Linda Jo Martin Linda Jo Martin's blog:

I’m doing the PopSugar Reading Challenge again in 2019! I won’t start reading the books on this list until January but I’m already choosing books for the 2019 version of the challenge. This is my fourth year doing the PopSugar Reading Challenge. My favorite part is picking out the books. So much...

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Published on December 15, 2018 09:11 • 3 views
Tara Brown Tara Brown's blog:
The royals are back, and they're better than ever.A Royal Pain as been redone, new scenes added and a new edit has been done along with a shiny new cover. It's free for the release weekend!A Royal Affair is LIVE also and on SALE for its release weekend.A Royal Wedding is releasing in about 5 week... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2018 21:36 • 7 views
Betsy Bird Betsy Bird's blog:

Bit of a judgement call, today’s title, don’t you think? What one person might consider “odd” could easily be another’s cup of tea.  It’s important, then, to clarify that I don’t see “odd” as a bad thing at all. Every year peculiar books for kids sneak into the publishing cycle. You see, in gener...

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Published on December 15, 2018 21:00 • 4 views
Al  Stewart Al Stewart's blog:
Festive gifts!

Very excited to announce that Up! Will be available from Saturday 22 Dec, free everywhere except Amazon. It might be showing on the Beaten Track Publishing shop later today. Thank you, Debbie McGowan, for editing at such late notice, and Noah Homes, for the beautiful cover.
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Published on December 16, 2018 01:45 • 8 views
Cardeno C. Cardeno C.'s blog:
Good morning!

I saw an interesting poll being distributed by N.R. Walker the other day. You can find the poll HERE on her Twitter page. (I'm linking this because she encouraged sharing the poll.)

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Published on December 15, 2018 04:30 • 5 views
David  Brooks David Brooks's blog:
The bureaucratic mind has a temporary triumph.
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Published on December 15, 2018 16:00 • 5 views
Chad Schimke Chad Schimke's blog:


Midwinter by Chad Schimke - Claim your FREE e-book just in time for Christmas! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 17, 2018 07:00 • 2 views
Claire Ridgway Claire Ridgway's blog:

It’s the weekend! Time for relaxing/frantic Christmas shopping/panicking/wrapping presents/writing cards/working… (delete as applicable!).

It’s also time for treat number 15! Yes, the Anne Boleyn Files just keeps on giving and it’s all thanks to the generosity of some wonderful authors, historia...

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Published on December 15, 2018 02:17 • 3 views
Ann Voskamp Ann Voskamp's blog:

Happy, happy, happy weekend!

Some real, down in the bones JOY to celebrate today! Links & stories this week 100% guaranteed to make you smile a mile wide & believe like crazy in a Good God redeeming everything — and that there’s love everywhere & for ((you))! 


Serving up only the...

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Published on December 15, 2018 04:48 • 3 views
Vasily Mahanenko Vasily Mahanenko's blog:
True Hero (Champion Is Playing Book #1) LitRPG Series by Anton Emelianov
I want to share with you one interesting story that just came to Amazon.
Imagine… a protagonist that was flung into the future, where he suddenly began to have the devil’s own luck. He is so lucky that local cunning aristocrats, heirs of ancient houses, started to think of him as a true genius.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 16, 2018 00:58 • 5 views
Michael Popek Michael Popek's blog:
 Contest now closed, winner will be announced shortly.



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Published on December 14, 2018 07:29 • 4 views
Александр Александрович Розов Александр Александрович Розов's blog:
"зачем это собственно колонистам? В Антарктиде - допустим докажу что колония реальна и прибыльна. Любая из 11 стран, имеющих официальные территориальные претензии выгонит меня оттуда нахрен, а поселение конфискует. Ну или данью обложит". (c) starlife2099
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Published on December 16, 2018 00:43 • 5 views
Tim Harford Tim Harford's blog:
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It was snowing even in London this week. Surely now it’s time to get serious about Christmas — and who better to give the perfect yuletide advice than an economist? (I also plan to include the best ideas from psychology, and call them “behavioural economics”; this is a proven formula...

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Published on December 15, 2018 05:21 • 4 views
Mary Soderstrom Mary Soderstrom's blog:
Is it going to snow?  Or will the snow all melt? There are many more important questions out there, but these two are high on my mind right now, as they seem to be on the minds of these creatures. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2018 18:08 • 1 view
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:

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Published on December 15, 2018 05:26 • 2 views
Graeme Davis Graeme Davis's blog:

Today, I am showcasing another book I wrote for the Dark Osprey line: Werewolves: A Hunter’s Guide. As always, you can find links to various online retailers on the My Books page.


[image error]This was a companion volume to two previous titles, covering zombies and vampires. In the first, author J...

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Published on December 15, 2018 09:36 • 5 views
Teresa J. Crider Teresa J. Crider's blog:




Goodreads Book Giveaway






Dragon's Epitaph


by Teresa J. Crider




Giveaway ends January 15, 2019.



See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.







Enter Giveaway


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Published on December 16, 2018 00:29 • 4 views
Michelle Diener Michelle Diener's blog:

I’ve got a special guest for Day 15! Veronica Scott is an awesome science fiction romance author, but she’s also a tireless advocate for the SFR genre and writes for numerous blogs and online magazines, promoting and steering readers toward SFR. She’s a gem! The prize for one lucky commenter toda...

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Published on December 15, 2018 01:42 • 4 views
Margaret Roach Margaret Roach's blog:

WHAT REALLY PERPLEXED or downright frustrated gardeners in 2018? I asked that recently on Facebook and elsewhere, harvesting the final [read more…]


The post repotting houseplants (plus blooming favorites), propagating coleus, and more: q&a with ken druse appeared first on A Way To Garden.


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Published on December 15, 2018 07:12 • 5 views
Meredith Schorr Meredith Schorr's blog:

As 2018 comes to a close, I thought I’d post my year in review. I cannot believe how quickly the year flew by, although every year seems to pass quicker than the last. It’s scary, yet it doesn’t stop me from constantly looking forward to something in the future rather than making sure to apprecia...

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Published on December 15, 2018 13:49 • 4 views
Delilah Devlin Delilah Devlin's blog:

If you follow me on social media, you’d know superheroes are my thing. My first superhero crush was Spider-man at age four. In my pre-teens Superman melted my heart, then Gambit stormed into my world during my teenage years. Hello, chère indeed! When the Civil War books came out in the 90’s Capta...

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Published on December 15, 2018 03:49 • 5 views
Robert B. Reich Robert B. Reich's blog:


How to Hold Corporations Accountable

Charles E. Wilson, the CEO of General Motors in the middle part of the last century, reputedly once said that “what was good for our country was good for General Motors, and vice versa.”

The idea was that large corporations had a duty not just to their sharehold...

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Published on December 15, 2018 12:50 • 3 views
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

A federal judge’s ruling that the Affordable Care Act (ACA) violates the U.S. Constitution alarmed healthcare advocates Friday, but left most unconcerned that the judge would succeed in taking away health coverage from 20 million Americans—and only served to bolster the argument for a Medicare fo...

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Published on December 15, 2018 12:54 • 1 view
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