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Biff Mitchell Biff Mitchell's blog:

Episode 6: The Existential Adventures of Crazy Man and the Dog, Sidestepper

Wherein our two hungry and motherless travellers are thoroughly mooned in an extraordinary moment of celestial madness.

To read Episode 6, click here:

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Published on June 04, 2020 14:36
I.C. Cosmos I.C. Cosmos's blog:

One-on-one with Helen

Tall, blond, and effortlessly elegant, Helen has the world at her fingertips. Literally. One wrong move, one slip of a key, and the lives of thousands if not millions will be in peril…





Meet Helen, the protagonist of The Project, in an interview taken shortly before the Project started.


The post On

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Published on June 04, 2020 14:28
Joanna Noor Joanna Noor's blog:

Back in the Saddle!

Hello, my friends, it’s been a while!

Forgive my brief hiatus, but I’m back and raring to go, with a whole heap of new Khymeera titles on the way, starting with a 50,000 word series called “Tales from Old Khymeera” which predates the Karli Talbo “Kock Rider” novels.

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Published on June 04, 2020 14:31
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

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Published on June 04, 2020 14:28
R.J. Hore R.J. Hore's blog:

Alex in Wanderland - A Standalone Tale

“Alex” hit the shelves in 2015. Other than the fact I wanted to write something completely different from the medieval-style fantasies I’d been working on up until that time I have no idea where this plot sprang from. The title comes from the names of the two main characters, a modern married couple Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 14:23
Michael Selden Michael Selden's blog:

Radio Show Interview

Radio Show Interview





The Authors Show (see linked in) will be broadcasting an interview about one of my books :The Boy Who Ran (Middle Grade novel set in the mid-archaic period in N. America—4000BC) on June 9th, all day.





“The Boy Who Ran” won the IPPY gold medal for juvenile fiction in 2014, and a Moo

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Published on June 04, 2020 14:11
Nicole Pyland Nicole Pyland's blog:

F/F Fiction Crossword Challenge!

#LesFic #WLW   My book “This Above All,” from the San Francisco Series, is featured in this week’s F/F Fiction Crossword Challenge by @JaeFiction   Don’t miss out on the opportunity to win some cool prizes!   See the details here: https://jae-fiction.com/books-with-pa...


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Published on June 04, 2020 14:16
Randy Rush Randy Rush's blog:

Randy makes front page of the National Post

Randy’s interview with writer Joseph Brean was featured on the front page of the National Post on Saturday, May 23.





“Rush’s origin story as a lottery winner superhero seeking vengeance on fraudsters began soon after his win.”

Joseph Brean




In it Brean and Rush discuss what it was like winning the $50 m

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Published on May 23, 2020 08:39
Charles A. Rhodus Charles A. Rhodus's blog:

Bible Faasting

If you do not pray, you will not stay.
If you do not fast, you will not last.
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Published on June 04, 2020 14:08
F.F. Burwick F.F. Burwick's blog:

Joining with Ebert again

"Do you think they will go and check there when we go to that Supernatural Promotions building?" Dan asked Rodston when they left the pricinct.

"I didn't think they would. But even if they do, we will only look around outside the building. If that Mr. Endemort did not remain inside, hiding, there mus Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 14:04
Jonathan Carreau Jonathan Carreau's blog:

Lots of project update information

Do you remember me saying that I was writing a sci-fi series inspired by JRPGs that I like? It’s been canceled. Now that I cut off the head, here’s some more information.

I had spent several years on the JRPG concept. I had a setting. I had characters. I had character interactions. I even attempted s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:58
Cathryn Parry Cathryn Parry's blog:

June 2020 Update

Hello Readers!

What's New This Summer/Fall: Two reissues of my contemporary romances, available now:

Out of His League: A Boston Baseball Romance Out of His League A Boston Baseball Romance by Cathryn Parry




Falling for the Pitcher: A Sweet and Clean Baseball Romance Falling for the Pitcher by Cathryn Parry
(Note: the "clean romance" version of Out of His League).



Available September 2020:

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Published on June 04, 2020 13:54
François Vigneault François Vigneault's blog:

Know Justice, Know Peace

Rights are Not Always Law & Laws are Not Always Right



“We should never forget that everything Adolf Hitler did in Germany was ‘legal’ and everything the Hungarian freedom fighters did in Hungary was ‘illegal.’”

—Martin Luther King, Jr., “Letter from a Birmingham Jail”




These are extraordinary times we are living in. My home country is convulsing in a su

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Published on June 04, 2020 08:28
Stephen   Johnson Stephen Johnson's blog:

Tugga's Mob author fesses up to the weirdest thing he's ever written June 04, 2020 • Stephen Johnson

June 04, 2020 • Stephen Johnson

My first murder.

Thinking of sneaky ways to kill, without being caught, was a weird experience for a television news and sports producer. During my career, I encountered a few candidates for justifiable homicide – TV executives, politicians, businessmen – but no thought Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:40
Ray Hollar-Gregory Ray Hollar-Gregory's blog:

A Fun Age Review

I saw Kiley Reid's book promotion on Trevor Noah and it peaked my interest. First, the book is structurally sound, there is a a wealth of professional input from the numerous acknowledgements mentioned at the end. I applaud the quality review from a major publishing house. However, I am constantly d Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:33
Lauren Runow Lauren Runow's blog:

Layover Lover is LIVE!

Layover Lover is now available on KindleUnlimited!!!

"Drawn in by the sizzling chemistry, palpable personalities, and relatable struggles, Jeannine Colette and Lauren Runow deliver a lovely second chance love story that simply warmed our hearts."-MarvelUsReads

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Published on June 04, 2020 13:25
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

response from Yellow Mama

i heard back from Cindy at Yellow Mama on my poetry submission from last month. my poems "going through the motions", "a soft landing" and "the shotgun still rests in the corner" have been accepted for publication in issue #83 (Dec. 15th) of Yellow Mama.
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:22
Kyle McCurry Kyle McCurry's blog:

On the Name Adroegen

The other day I had a revelation of sorts, though perhaps revelation might be a strong word to describe it. It was regarding the name of the main character in my story, Adroegen, and in particular, the name’s meaning.

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Published on June 04, 2020 13:22
Larry  O'Brien Larry O'Brien's blog:

Longer Orange 30 SLA Printer Assembly & Initial Impressions

Orange 30 Initial Impressions and First Print

I received my Orange 30 in a well-packed box via DHL. My box did not contain a manual, which I think might be an indication that it was among the first few hundred printers shipped. (It did, however, have a USB with what would apparently have been the pri

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Published on October 07, 2019 19:00
Scott Coon Scott Coon's blog:

My Life My Books My Escape Interview

DJ interviews me for…

My Life My Books My Escape

Check it out!

https://mylifemybooksmyescape.wordpre...
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:16
D.M. Kirtaime D.M. Kirtaime's blog:

Reading SciFi

Readingscifi.com is now promting "The Perennial Migration" - Check it out!
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:09
Derek Beaugarde Derek Beaugarde's blog:

We Are Mars by Cheryl Lawson

We Are Mars (The Rubicon Saga #1) We Are Mars by Cheryl Lawson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



We Are Mars (The Rubicon Saga #1) by Cheryl Lawson
This is the first book in the Rubicon series set on Mars in the 22nd century. It is well constructed and a fast-paced read, with believable characters. I enjoyed it, although, the conclusion could have been a bit more climactic. It has obvious Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:04
Susan Stoker Susan Stoker's blog:

Deep Breath.

Deep Breath.
This has been a hard week.
COVID, racism, uncertainty, protests, fear...
I'm not a very political person. Partly because I get frustrated that there's not much I can do about what's happening. That might be selfish, or ignorant, or maybe even a bit of both. I've made bad decisions in my l Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 12:59
Derek Niven Derek Niven's blog:

We Are Mars by Cheryl Lawson

We Are Mars (The Rubicon Saga #1) We Are Mars by Cheryl Lawson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars



We Are Mars (The Rubicon Saga #1) by Cheryl Lawson
This is the first book in the Rubicon series set on Mars in the 22nd century. It is well constructed and a fast-paced read, with believable characters. I enjoyed it, although, the conclusion could have been a bit more climactic. It has obvious Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 12:56
Melanie Dellas Melanie Dellas's blog:

The History Behind St. Valentine's Day

Sacrifices, whips and blood ... oh my!


Everyone knows Valentine’s Day is celebrated in the United States on February 14 with candy, cards and flowers. But before this holiday was commercialized, it was based on something more. The day we call Valentine’s Day is named after a Christian martyr d

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Published on June 04, 2020 12:39
Elizabeth S.  Eiler Elizabeth S. Eiler's blog:

George Floyd: A Legacy of Hope

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The extraordinariness of ordinary people is a vehicle for raising humanity at this beginning of the new age. George Floyd is remembered today for the man that he was, a beloved family member, friend, colleague, and American.

His murder was a flashpoint for centuries of racism, brutality, and otheriz Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 04, 2020 13:10
Hannah Kaye Hannah Kaye's blog:

Thyme and Tide

I’m making stew tonight.


It’s cold and blustery outside. December up here means the sun is already mostly gone as early as 3:30 in the afternoon. The wind howls around the house and one morning last week I woke up to see a troop of very confused ducks waddling about on top of the lake, which had froz

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Published on December 06, 2017 12:20
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