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Susan M. Maithya Susan M. Maithya's blog:

New Book Release

My fourth book is out!!!

Struffel Discovers: Struffel Goes Fishing • Struffel's Surprise

Have a copy yet?
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Published on March 25, 2019 13:53
A.E. Chandler A.E. Chandler's blog:

Maximilian-Style Armour

https://youtu.be/SWdEz4pwL1c

Behind the scenes at the Glenbow Museum. Having recently recatalogued this Maximilian-style composite harness, I wanted to share some of the findings. The harness is a replica, with some genuine 16th century plates used to save on labour.

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Published on March 25, 2019 13:49
Xenia Tran Xenia Tran's blog:

Haiku: Swallow Song

forgotten shellshidden between dunes and skya swallow sings © Xenia Tran Wishing you all a very happy Monday and a wonderful new week, with love from Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx Photographs by Xenia Tran, edited in lr. Camera: Panasonic Lumix FZ200, Settings: f/2.8 – 1/800 s – ISO 160, f/2.8 – 1/1... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 09:51
A.L. Norton A.L. Norton's blog:

New release and Some other Good Stuff!

Hello readers!
I hope your Monday is treating you well. I just wanted to remind you that my new book (re-write) "Why Moms and Wives Lose Their Minds!", a comedy for all you moms out there, is now available in paperback. It is on sale right now for .99 cents for a limited time, so hurry and get yo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 13:37
Adrian Meredith Adrian Meredith's blog:

Anthology vs Collection

My first two releases were anthologies, while my third was a collection, so I thought to look quickly at the differences between the two.

First off, at least in these cases, my anthologies sold significantly less copies than my solo release. Maybe my solo release was better quality, but maybe it w... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 13:33
Maegan M. Simpson Maegan M. Simpson's blog:

The Forest’s Queen

Hello hello!





Welp. This winter is officially the most snow-packed that I can remember. Every weekend it snows again! Every. Single. Weekend. It’s so beautiful, but can’t a winter-weary girl get some kind of relief? I want flowers! And temperatures above zero!





“You have the look of the lost ones…”



An...

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Published on March 03, 2019 17:37
Greig Beck Greig Beck's blog:

FOSSIL Giveaway!

FOSSIL Giveaway!

Thank you for making The FOSSIL novella the No.1 book in Time Travel in Australia and top 5 everywhere else in the world.

Jump over to my Facebook Page for details - drawn Sun 31st March.

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Published on March 25, 2019 13:17
Betsy Flak Betsy Flak's blog:

Seven free young adult paranormal and urban fantasy books to try

It's that time again: time for more free books!

We're back to my wheelhouse: teen and young adult paranormal and urban fantasy. Here are my favorite seven (one of my lucky numbers) free books I found in Amazon's "Teen & Young Adult Paranormal & Urban Fantasy eBooks" category. Every single... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 13:07
Ivona Walker Ivona Walker's blog:

Climbing out a slump

*just some thoughts about the past few days*

The last several days seem to have just... disappeared. Between working at B&N and doing that whole family thing with my daughter getting sick, time to write and do my creative things slipped away. It happens sometimes, especially when I hit a bit o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 12:55
Terry   Lloyd Terry Lloyd's blog:

What Do You See?

What do you see?

Apart from the above blank line, your perception could differ vastly from that of mine. Art appreciation is an individual process and that is for certain. What can excite some minds can perplex others, art is a controversial medium but a deeper knowledge of the scope of any visual... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 12:53
Mireille Pasos Mireille Pasos's blog:

Benjamín (microcuento)

Ella supo que soñaba porque reconoció el día —tres décadas atrás— en que se robó el auto de su padre. Tenía diecisiete años, no tenía permiso de conducir y apenas estaba aprendiendo a hacerlo, pero necesitaba sentir algo, lo que sea.

Benjamín, su hermano de ocho años, iba en el asiento del copilot... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 12:50
Allison K. Hymas Allison K. Hymas's blog:

Why Captain Marvel is Important

I said I'd do a post about Captain Marvel today, and I'm going to do it.

 

Warning right now: this is not a review, and it will have plot spoilers, so if you haven't seen it and don't want spoilers, come back later. If you want a review, my short review is though I have some notes, as a writer, I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 12:42
Elizabeth Moldovan Elizabeth Moldovan's blog:

FREE Ebooks

from heroin to CHRIST: a true storyno terms or conds. Available from 1st April till 5th April, on all devices from amazon
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Published on March 25, 2019 12:11
Trae Stratton Trae Stratton's blog:

ICHIRO

As the baseball season is upon us I feel compelled to comment on some of what I'm hearing on the sports talk shows regarding Ichiro's retirement and the start of the season.

Honestly, I am stunned by a personality like Adam Schein (Schein on Sports on Sirius Radio) going on about the MLB Season st... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 11:58
Don Carlo Don Carlo's blog:

John Bercow



https://twitter.com/tagesschau/status/1085610253922828289

Those of us in America, when bored with our own political crises, like to turn to our friends in Britain and watch  theirs. Quickly becoming an American celebrity and symbol of jolly olde England is the Speaker of the House of Commons, Joh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 16, 2019 07:13
Sharon Kay Penman Sharon Kay Penman's blog:

Not so fortunate as fair

I see glimmers of light at the end of the tunnel, so here I am to do one of my favorite things—chatting about history with my readers. Since I was missing for much of March, I have a lot of catching up to do. The post below is three years old, but I am assuming most of you have the same faulty me... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 11:39
A.S. McDermott A.S. McDermott's blog:

A Transformers movie for kids? Wow, what a concept!

The impossible has happened. Paramount has made a good, maybe even great, Transformers movie!
When the first live-action Tranformers movie was announced around 14 years ago I was hugely excited. After Star Wars, Transformers was my childhood obsession. I loved the toys and Marvel comic, and I hav... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 28, 2019 10:41
Paula Louise Salvador Paula Louise Salvador's blog:

Trygg The Dinosaur gets 4.8 Review

Trygg The Dinosaur by Paula Louise Salvador Trygg the Dinosaur gets a glowing review from IndieReader with a 4.8 out of 5 rating:

Verdict: Author Paula Louise Salvador and illustrator John Bindon earn top marks for creating an imaginative dinosaur story that will tug the hearts of children, parent... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 25, 2019 11:33
Zoltan Istvan Zoltan Istvan's blog:

A selfie right before interviewing with BBC for a radio special about AI, #transhumanism and a possible apocalypse! Fun conversation on the #future!! Humans will evolve and prevail. Will share when out!

A selfie right before interviewing with BBC for a radio special about AI, #transhumanism and a possible apocalypse! Fun conversation on the #future!! Humans will evolve and prevail. Will share when out!

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Published on March 25, 2019 11:32
Arun D. Ellis Arun D. Ellis's blog:

3 FREE books

The books

'Corpalism', Corpalism by Arun D. Ellis
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corpalism-Ar...

'Daydream Believers' Daydream Believers by Arun D. Ellis
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corpalism-II...

&

'Wise Eyed Open' Corpalism III Wise Eyed Open by Arun D Ellis
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corpalism-II...

are free from Amazon for Kindle/PC download until Tuesday 26th March 2019 -

Happy reading

Cheers

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Published on March 25, 2019 11:30
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