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  • Was the new bride honored? by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:18:49 AM
    Writing Chapter Four of, “To Dance with Ugly People - Nmane - Honor the new bride - Becoming a woman. I reflected on Relationships. I married twice. My first HUSBAND had been my only boyfriend in High School and we married at the age of 1... more

  • A Place To Belong by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:16:44 AM
    I wrote Chapter Two of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” - Klama – Puberty Rites – Youthful entry into adolescence, remembering my search for a place to belong. I was thrown out of my home at the age of thirteen. I spent a few years bouncin... more

  • To my friends. by Neil D Ostroff 12/29/2014 10:13:36 AM
    Below is the link to my blog where the first chapter to my latest, AS IT IS IN HEAVEN is up for review. The genre is literary and the sub genre is both suspense and inspirational; though I am not a religious person one bit. Thank you all so much for ... more

  • And breathe....... by Carol M Tetlow 12/29/2014 3:53:38 AM
    It's Monday, at least I think it is and life is returning to normal after the hurly burly of Christmas. Normal routines are re-established, up while it's still dark, muck out the donkeys and ponies, then breakfast and dog walking. It's bitterly cold ... more

  • Superficiality and Avoidance in Texas by Bob Mustin 12/27/2014 6:04:19 AM
    Friendswood, by Rene Steinke There are several things that make a book an absorbing read. First there must be a story, compelling, if you please. The characters must be vivid, representing real, imperfect people. The writer’s diction mu... more

  • Tana French, THE SECRET PLACE by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 12/27/2014 4:39:57 AM
    Tana French and Louise Penny are, in my opinion,the two mystery writers working today who have the most sophisticated literary style. French has even said that she wrote her first novel as literary fiction and was surprised to see it categorized and... more

  • Singin' in the rain by Carol M Tetlow 12/26/2014 5:59:23 AM
    One of my favourite films, so it is only right that I sit down and watch, taking advantage of the ritual Christmas showing. Everytime I watch it, I marvel at the dancing and see something new to make me smile. We had a lovely Christmas and today ... more

  • Win a FREE copy of A Man in Control by Harry E Gilleland 12/25/2014 7:13:41 PM
    My Goodreads giveaway for A Man in Control has five more days to enter.... more

  • An unusual but memorable birthday by Carol M Tetlow 12/23/2014 1:55:05 AM
    Yesterday was my birthday. I am now a proud member of the Ripon Tennis club and have of a recipe book of 365 different soups. To say nothing of the wonky wine glasses, the necklace, the earrings and vouchers for afternoon tea at a local well-known em... more

  • Santa Bagged Stardust Smuggled it Across the Border by Sage Sweetwater 12/22/2014 12:51:54 PM
    Christmas Beard residue Holy #Hack Children my Assinine.... more

  • Using Facebook for marketing! by Bill Ward 12/22/2014 11:21:48 AM
    Like many authors before me, when my first book was published, I decided to create a Facebook page. Over time the ‘Likes’ of my page have grown to about 780. However as my ‘Likes’ have grown the reach for my posts has been rapidly diminishing. This i... more

  • Black Dragon - 5 STAR REVIEW by Richard Turner 12/22/2014 6:23:05 AM
    Twists and turns like a Cussler novel on steroids... more

  • From Bob: The Who What and Where Challenge by Conversations About God 12/22/2014 5:23:25 AM
    Thoughts for Advent...... more

  • The best present by Carol M Tetlow 12/19/2014 5:05:04 AM
    Yesterday I received the most remarkable and in many ways the most thoughtful present I have had for a long time, from a fairly new but none the less very dear friend. Isn't it wonderful when you make new and good friends when you least expect it? b... more

  • The Amnesia Gambit by Brian C. Poole 12/17/2014 7:40:24 AM
    This post originally appeared on thunderalleybcp.com. How memorable is amnesia as a plot device? Go ahead and groan, I’ll wait. Also, spoilers ahead. Amnesia, the loss of memory usually due to trauma, isn’t all that common ... more

  • Tips that Can Do the Trick for your Dissertation by Renee Betrand 12/16/2014 11:05:03 AM
    Dissertation writing is a tedious and tough job but it is mandatory for getting a master’s degree. You will have to write a dissertation on a topic related to your field. You need to dig deep down to find some gems of information hidden inside loads ... more

  • A cautionary tale by Carol M Tetlow 12/16/2014 6:07:48 AM
    I'm taking a break from wrapping up presents. I am scarily well organised this year but there is a definite satisfaction to be gained by seeing things get done. The real message for this blog is not to give you advice on how to wrap up a present ... more

  • Birth of a Book by Neil D Ostroff 12/15/2014 10:30:07 AM
    Finishing a new book is like giving birth to a child (yeah, I know this analogy has been done to death). And as I finish my latest, I’m feeling especially proud of my newest child. Not only for the accomplishment of finishing my twelfth book but beca... more

  • Superman Unchained by Brian C. Poole 12/15/2014 7:43:19 AM
    This post originally appeared on thunderalleybcp.com. Superman Unchained was supposed to be THE event comic book of 2013. Superman Unchained boasted a blue chip creative team in writer Scott Snyder, artists Jim Lee and Scott William... more

  • HELLO! by Clarence Prince 12/15/2014 6:47:32 AM
    Hello: I just want let you all know that as from today I will be finished here; but I may return again someday. Nonetheless, thanks to AuthorsDen.com for the years that I’ve spent here. And, to all my readers and friends: thank you ... more

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