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Eviction Update

Originally posted on Anna Dobritt — Author:
Doing my best to keep my spirits up. Waiting for a bed to free up at the shelter, so I can be assigned a case worker and start getting back on my feet. Being in Limbo like this is very hard on me physically and mentally. Without the…

Copper, the Alchemist, & the Woman in Trousers: Conclusion

Originally posted on Teagan's Books:
99 Things A few days ago I posted a heads-up that Copper, the Alchemist, & the Woman in Trousers would have its concluding episode today. Then I had the “brilliant idea” to use a poll, asking you to vote on which of certain features you’d like to see on the posts…

Ever had days like these??? Part ONE…

October #BookReviews for Magazines @FleetLife

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
October sees the following book reviews featured in Fleet Life. For the online version go to http://www.fleetlife.org.uk. Load the online directory and find the book review on page 38 This month the following authors are featured. The Lavender House Mob by Annie Crux The Slapstyx by Annabelle Franklin Shiri by…

Rosie’s #BookReview Team #RBRT An Unlamented Death by William Savage @penandpension

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review comes from Judith she blogs at http://judithbarrowblog.com/ Judith chose to read and review An Unlamented Death by William Savage I was intrigued by the title and subtitle of the book by William Savage: An Unlamented Death: A Mystery Set in Georgian England (Mysteries of Georgian Norfolk Book…

Laurell Emily Grey — How To Write About Sensuous Nymphs and Raging Hormones

Originally posted on johntuckermustlive:
   LAURELL EMILY GREY ~ Laurell is a stay at home Mom, wife, and good girl but, when she has time for herself, she loves to write sexy paranormal erotic stories! She creates worlds for readers to open up their minds, taking them places where some have only dreamed about. Steamy,…

A Boy, a Girl and a Baby Cthulhu

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Visitors of this blog may remember that today is our anniversary. We went on our first date on October 3rd, 1992, and she’s been suffering life with me ever since. This year we have something special to celebrate. For once, our latest project doesn’t involve books and computers, but a big belly…

#Read about Guest #Author Diamante Lavendar

#Read about Guest #Author Diamante Lavendar

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’m a new writer on the block! I had two novels published last year and am working on having a third published this coming spring. I write fiction, but my books are based on my own life and the lives of those close to me.…

The Halloween Photo Hunt: The Real-World, Social Group, Scavenger Hunt, Version

Originally posted on Renae Rude – The Paranormalist:
2015 Halloween Photo Hunt Most of us have done a regular, item-gathering, scavenger hunt at some point. Such a hunt can be fun, but thanks to the proliferation of the cell phone camera, the classic game can be raised to a whole new level. In a photographic…

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