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Brigette Manie – Someone Like You: June 2nd-4th

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Someone Like You: Five Brothers Books (Romance/Inspirational/Literary Fiction) Stacy Williams is bold, confident, and adventurous. One of the best teachers …

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Interview – J.S. Snow, author of The Metal Prodigy Series

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by J.S. Snow, author of Redemption: Book One in the Metal Prodigy Series. Welcome …

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Guest Post: Defining, Reality, Emotionally, And Mentally by Calvin Bland

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Today we are fortunate enough to have a couple of poems from Calvin Bland… enjoy! D.R.E.A.M (Defining,Reality,Emotionally,And Mentally) We live …

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Interview – John Angiulo, author of Meeting a Dream

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by John Angiulo, author of Meeting a Dream, and Soul Sanctuary. Welcome to the …

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Short Story: A New Start from T.O. Munro

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A NEW START Features Kaylan and is an immediate sequel to “The Battle of Bledrag Field“ “I don’t want any …

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Debbie White – The Salty Dog: May 29th

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The Salty Dog (Romance) Libby (a big-city girl) and Luke (the big dreamer) give up the city life to move …

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James Young – After the Scythe

After The Scythe

After the Scythe (Science-Fiction/Post-Apocalyptic/Short Story) “Been spending all my life…living in a prepper’s paradise.” For the people of Newton’s Village, …

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Interview – Richard Milner, author of Vessel of Kali

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Richard Milner, author of Vessel of Kali. Welcome to our Showcase Lounge, Richard. …

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Michelle Medhat – Connected: The Shift

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Take the largest terrorist collective the world has ever seen, and add in the fact that they have their hands …

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Kneel Downe – The Jackport Killer: A Virulent Noir

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The Jackport Killer: A Virulent Noir (Science-Fiction) Welcome to the first Kurt Lobo Case File Welcome to The Endless, Sprawling, …

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Short Story: Do Ya Wanna Funk? by Mark Binmore

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San Francisco 1978: a golden city of freedom, adventure, possibility and disco. There is also the search for love and …

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Ruined? by Duncan Milne

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Ruined? Now it’s ruined – title of a blog by Seth Godin Ruin – title of a song by Cat …

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A.J. Walters – A Constant Attraction

A Constant Attraction

An Constant Attraction (Romance/Erotica) Funny, thrilling, romantic and spellbinding. This sequel to An Acute Attraction, will have you hooked! When …

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Interview – Sheri Powell, author of Pausing with God: A Journey through Menopause

Sheri Powell

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Sheri Powell, author of Pausing with God: A Journey through Menopause. Welcome to …

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Kyle Brown – Hard Work and Miracles

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Hard Work And Miracles: Selections From The Coagula Series And Other Tales (Contemporary Fiction/Short Stories) A collection of stories Information …

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Interview – Author of Apocalypticon, Clayton Smith

Clayton Smith

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Clayton Smith, author of Apocalypticon, and the newly released Pants on Fire. Welcome …

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Guest Post: Indie Pride by Richard Milner

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I recently attended a writer’s conference, which while prompting me to write this post has not done anything but solidify …

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Stevie Kopas – The Breadwinner Trilogy, Books I and II: May 17th – 21st

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The Breadwinner (Horror/Thriller/Science-Fiction) The end of the world is not glamorous. In a matter of days the human race was …

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Orlando Sanchez – Sepia Blue: Rise of the Night

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Sepia Blue: Rise of the Night (Fantasy/Mystery/Thriller) For over one hundred years, Central Park has been a maximum security prison. …

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Review – New Visions by Steven Harris

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It was quite usual for Holmes to be sat by the fire, reading, but it was the tome he held …

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