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Traci Ison Schafer Sep 15
Very interesting fact. Bedtime is my favorite time to . It's just me and my book. Nothing else in the whole world exists (outside of what's in those pages, that is). What's your favorite time and/or place to ?
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Jon Winokur 3h
Perhaps I write for no one. Perhaps for the same person children are for when they scrawl their names in the snow. MARGARET ATWOOD
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Jon Winokur 5h
I've always loved science fiction. I think the smartest writers are science fiction writers dealing with major things. WALTER MOSLEY
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Owl and Pussycat 12m
Raw Egg by Author Joe King – Life quickly becomes a blend of fiction and reality for Gregor as he travels in and out of the stories he writes while attempting to win the love of Hannah, a gawky waitress who is immediately repulsed by Gregor's disillusioned reality.
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CBC Books Sep 17
Congratulations to the authors on the 2018 longlist!
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Jon Winokur Sep 16
Writers can treat their mental illnesses every day. KURT VONNEGUT
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marco north 6h
Yes those are coffee-stained pages to edit - this is a messy story in just about every way. “Divorce in the Afternoon” is well over 3,000 words already. If I can keep this up it will be done in about 6 months which would be a real blessing.
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Priya Malhotra Sep 15
Maya meant illusion in Hindu , something she easily fell prey to, & as she stared at the chipped white wall,clouds of pearly shrouds floated to her , inviting her to lie under their calming, embalming covers.
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Barren Magazine Sep 17
Official Issue No.2 Contributor poster. We are blown away grateful to everyone on this formidable list for making this an absolutely incredible work of art. More previews to come. Release on 9/20. ❤️ to all.
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terundu Sep 16
KWALE, 1993. Thunder storms rumbled outside the thatched house of mama Awele as rain heavily pattered down to the old roof and unto the sandy ground. Every family in the small village  👇.
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JE Barnard Sep 15
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SmokeLong Quarterly 23h
Happy Monday everyone! It's issue release day. Enjoy our 'family' issue, up right now for your crazy little eyes to devour.
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Jon Winokur Sep 16
The real hero is always a hero by mistake; he dreams of being an honest coward like everybody else. UMBERTO ECO
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Eleanor Hooker 2h
Lots of lots good reading arrived in the post today! & the new print edition of Southword
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Jan Ruth Author 8h
Contemporary about the darker side of the family dynamic, often blending life in rural with a touch of city business. Fast-paced, realistic, with a sprinkling of dry humour.
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Lisa Lucas Sep 14
PS there are THREE short story collections on this list
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Uvi Poznansky Author Sep 14
Uvi ⚡ Can I fool him—or am I making a fool of myself?
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Dee Lusk Sep 14
Many thx to my beautiful & gentle-hearted , Sweets, for lending her character & name to this story.
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Peter Donnelly - The Reading Desk Sep 14
for "The Dead Ex" by Jane Corry I was held spellbound from the first page to the last by this intricate and devious mystery. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Tara Greaves Sep 17
New: I've interviewed and for my latest post. One of the things she talks about is the importance of social media for writers, do you agree?
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Christina van Deventer 🐾 9h
Hot stuff! Have you read any of Joanna Noor’s Khymeera books yet? Click here to get yours now!
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