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dianne hartsock
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Join Prism Book Alliance® as Hank Edwards goes Outside the Margins today. This summer we've been invited to—and attended—more weddings than is our standard. One of these was a gay wedding, our firs...
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Celebrate the rousing words of Ray Bradbury, born ninety-five years ago on August 22, 1920.
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Anxiety disorders have the ability to infiltrate one’s normal life and make daily tasks extremely difficult to manage.
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Such a touching story, Kai. I really enjoyed it.
Crime does pays and crime costs. “Dogs? Dogs I got.” –Mystic from King of Bad *** Source “Stay!” Wilson yelled. The whirring of helicopter blades approached the field. All sixty of his dogs sat in a circle around th...
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Cute! I'm glad the guy made the right choice here. :)
“C’mon Butterscotch,” Daryl said, clipping the leash onto the puppy’s red collar. It was five a.m. and he was on dog duty. Why had Butterscotch chosen him for the early morning potty shift? She was supposed to be the kids’ re...
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Come see why we write. :)
Why Do We Write? For the 250th post on the blog, I wanted to do something different. I know what you’re thinking. Judging by the title of this article, it’s easy to assume that I meant to explain why all writers do that ...
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Autism often gets portrayed as checklist of deficits. Rather than curb these behaviors, we should enhance abilities.
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My turn at Lightning Quick Reads!
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I now offer both Cover Art & Design services as well as Layout & Formatting for both print books and ebooks. What?! I know! :D Not only can I make you a pretty cover, I can also make the wh...
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Sounds like a great series! Very interesting excerpt. 
Time travel has consequences...especially for love. Okay, so it's a rare thing when my monthly post here on Lightening Quick Reads lines up exactly with my release day for my next novel, TRAVELERS. So I'm sharing a little exc...
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What a nice story! Thanks for sharing it. 
Dog days bring more than summer heat... I awoke to a cold, dreary, rainy Sunday morning, one of those November days when you want to remain tucked in bed. To stave the chill, I grabbed a steaming cup of coffee and then glance...
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Eight-year-old C.J., who identifies as “gender creative,” wearing his favorite skirt. Now that he’s gotten taller, and his skirt shorter, his mother insists on leggings underneath. (Photo: Lori Duron) Before I had kids, I knew exactly how I was going to parent. Then I had kids and had no idea what to do.
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Words of Wonder: 9 Awe-Inspiring Ray Bradbury Quotes
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Celebrate the rousing words of Ray Bradbury, born ninety-five years ago on August 22, 1920.

The Last Days of Summer
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A lone cicada buzzed in the still, hot air, the sun burning into my skin until I swear I could feel the freckles popping out. I didn't care.

Into the Fire: A Super Villain Academy short story by Kai Strand
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Crime does pays and crime costs. “Dogs? Dogs I got.” –Mystic from King of Bad *** Source “Stay!” Wilson yelled. The whirring of helicopter b

The Rules of Time Travel by Meradeth Houston
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Time travel has consequences...especially for love. Okay, so it's a rare thing when my monthly post here on Lightening Quick Reads lines up

He's Still Got It by Meg Gray
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“C’mon Butterscotch,” Daryl said, clipping the leash onto the puppy’s red collar. It was five a.m. and he was on dog duty. Why had Buttersco

The Dog Who Couldn't Wag His Tail
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Dog days bring more than summer heat... I awoke to a cold, dreary, rainy Sunday morning, one of those November days when you want to remain

“Why Do We Write?” 250th Anniversary Multi-Author Special Blog Event
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Why Do We Write? For the 250th post on the blog, I wanted to do something different. I know what you’re thinking. Judging by the title of th

It's a Mad, Mad, Maddie World by Stuart R. West
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When you're young, freedom seems like an impossible goal to achieve. * * * The caterpillar inched its way across the floor. To Maddie’s deli

The Fall by M. Pax
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We are excited to welcome science fiction author, M. Pax to LQR this month. She has graciously shared her exciting interpretation of this mo

The Message by Eric Price
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I feel like I owe an explanation here. When I first agreed to be a part of LQR, and I read the list of topics, I did some quick brainstormin

Free At Last
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The face in the sun, which looks like the man in the moon, grins at me through the window. I burrow deeper under my covers so I won’t see hi

Freedom Has A New Name by Meg Gray
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Shelby’s new found freedom couldn’t have come at a better time… Shelby ducked her head out from behind the park play structure again. It was

Tales From the Field: Olivia's Redemption by Katie L. Carroll
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(See part 1 of this story “Olivia’s Camp Fail” here.) To free yourself from guilt you must forgive yourself. The game is about to start. The

WOW
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As Sam would say: WOW! According to the statistics Blogger keeps for us, THIS post right here is Number 1,000! Now that I've announced that,

Connect 4 Life - LGBT Technology Partnership
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Connect 4 Life is connecting LGBT homeless youth with the technology to make a world of difference.

Midsummer Madness Flash Fiction Blog Hop
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Enjoy this free read as we celebrate Fourth of July and the Right to Marry in the United States~ Life was good. No, life was great. My man a

Campfire Myth Captured
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Where Detective Fraser searches for the answer to an ongoing mystery. Campfire Capture Detective Fraser inserted the recovered card reader,

Isolation by Stuart R. West
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Yeah, I’ve heard all the names, all the mean-spirited put-downs. Let’s see, there’s “Bigfoot.” I suppose my feet are large, but they’re not

Fatrat and the Insidiously Noisy Summer Camp by Suzanne de Montigny
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This month we are beginning a new feature on the Lightning Quick Reads blog-A Guest Author. Each month a guest author will stop by and share