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Wendi Zwaduk Wendi Zwaduk's blog:

Nothing Else Matters by Peri Elizabeth Scott


Nothing Else Matters  by Peri Elizabeth Scott


Claire and Liam had a good thing going until he walks out of her life. Being dumped without warning is devastating enough, discovering she isn’t pregnant leaves her without even a part of him.

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Published on April 18, 2019 21:30
Jennifer Lane Jennifer Lane's blog:

Masquerade Oddly Suited Ball Bloghop: Afternoon at Upshur Estate #MasqueradeOddlySuited #newrelease #shortstory #anthology



Welcome to the Masquerade Oddly Suited Ball Bloghop!

Today I host one of the authors of the upcoming Insecure Writers Support Group anthology, Masquerade: Oddly Suited

I'm keeping my guest anonymous as this is the masked part of the blogshop. Authors will unmask their character on April 30th whe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 21:00
Dean Baker Dean Baker's blog:

Fun Fictions in Economics

Economists pride themselves on being the serious social science, the one most deserving of status as an actual science. I will let others make the comparative assessment, but there is an awful lot of nonsense that passes as serious analysis within economics. For cheap fun, I thought I would use a...

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Published on April 18, 2019 01:00
Polly Toynbee Polly Toynbee's blog:

The Extinction Rebellion protest is inspired. But what comes next? | Polly Toynbee

Climate change protesters echo David Attenborough’s warning, in his new series, that ‘it’s hard to exaggerate the peril we are in’

Day four of Extinction Rebellion, which has been a phenomenal success, as climate protesters occupy four pressure points in Britain’s congested capital. Everything has...

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Published on April 18, 2019 03:42
Neil Pasricha Neil Pasricha's blog:

#522 Dancing by yourself when you’re home alone

Get your groove on strong.


Yes, lock that door, shutter those blinds, and crank that bumping thumping music, baby. Because it’s time to get down with the get down:


• The Microphone. Wooden spoons are ideal but there are good substitutes like toothbrushes, combs, or even a bulky plastic hair dryer....

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Published on April 18, 2019 21:01
Riley Adams Riley Adams's blog:

Tips for Tackling Edits and Revisions


by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig


When I finish writing a book, I follow a particular routine to get it into shape for publication.  In case my process helps anyone else, I thought I’d share it here.


First off, I read the story through once and make small changes as I go.  Small change...

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Published on April 18, 2019 21:02
Susan Wingate Susan Wingate's blog:

Lots Happening at Susan Wingate Writing

We have lots happening on the Susan Wingate Writing front. Between writing, editing, publishing, writing workshops, and my podcast “Dialogue: Between the Lines,” I am a-hoppin’!


Writing

On the writing front, I am well underway with the writing of another novel. This story is a catastrophic event...

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Published on April 18, 2019 12:41
S.J. Reisner S.J. Reisner's blog:

Why I Participate in Magickal Anthologies #Magick

I often get asked why I participate in anthologies (especially certain ones) and while I don’t really owe anyone an explanation at all, I thought I would share three major reasons to answer the question once and for all.

1. To share my ideas with an audience outside my existing audience. These s...

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Published on April 18, 2019 07:26
Mickey Kaus Mickey Kaus's blog:

Is the Mueller Report Damning Enough to Be the Centerpiece of a 2020 Campaign?

How Bernie, Kamala, and the rest can approach this.
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Published on April 18, 2019 18:37
Lois Winston Lois Winston's blog:

BOOK CLUB FRIDAY--GUEST AUTHOR SUSAN CORY ON THE INSPIRATION BEHIND DOPPELGÃNGER

Susan Cory, an award-winning Cambridge architect, is the author of the Iris Reid Mystery Series, featuring Cambridge amateur sleuth Iris Reid. Today she joins us to speak about the inspiration behind the third book in the series. Learn more about Susan and her books at her website.
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Published on April 18, 2019 21:30
Rachel Rappaport Rachel Rappaport's blog:

Gnocchi with Ham, Watercress and Peas



Ingredients:

1 medium onion, cut into half-moon slices
2 1/2 cups cubed ham
5 oz watercress
10 oz fresh, shelled peas
30 oz plain, potato gnocchi
salt
freshly ground black pepper
grated parmesan


Directions:

In a large pan, saute the onion until softened. Add the ham and cook until warmed through. Add the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 21:00
Mihir Bose Mihir Bose's blog:

Mihir Bose responds to a letter about his recent article on the centenary of the killings at Jallianwala Bagh

Letter to The Guardian Zareer Masani (Letters, 16 April) has neither read my article properly nor got his own facts right. In the article (A century on, Amritsar is an atrocity Britain must confront, 13 April), I clearly mentioned that Indians killed five British civilians. What Masani does not m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 18, 2019 02:52
Maria E. Schneider Maria E. Schneider's blog:

Bargain: Fantasy

[image error]Spellsmith and Carver: Magician’s Rivalry A fantasy bargain that sounds good! Hat tip to April for the find.



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Published on April 18, 2019 06:09
Peter Tatchell Peter Tatchell's blog:

Is Ukraine about to elect a comedian as its next president? – podcast

Ukrainians look set to elect Volodymyr Zelenskiy, a comedian and actor with no political experience, as their new president on Sunday. Andrew Roth discusses the events that have taken him to the brink of power. Plus: Peter Tatchell on why the British police should not be providing leadership trai...

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Published on April 18, 2019 19:00
Jacob Weisberg Jacob Weisberg's blog:

Is the Mueller Report Damning Enough to Be the Centerpiece of a 2020 Campaign?

How Bernie, Kamala, and the rest can approach this.
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Published on April 18, 2019 18:37
S.M. Carrière S.M. Carrière's blog:

The Silvering

Good morning, Readers! Picture I got this awesome witch from wallpapersfind.com. Yesterday, on my way home, I was playing with my hair while daydreaming.  Looking down at the strands I noticed something.  Something new.  A single strand of white hair in amongst all the blondes and browns.

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Published on April 18, 2019 06:06
Alissa Grosso Alissa Grosso's blog:

Outlining, Collaborating & Fake Reviews – Watch or Listen to the Latest Episode of Awkward Author
















This week, I’m diving into some outlines moving ahead with a collaboration project and discussing the epidemic of fake Amazon reviews. Here’s the link to that article about Amazon’s fake reviews.


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Published on April 18, 2019 07:14
Hemant Mehta Hemant Mehta's blog:

Ozark (MO) Finally Moves Large Cross to Private Land (After Lowering Its “Arms”)

The city did the right thing... after atheists got involved.
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Published on April 18, 2019 18:00
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

Trump Cracks Down on Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela

CORAL GABLES, Fla. — The Trump administration on Wednesday intensified its crackdown on Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, rolling back Obama administration policy and announcing new restrictions and sanctions against the three countries whose leaders national security adviser John Bolton dubbed the...

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Published on April 18, 2019 05:42
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