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Patrick Wanis Patrick Wanis's blog:

That’s Just The Way I Am – Fixed VS Growth Mindset

Carol Dweck, success, attitudes, perceptions, victims, learned helplessness

“That’s Just The Way I Am!” – Fixed VS Growth Mindset


In this week’s Success Newsletter, I would like to reveal the difference between a growth mindset and a fixed mindset, the way your mindset determines your success, and how to change your mindset.

First a quick update:


The Breakup Test

Are you heartb

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Published on October 28, 2020 08:00
Randy Alcorn Randy Alcorn's blog:

When We Disagree, What Are We Really Arguing About?








From Randy: I recently shared on  my blog a message that I recorded for my home church on Romans 14, called When Christians Disagree About Beliefs and Actions. I explained that true love and unity are never achieved at the expense of primary biblical truths. But they are achieved at the

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Published on October 28, 2020 00:00
James  Field James Field's blog:

Sci fi series: Life in the Clouds

Dear friends, if you like a good chuckle, dim-witted heroes, and larger-than-life villains, then you'll love this fascinating series. On Wednesdays and Sundays, I’m blogging nibble-sized chunks of new Life in the Clouds stories. You can check in regularly and read them for free, or wait to buy Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 11:54
Wayne Basta Wayne Basta's blog:

Rogue Review- El Dorado


Want some treasure? How about the ultimate treasure of them all, the golden city of El Dorado?


Gameplay- B+


The goal of the game is to be the first player to reach El Dorado. To do this, you have to travel across difficult terrain on several map boards. The maps are made up of three different type

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Published on October 28, 2020 05:00
Susan Barnett Braun Susan Barnett Braun's blog:

The Screwtape Letters: Review

“The Screwtape Letters” is one of those Christian classics I’ve heard about forever but haven’t yet read. I like C. S. Lewis and know that whenever I read something he’s written, I’m in for a cerebral workout. That’s the case with Screwtape for sure. Maybe this is just a quirk with the kindle editio Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 04:04
Sheryl Steines Sheryl Steines's blog:

Failure, When You Feel It, Keep Moving Forward

Failure Failure is, the lack of success or an unsuccessful person or event. So why am I writing about failure, in the middle of a pandemic. Sometimes I wonder if my life would have felt successful to me if I hadn't tried to achieve my greatest dream, if I hadn't written that first book. Would […]


The

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Published on October 28, 2020 16:56
Scarlett Sanderson Scarlett Sanderson's blog:

#WriterWednesday – My Journey Through Publishing (Part 2)

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In part 2 of this post for #writerwednesday, I’ll continue talking about my publishing journey. If you haven’t read part 1, you can catch up here.


I see a clear divide in my publishing career – before 2014 and after 2014. In August 2014, I was writing for Ellora’s Cave. I was riding

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Published on October 28, 2020 04:44
Judith Post Judith Post's blog:

BLACK CAT

This is the last short story I wrote for October and Halloween this year. Lux has her hands full when she rescues a black cat:





BLACK CAT





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Where did the keys to my yellow Bentley get to?  Probably in the bottom of my purse.  I was digging for them on my way out of the office

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Published on October 28, 2020 23:06
Shereen Rayle Shereen Rayle's blog:

Exploring Egypt from Home

Hey, hey! I'm back with another Destination Date Night. This time we visited the pyramids in Egypt. If you can't travel, you might as well make the best of it. We had a great "view" of the Great Pyramid and the Sphynx.



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Published on October 28, 2020 06:00
Jack B. Rochester Jack B. Rochester's blog:

October Edition of “The Break From HOKAIC”

Editor’s Note: We’d like to welcome back our new monthly feature bywriter, writing coach, and longtime FC barista, Jason Brick. Here’s his October edition of writing news from around the web.





Greetings all! As many of you know, I run a weekly newsletter of useful, fun, or amusing pieces of writi

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Published on October 28, 2020 10:55
Kayelle Allen Kayelle Allen's blog:

#Excerpt Luc needs a solid plan to defeat evil #PietasFans #SciFi #MFRWhooks

#Excerpt Luc needs a solid plan to defeat evil #PietasFans #SciFi #MFRWhooks

A Stolen Heart is science fiction with male/male relationships.

An ex-lover brings his constant drama back into Luc's life, just as Luc's trying to find a safe home for a toddler he has somehow acquired. There's no way the child can become a permanent resident.

Luc has no time for a family

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Published on October 28, 2020 01:40
Marcu Taylor Marcu Taylor's blog:

The Ultimate Guide to Building a Go-To-Market Strategy

It’s a common theme among startups.





Develop an idea. Build a product. Drum up excitement. Then, figure out the marketing as you go.





Yet, according to CB Insights, the number one reason why startups fail (42%) over burnout and even running out of cash, is because they tackle problems that may be intere

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Published on October 28, 2020 01:00
Mike Chapple Mike Chapple's blog:

XDR: The Next Evolution in Endpoint Detection and Response?

There’s a new security solution in town and it’s rapidly gaining traction. As with many security technologies that have come …Continue reading →


The post XDR: The Next Evolution in Endpoint Detection and Response? appeared first on Mike Chapple, CISSP, Ph.D..

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Published on October 28, 2020 13:48
Jonathan Moeller Jonathan Moeller's blog:

The Pulp Writer Show, Episode 51: GHOST IN THE VISION rough draft finished!

Time for another episode of The Pulp Writer Show!


In this episode, I talk about finishing the rough draft of my new book GHOST IN THE VISION.


I also answer reader questions about MALISON, FROSTBORN, and THE GHOSTS.



-JM

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Published on October 28, 2020 05:09
Lauren Scharhag Lauren Scharhag's blog:

October News

Happy October, friends! I'm pleased to share my monthly publication news.  

First and most exciting things first: my poem, "Return," has been nominated by The Wild Word magazine for a 2020 Best of the Net. Many thanks to editor Kusi Okamura for this great honor! 
 
Return

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Published on October 28, 2020 17:34
Vanessa Grant Vanessa Grant's blog:

Making Meaning and Slaying Your Dragons

When I was asked to do this talk several years ago, I decided I would talk about Making Meaning – because as writers I believe that’s what we do. We tell stories about life, about love, and in those stories we send messages we believe are meaningful: Life is Complicated, Love is a Decision, Love … C Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 11:48
Lisa Morton Lisa Morton's blog:

WITCH HUNTS banned from Facebook

And now a few words from my co-author on Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times:

Adventures in Censorship
A blog post by Rocky Wood, 29 May 2013


On Tuesday US time Facebook notified Lisa Morton, Greg Chapman and myself that the Facebook page for our graphic novel, 'Witch Hunts: A Graphic H Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 29, 2013 00:00
Millenia Black Millenia Black's blog:

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Published on November 29, 2016 18:50
Connie Corcoran Wilson Connie Corcoran Wilson's blog:

“The Comeback Trail” Will Leave You Laughing—and That’s Just What We Need!


George Gallo and Josh Posner took an old idea (based on a 1982 film of the same name  by Harry Hurwitz) and tweaked the basic idea of “The Producers” to give us the comedy “The Comeback Trail.” The movie stars Robert DeNiro, Tommy Lee Jones, Zach Braff, Morgan Freeman, Emile Hirsch and there is an u

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Published on October 28, 2020 21:51
Manolis Manolis's blog:

Δημήτρης Τρωαδίτης, Δεν υπάρχει φως στα μάτια

Originally posted on To Koskino:
Αφιερωμένο στον αγωνιζόμενο λαό της Συρίας Δεν υπάρχει φως στα μάτια τρέμουλο στα δάχτυλα τα πουλιά δεν φτερουγίζουν όλα πυρακτωμένα αίμα της καρδιάς λάβα σε ρίζες δέντρων πληγές από πύρινα βέλη ξεραΐλα σε ατέρμονα σχήματα ψυχές ξεριζώνονται σ’ ανασκαλεμένη γη με σύν Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 20:56
Armand Rosamilia Armand Rosamilia's blog:

BOOK REVIEW: The Sea Was Angry by Armand Rosamilia

BOOK REVIEW: The Sea Was Angry by Armand Rosamilia
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Published on October 28, 2020 15:33
Kergan Edwards-Stout Kergan Edwards-Stout's blog:

Fun Podcast!



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Thanks so much to Frank Anthony of the “Let Me Be Frank” podcast for the fun interview!





That morning, I was all set up, with flawless lighting, decor, etc., only to have a workman show up right when we were starting and hammer away at something. I rushed up to a guest room in the hous

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Published on October 28, 2020 07:05
John Rozum John Rozum's blog:

31 Days of Halloween - Day 29

The last of my travel photo posts takes us to Père Lachaise Cemetery covering 110 acres in Paris, France. It truly is a city of the dead and is filled with amazing monuments, crypts and tombs. There are also many notable people buried there. You can find out its incredible history and the names Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 21:00
Isabel Cooper Isabel Cooper's blog:

Bothering People for Democracy: A Log

I’ve been phone slash text banking since sometime in, shit, how even does time work? September? August? Are those months? I think those are months. They sound familiar. Things I have discovered:





Even when you put “just text STOP to unsubscribe” right in the initial message, a lot of people would rath

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Published on October 28, 2020 18:04
Dawn Davenport Dawn Davenport's blog:

Protective Factors That Help Your Child Overcome High ACEs

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) have been in the news often in recent years. Learning about the impact of trauma and adverse childhood experiences on your child’s developing brain might feel overwhelming and troubling when you are parenting a foster or adopted child. But there is good news. The

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Published on October 28, 2020 06:23
Margaret McGaffey Fisk Margaret McGaffey Fisk's blog:

Machine by Elizabeth Bear

When I chose this book, I only expected a fast-paced story with death-defying feats out in the vastness of the universe. A wild adventure filled with paramedics in space, dangerous artificial intelligences, and mysteries to solve. Machine offers all that … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 28, 2020 15:05
Carrie Ann Ryan Carrie Ann Ryan's blog:

Delicate Ink is in Italian!

Delicate Ink is now FREE in KU in Italian! I’m so excited to have Austin and Sierra in Italy!



L’autrice di bestseller del New York Times Carrie Ann Ryan comincia la sua serie mozzafiato sulla Montgomery Ink con uno scapolo finalmente pronto a sistemarsi, e con l’unica donna che non dovrebbe avere.


Uno

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Published on October 28, 2020 13:07
Tonya Kappes Tonya Kappes's blog:

 


Hey, Y'all!

It's here! 

FIRST CLASS KILLER (A Mail Carrier Cozy Mystery Book 5)

It's here! Whoo hooo!! It's fall in Sugar Creek Gap, Kentucky and Bernadette Butler is delivering more than mail right along with the help of the Front Porch Ladies!


*Each book in the series

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Published on September 26, 2020 04:00
Gabbo De La Parra Gabbo De La Parra's blog:

Well, I've been away for a long while, but I'm back.

Well, I've been away for a long while, but I'm back.

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Published on October 02, 2020 09:46
Mandy M. Roth Mandy M. Roth's blog:

Spellcasting Hits the USA TODAY LIST!

Spellcasting with a Chance of Spirits has landed on the USA TODAY bestseller list! Thank you all so much for making this happen!


Release Date: Oct 21, 2020

#111 USAT


BUY LINKS (CLICK HERE)


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Published on October 28, 2020 21:54
Thomas E. Woods Jr. Thomas E. Woods Jr.'s blog:

Ep. 1764 Resistance, the American Way

In the first half of this episode I play the full, extended interview I did for Pete Quinones’ great documentary The Monopoly on Violence. He asked me to discuss state nullification of unconstitutional federal laws, and issues related to that. In the second half of the episode I can’t help adding so

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Published on October 28, 2020 22:11
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