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Anthony Ryan Anthony Ryan's blog:

A Pilgrimage of Swords – Ebook and Hardcover Pre-order

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My all-new novella, A Pilgrimage of Swords, will be released on September 30th by Subterranean Press. This is the first a series of stories entitled The Seven Swords. The second volume, The Kraken’s Tooth, will be published next year. Full details and description are on the book page...

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Published on September 19, 2019 10:26
Douglas W. Phillips Douglas W. Phillips's blog:

Obtaining the correct Compsci schooling is extremely important.

Studying how to”structure” an essay is among the most crucial abilities you can get, as well as among the most challenging. Writing the best composition may become a nightmare! For the 2nd job I’ve pasted an article structure that is perfect, it is really chosen from the Hong Kong University Pdf...

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Published on September 20, 2019 00:06
Rob Wickings Rob Wickings's blog:

God’s Heartbeat

Do me a favour. Dig out a copy of Be My Baby by The Ronettes.


The ideal would be a 7 inch single but I appreciate for most of you the format and the kit to play it on are either up in a loft or forever out of reach. Streaming services are fine. Look, here, I’ll even do the work for you.



All I’m ask...

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Published on September 19, 2019 11:40
David Kadavy David Kadavy's blog:

Live an Antifragile Life – Love Your Work, Episode 196

antifragile life podcast

We hate to lose. But if we don’t take risks in life, we never win. The more we protect ourselves from loss, the more we stagnate.

Like economist Tyler Cowen told me, if you want to be “dynamic,” you have to develop a thick skin.

I’ve been thinking more and more lately about the importance of...

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Published on September 19, 2019 05:30
Doug Henwood Doug Henwood's blog:

Fresh audio product

Just added to my radio archive (click on date for link):


September 19, 2019 Sam Gindin on the UAW’s strike against GM, and the possibilities for the green repurposing of a plant GM is abandoning • Robin Einhorn on the role of slavery in shaping tax politics in the early US (article here)

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Published on September 19, 2019 13:20
Ian Angus Ian Angus's blog:

Ecosocialist Bookshelf, Sept. 2019, Part 2

We seldom receive enough new books to justify two columns in one month, but our red and green bookshelf is overflowing …

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Published on September 19, 2019 07:15
Donna Huber Donna Huber's blog:

Highland Jewel by May McGoldrick ~ a Review

by MK French


Maisie Murray was used to being overlooked due to her sister's brilliance in medicine and surgery, and she used that to her advantage. She helped to found a women's suffrage group in Edinburgh, modeled after those in other parts of England. The problem was, the Prince Regent and his... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 03:30
Liesel K. Hill Liesel K. Hill's blog:

Free Books, Dragon Excerpts and Chocolate Custard!

How has your week been? Happy National Chocolate Custard Day! One of my favorite things to eat. I make this keto custard at least three times per week. 
 
To be fair, I 1) often make it paleo by using honey or agave to sweeten it. It's SO good with honey. And 2) I know the recipe says it's a drink.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 03, 2019 06:00
Pamela Fagan Hutchins Pamela Fagan Hutchins's blog:

Finally :-)

After 15.5 days of procrastination, I finally started writing SNAKE OIL yesterday at 4:30 pm. I am only 1000 words in so it’s not time to strain my shoulder patting myself on the back, but a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. I had a week’s worth of set backs for moving and re...

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Published on September 19, 2019 10:09
Marcia King-Gamble Marcia King-Gamble's blog:

How Did I Get Here? #scifi #superhero #paranormal #romance

Hi, I'm Pippa Jay, author of sci-fi and supernatural stories to engage your emotions.

Despite fish, a gecko and chickens, my kids asked for a cat. Being a cat person myself, I was okay with having one in principal, but know the costs in reality. 'When I get a job that pays well enough,' I promised... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 00:01
Gianna Kali Gianna Kali's blog:

All there is, is nature. To nature I surrender.

All there is, is nature. To nature I surrender. *** Sometimes being overwhelmed is the only way through. *** We’re all profoundly unique and complex and it’s really, just the lack of understanding that fact alone, that makes western medicine so dangerous for the sensitive among us. We must be met... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 06:44
Kenan Ogan Kenan Ogan's blog:

dağılan evlərin üstündə oturmuşuq, əlimizdə vaxtı keçmiş bir sevgidən arda qalanlar və belimizdə...

dağılan evlərin üstündə oturmuşuq, əlimizdə vaxtı keçmiş bir sevgidən arda qalanlar və belimizdə gözlənilən bütün günlərin ağırlığı. tufan gəlsə yıxa bilməyəcək adamları xəfif bir yel belə dağıtmağa bəs edir bəzən. kəsən yoxdu yolumuzu, getmə deyən də, amma oturub tanış bir ölümü gözləmək daha is...

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Published on September 19, 2019 23:04
Kenneth Atchity Kenneth Atchity's blog:

5 Lessons Hollywood Can Learn from the Surprise Hit "Hustlers"



The popularity of “Hustlers” is poised to send a message to Hollywood: It stars a pack of women of all different ages and ethnicities, deftly handles tricky subject matter, and feels like a bonafide event for audiences. So what can the industry learn from the success of Scafaria’s winner?

1. Wom... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2019 00:00
Jeremy  Dean Jeremy Dean's blog:

This Personality Trait Boosts Happiness (M)

Acting out this personality trait makes people feel happier.


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Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion
The A... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 08:30
Annalise Hulse Annalise Hulse's blog:

The Evangeline Devine Series #1 – “Gifted” – Now only 99p on Amazon!

“Gifted” is now only 99p on Amazon.co.uk and $0.99 on Amazon.com


Download your copy now if you haven’t already read it!


Look out for “Twin”, the second installment of The Evangeline Devine Series, due for release on 31 October 2013.


As always, all reviews, be they good, bad or ugly, are greatly appr...

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Published on September 08, 2013 04:46
R.T. Kendall R.T. Kendall's blog:

TAVR Valve Operation

A month ago Louise and I went to Vanderbilt Medical Clinic for a routine echocardiogram. I was more concerned for her as she had never had such an examination. But, lo and behold, it seems that my Trafecta Valve that was inserted eleven years ago had become defective.





Bottom line: yesterday I had...

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Published on September 19, 2019 16:11
June Collins June Collins's blog:

My Latest and Favorite Review

I seldom post reviews but this one, received on April 4 is my favorite for several reasons. Importantly, it came from an Army Sergeant and even more important, he credits me with making changes to the way the NCO military clubs are now managed. Furthermore, I was unaware that the club system had...

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Published on April 09, 2014 15:08
J.L. Hohler III J.L. Hohler III's blog:

52 Before 62 — #31 Macbeth (1948)

Macbeth-1948-Poster.jpgDirected by Orson Welles

Screenplay by (No Credited Screenwriter) based upon the play by William Shakespeare

Starring Orson Welles, Jeanette Nolan, and Dan O’Herlihy

I don’t know why I bother with Shakespeare anymore.  Yes, I know he’s one of those great writers we have to learn about – or suppos...

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Published on September 19, 2019 15:23
Anna Koprowska-Głowacka Anna Koprowska-Głowacka's blog:

Dzisiaj to SM ma głos

Kochani, przepraszam, ale mój organizm czasem odmawia posłuszeństwa. 
SM boleśnie przypomina o sobie i muszę ograniczać funkcjonowanie. 
Nasilona spastyczność, potworny ból, zmęczenie fizyczne oraz psychiczne, zburzenia czucia i inne dolegliwości z całej palety, jaką funduje stwardnienie rozsian... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 09:20
Kristy Bowen Kristy Bowen's blog:

paper quilling workshop



Next Tuesday night, we'll be teaching a paper quilling workshop in the library as part of our How-To-Tuesday Series.  I've been Pinteresting like mad, and while nothing I make is even half as beautiful/intricate/complicated as these, it should still be some fun experimenting with papery objects... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 18:49
Ana Mardoll Ana Mardoll's blog:

Film Corner: Dragonphoenix

The Dragonphoenix Chronicles

Ok, that last movie was serious and sad, and I want something awful to laugh at. Let's try again. I feel we can't go wrong with DRAGONPHOENIX CHRONICLES, which I was certain we've seen based on the name but I don't recognize the description??

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Published on September 19, 2019 06:00
Brian Tashima Brian Tashima's blog:

Give More 24!

Today is Give More 24! What is that, you ask? Why, it's 24 hours in which you can make a positive difference in the world by donating to any one of the awesome nonprofit organizations based in the Southwest Washington area. "Sounds great," you say, "but which organization should I donate to?" Wel... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 06:24
Adam Yamey Adam Yamey's blog:

Riding the bus without paying

 


There are some advantages to growing older. When our daughter turned 18 and was no longer eligible for reduced price tickets, we reached an age above which our cinema tickets were subject to discount. Our daughter was not amused.


 


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If you are a London resident, you are eligible...

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Published on September 20, 2019 01:16
Rosemary  Harris Rosemary Harris's blog:

What's in Your Rearview?


HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN: A  somewhat thoughtful post today. We all remember Sue Grafton, who, incredibly, died almost two years ago now. We learned a lot from her, of course,  and one of the many things that stays with me is how careful she was about the victims in her stories. She made sure they wer... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 22:30
Karyn Good Karyn Good's blog:

September Thoughts





Cozy sweaters, tea in the evening, cool walks, and falling leaves. Just a short note to ask who else loves fall? Being a writer is a weird thing. Outside the leaves are turning colour and the air is cooler, but the story I’m writing takes place in springtime. Both are transition seasons. Spring i...

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Published on September 19, 2019 09:02
Oleg Atbashian Oleg Atbashian's blog:

It Is Perfectly Fine For Justin Trudeau To Wear Blackface

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Published on September 20, 2019 01:02
Sumiko Saulson Sumiko Saulson's blog:

San Francisco’s War on the Black Community

[image error]37% of the Homeless people in San Francisco are Black. Less than 6% of San Francisco residents are Black. Black people are 7.7 times as likely to be arrested as white people in San Francisco. Saneism, ableism, and allegations of criminal behavior drug use are often used to veil racis...

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Published on September 19, 2019 15:03
Jennifer Bray-Weber Jennifer Bray-Weber's blog:

Reading is Sexy

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Published on September 19, 2019 02:54
Walter Coffey Walter Coffey's blog:

The Battle of Opequon

September 19, 1864 – Major General Philip Sheridan’s Federals attacked the weakened Confederate army outside Winchester as part of Sheridan’s overall effort to drive the Confederates out of the Shenandoah Valley. Lieutenant General Jubal Early’s Confederate Army of the Valley was reduced to just... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 08:00
Phil Villarreal Phil Villarreal's blog:

PHIL ON FILM: "Ad Astra"

For my full review, click here.
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Published on September 19, 2019 23:50
Matthew Burden Matthew Burden's blog:

Pilgrimage Memoir: Taking Up My Cross

(Click here for an introduction and previous installments in this series)
He stretched out his hands on the cross to encompass the ends of the world. For the central point of the earth is Golgotha here… He who set the sky in place with his spiritual hands stretched out human hands. They were fas... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 07:01
Anna Galore Anna Galore's blog:

Oh les tchoupinous

Ils sont vraiment à fondre, on ne s’en lasse pas. mercredi matin, visite de Joanne, qui les rencontrait pour la première fois, totalement sous le charme (c’est sa main qu’on voit sur deux des photos). La dernière photo, particulièrement adorable, a été prise par Anti.






Très belle journée à v...

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Published on September 19, 2019 23:30
Jennifer Apodaca Jennifer Apodaca's blog:

Friday Five

Wow I’m tired! It’s been a good week, just somehow busy. Let’s jump right into sharing five random things about our week. Here’s mine:



The weather has cooled a bit so we haven’t had to run the air for a few days. Love it!
I’ve written a bit this week, and can see slow but definite improvement in my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 23:00
Uvi Poznansky Uvi Poznansky's blog:

My moment in the sun...

I'm basking in it, even if it's short lived...

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Published on September 19, 2019 21:46
Larissa Reinhart Larissa Reinhart's blog:

Talk Like a Pirate Day with Cherry Tucker

“Dangit." I parked my hands on my hips. The frame swung out and bumped a pirate. He bowed, sweeping his coattails behind him. "Milady. Might I interest you in a spot of rum?" "Better make it a beer." I followed him to the bar. Standing on my toes, I reached for a beer from a long, copper ice buc... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2019 07:48
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