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Steve McEllistrem Steve McEllistrem's blog:
The Sessile Pioneer

I used to call my pine tree Shane

I just liked the name

It was one heck of a conifer too

Tall and broad, not an ounce of fat on it

But it finally moved

After threatening to depart for years

Packed its trunk and wandered away

Where are you going? I asked

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Published on January 16, 2019 03:27 • 1 view
Rebekah A. Morris Rebekah A. Morris's blog:
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by life only to look back at something and find a blessing? Perhaps it was in the middle of something difficult, perhaps it was just after it. That’s what happened to me. While on a visit to my grandparents for a few days over New Years, I came down with […]
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Published on January 15, 2019 05:00 • 1 view
Ana Cibeira Ana Cibeira's blog:


-Cal é a túa cor favorita?-O negro.-O negro negro?-Si.-O negro loito, o negro bágoa-rimmel corrido?-Si,o negro negro.-Boeno, se usas 'Drama non sei que' de Lancôme non se corre nada de nada- :) eeese negro.-Por que?-Porque son todas as cores xuntas.-En serio que é gai o negro?-É-Carai, o negro t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 10:26 • 1 view
Scarlett Flame Scarlett Flame's blog:





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Winner in the #erotica category of Top 50 self-publishedbooks of 2016 and 5th overallNominee in the erotica category Summer Indie Books 2016
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Published on December 29, 2018 07:11 • 1 view
S.E. Meyer S.E. Meyer's blog:
First book in my new series is now available for pre-order!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07MTP2VBV
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Published on January 16, 2019 02:55 • 2 views
Charlotte Eriksson Charlotte Eriksson's blog:


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Published on January 14, 2019 06:02 • 2 views
Κατερίνα Μαλακατέ Κατερίνα Μαλακατέ's blog:

Πρωτογνώρισα τη γραφή του Κώστα Ακρίβου με το "Αλλάζει πουκάμισο το φίδι", το οποίο ομολογουμένως δεν είχε καταφέρει να με συγκινήσει. Μέσα από αυτό το βιβλίο όμως, συνάντησα τον συγγραφέα, έναν άνθρωπο γλυκύτατο και ευγενή, και για αυτό, αν και με κάποια καθυστέρηση, διάβασα και το νέο  μυθιστό... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 09:35 • 6 views
Cynthia Schultz Cynthia Schultz's blog:

Op Instagram gaf ik al een paar keer een kleine sneak peek van mijn Céline Classic Bag. Toen ik een aantal vragen kreeg of ik er een blog over wilde schrijven, weed ik er een poll aan, en daaruit bleek dat velen heel graag meer wilden weten en zien van deze tas. Daar gaan we. […]


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Published on January 15, 2019 21:00 • 3 views
M.R. Forbes M.R. Forbes's blog:
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The Deliverance isn’t alone.

That’s not a surprise. The planet was chosen for a reason.

But the situation is more dire than Caleb ever imagined. The enemy he’s encountered isn’t the enemy he was seeking, and the conflict is expanding in ways he can barely conceive.

Taken prisoner by an opponent...

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Published on January 15, 2019 05:43 • 2 views
Craig Peterson Jr. Craig Peterson Jr.'s blog:
As the battle between POTUS and Congress wages on and federal government employees continue to not receive their paychecks, let us reflect on what could occur if our federal legislature fails to act and the executive branch decides to fund a border wall on its own authority. Besides the fact that... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2019 02:06 • 8 views
Jodi Ellen Malpas Jodi Ellen Malpas's blog:
Are you ready fora bit of #teasertuesday from
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Published on January 15, 2019 05:55 • 5 views
Elaine  White Elaine White's blog:
Cowboy . . My Book Boyfriend is a secret favourite of mine. It combines a book geek with a cowboy, which is just awesome. In this story, the cowboy, Falcon, is a book character – from one of Regan’s favourite novels – and through the magic of stepping into the novel, he finds himself, he… Continu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 02:11 • 4 views
Max Frei Max Frei's blog:
Эротическое переживание в автосервисе было сегодня у меня. Розово-золотистая чешуйчатая девочка, ящерица агама, тяжёлая с круглым пузиком и дурковатой мордой, сидела у меня на ладони, свисая во все стороны конечностями и хвостом. Девочка была очень горячая, потому что перед нашим свиданием как ра... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 12:21 • 4 views
Robert Bryndza Robert Bryndza's blog:

Hello everyone, and happy new year! I hope you are having a great 2019? How is it going so far?


I’m working away like crazy on the next book, and I should have some news very soon to share with you. It’s freezing cold here, snowy, but we did have a brief hour of sun today (picture below).  I’ve al...

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Published on January 15, 2019 08:21 • 4 views
Lance Morcan Lance Morcan's blog:

Our new book was published today.  Written in close consultation with a professional medical advisory team, and with a foreword by a medical laboratory scientist, VACCINE SCIENCE REVISITED is an unbiased, neutral, fact-based investigation that simply allows the science to do the talking on childh...

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Published on January 15, 2019 04:06 • 2 views
Michael  Matthews Michael Matthews's blog:

top 10 mfl articles and podcasts 2018 featuredIf you want to know what the most popular Muscle for Life articles and podcasts were in 2018, you want to read this article. ..Read the full article on Muscle for Life


The post The Top 10 MFL Articles and Podcasts of 2018 appeared first on Muscle For Life.

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Published on January 15, 2019 06:00 • 4 views
Peggy Jaeger Peggy Jaeger's blog:

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Just found this!!! so Stoked. Here’s the link: P&E


CHRISTMAS & CANNOLIS finished #6. YOWZA!!!!!


What a nice way to finish up a busy Tuesday, no?

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Published on January 15, 2019 11:13 • 13 views
Stephanie Chandler Stephanie Chandler's blog:

Studies show that as many as 80% of people want to write a book. I hear this goal all of the time from people I meet in the business world. Countless numbers of people over the years have proclaimed their desire to write a book, but only a small percentage will actually make their book […]


The pos...

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Published on January 15, 2019 04:00 • 1 view
A.J. Fitzwater A.J. Fitzwater's blog:
The last two years have been a rough ride politically, what with *gestures at the world*. As I expected. And didn't expect. I thought I was ready for the resistance, but it's been a hell of a 99 degree uphill climb.

I've been in two writing modes. Writing stories of resistance against the kyriarch... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 14:03 • 3 views
Max Allan Collins Max Allan Collins's blog:

Here’s just what no one’s been asking for – my list of favorite film directors and why!


First, let me say that some of my favorite films are by directors not on this list – Anatomy of a Murder, Groundhog Day, Army of Darkness, Here Comes Mr. Jordan, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying...

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Published on January 15, 2019 06:00 • 7 views
Nimue Brown Nimue Brown's blog:

When we talk about ‘nature’ – as Pagans are wont to do – we run the risk of unwittingly defining nature in ways that are harmful. Covering all the life of the planet with one word reduces our sense of the diversity of what’s out there. We’re dealing with vast and complex systems of life and many...

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Published on January 15, 2019 02:30 • 6 views
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:
We had such a nice, warm winter going on there.

(Well ... "nice winter", is relative. But in northern Indiana, if the temperature stays above freezing for any amount of time between late December and the end of January, that's a nice winter.)

I wanted it to continue. I contacted my state representa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2019 01:05 • 8 views
Courtney Schafer Courtney Schafer's blog:
So, 2018. What a year. I'm typing this in mid-January because it's taken me this long to even figure out what to say. On a global and political level...yeah, let's not even go there. I don't have much to say that doesn't sound terribly pessimistic, and I don't think pessimism is helpful at all. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 13:21 • 2 views
Elizabeth May Elizabeth May's blog:

I confess that I have been sorely neglecting trips to mainland Europe. Flights are so cheap! What am I even doing??? I have wanted to go to Budapest for the longest time, especially after seeing photos around Buda. You guys know I love old architecture and moody cities. A friend of mine bought pl...

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Published on May 14, 2018 13:05 • 5 views
Jen Yates Jen Yates's blog:

[singing] Double your pleasure, double your...



Never mind.


 


When Jeff's co-worker retired, they decided to go with a golfing sentiment on the cake. Appropriate, because look how well the baker teed them off!



Ahh, if only ALL the gruss was grenner, am I right?


 


Here's another stencil malf...

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Published on January 15, 2019 06:00 • 4 views
Michael  McClung Michael McClung's blog:
It's hard to give crunchy updates, ones that can objectively measure progress on a novel. The most obvious one is word count, and it is a useful measure, of course; a book is a collection of words, after all, and the more of them there are in a draft, the closer it likely is to being finished. Cu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 08:58 • 6 views
Michelle Betham Michelle Betham's blog:

Time for another new book release from me, and this time it's a Christmas novella! Yep, something a little different from me - although still with a slightly sexy edge - and the first Christmas-themed story I've written since The First Christmas Without You all those years ago.

This Christmas, in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 03, 2018 05:39 • 4 views
Sylvain Reynard Sylvain Reynard's blog:

Dear Everyone,


 


 



I have an exciting announcement. Our friends at Hypable have the exclusive information:


If you’ve been waiting for more news about the fourth book in the Gabriel’s Inferno series, you’re in luck! We’ve got the announcement from Sylvain Reynard for the release date and title rig...

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Published on January 15, 2019 14:49 • 13 views
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

Robert Kagan’s appeal as a thinker has always been that his arguments are less saccharine or sentimental than those of his ideological fellow travelers. One could describe his project as an attempt to show that the steely pose of most foreign policy “realists” is compatible with advocacy for Amer...

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Published on January 15, 2019 14:10 • 6 views
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:

Amazon’s free streaming service, Game of Thrones final season date, and new Captain Marvel trailer. All this and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Kristi Kates.


Subscribe to and support Cordkillers at http://www.cordkillers.com. If we get to 1850 patrons or $1850/episode, we can begin the Sp...

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Published on January 14, 2019 21:58 • 4 views
Terri Windling Terri Windling's blog:

Frolicking fairies by Arthur Rackham


I'm currently on a train that's rolling from Dartmoor in south-west England to Newcastle in the far north-east, heading to the next Modern Fairies gathering at the Sage Theatre in Gateshead. I've been off-line due to health issues, but once again I am back on feet, a little shakey but up and m...

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Published on January 14, 2019 07:38 • 3 views
Jason Fried Jason Fried's blog:

On Thursday, November 8, Basecamp 3 went down for almost five hours. It was the worst outage to hit the company in a decade and a stress test of Basecamp’s practices around internal communication, customer support, and calm work. Today’s episode of the Rework podcast goes inside the company on No...

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Published on January 15, 2019 11:28 • 3 views
Abigail Reynolds Abigail Reynolds's blog:
Scotland? How did Scotland get into Pride & Prejudice? Well, my books are usually inspired by a vivid idea for an emotionally intense scene. My next book is the exception. It started with a setting, or rather an anti-setting. You’ve … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 11:01 • 11 views
Tim Challies Tim Challies's blog:


What does a parent do when they catch their young child looking at inappropriate stuff online? I have been asked this one many times and in many ways and wanted to take a crack at answering it.



Here is the Circle device we use in our home.


Transcript

Over the years there’s an email I’ve gotten many...

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Published on January 15, 2019 03:12 • 3 views
Delilah Devlin Delilah Devlin's blog:

Series lovers, I have one for you! Love a lot of badass alpha heroes, fast action, great sex, and humor? Well, that’s what I deliver in Montana Bounty Hunters! And another installment is set to drop next Tuesday!


Are you caught up? No? Then click on a cover to pick up your copy of one of these fas...

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Published on January 15, 2019 07:25 • 6 views
Linda Kage Linda Kage's blog:
I'm so happy January is followed by December!  Because December is kind of that time where you look back and reflect, right, and evaluate how things have gone? Well, that was just plain scary for me. All I saw were my failures, losses, and rejections. Which led to depression, curling up inside my... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2019 06:34 • 3 views
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

The United States census has not asked respondents whether they are American citizens since 1950. In March 2018, Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross brought it back, in a list of potential census questions submitted to Congress. Almost immediately, immigrants’ rights organizations filed...

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Published on January 15, 2019 13:25 • 1 view
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