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Marcus V. Calvert Marcus V. Calvert's blog:

Batchery Daily Prompt - 03/03/21

Inmates run a 20k through an abandoned, booby-trapped, company ghost town: with the winner getting his/her freedom.

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:54
Pankaj Suneja Pankaj Suneja's blog:

The Unconceived Story of a Mother

A short story dedicated to all the families who lost a loved one

A nightmare does not leave me, feels like being handcuffed to the shadow on a sunny day. The warmth of day is incapable of melting the low key, almost hidden, coldness under my skin. I wake up on my bed in the middle of night with h

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:35
Wouter Groeneveld Wouter Groeneveld's blog:

Getting rid of trackers using LineageOS

Since dipping my toes into the subject of privacy, I kept on exploring more opportunities to take back my own data. This started out quite innocent with a few changes to this site, that evolved into taking great care not to spill my data to “the cloud”. Thank you, Laura and Daniel. It seems that a p

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Published on February 28, 2021 16:00
Bella Emy Bella Emy's blog:

Possessed by Passion is coming!

Are you ready to be Possessed?



The dark romance/paranormal romance boxed set releases on March 16th & is on sale for
just 99 cents for over 20 full length stories!
It's a total steal!!!



GET POSSESSED TODAY!!!


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Published on March 03, 2021 07:46
Alex   James Alex James's blog:

The State of the Art by Iain M Banks - 4/5 Stars

The State of the Art (Culture, #4) by Iain M. Banks

The State of the Art (TSOTA) is not a novel: it’s a collection of stories, but written by one of science fiction’s foremost writer of space operas and weird science fiction you can’t go wrong with this collection that tests the limits of our humanity and morality with its comparisons to otherwor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:34
Liesbeth Jochemsen Liesbeth Jochemsen's blog:

Nieuwe cyclus, een prachtig boek en een wedstrijd

De laatste tijd heb ik mijn website in een nieuw jasje gestoken. Eerder schreef ik al dat ik mogelijk niet meer wekelijks ga bloggen en dat ik op zoek was naar een nieuw evenwicht hierin. Dat heb ik inmiddels gevonden. Vanaf nu werk ik met een cyclus van vier weken.

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:16
عمار محمدی آلاشلو عمار محمدی آلاشلو's blog:

یک روز مزخرف دانشگاهی

تقریبا ۲ ساعت در اتاق مدیر گروه معطل شدم تا بزرگوار هفت واحد درسی را در دو برگه یادداشت کنند و کدهایش را بدهند خودم پیدا کنم وارد کنم و امضا بفرمایند بدهند ببرم آموزش دانشگاه و آن هم با کلی منت که فقط به خاطر تو محمدی
باید فیلم می‌گرفتم
حیف به فکرم نرسید
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:14
Joni  Parker Joni Parker's blog:

Book Review: Dead Eye by Mark Greaney

Published in 2013. Thriller. The CIA wants Courtland Gentry, the Gray Man, dead but they can’t do it themselves. They hire a civilian contractor, Townsend, to do the job. The operatives at Townsend find him as he executes another contract and watches him in action using a drone. He’s on his way to k Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:12
Ella Craig Ella Craig's blog:

One-Liner Wednesday Part 2 – Nope!

LindaGHill hosts One-Liner Wednesday  Check out her blog for the rules, read other one-liners, and join in the fun! Sorry, couldn’t resist being greedy and posting another NOPE response.
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Published on March 03, 2021 06:25
Julie Lence Julie Lence's blog:

Valentine’s Day Dinner Recipes Feb. 2021

February is upon us, and if you’re like me and most of the country, you’re wondering what to do for Valentine’s Day this year. Many years ago, hubby and I were big on fans of the Valentine’s Day traditions; roses, cards, going out to dinner. But as we aged, our enthusiasm for Valentine’s day waned. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:06
Venus Styles Venus Styles's blog:

THE BEST WAY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT IS NOT TO EXPECT ANYTHING FROM ANYONE ~ UNKNOWN

I came across this quote and immediately found myself nodding my head in agreement. You see, I've lived by this motto most of my adult life. I've never allowed anyone to get close enough to either disappoint or hurt me. When someone offers a lending hand or kind gesture, I decline with a warm smile. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:05
Karen Coulters Karen Coulters's blog:

What's Your Label?

Here’s My Label

I want to be authentic and real with you. I’ve placed a label on myself for most of my adult life. I perceived myself to be uneducated, in the academic sense. Now, don’t get me wrong. I’ve owned successful businesses; I’ve been a leader in business and community; I’m a dramatist, insp Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 07:01
Stephen     Roth Stephen Roth's blog:

Evolution's Magnum Opus - I rate this as a 5-star book without a doubt.

Reviewed By:

Stephanie Chapman

Review Rating:

5 Stars

Reviewed By Stephanie Chapman

Stephen Roth's Evolution's Magnum Opus: Innocence On Trial is everything I could ever ask for in a suspenseful psychological thriller. Ten-year-old Tommy Henderson testifies against his teacher Robert Hiller. Despite As Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 06:58
Honey Meyer Honey Meyer's blog:

Are You a Member of the Hive?



Are you a member of The Hive? Make sure you're signed up, because subscribers get first look at new covers plus new release and sale alerts. Never miss a thing! http://readerlinks.com/l/1388180/0 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 06:48
Mari K.  Eder Mari K. Eder's blog:

Stepping out of Line – at the Tip of the Spear

In World War II, over 4,000 women served with the Office of Strategic Services(OSS). Now, 76 years later, they are finally getting their due. On March 8th, the Army Women’s Foundation will honor the Women of the OSS, inducting them, along with other members of the Class of 2021 into the Army Women’s

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Published on March 02, 2021 08:34
Ailim Hazel Ailim Hazel's blog:

“Put down the heathen and back away slowly”

I’m well into Judith Jesch’s book and finding some interesting information. But I feel this nagging in my stomach that I have become hyper focused and it is leading me away from a satisfactory path. I just feel like I’m missing something and there is an emptiness that is developing. This is leading

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Published on March 02, 2021 09:31
Stuart Byng Stuart Byng's blog:

Collection complete!

The collection is finally complete!

I have now completed all the stories in the collection. The only thing left to do is some final editing.

The collection, As Night Falls, will be released on Monday 29th March.

As soon as it is available for pre-order I will post and let you know.

Thanks for reading,

S

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Published on March 02, 2021 11:26
Sarina J. Senger Sarina J. Senger's blog:

Comet And Steve: The Terrified Owner Of The Flash Drive

“I swear this is the last time.” I mumbled to myself as I left the Cheng’s restaurant for the fourth time this week, unaware of the flash drive.

To be honest, I was a little miffed at Steve for nearly getting me killed. But thanks to him, I don’t have to starve. So, there is that.

I continued my walk

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Published on March 02, 2021 19:10
Annika Andebark Annika Andebark's blog:

#level10life – hälsa

Sedan i julas har jag gått runt och funderat på det där med #level10life. Ju mer jag funderar desto mer inser jag att jag att det inte är mycket jag kan förbättra – för jag har det väldigt bra.

Då började jag titta på vad det är som gör att jag har det så bra, vad skulle hända om någon del försämrad

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Published on March 03, 2021 00:24
Christopher  Ferguson Christopher Ferguson's blog:

One More Poem for the Road – Getting Closer to Finishing “Blue Autumn”

So unfortunately I wasn’t able to finish my next anthology, Blue Autumn, by the end of February. I am getting really close to being done though. Currently finishing up stuff for the cover and getting down to the last poems I need to workshop. In the mean time I thought I’d share one more poem that w

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Published on March 02, 2021 13:24
Sara Judson Brown Sara Judson Brown's blog:

Talking To Strangers

If you want to be a writer, you need to stay curious. Dive into topics that interest you. Read everything you can get your hands on. Ask questions of subject matter experts whenever you get the chance. And talk to strangers.

I know this probably goes against everything you’ve ever been taught about s

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Published on March 02, 2021 22:00
Barrie Mahoney Barrie Mahoney's blog:

World War Heroes and the Canary Islands

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One of the many things that I love about our island in the sun is the ‘live and let live’ approach of its people. No, I don’t mean the thousands of tourists, but the true Canarian people, those who were born and have stayed in this little corner of Paradise. As long as it is broadly leg

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Published on March 03, 2021 02:01
Julie Cicora Julie Cicora's blog:

Holy Moment

How many times have you been happily knitting, stopped to admire your work, and to your absolute horror, discover a mistake a few inches down?  Now the knitter has a decision – to frog or not to frog – that is the question.  There are some obvious times when frogging is necessary. If we mistakenly c

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Published on March 02, 2021 16:50
சஹானா கோவிந்த் சஹானா கோவிந்த்'s blog:

மாளிகை தோட்டத்தில்…! (பயணம்) – எழுதியவர் : ஆதி வெங்கட் – மார்ச் 2021 போட்டிக்கான பதிவு

முகல் கார்டன் மலர்களை காண்பதென்றாலே மனதில் ஒரு உற்சாகம் சந்தோஷம். அதுவும் சின்னச் சின்ன பூக்கள் முதல் பெரிய பெரிய பூக்கள் வரை எங்கு பார்த்தாலும் மலர்கள் என்றால் சந்தோஷத்துக்கு கேட்கவா வேண்டும்? ஒவ்வொரு […]

The post மாளிகை தோட்டத்தில்…! (பயணம்) – எழுதியவர் : ஆதி வெங்கட் – மார்ச் 2021 போட்டிக்கான பதிவு

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Published on March 02, 2021 16:30
Graham Hey Graham Hey's blog:

Is it a good idea to base characters on people you know?

Well, let’s look at the positives: For a start, if you already know someone well, their personality and how they would probably react in certain situations, then it really does make writing easier.

In Confessions of an Invisible Man, I based Ledley, the kitchen manager on a guy I knew at school call

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Published on March 02, 2021 12:07
Davide Sassoli Davide Sassoli's blog:

RACCONTO: Il Vuoto oltre Rianto (Strani Sogni #3)

Cercate i miei romanzi su Amazon, Kobo, IBS e tanti altri store…

Collegamenti:Parte 1Parte 2Parte 3Parte 4Parte 5Parte 6Parte 7Racconto:

Kima respirava piano, cercando di misurare i movimenti del diaframma per trovare l’equilibrio e placare le farfalle che gli facevano formicolare lo stomaco e le

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Published on March 03, 2021 01:57
Magnus Latro Magnus Latro's blog:

Les narcos français brisent l'omerta, le polar vrai d'un monde gangréné

La couverture du livre de Frédéric Ploquin, sur une image de la série Narcos. (DR)

Dans les années 60, le gouvernement américain qualifie la France de narco-état. En 1967, le président Nixon décide de s'en prendre au trafic de stupéfiants qui gangrène l'Amérique. Il interpelle le président Pompid

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Published on March 02, 2021 09:18
Pooja Agnihotri Pooja Agnihotri's blog:

Creative Billboard Advertising: Dynamite Ads by Marmite

Creative billboard advertising is successful in creating awareness for the brand. Billboard advertising remains relevant. Marmite knows this and always brings creativity to their advertising. This time they have created a dramatic billboard ad gaining all the attention from the public. Why stay conv

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Published on March 02, 2021 14:56
Don Graumann Don Graumann's blog:

Do you provide air cover?

A leader should “give all the credit and take all the blame.” Trumpet wins and provide “air cover” for shortcomings. Public recognition reinforces desired behaviors. Public blame erodes engagement and risk taking. Constructive feedback should be handled privately.

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Published on March 03, 2021 06:17
Poceн Маpkoв Poceн Маpkoв's blog:

Начи много ми е смешно….

….разни тумбести патреоте, милионери и милиардери като вземат на 3-ти Март да се пъчат какви големи родолюбци са, и колко много са дали на България! Пък я нямат 10 години трудов стаж, я са били доносници и двойни агенти… я са затрили половин народ!

Бай Ганьо е безсмъртен! Поклон пред Щастливеца!!!

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Published on March 03, 2021 05:16
Sara Tricoli Sara Tricoli's blog:

… decisioni

^_^ a volte si sfida il destino cambiando… ma non sapremo mai se abbiamo fatto bene!

Possiamo solo sperare… andare avanti senza porci troppe domande 😉

citazione: “Un vincitore è semplicemente un sognatore che non si è mai arreso.” Nelson Mandela

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I miei libri sono disponibili su Amazon gratis c

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Published on March 03, 2021 02:45
Angelique Fawns Angelique Fawns's blog:

Paying Speculative Fiction Markets OPEN for submissions in MARCH

Horror jolly horror press Details

Editor: Jonathan Lambert

Pay: 8 cents per word
Word range: up to 7,500
Simultaneous submissions? No
Reprints? No

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Published on March 02, 2021 13:34
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