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Suzanne Falter Suzanne Falter's blog:

Not Enough Time or Money? Could it be the Scarcity Trap?


Have you ever noticed how when you’re truly crunched for time, you seem to get busier and busier? That no matter how fast you try to click through the endless tasks on your To Do list, more items seem to magically appear?


Or maybe you’ve noticed that just when you’re feeling especially strapped f...

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Published on July 16, 2019 12:14
Alethia Brown Alethia Brown's blog:

Pink Slip “Diary of a Black Author”A Motivational Jo...


Pink Slip
 “Diary of a Black Author”
A Motivational Journey to Reclaim Your Life and Follow Your Dreams!!
“Diary of a Black Author” 6th  Blog
 Well its day 6 and I started to just use today as "relax my mind" day, but the writer in me just couldn’t do it.     I spend the day with a friend I met lite... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2013 14:23
M.G. Mason M.G. Mason's blog:

Read Salmonweird: Chapter 1 Now!

Is everyone excited for my upcoming book release? If you’re wondering whether to spend just £5 of your hard-earned cash on this ebook or £8 on the hard copy when it becomes available at the end of August, perhaps this free download of chapter one can convince you?

Here, you’ll be introduced to th...

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Published on July 16, 2019 10:08
Serge Prengel Serge Prengel's blog:

What if meditation were called a mindful pause?

This is the second in a series of very short talks, each under five minutes. This series explores different aspects of the pause as the foundation from which mindfulness emerges. There is a lot of baggage associated with the word “meditation”. So what if instead we were just talking about a mindf... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 06:00
Lolah Lace Lolah Lace's blog:

✨ LOGAN ENCHANTED

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Published on November 08, 2016 07:49
Catherine Castle Catherine Castle's blog:

Wednesday Writers–Forget the Mess–It’s Time for a Story with Donna DeLoretta Brennan

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Today’s Wednesday Writers guest is Donna DeLoretto Brennan. She’ll be talking about one of my biggest issues and the jumping off point for her contemporary women’s fiction book Forget the Mess—It’s time for a Story! There’s also an excerpt. Welcome, Donna!


 


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Published on July 16, 2019 22:00
T.D. Badyna T.D. Badyna's blog:

Product Decription

Amazon says it gives you 480 words maxImage to describe your book — the ‘product description.’ Mine, after a miserable labor of blood (not my kind of writing), is 610. I posted it anyway, and we’ll see. 


New product description for FLICK:


Flick is a damned difficult book to describe, but one might, if p...

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Published on August 08, 2013 11:46
Isaiah Roby Isaiah Roby's blog:

Two Boys Kissing (Isaiah’s Review)

New York Times bestselling author David Levithan tells the based-on-true-events story of Harry and Craig, two 17-year-olds who are about to take part in a 32-hour marathon of kissing to set a new Guinness World Record—all of which is narrated by a Greek Chorus of the generation of gay men lost t...

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Published on July 16, 2019 12:03
Rejab F.I. Rejab F.I.'s blog:

BIODATA SAYA TERKINI

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Published on May 19, 2013 06:03
Jim   Lyon Jim Lyon's blog:

BOOK REVIEW ― THE ACCIDENTAL DOMME

The cover blurb for The...



BOOK REVIEW ― THE ACCIDENTAL DOMME

The cover blurb for The Accidental Domme promises “a fun, imaginative and erotic lesbian D/s story with a little hetero femdom thrown in for good measure” but it is so much more than that. This is an erotic femdom story, with multiple threads, overlapping relat...

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Published on July 16, 2019 16:41
Serena Akeroyd Serena Akeroyd's blog:

Because sometimes, monsters can be heroes too… Coming soon to #KU. THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN....

Because sometimes, monsters can be heroes too…

Coming soon to #KU.

THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN.

#booklover #bookself #bookmark #bookstagram #bookboyfriend #bookaddict #bookaholic #authorsodinstagram #thepageswelove #readingromance #writersofig #writersofinstagram #amreading #amreadingromance #reading...

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Published on July 16, 2019 14:04
Denette Fretz Denette Fretz's blog:

Two Do Tuesday: Stand Firm

During my scripture or devotional readings, I sometimes circle two words. Two words to meditate on. Two words to imprint on my heart. Two words to do.


I’ve decided to try something new on my blog: “Two Do Tuesday.” I’ll post two little words (with big meanings) and the corresponding scripture refe...

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Published on July 16, 2019 10:01
Rob Peters Rob Peters's blog:

Daily Drawing: Cat in Hat 12

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This cat was worried he couldn’t be included this month since he didn’t own a hat– but then he found this shoe! Score!


The post Daily Drawing: Cat in Hat 12 appeared first on Rob Peters Illustration and Design.


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Published on July 16, 2019 04:00
Angela D. Meyer Angela D. Meyer's blog:

For the Love of Baseball

We returned from vacation last week. Going to see the Twins play
baseball on Target Field, one of our highlights.

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The first night, we thought we would be rained out.
But the rain finally slowed and they started the game.

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Good thing we purchased rain ponchos.
We made good...

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:00
Elin Holmerin Elin Holmerin's blog:

Tävling: Vilket är ditt favoritväsen?

För att fira releasen av Nedom den 31 juli kör vi nu en tävling där du kan vinna ett exemplar av boken. För att delta gör du så här:


Skicka ett mail till: info@undrentide.se med ditt favoritfolktroväsen med motivering. Det behöver inte vara svensk folktro utan från hela världen.


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Published on July 17, 2019 02:14
Steve  Davidson Steve Davidson's blog:

Announcing the ISFIC Writer’s Contest

Tracy Townsend, writer's contest coordinator, wants you to enter this long-running writing contest!

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Published on July 16, 2019 09:08
J.R.  White J.R. White's blog:

#MFRWHooks: Witching Hour Madness


 Time for a blog hop! Today let's follow along with the #MFRWHooks authors and have a little fun!

Today, you lovely readers get a snippet from the new release, Witching Hour Madness. Meredith and Malcolm are attending a Samhain Ball. Malcolm is clearly not in his comfort zone, but with Meredith b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 22:54
Ella Gai Ella Gai's blog:

Gold Collagen - Integratore liquido che funziona? [opinione]

Ragazze, oggi vi parlo di un integratore liquido a base di collagene, che purtroppo per quello che mi riguarda, dal punto di vista estetico è stato un vero e proprio fiasco.
 Mi dispiace non dare una buona opinione su questo prodotto per quello che riguarda la mia skincare, ma come vi ho già detto... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 06, 2019 14:16
P.D. Workman P.D. Workman's blog:

Excerpt from I’ve Got my Eyes on You

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Being released this weekend… Gem, Himself, Alone. Looking for a gritty contemporary novel with hard-hitting issues and twisty suspense? Preorder today to have Gem delivered straight to your Kindle this Friday, or come back Friday to pick it up and for a stack of other new releases....

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:51
Harper A. Brooks Harper A. Brooks's blog:

Hell Has Been Unleashed with DEMON’S MARK by T.F. Walsh


DEMON’S MARK

Hell Unleashed #2


by T.F. Walsh


As a half-demon, Cary has survived a lot… but this love thing might be her undoing.


Levi Walker, master demon hunter, is on a mission to find the demon bastard who killed his best friend. As he finally tracks down the beast, he’s suddenly distract...

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Published on August 02, 2017 22:00
Phyliss Todd Phyliss Todd's blog:

Speak Life and Rejoice

I’ve been through the worst (and very long) wilderness season of my life. And I know just how painful it can be. One of the hardest sorrows is losing loved ones. I’ve lost some of the closest people that meant the world to me. The sadness, depression and tears that tried to take me out. […]
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Published on July 16, 2019 23:59
Dave Schwensen Dave Schwensen's blog:

#155 – On The Road Again

#155 – On The Road Again by Willie Nelson

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Outlaw Willie Nelson

– My wife Cowgirl Debbie and I are sitting next to each other at a table on Willie Nelson’s tour bus. Yeah, that’s pretty cool in itself. But to make the scene even cooler, sitting across from us is Willie Nelson himself....

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Published on July 15, 2019 21:11
Sayumi Michishige Sayumi Michishige's blog:

さゆ連休明け

こんばんは今日はさゆ連休の余韻に浸りながら過ごしていました!本当に幸せだったなぁぁぁ書きたいことや載せたい写真はいっぱいあるのですがひとまず。告知。笑パーソナルブック『SAYU〜LOVE30〜』発売記念握手会ですが名古屋と福岡の追加も決まりました8月3日(土)11:00〜星野書店 近鉄パッセ店発券はすでに始まってますhttp://bookshoshino.wp.xdomain.jp/even続きをみる

『著作権保護のため、記事の一部のみ表示されております。』

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Published on July 16, 2019 05:16
A.H. Browne A.H. Browne's blog:

Imagine a world where everyone was exactly the same…

Try to picture it, we are all the same color, size, and shape. We all believe in the same giant nonentity. We all eat the same bland porridge. We all do the same things for fun… nothing. The world is … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 15:31
Cathy Lamb Cathy Lamb's blog:

Distractions And Signing Up For My Newsletter

Friends,


I am easily distracted by Innocent Husband, Darling Laughing Son, Adventurous Singing Daughter, and Rebel Dancing Daughter.


They call, I want to talk. They want to go and have fun with Mom, I’m on it. Innocent Husband wants to take me out fishing, I’ll read a book like a pro in the boat an...

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Published on July 16, 2019 15:46
S. Haltijakäpälä S. Haltijakäpälä's blog:

14th page - into the dark we go

Despite everything, I managed to finish another page, and FINALLY we get some pointy ears! I had to live without them for like... 10 pages or something, whew.

Read the latest page here

p.s. I will have something exciting to share with you all for Ropecon, soon~~~

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:21
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