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F.R. Southerland F.R. Southerland's blog:

"Educate yourself. When a question about a certain topic pops up, google it. Watch movies and..."

“Educate yourself. When a question about a certain topic pops up, google it. Watch movies and documentaries. When something sparks your interest, read about it. Read read read. Study, learn, stimulate your brain. Don’t just rely on the school system, educate that beautiful mind of yours.”

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Published on April 24, 2019 01:30
Virginia Lieto Virginia Lieto's blog:

Belt of Truth – Book Review and Scavenger Hunt

The Armor of God: Belt of Truth, by Theresa Linden, is the first in a new series of chapter books for young adults that teaches children the virtues! In this first installment, we meet George, a young lad of eight years, who longs to one day become a knight. However, there is much to learn, […]


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Published on April 23, 2019 05:00
P.J. Davitt P.J. Davitt's blog:

Listen: So Close – Paddy and the Pinkun podcast crew

Paddy and the Pinkun podcast crew sit down after an epic Easter in the Championship promotion race leaves Norwich City on the brink of the Premier League.


CLICK HERE TO LISTEN

The post Listen: So Close – Paddy and the Pinkun podcast crew appeared first on Paddy Davitt Books.

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Published on April 24, 2019 03:35
Gerard Charles Wilson Gerard Charles Wilson's blog:

Is Pope Francis Communist?

Paul Henry-Weston, co-founder of LifeSiteNews, offers this compelling presentation.
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Published on April 23, 2019 22:50
Jessica Tom Jessica Tom's blog:

Cantaloupe Ginger Juice with Peach Resin Pearls

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We’ve covered the basics, and then the traditional. Now we’re bringing peach resin into the here and now — how you can integrate this amazing plant-based source of collagen into recipes you make and eat and drink everyday.

First up is one of my favorite flavor combinations ever — cantaloupe and g...

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Published on April 23, 2019 14:10
Jami Gold Jami Gold's blog:

Revise vs. Start New: Which Is Better When We’re Stuck?

Here's the latest from Jami Gold, Paranormal Author :

No advice is “one size fits all.” Even the best, most helpful advice isn’t going to work well for every situation, so it’s far better to understand the reasons behind writing advice or grammar rules than to just assume that something must or c...

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Published on April 23, 2019 05:30
Beth Hale Beth Hale's blog:

RINGS of POLARIS: A REVIEW

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
FROM AMAZON: Masterfully crafted by Paul Alan, the ‘Rings of Polaris’ series fuses science fiction, dystopian fiction, and action – in an adventure giving Arthur C. Clarke a run for his money. 
Readers are invited to strap in with Jason and Re... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 15:48
Neil MacDonald Neil MacDonald's blog:

Friday Fictioneers – Reflections

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Reflections were no longer perfect.  The above ceased to mirror below. Below the meniscus the granite cliffs and great purple bruise of a damaged sky were gone.  Down under, a gentle surf lapped the peaceful strand, and fishermen cast their nets on a sea pu...

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Published on April 24, 2019 01:29
M.L.S. Weech M.L.S. Weech's blog:

Book Review: The (NIV) Bible

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This review has been long in coming. It was easily my favorite book of 2018 (for a number of reasons)So a real in-depth review of this book is simply not possible. There are numerous versions with commentaries for each book. So I took some time to think about what I c...

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Published on April 23, 2019 21:00
Hank Garner Hank Garner's blog:

The Author Stories Podcast Episode 614 | Joshua Gayou Interview

Today’s author interview guest is Joshua Gayou, author of the Commune series.



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For dinosaurs, it was a big rock. For humans: Coronal Mass Ejection (CME).


When the Earth is hit by the greatest CME in recorded history (several times larger than the Carrington E...

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Published on April 23, 2019 07:43
Janet Stobie Janet Stobie's blog:

Yea!!!!!! I’m Seventy-Five


“YEA!!!! I’m Seventy-Five

Today’s my birthday. I’m seventy-five. Friends tell me that is a special, milestone birthday. For me, each day is a milestone and a gift. This morning, “Our Daily Bread” book of reflections asked me, “How has the light of Christ turned my life from darkness to light?” I...

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Published on April 23, 2019 07:55
Paul   McVeigh Paul McVeigh's blog:

Reading in Glasgow at Crossways Festival

It seems really strange that after 4 years of touring around the world with ‘The Good Son’ I have my first reading in Scotland – Glasgow to be exact.


Here’s the info on the Crossways Festival…


“The particular aim of the second annual Crossways is to foster and expand the rather weak literary links...

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Published on April 23, 2019 12:39
Caitlin  Farley Caitlin Farley's blog:

Top Ten Tuesday: First Ten Books I Reviewed on Goodreads

Picture Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl
 
I've skipped a lot of TTTs lately, but I really wanted to do this prompt so I put life aside and here I am!

My first Goodreads reviews were mostly crap, but the books weren't. In fact, when I first started posting reviews on Goodre... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 05:54
Patrick  Logan Patrick Logan's blog:

Devil's den

Chapter 7"I'm glad you came to see me, Chase. As I've told you many times, my own door is always open to you."Chase took a seat and stared at the bald man with glasses across from her. She remembered how much disdain she’d held for him the first time they’d met; how difficult it had been to come... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 08:23
Betsy Herman Betsy Herman's blog:

FertilityIQ – One of the Resources I Wish We’d Had

Nine years ago my husband and I realized that we weren’t going to have babies quite as soon as I expected. Nine years ago began our long journey of infertility. I began researching, Googling, checking out library books, and learning about infertility. I felt reassured when I met other women strug...

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Published on April 23, 2019 17:32
J.J. Green J.J. Green's blog:

Space opera series, Shadows of the Void

How long have you been aboard our starship? Did you know we set forth in July 2015? That means in a few short months it will have been four years that I’ve been publishing science fiction!


Hmm, How do you think I should celebrate the coming anniversary?


Today we’re traveling back in time to one of...

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Published on April 23, 2019 15:04
Marc  Lewis Marc Lewis's blog:

Addiction and the return to childhood

I continue to be obsessed with this problem of incompatible self-narratives. So, permit me one more rant on the subject. In this post I want to tell you about the dissociation I experienced myself, during my days of addiction, and the child-like freedom it brought me. I also want to compare what... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 14:11
Neal Lemery Neal Lemery's blog:

One Person Making A Difference

    –by Neal Lemery   The daily news can be overwhelming, and often paralyzes me into a state of inaction, frustration, and disappointment on how I fit in. I wonder if my life really has meaning. Nothing I can … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 12:10
Magda Pais Magda Pais's blog:

O Destino do Assassino

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O Destino do Assassino de Robin Hobb


Assassino e o Bobo #5


ISBN: 9789897731556


Editado em 2019 pela Saída de Emergência




Sinopse




FitzCavalaria deixou para trás a pele de assassino, mas nem assim encontrou paz. Depois do rapto de Abelha, e acreditando que ela está morta, Fitz e o Bobo partem em bus...

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Published on April 24, 2019 00:57
Vivika Widow Vivika Widow's blog:

This just in …

From the tip of the Shanties to the top of the north COLDFORD DAILY has the news.


The largest newspaper in the area they have been first to inform the people of some of the most significant events the Shady City has ever seen such as the kidnapping of Billionaire Ernest BECKINGRIDGE’s son, George....

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Published on April 23, 2019 09:00
Steve B. Howard Steve B. Howard's blog:

The Illegal Immigrant Song

It is a narrow two lane road littered with potholes that runs in a straight line for about two miles between to massive fruit farms. Squat…

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Published on April 23, 2019 13:01
D. Dominik Wickles D. Dominik Wickles's blog:

Why Should Earth Day Be Just One Day?

I agree with oh, so many people, that Earth Day must become everyday. We have a gorgeous planet but we won’t if we keep abusing it. One way to honor our Earth is to enjoy nature in all its wonder. Here are just a few photos taken during my family’s numerous camping trips. Enjoy! [image error]

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Published on April 23, 2019 06:09
Elaine Burnes Elaine Burnes's blog:

A Writer, an Editor, and a Reader Walked into a Bar

I started the following essay when I heard about the call to fill the wonderful anthology, Our Happy Hours, edited by S. Renée Bess and Lee Lynch (aka “Story Collectors”). Then I heard Cindy Rizzo was going to write about Boston in the 1970s and knew she’d do a much better job than I could […]
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Published on April 23, 2019 04:59
Yavuz Hakan Tok Yavuz Hakan Tok's blog:

Günün Şarkısı 23 Nisan 2019


Zeynep Talu & Barbaros – “Sevdik Sevdalandık”

1985 yılında Melih Kibar’ın teşvikiyle “Neden Sanki Neden” adlı ilk şarkı sözünü yazan ve o günden bugüne pop müzik dünyasında Talu soyadını devam ettiren Zeynep Talu, 2018 yılında Barbaros’la birlikte Talu Project projesini başlattı. Adından da... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 13:20
L.E. Truscott L.E. Truscott's blog:

Spelling

Hi, all. I’m hoping you can help me with something. A couple of months ago, I posted about wanting to write a book about writing for child writers. This is the first chapter I’ve written and I’d love some feedback on whether it’s appropriate for the target audience. (I like to think there’s somet...

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Published on April 23, 2019 17:00
Meredith McClaren Meredith McClaren's blog:

Anne Hathaway . Met Gala 2018[Description: A cartoon of Anne...



Anne Hathaway . Met Gala 2018

[Description: A cartoon of Anne Hathaway as she appeared at the 2018 Met Gala in a red dress.]

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Published on April 23, 2019 17:02
Sheritta Bitikofer Sheritta Bitikofer's blog:

All That We Are…

I’m gas receipts crumbled in the cup holders

You’re a Gatorade rolling on the floorboards


I’m the fierce tapping of an overworked keyboard

You’re the clatter of dice upon the dining table


I’m dry humor you chuckle to

You’re the pun master I groan at


I’m the motivation at 8:30am

You’re the snooze button...

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Published on April 23, 2019 07:31
Melody Beattie Melody Beattie's blog:

The Best Is Yet to Come

The Best Is Yet to Come


Set yourself free from limitations, limitations you have placed on yourself. Sometimes in life we may begin thinking the best part is over. I’ve done my best work, had my best times. What could be left? That kind of thinking limits us. We don’t have to limit ourselves, life or the universe.


You’v...

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Published on April 23, 2019 05:00
Tom  Foster Tom Foster's blog:

Teal and Theory of Constraints

This is a series on Teal and Levels of Work. Here is the backstory for the series in case you are interested in the context. The purpose for the series is to explore the tenets of Teal through the lens of Levels of Work.

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In his book, Reinventing Organizations, Laloux cites several examples as ev...

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Published on April 24, 2019 01:40
Matt Vandegriff Matt Vandegriff's blog:

Trivia and Tidbits:

In the movie Star Wars, C3PO was supposedly a robot, but during that time, 1977, the field of robotics was in its infancy and there weren’t robots that could perform the actions and dialog needed.  As a result C3PO was played by an actor in a shiny suit.





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Published on May 24, 2016 22:57
Dan Jorgensen Dan Jorgensen's blog:

A Writer's Moment: Living The American Dream

A Writer's Moment: Living The American Dream: "We have committed the Golden Rule to memory; let us now commit it to life.” – Edwin Markham Markham’s story...
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Published on April 23, 2019 06:06
Carole   Brown Carole Brown's blog:

Serious Wednesday: Confusing English

Think About THIS!

UP.  This two-letter word in English has more meanings than any other two-letter word, and that word is 'UP.' It is listed in the dictionary as an adverb, preposition, adjective, noun, or verb.
It's easy to understand UP, meaning toward the sky or at the top of the list, but... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 21:30
Christine  Harvey Christine Harvey's blog:

Poldark: Then and Now

There’s no way I’d get in the middle of an “original Poldark vs. new Poldark” argument, but this is an amusing little comparison.

Poldark: Robin Ellis vs Aidan Turner

The post Poldark: Then and Now appeared first on ChristineHarvey.net.

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Published on April 23, 2019 18:43
A. Ali Ural A. Ali Ural's blog:

A. Ali Ural Ramazan Sevinci'nde...

A. Ali Ural TRT 1'in sevilen programı "Ramazan Sevinci"nde ekranların karşısına çıkıyor. Ramazanın son günü gerçekleşecek olan programın başlama saati 17:00...

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Published on June 13, 2018 16:59
Taylor Fenner Taylor Fenner's blog:

I Can't Wait For... 8 Souls


Can't-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we're excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they're books that have yet to be released.
I saw first learned about this book on Monday when Entangled Teen sent out there latest blogger e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 21:00
Robert               Jones Robert Jones's blog:

A Portrait Of Insanity

Consider the following excerpts from Orthodoxy by G. K. Chesterton: The madman’s explanation of a thing is always complete, and often in a purely rational sense satisfactory.  Now, speaking quite externally and empirically, we may say that the strongest and most unmistakable MARK of madness is th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 23, 2019 11:15
Marie Jaskulka Marie Jaskulka's blog:

an oldie

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Published on April 23, 2019 12:05
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