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Marin . Marin .'s blog:

PLEASE RESPOND

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:40
Haviva Ner-David Haviva Ner-David's blog:

Ruth and Naomi: models for our troubled times

This year, I am reading the Book of Ruth through a different lens that, I believe, can be a glimmer of hope on the Israeli horizon. As we go into Eid al-Fitr and Shavuot with missiles and bombs flying between Israel and Gaza and rioting...
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Published on May 12, 2021 07:33
Gwendolyn Harmon Gwendolyn Harmon's blog:

Hard Things

There is an emphasis in our culture on making things easy. Banks, car companies, technology developers, grocery stores, restaurants, and many other businesses are actively seeking to make life easier for us. (Or so their advertising would have us believe.)

Don’t get me wrong, I am as big a fan of mod

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Published on May 12, 2021 10:00
Joel Ribbey Joel Ribbey's blog:

How to Challenge your own Character Development

One of my favorite parts of writing fiction is character development. As the author, you get to be a fly on the wall as the hero faces challenge after challenge. As they overcome each circumstance, the reward is not only that the challenge has been overcome, but also that the character has discovere

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Published on May 12, 2021 08:21
Guillermo Tournabén Guillermo Tournabén's blog:

El músico callejero

Image by zibik from Pixabay

Debo confesar

No eché de menos al músico callejero

Hasta cuando ya no estaba

La acera vacía

Carentes de gracia las hordas caminan

Sin el maestro de orquesta que guía el andar

Parece un sepulcro

La vida es la misma, las caras son otras

¿Se pudo enfermar? ¿Dónde está?

¿Será para siem

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Published on May 13, 2021 02:30
P.J. Bottoms P.J. Bottoms's blog:

New Book Started – Progress on Chapter 1

Finally started on a new book last night after a week of research and outlining, and maybe a bit of procrastinating. Putting down the first word on a blank slate is harder than you’d think. By the time midnight rolled around, I had 2000 words written. Yay!

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Published on May 12, 2021 08:11
Deryn Van der Tang Deryn Van der Tang's blog:

Resources for Healing Spiritual Wounds

What book or e-book would I recommend to my readers this week is the challenge for Welcome to My World? That is a tough question to answer as I have read at least five excellent books this past month in doing the research for my focus articles on Spiritual Wounding, Generational Trauma, and Child Ab

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Published on May 09, 2021 01:10
Mitchell Chmielewski Mitchell Chmielewski's blog:

Crying With the Wind

i sat by the window

and it was cold that night

but i let the air in anyway

billowing past ruffling my

blackout shade

thudding

with a rumbling rippling

until at last settling

once more

on the chipping egg white

of the pitted frame

it made me uncomfortable

but i found

comfort

in that place

perched on a stained mat

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:19
Andrew     Moore Andrew Moore's blog:

Q&A

Q. What kind of videogame adaptation should The Stormlight Archive have?
A. Match three + hidden object
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Published on May 13, 2021 00:04
Ian V. Conrey Ian V. Conrey's blog:

Five Star Review from The Prairie's Book Review!

The Prairie’s Book Review just uploaded their review for Haelends Ballad! Below is an excerpt, or you can read the whole thing here.

“A triumphant debut . . .

Conrey’s fantasy world is morbidly gripping and enriched by darkness, intrigue, and poignant emotions and enlivened by bloody action . . . He

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Published on May 12, 2021 16:31
Tony M Fountain Tony M Fountain's blog:

NYC Smile Explains What You Need To Know About Dental Bridges

It may just be missing teeth for some, but that gap in the smile can significantly damage one’s self-esteem. The
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Published on May 12, 2021 07:45
Daisy Knox Daisy Knox's blog:

Cowboys

There was a path worn through the brush to one side Beaten and torn, pummeled and abused A gateway to this other world An open place Go on in I felt the need To step inside To feel the things That they did see and To be the things that I've always wished to be… Continue reading Cowboys Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 04:00
Paloma Corredor Paloma Corredor's blog:

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Tu trabajo no es ser guapa, sino ser tú misma

 

¿Cuántas veces te has pillado a ti misma… impidiéndote ser tú misma?

Ya sabes…

Escondiendo tu enfado tras una risita tonta y complaciente. Sintiéndote incapaz de hacer un víde Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 05:10
Tim Eagle Tim Eagle's blog:

I am Writer, Read my Fiction / Writing Blog / Horror Blog

Name a fond flashback that  helps define you?

Yesterday I took liberties to ask for feedback and created a poll. Now, I'm going to give you a glimpse of my past. This is a cliff's notes version of events that helped form who I am today. It's a quick read. Here's my Flashback!

First year of writing ser

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Published on May 13, 2021 06:19
Joel Sotelo Bustamante Joel Sotelo Bustamante's blog:

Conquistare tus huertas - Poemas xoxo

Se acaba de cerrar las puertas,

las llaves han caído al suelo

No se pude abrir la herradura.


No me rendiré,

sé que ahí esta tu ternura

No me rendiré.


Se que ahí está mi consuelo

y mientras aun existan esperanzas

«Conquistare tus huertas».


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Published on May 12, 2021 11:05
Sarah  Cox Sarah Cox's blog:

B.C. ‘shouldn’t have approved’ plan that failed to protect Nahmint old-growth forests: watchdog

The B.C. government has put biodiversity and old-growth at risk in Vancouver Island’s Nahmint River watershed, which is home to ancient forests with some of the province’s largest Douglas fir trees, a Forest Practices Board investigation has found.   The investigation, released on Wednesday, conclud Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 06:36
A.O. Zephryes A.O. Zephryes's blog:

Another day, another chapter…

I just finished the ninth chapter of my new novella and the end is in sight. This work has been my “pandemic project” and I began it just as a way to escape the trappings of being, well, trapped inside our home for the better part of a year.

Now that we’ve gotten the good news regarding my immigrati

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Published on May 12, 2021 16:52
Clinton Bezan Clinton Bezan's blog:

Thy Will be Done!

There is widespread belief that as educated and intelligent people, we are above deception.  Let me tell you that nothing could be further from the truth!  On November 18, 1978, James Warren Jones, preacher and faith healer, led his Jonestown Guyana cult members in a mass murder-suicide that claimed

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Published on May 12, 2021 18:27
Talia Franks Talia Franks's blog:

Why fanfiction is the only Harry Potter content for me

I have spent well over half a year trying to articulate the thoughts in this post, and I am still hesitant as to whether or not I can. All the same, silence is a weapon of oppression, and given the fact that I have spoken on this matter previously, I feel it important to firmly […]
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Published on May 12, 2021 07:00
John  Harrell John Harrell's blog:

Settle?

Pursue the dreams that ignite your life. Don’t allow the projections of others to cause you to settle for anything less. Work hard, stay humble, give something back to better our community, and make a difference…

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Published on May 13, 2021 05:41
Stephanie Marie Seferian Stephanie Marie Seferian's blog:

Circular Economy Benefits

The Circular Economy’s Benefits for You and Me

 

** Like this show? Want to help it grow? Please leave it a quick review on Apple Podcasts, and thank you! ** 

 

Our “take-make-waste” economy has cost consumers billions of dollars and has cheated us out of an inhabitable planet.  But it doesn’t have

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Published on May 12, 2021 13:43
Lucy Nichol Lucy Nichol's blog:

Free Book Sample:The Twenty Seven Club

Fancy having a read of The Twenty Seven Club before committing your pennies to it? Well, turns out that Amazon will let you do that for FREE!

This fictional tale takes you back to 1994, when the music world was mourning Kurt Cobain – and the concept of The Twenty Seven Club emerged – along with

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Published on May 12, 2021 10:50
Chapel Orahamm Chapel Orahamm's blog:

Mobile Game Review: Phantom of the Opera

How to start for this one?

First of all, I have never read or watched Phantom of the Opera, so my vague understandings of the story are this: A disfigured man with a possessive streak a mile wide gets obsessed stalkery over a singer who has very low self-confidence because of abusive upbringings.

I.E.

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Published on May 13, 2021 05:00
Paul  Hudon Paul Hudon's blog:

Focusing Out The Noise

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Years ago when I was a carpenter I learned to focus out the noise. It was my responsibility to figure out the stairs and roof rafters. I had to focus on doing the math correctly so no time, or material was wasted. A construction site can be a v

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Published on May 13, 2021 05:46
Shayne Seymour Shayne Seymour's blog:

The Best Chicken Sandwich – 76

Ready your wings and thighs and grab your bread, because we're talking chicken again. In today's round find who has the best chicken sandwich.

The post The Best Chicken Sandwich – 76 appeared first on Shayne.fun.

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Published on May 13, 2021 00:42
Jamie Novak Jamie Novak's blog:

It’s time to tidy up the recycling center. If you have en...

It’s time to tidy up the recycling center. If you have enough empty cardboard boxes to start a shipping company, recycle them or fill then with donations then ship them for free through GiveBackBox.com.

The post appeared first on Jamie Novak.

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Published on May 12, 2021 20:56
Serena Agusto-Cox Serena Agusto-Cox's blog:

Now We’re Getting Somewhere by Kim Addonizio

Source: GBF Paperback, 96 pgs. I am an Amazon Affiliate Now We’re Getting Somewhere by Kim Addonizio is a collection that you can hold close in your shelter-in-place during the pandemic and know that anything that happens behind closed doors is just kalsarikdnnit, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 12, 2021 21:00
Kristina Hall Kristina Hall's blog:

Describing Characters

I’m kind of a minimalist when it comes to describing my characters. I’ve leaned this way for a couple reasons. First, I don’t want the very minor romantic element in my books to be based on physical appearance. I’m tired of reading about women who are stunningly beautiful—so beautiful, in fact, that Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 05:00
இரா. முருகன் [Era. Murukan] இரா. முருகன் [Era. Murukan]'s blog:

ராமோஜியம் நாவலில் உணவு

ராமோஜியம் நாவல் உணவைக் கொண்டாடுவது. நாவலில் இடம் பெற்ற உணவு வகைகளில் சில பட்டியலாக்கப்பட்டு இங்கே –

1) வெண்பொங்கல்

2) மல்லிப்பூ போல சாதம், கிள்ளிப்போட்ட இஞ்சியும், பறித்துப் போட்ட கொத்தமல்லியும் அரிந்து போட்ட பச்சை மிளகாயும் துருவிப் போட்ட தேங்காயுமாக துவையல், முருங்கைக்காய் சாம்பார், தக்காளி ரசம், பா

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Published on May 13, 2021 04:40
Raven  Sinclair Raven Sinclair's blog:

Green Line Adventures (Part 1)

Dear Reader,

Boston’s Green Line doesn’t have a great reputation. As the city’s oldest subway line, the Green Line cars are squeaky, slow, and not very efficient. Specifically, many (but not all) of the cars make godawful screeching noises when they barrel into the stations. Traveling west of Boston,

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Published on May 12, 2021 14:18
Vicki Znavor Vicki Znavor's blog:

LISTEN NOW: The Connie Pheiff Show – How Your Past Creates Your Future

I was honored to be interviewed recently on the Connie Pheiff Show. Connie Pheiff and I both held executive positions, both are/were married to firemen and both had career pivots later in life. We had a great discussion about my book and so much more. Click the link below and give it a listen an

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Published on May 12, 2021 05:51
Melody E. McIntyre Melody E. McIntyre's blog:

Mr. Mercedes (Bill Hodges Trilogy, #1) by Stephen King

Original 2015 Review:

I'm trying to think of another Stephen King book that doesn't have a supernatural element to it and it's hard - Delores Claiborne and Gerald's Game I guess. I spent the majority of my time reading this one expecting an alternate dimension to appear or a crazy ghost, but nothing

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Published on May 12, 2021 09:42
Marguerite Martin Gray Marguerite Martin Gray's blog:

Rereading Old Favorites

Do you ever reread books? Perhaps some favorites from your childhood or classics from recent years. I picked up one of my novels and started rereading it. Hold Me Close is Book One in the Revolutionary Faith series. It seems like I would have the book memorized but that is not the case. I’m reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 13, 2021 06:34
Rick Owens Rick Owens's blog:

TANYA IN PHLEG DRKSHDW, AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW



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Published on May 12, 2021 04:15
Allen W. McLean Allen W. McLean's blog:

20210512 - Notice Taken

[image error] Closer inspection,\ inner similarities\ revealed from hiding.#HAIKUPRAJNA - Notice Taken

These poems are based on "Spear-thrower", the story I wrote for "NaNoWriMo" which I had based on the "Inktober" prompts from 2020. The story and poems will be featured as a future edition of The

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Published on May 12, 2021 20:55
Carolyn Arnold Carolyn Arnold's blog:

Brandon Fisher Returns in ONE MORE KILL #CrimeThriller

He told her to run. And she did. As fast as her legs would take her, but it wasn’t fast enough…

The bodies of a husband and wife are found in a patch of woods in small-town, rural Arkansas by a neighboring farmer. They were shot with an arrow, gutt

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Published on May 13, 2021 02:50
Aaron Nannini Aaron Nannini's blog:

Where Can You Find Money to Invest? Try These Five Places

THIS PAGE MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS, WHICH I MAY RECEIVE A COMMISSION FROM AT NO COST TO YOU. PLEASE SEE MY DISCLOSURE PAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.   One of the most common objections I hear about investing is where the money is going to come from to invest. With so many people living paycheck to pa Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 10, 2021 06:30
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