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Moniek Bloks Moniek Bloks's blog:

Ludovika of Bavaria – The unhappy Duchess (Part two)

Read part one here.


By May 1834, Ludovika’s worried mother wrote to her daughter Amelie that Ludovika had become apathetic. One month earlier, she had given birth to her first daughter – named Helene. She had been one of a pair of twins, but Ludovika had miscarried the other twin earlier. Her husband had be...

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Published on October 22, 2019 21:00
Kel McDonald Kel McDonald's blog:

You are the Chosen One – Corthine’s house

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Working on some You are the Chosen One art. This is the front of Cothrine‘s home/family shop. I was going for area that is nice but small because her family is doing alright but isn’t nobility or royalty.

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Published on October 22, 2019 12:00
Sonya Heaney Sonya Heaney's blog:

Book Feature: Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley

Note: I am featuring some of the review books I’ve had for a while, but run out of time to review. That’s not to say I’m not going to read them; it’s just that I’ve fallen behind, and think the authors deserve an appearance here!


Lady Mary by Lucy Worsley


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By turns thrilling, dramatic and touchi...

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Published on October 22, 2019 10:30
Clay Muinzer Clay Muinzer's blog:

Bible Reading Tips | Tip #2: Read The Best Bible Translation

What Is The Best Bible Translation? What is the best Bible translation? Which version of Scripture should you be reading? These are extremely important questions that we should all be asking! Watch the video above for answers to these questions! Tip #2 in our Bible reading tips study is to find t...

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Published on October 22, 2019 13:53
Kevin       Johnson Kevin Johnson's blog:

The Hill

“I highly suggest this book, as it is a great story that draws you in and makes you really care for the characters. I could not put it down and was sad to finish it. Add it to your must read list!”

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Published on June 07, 2019 09:49
Michelle  Raz Michelle Raz's blog:

Your ADHD Challenges Can Help You Find a Career Path

Many of us sense we have strong skills and unique expertise lying right below the surface of our everyday ADHD life, and we’re right.  We just need ways to see our struggles as the key to a fulfilling career rather than limitations to one. Go to www.razcoaching.com/downloads to get free pdf copies of worksheets for my podcas...

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Published on October 22, 2019 13:47
Robert F.  Myers Robert F. Myers's blog:

Should Parents Change How They Monitor Screen Time?

New Research Just Published Says Some Forms of Screen Time Maybe More Detrimental to Academic Achievement Than Others. An article published in the September 23rd …


Should Parents Change How They Monitor Screen Time? Read More »


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Published on October 22, 2019 16:34
Ian Tadashi Moore Ian Tadashi Moore's blog:

Inktober 2019 Nos. 19,20,21,22,23

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Published on October 22, 2019 20:01
Jennifer Sienes Jennifer Sienes's blog:

Review of Practically Married

About the Book

Book: Practically Married

Author: Karin Beery

Genre: General Market, clean fiction, women’s fiction, contemporary romance

Release Date: October 22, 2019

She moved to a new town to marry her fiancé. Instead, she’s burying him.

Ashley Johnson moved to northern Michigan to finally meet her fiancé face-to...

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Published on October 23, 2019 03:01
L. Salt L. Salt's blog:

[New release]: Calling all bloggers and fellow authors! I need your help.

Dear blogging friends and all thrillers’ fans,


I have a new release, coming out December, 11th.  It’s just over a month before the great day, and I need your help. The ebook is ready for pre-order on Amazon and all major platforms, the paperback is live.


“The Seeds of Stars” is a thriller/suspense novella with so...live.


“Thefans,


I

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Published on October 23, 2019 02:20
Shaun Lewis Shaun Lewis's blog:

An unsung hero of WW1 - Fleet Paymaster Charles John Ehrhardt Rotter

One of the first acts by the Royal Navy during WW1was to have the German underwater telegraphic cables cut in the North Sea, thus denying them telegram communications with most of the world. It meant that they had to rely on high frequency radio transmissions to communicate with their embassies a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 23, 2019 04:03
Mason Canyon Mason Canyon's blog:

Hug Everyone You Know


It’s a pleasure to welcome author Antoinette Truglio Martin to Thoughts in Progress during her WOW! Women on Writing Tour for her latest release, HUG EVERYONE YOU KNOW .
Doesn’t the title make you smile and entices you to find out just what the book is all about? Well here’s a brief summary.
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Published on October 22, 2019 21:10
Ariel Paiement Ariel Paiement's blog:

Work-In-Progress Wednesdays #23

This week, I have an excerpt from the most recent section of Pathway of the Moon. I’m already finishing up Part Four of Six. I’m really excited about how much progress I’ve made, and I can’t wait to start on the sequel. I’m slowly working on planning that. At any rate… Enjoy!





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Published on October 23, 2019 02:00
Morgan     James Morgan James's blog:

Epilogue or No?

Ever flip to the back of a book to see how many pages you have left before the story inevitable comes to an end?





Yeah. Me, too.





Sometimes I’m just not ready for a book to end, whether I’m writing or reading. Good characters are like that. They draw you in, make you fall in love with them...

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Published on October 16, 2019 14:53
Ikram Hawramani Ikram Hawramani's blog:

Question about the science of hadith

As-salâmu 'alaykum. Could you provide us with an introduction to the science of Hadīth? Jazâk-Allāhu khayran.





Alaikumassalam wa rahmatullah,





Iyyana wa iyyakum. The science of hadith is complex and unfortunately I cannot explain it in an answer or even essay. I recommend that you check out the b.../>

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Published on October 22, 2019 08:30
Sherri Lupton Hollister Sherri Lupton Hollister's blog:

Leftover Rotisserie Chicken Ideas

With NaNoWriMo coming up I’m thinking ahead to fast and easy recipes.





I love rotisserie chicken. I often pick up one for my
husband and I on days I’ve spent shopping or running errands and don’t want to
cook. Since it is now just the two of us at home, after the first meal we a.../>

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Published on October 23, 2019 04:00
Jon Rennie Jon Rennie's blog:

The One Problem in Business We Can’t Seem to Solve

A Powerful Visual On Monday night, two AFC East football rivals played under the lights. The New England Patriots had traveled to take on the New York Jets. New England took an early lead and seemed to be dominating their opponent in every phase of the game. While leading 24-0, head coach Bill Be...

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Published on October 22, 2019 18:17
Sky Danley Sky Danley's blog:

SUGGESTIONS AND NOTES ON “SNOW WHITE.” October 9th, 1934


Here’s the 2nd earliest Snow White story document I have,
and I just noticed that these early documents are from this month, October,
only 85-years earlier.





By the time of this document, it’s amazing how much effort
has already gone into Snow White’s story construction, and you’re really
starting to see the character personality development.





A trick they used was t...development.


Aearlier.


By

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Published on October 22, 2019 11:34
Emily  Henderson Emily Henderson's blog:

Sara’s House: A Long Narrow Floorplan Design Agony + Designing Begins

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Alright, folks. It’s Sara, I’m back, and this time I’ve brought someone else with me. But first for a very quick recap – I’ve told you how we bought our house here, and I’ve shown you what we’ve done with it so far here. I’m pretty proud of how far our little ragtag renovation team (comprised of my fathe...

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Published on October 23, 2019 02:00
W.H. (Wade) Johnson W.H. (Wade) Johnson's blog:

Wish

We are too quick to pass this way.





My wish a wish, to have known you more,





The oak turned willow would bend and sway.





There are words, more words I wished to say;





Trapped musings and praises within this core,





We are too quick to pass this way.





Had I known you then, as known this day,





Would speak my words and shared my lore,





The oak turned willow would bend and sway.





These words f...sway.


Theselore,


Theday,


Wouldway.


Hadcore,


Wesay;


Trappedsway.


Theremore,


Theway.


My

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Published on October 22, 2019 06:46
Silviu Reuț Silviu Reuț's blog:

Prins. Petru Popescu

„Prins“, de Petru Popescu, un roman care a fost un hit absolut în anii ’70, aș crede că în mare parte din cauză că pe vremea aceea nu prea puteai să citești chiar tot ce doreai, nu din cauză că această carte ar fi magnifică. Desigur, nici foarte proastă nu e, dar departe de a...
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Published on October 23, 2019 01:41
James M DeHaven James M DeHaven's blog:

Join me at my Book Signing

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Published on October 22, 2019 11:30
Mattia Loroni Mattia Loroni's blog:

Questa settimana va così

Lo scorso mercoledì, Monica ha subito un intervento chirurgico. Beninteso, niente di serio: è stata un'operazione di routine senza grandi rischi, programmata da tempo, e si sta già ristabilendo molto bene, tanto che già domani (mercoledì) sarà dimessa dall'ospedale. Insomma, non è un fatto che mi preoccupi o disturbi la mia c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2019 13:22
K.A. Miltimore K.A. Miltimore's blog:

Nanowrimo what...?

For those outside of the online writing community, you might not have heard of Nanowrimo. It stands for National Novel Writing Month, and November is the primary month for this self inflicted madness. It is a wild ride but one I am indebted to for helping me launch my Gingerbread Hag series. For... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2019 10:21
Rodrigo Oyarzun G. Rodrigo Oyarzun G.'s blog:

“Aquello que hoy sucede en Chile”

Lo que hoy sucede en Chile es el reflejo de lo que somos como individuos: ley del más fuerte,  el más apto, lógica de que cada quien se salva como puede, la fragmentación a su nivel máximo, la poca empatía con aquellos que ven el mundo de forma diferente debido a que crecieron y se desarrollaron...

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Published on October 22, 2019 10:00
Byrd Nash Byrd Nash's blog:

SFF author, Jinn Nelson, podcast interview 2019

Author Jinn Nelson joins us on Book Wordy to discuss world-building 7 different universes all in one book and her love of coffee.
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Published on October 23, 2019 00:52
Troy Costisick Troy Costisick's blog:

Vids I Enjoy #3: Beginning With The End In Mind

Welcome everyone!

In my research for how to write good stories, I came across a wonderful channel called "Lessons from the Screenplay." While I am no writing a screenplay, I still find the creator's words extremely relevant to what I'm doing.

In this instance, he comparing t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2019 10:47
Deb Whittam Deb Whittam's blog:

Fun Foto Challenge – restful

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Friday Foto Fun – Restful


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Published on October 22, 2019 10:30
Jon Edward Fugler Jon Edward Fugler's blog:

Rest and Restoration

I don’t always feel like an eagle. I’m more like a duck. Quack, quack, quack, waddling through the day. Can you relate?
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Published on October 22, 2019 05:15
River Dixon River Dixon's blog:

Indie Tuesday

I know, what a cheesy title, but please do take the time to check out these books from some great indie authors. (clicking on the image will take you to the Amazon product page)


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Check out Patrick’s website here.


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Check out Ray’s website at here.


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Published on October 22, 2019 08:02
أيوب بنبري أيوب بنبري's blog:

سيلا يقترب.. كيف تحظي بجلسة توقيع ناجحة، حتى لو كانت الأولى


ما شاء الله على هذه الطبعة من المعرض الدولي للكتاب بالجزائر! إنها سوف تحتضن مئات المؤلفين صغار السن، والحديث هنا خصوصا عمّن نشروا لأول وعمرهم ما بين السادسة عشر والثانية والعشرين.

أقول هذا بعد استخدمت خدمة البحث المخصص التي يقدمها فيسبوك، وأحصيت أزيد من مائتي مؤلف ضمن هذا التصنيف، وكلها كتبهم ا... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 23, 2019 01:45
Jack  Cohen Jack Cohen's blog:

Brexit Deal Passes But Stalled Again

In quite extraordinary sessions of the House of Commons, PM Boris Johnson made a historical achievement when, after almost nobody believed he could do it, he not only managed to make a mutually agreeable deal with the EU, but also after much debate managed to get a majority (of 30) to support his...

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Published on October 22, 2019 23:09
Barney Ronay Barney Ronay's blog:

Son seems to melt away Spurs’ woes, but hapless Red Star no bellwether | Barney Ronay

The South Korean’s majestic display delighted the crowd, but the visitors from Belgrade were so brittle it is difficult to evaluate the overall Tottenham performance

Two minutes before half-time at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium something terrible happened to Marko Marin, Red Star Belgrade’s captain, and a seduc...performance

Two

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Published on October 22, 2019 15:35
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