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Chuck Musselwhite Chuck Musselwhite's blog:

Break Free From Entanglements

Break Free from Entanglements I Daily Walk Devotion



In the story of David and Goliath, there is a point where Saul wants David to wear his armor. It doesn’t fit, and so David takes it off and then heads off to face Goliath armed only with his slingshot. David didn’t want to be entangled with armor that didn’t fit him. We need to break free from en...

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Published on September 16, 2019 01:00
P.J.   Ferguson P.J. Ferguson's blog:

A blessing for you...

may love go before you,
may joy grace every day,
may your journey be filled with kindness,
and may peace embrace your way.

a blessing, a prayer, a meditation, a mantra. for you.

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Published on September 16, 2019 08:15
Barbara Mostella Barbara Mostella's blog:

Barbara's Motto

Don't let anyone set the tone for your day except you.
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Published on September 16, 2019 08:15
Addison Carmichael Addison Carmichael's blog:

NEW RELEASE ALERT!

Hi Everyone!

Shifted Desires Prequel to Hunter (Sons of the Alpha, #3.5) by Addison Carmichael Wanted to let you know that SHIFTED DESIRES - novella prequel to HUNTER (Sons of the Alpha #4) is now available for purchase through Amazon! However, if you join my newsletter list, you can receive a free copy!

Just jump onto my website(www.addisoncarmichael.com) for details on how t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 08:15
Luna Lay Luna Lay's blog:

The Butcher

So, The Butcher is out.
It's an interesting little book and I enjoyed writing it. It has a little bit of age-gap, a little bit of taboo, just to spice things up. A few triggers, obviously. I'll probably step on a few toes with this one, but... oh, well...
Love, Luna 🖤

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Published on September 16, 2019 08:13
Rochelle Paige Rochelle Paige's blog:

Vaughn is LIVE

Vaughn is LIVE! It's the second book in the Love Under the Lights series I'm co-writing with Ella Fox, but Allie & Vaughn's story can be read as a standalone.

🎬 A Hollywood hottie
🎬 A sassy screenwriter
🎬 Instant attraction
🎬 And an unexpected pregnancy

🌟 Available in Kindle Unlimited! 🌟
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Published on September 16, 2019 08:06
D'Angel D'Angel's blog:

Current Erotic Freebie

An erotic gift, from me to you: Tendrils of Power (Serving My Sigil, Short 2) is #free until 9/18! It's a perverted little number, and if you don't want sexy stuff to happen in an abandoned church, you should skip this one 😉 😈 😇

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Published on September 16, 2019 07:55
Veronica Mixon Veronica Mixon's blog:

Cool vs. Engineer

The other day I was thinking about our family, the differences, and the similarities. We have our cool family members, and then we have the engineers. The engineer members might not be professional engineers, but they could be. They share the same personality traits. Even some of the grandchildre... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 07:50
Carly Phillips Carly Phillips's blog:

Win a Copy of Sexy Dare

5 copies of Sexy Dare paperbacks up for grabs at Goodreads!

Enter Here to Win!!
https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sh...
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Published on September 16, 2019 07:40
Madeline Mora-Summonte Madeline Mora-Summonte's blog:

You Are Not a Bulldozer

Every once in awhile, my writing life starts to feel like an assembly line, like my stories are widgets I'm just churning out. This happens when I stop paying attention – attention to the craft, to creativity, to passion and to purpose. And, to my regret, I haven't been paying attention for longe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 03:30
Stephen C.  Wright Stephen C. Wright's blog:

Dipping my toes into writing

Ever since I was five years old, I was always fascinated with creating stories. I would keep a scribbler (journal) and write random short stories in it. Whenever a school project came up, I would try to implement some form of creative writing into it.

My first experience in professional writing st... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 07:09
Chris Bostic Chris Bostic's blog:

Jailbreak - Conclusion to The Bushwhackers Series

Leaving my characters out in the woods after Prepper Mountain and Shadow Warriors seemed like no way to end The Bushwhackers Series. So a final installment is complete and now available! I hope you'll follow the series to the end, and have enjoyed reading these stories as much as I have loved wri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 07:06
Kelly DiNardo Kelly DiNardo's blog:

Non-Violence or Ahimsa with MC Yogi

In the first episode of the Living It podcast we talked to Spiritual Graffiti: Finding My True Path author and hip-hop artist MC Yogi about his story from living in a group home for at-risk youth to becoming a renowned yoga teacher and musical innovator.

We talked about his turbulent childhood and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 06:52
R. Lee Moore R. Lee Moore's blog:

Sneak Preview

Ok, outside of another quality pass through, the edits and revisions for Cherubim are finally completed. I actually stayed up all night to finish out the last few chapters, but I got it done.

As I expected though, the last few chapters had to be heavily revised to change how a certain character wa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 06:48
T.J. Klune T.J. Klune's blog:

Heartsong Preorder and a Q&A About Republishing

A couple of things:

A first step, but a big one. Heartsong is up for preorder at Amazon for 5.99 (and should be up on all Amazon sites worldwide). This is the ebook only for now, and only at Amazon. Other locations to come soon!


Heartsong will be released October 22.

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Published on September 16, 2019 06:42
Georgia Lyn Hunter Georgia Lyn Hunter's blog:

New release: Winter’s Awakening~excerpt…

The Warlords. Brenna and Seb’s book is almost here!


Only she can awaken an icy warlord’s immortal heart, but can she survive the aftermath?

COVER:  Montana Jade



Title: Winter’s Awakening

Series: Warlords of Empyrea #2

Release: Sept 17th, 2019

BLURB:


Dark warlord Sebris will sacrifice anything to sa...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:58
Keith Ross Leckie Keith Ross Leckie's blog:

The Writing Life

It is a bit of an addiction. If you go for 2 or 3 days without writing anything but a shopping list you can get the shakes. And 95 percent of what you write will never be seen; it will be rewritten, erased or ignored. But we get up every morning to find those few lines that will engage, move, ins... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 06:40
Michael A. Walker Michael A. Walker's blog:

Sharon TateFair Use 17 USC 1701Sharon Tate in Phased Mode...

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A brief excerpt from The Plan Internal to Sharon Tate section in the  book Sharon Tate Campaign Plan MMXX © 2018 Michael A. Walker"The plan is to portray Sharon in modes. In one mode she is toddler, youngster, and teenager. I... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 06:28
Richard  Munson Richard Munson's blog:

Spulman Mysteries Police Jargon

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The Spulman County Mysteries book series includes a fair amount of police jargon. Usually, the context for jargon usage is relatively clear, but there may be times when you have questions about what a specific phrase or term means. I offer, as an aid, the following list of jargon...

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Published on September 15, 2019 13:37
O.L. Gregory O.L. Gregory's blog:

Daughter of the Bering Sea – Author’s Commentary (Part 4)

Chapter Eleven – Just Get Me Back on the Boat Already… Please!





Do you see, now, where she gets her debating and pragmatism?





It’s interesting to note that all of her thoughts about not wanting to be on her father’s boat, without him, after his death, are all projected onto someone else in Book 3....

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Published on September 15, 2019 05:00
Ivy Lucas Ivy Lucas's blog:

Pants: Why I Strive To Avoid Them.

Sleepwear as all-day wear is, in my opinion, the height of fashion: the epitome of reality-escapism. But it's not the zenith.
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Published on September 15, 2019 22:56
Michael Klonovsky Michael Klonovsky's blog:

15. September 2019

15. September 2019

Die Sonntage immer den Kühnsten! Der eine autoritäre Charakter, statt sich wegzuducken, sekundiert dem anderen, ebenfalls aufstehenden: "Es liegt an uns, für eine freie Gesellschaft einzutreten und d ...

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Published on September 15, 2019 04:16
S.K. Bell S.K. Bell's blog:

Enough

Lately I've been keenly aware of my inability to ever truly be enough.
My husband, my children, my friends... They are all responsible for their own happiness.
I can help with that. I can make a difference. But I alone can't make them happy.


They have to choose to be grateful before they can ev... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 18:37
Jeremiah Hope Jeremiah Hope's blog:

After The Deluge… Part 1: Slow Train

Following on from my little rant in the last couple of posts – too many ‘Whys’?? – about our culture’s obsession with speed, at the price of quality of life and experience, I thought I would start a series of articles on what I imagine post-apocalyptic life and technology might look like, startin...

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Published on September 15, 2019 14:15
Justina Luther Justina Luther's blog:

Behind The Curtain: What an Indie Author’s Job Really Is.

Hey, everyone! I’m back with another behind the scenes look. I know I’ve been doing a lot of these, but I’m hoping to have a lot of book scenes to be able to share soon. I’m currently editing a novella, … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 22:00
Lisa Hromada Lisa Hromada's blog:

shift your perspective on death: Eight quotes from love is the seed

The following quotes are taken from the 2019 book, Love is the Seed: Teachings from the Spirit World. (Amazon {non-affiliate} link

In the final chapter of the book, Love is the Seed: Teachings from the Spirit World, the sessions with Spirit spoke about death and the death experience. It is a fas... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 08:30
Nikki Noir Nikki Noir's blog:

The Grand Experiment

I Remember the cartoon movie The Secret of NIMH? At the urging of my mentor, I watched the movie for the first time since I was probably nine. There were a few things I remembered as soon as they popped on the screen again. The charming Justin, the ridiculous crow, and the sassy mouse kid. Oddly... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 14:44
K.C.  Avalon K.C. Avalon's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Mon Sep 16 2019

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Published on September 16, 2019 06:27
R.A. Kay R.A. Kay's blog:

A Better Man

I wish that I was A better man than I am I sadden myself
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Published on September 16, 2019 03:37
Melanie Lambert Melanie Lambert's blog:

I Wonder... how do I start again, again?

Apparently writing a book and then publishing is the 'wrong' way to do it. Who would have thought? You’d think finishing a book would be the hard part. Turns out writing is the easy part. There are so many standards to meet to be called a writer. I might not reach any of them, but I am still a Wr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 21:16
Ian S. Kahanowitz Ian S. Kahanowitz's blog:

Waite Hoyt: A Life

Right-hander "Schoolboy" Waite Hoyt signed an option contract with the New York Giants as a 15-year-old in 1915. The following season he began a 23-year-career in Organized Baseball, including parts of 21 seasons in the big leagues, where he posted a 237-182 record and logged 3,762 innings. Most... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 02:27
Catarina Raminhos Catarina Raminhos's blog:

Seis crianças, boa disposição e uma cabeça partida… tudo na mesma viagem!

Lille, on y va!


O convite tinha chegado há já uns meses e tenho a ideia de ter dito logo que sim: ir à cidade francesa de Lille conhecer os laboratórios onde nascem os produtos da Corine de Farme.


Mas houve algo que, desde logo, se destacou daquilo que é habitual: “o convite é extensível às famíl...

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Published on September 16, 2019 02:03
Jason  Thacker Jason Thacker's blog:

Xi Jinping and the Power of Technology in China

The rise of the new Chinese state under the leadership of President Xi Jinping has been a predominant force in the conversation surrounding technological innovation, economic development, and basic human freedoms. As China has sought to emerge as the leading tech superpower alongside the U.S., it...

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Published on September 15, 2019 23:00
Lancelot Schaubert Lancelot Schaubert's blog:

THE REPUBLIC OF LETTERS

Oliver Fox over at The Showbear Family Circus - Lancelot Schaubert's and Tara Schaubert's liberal arts circus. said ::


A pair of figures entered the darkened Coliseum. They ascended the white marble stage and stepped into the circular spotlight. The first figure was a middle-aged man with keen eye...

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Published on September 15, 2019 20:30
Shay Siegel Shay Siegel's blog:

What's your Myers-Briggs type indicator and what does it say about you?

Q&A With Shay Each Sunday

I’m sure most people know what the Myers-Briggs test is by now. It has been a well-known personality assessment for many years. It was established based off Carl Jung’s theory that people use four principal psychological functions, and that one of these functions is t...

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Published on September 15, 2019 15:00
Kwapi Vengesayi Kwapi Vengesayi's blog:

Who Are You Raising Your Children to Be?

My grandmother is 93. Sharp tongued, sharp minded, and stubborn. My grandfather passed away at 96. It puts a lot of things into perspective: life, heritage, and the legacies we inherit or leave behind.

I remember the last conversation I had with my grandfather. As we reminisced about my youth and...

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Published on September 15, 2019 17:00
Sonia Pericich Sonia Pericich's blog:

Taller literario 28: Literatura digital




Frente al romanticismo de los aromas amaderados con un ápice de tinta de los libros en físico (sisi, ya utilicé esta línea en otra entrada... es que me gusta mucho ^^), la literatura digital se ve, muchas veces, como una ofensa, algo vergonzoso y de poco valor, sobre todo cuando se la asocia a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 17:25
Margaret  Castle Margaret Castle's blog:

Executor – What if there is no will? Who sorts things out?

The Administrator

If someone has died and not left a will, someone still needs to sort out what to do with everything left behind.  This person is known as the ‘administrator’.


You can apply to become the estate’s administrator if you were the:


spouse (husband or wife) – even if you were separated


ci...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:18
Reginald Spittle Reginald Spittle's blog:

Finding Paths to Happiness

How do people who battle anxiety and/or depression find peace and happiness?




I have found answers to this question through reading the wisdom of some brilliant writers whose works I have featured here. (Click on “more books” in the menu to see them.)




But I have found some of my life’s most enjoyabl...

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Published on September 15, 2019 12:33
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