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David J. Kent David J. Kent's blog:

Coronavirus and the Last Supper in Italy

This week the news hit that the novel coronavirus that has plagued central China continued its expansion around the world, with the northern Italy Lombardy region the hardest hit. A friend in Venice posted a note saying her family opted … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 26, 2020 07:35
Jennifer Faye Jennifer Faye's blog:

#Giveaway ~ Murder Makes Scents (A Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery) by Christin Brecher... #books #CozyMystery #readers

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Murder Makes Scents (Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery)

by Christin Brecher

About Murder Makes Scents



Murder Makes Scents (Nantucket Candle Maker Mystery)

Cozy Mystery

2nd in Series

Publisher: Kensington (February 25, 2020)

Mass Market Paperback: 272 pages

ISBN-10: 1496721411
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Published on February 26, 2020 21:00
Manuel Lim III Manuel Lim III's blog:

The Blast From the Past

This is Geezer.





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Two years ago, this was my idea of a “vintage” guitar. Geezer is a 1966 Kent Polaris III.





It falls under the general group of TEISCO/Kawai/Silvertone guitars, a motley bunch of old guitars that were made in Japan, back in the day when “Made in Japan” was not yet synon...

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Published on February 26, 2020 17:28
Geoff Hudson-Searle Geoff Hudson-Searle's blog:

Judge at The LLoyds Bank National Business Awards UK

I am deeply honoured to be nominated again in 2020 as one of Lloyds Banking Group esteemed panel of judges for this year’s National Business Awards programme. The Lloyds Bank National Business Awards is the UK’s premier platform for celebrating excellence, innovation and expertise in organisation...

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Published on February 27, 2020 01:26
Debra Presley Debra Presley's blog:

[NEW EVENT] Scars & Sins (Brooklyn Brothers #2) by Melanie Munton Blog Tour


Dates: March 31st to April 4th

Genre: Romantic Suspense/Contemporary


Blurb:


We are the Rossetti’s.

The exiled “sixth” family of the New York mafia. We’re the good guys.

People don’t fear us…much. They respect us.

The five of us? We’re the Brooklyn Brothers.

And we protect what’s ours.


Y...

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Published on February 26, 2020 17:26
Rune Kjær Rasmussen Rune Kjær Rasmussen's blog:

Fjernbetjeningen

Hitlister er potemkinkulisser.
Vigtige at fjerne
ligesom en fugleklat på vinduet eller
noget andet irrelevant nogen skulle af med på vejen.

Hitlister er som reklamerne i film
på de kanaler, der ikke mener, at
det ødelægger noget, f.eks. muligheden
for fordybelse.

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Published on February 27, 2020 02:46
Greg Ross Greg Ross's blog:

Limerick

A Maths Master, teaching at Rye,

Bought his pupils a succulent π.

But we’re sorry to state

That 3/8

With 6=7 knows why.


Punch, Sept. 29, 1937, via William R. Ransom, One Hundred Mathematical Curiosities, 1953


(I read this as “three overate, with sick sequels, heaven knows why.”)


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Published on February 26, 2020 22:50
Reney Warrington Reney Warrington's blog:

Still Breathing

“A deeply moving drama series about a group of old friends who have drifted apart as they have grown older. They are brought together when […]
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Published on February 26, 2020 05:35
Dan Salerno Dan Salerno's blog:

A Review: I'M STILL HERE by Austin Channing Brown

Austin Channing Brown's I'M STILL HERE: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness is a challenging, honest and insightful look into her experiences as a Black (Christian) woman living in a white culture.

She observes: "Our only chance at dismantling racial injustice is being more curious about... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 26, 2020 12:16
L.A. Kelley L.A. Kelley's blog:

Please Hold for the Afterlife: The History and Science Behind the Ouija Board

Development of the Ouija board
The Ouija board came from the 19th century obsession with spiritualism, the belief that the dead can communicate with the living. Spiritualism in America began in 1848 with the Fox sisters of upstate New York who claimed the rapping on the wall signified messages... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2020 00:30
Yaakov Kirschen Yaakov Kirschen's blog:

Into the Sea

Bernie, Jerusalem, 2020, U.S. elections,embassy, America, anti-Zionism, He's not crazy, he's honest. He would destroy us if he had the power, and he's not afraid to say so. * * *
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Published on February 26, 2020 05:47
Mandi Bean Mandi Bean's blog:

On writing territories and heart maps.

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It is Writer’s Wednesday, but it is also Ash Wednesday, the beginning of the season of Lent in the Catholic Church. It is customary for Catholics to repent, to abstain on Fridays, and to give something up. This Lent, I am giving up social media, endeavoring to not waste so much time...

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Published on February 26, 2020 04:00
Muhammad Rasheed Muhammad Rasheed's blog:

Racism’s Last Line of Defense

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CITATION
Rasheed, Muhammad. "Racism’s Last Line of Defense." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed26 Feb 2020. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

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Published on February 26, 2020 05:36
Mary E. DeMuth Mary E. DeMuth's blog:

Matthew 8:28-34

Today’s Scripture: 28When he came to the other side, to the region of the Gadarenes,[a] two demon-possessed men coming from the tombs met him. They were extremely violent, so that no one was able to pass by that way.[b] 29They[c] cried out, “Son of God, leave us alone![d] Have you come here to...

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Published on February 27, 2020 00:11
Ginevra Wilde Ginevra Wilde's blog:

New Project (San Francisco)

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Published on February 27, 2020 02:53
R.J. Blain R.J. Blain's blog:

The House Lost at Sea and Other Shenanigans from the Blain Household

Dear humans,

The female has taken to coping with the male’s disappearance via foods the male doesn’t like. Yesterday, she ordered from the Vietnamese place, which is one of her favorite nomnoms. She really loves this nomnoms, humans. She was so excited to go outside and meet another human to ret...

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Published on February 26, 2020 12:52
Joey Paul Joey Paul's blog:

Author Tag: Defiying Writer Stereotypes Tag [CC]


Doing a Tag today! Defying all the writing stereotypes! #Authortube

DEFYING WRITER STEREOTYPES TAG

Questions:
1. What are 3-5 writer stereotypes that don't apply to you?
2. What part of the writing process is hardest for you?
3. Do you ever feel imposter syndrome as a writer? What about as a YouTuber?... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 26, 2020 23:20
Scarlett Flame Scarlett Flame's blog:

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Published on February 20, 2020 10:24
Kidest Om Kidest Om's blog:

"An obstacle is only an excuse used to not go where you want to go, to not be what you want to be...."

“An obstacle is only an excuse used to not go where you want to go, to not be what you want to be. There’s no such thing as an obstacle - everything is an opportunity to show yourself just how capable you are and how possible anything is.”

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Published on February 26, 2020 11:46
Martha Stewart Martha Stewart's blog:

The Blooming Begonias in My Greenhouse

There are so many beautiful plants blooming in my greenhouse. I have a large collection of begonias, and it's expanding more every year. The genus begonia contains about [&hellip...
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Published on February 26, 2020 03:45
Alya Mark Alya Mark's blog:

Limonada

Hoy, limonada :) Tenía grandes planes para la continuación del bizcocho de batata, pero ya que aún está continuándose, y seguramente se convertirá en otra cosa por el camino, aprovecho para usar los limones que llovieron en los últimos meses :)

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Published on June 13, 2019 02:49
Melanie Tonia Evans Melanie Tonia Evans's blog:

Cognitive Dissonance – How Narcissistic Trauma Bonding Creates It


You may or may not know what Cognitive Dissonance really is.


It is the confusion of having justifications for staying bonded to somebody who is hurting us.


In other words, emotionally it is feeling horrific to stay, yet you find that you are under the spell of the narcissist no matter how badly he...

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Published on February 26, 2020 14:53
Ann  Hunter Ann Hunter's blog:

Review: Finding Cinderella


Finding Cinderella
Finding Cinderella by Colleen Hoover

My rating: 3 of 5 stars



I thought the book was charming. Daniel's strong feelings for Sky were adorable, buuuuuuuut the book would have been 20% cooler without all the cussing. I really did not like the swearing. It was distracting, and completely unneces... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 06, 2014 22:39
Dean K. Miller Dean K. Miller's blog:

Aircraft Hydraulic System Pumps

Hydraulic pump piston type aircraft do airplanes use hydraulics aircraft hydraulic system aeroe basics of hydraulic systems

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Published on February 26, 2020 21:03
Beverley Bateman Beverley Bateman's blog:

Herbert Grosshans and His Latest Release


My name is Herbert Grosshans. I'm a writer. Most of my stories are Science Fiction, but I also writeErotica, Thrillers and Mysteries.
Interview with Jeremy John Sheppard
Beverley: What’s your name?Jeremy: My name is Jeremy John Sheppard. I’m a Captain with the Solar Union Special Forces.Beverley:... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 26, 2020 21:26
তামীম রায়হান তামীম রায়হান's blog:

প্রবন্ধ-নিবন্ধ

বিনয ইসলামের পরিচযতামীম রাযহান

ঘরে বাইরে সরবতর আজ বিনয ও মানসিক উদারতার যে অভাব তৈরী হচছে,এর আডালে হারিযে যাচছে আমাদের মানবিকতার পূরণ বিকাশ। আমরা অনেক কিছু হতে শিখছি,কিনতু মানুষ হওযার দীকষা নেইনি আজও। মদীনার নবী মুহামমাদ সা. ছাডা আর কে পেরেছে নিজেকে বিলিযে মানুষকে ভালবাসা শেখাতে?তিনিই তো পরথম বল... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 16, 2013 06:05
Alice Valdal Alice Valdal's blog:

Celebrate Writers

authors rockValentine’s Day was twelve days ago but it’s never too late to celebrate. On Saturday my writers group, VIRA, held our annual luncheon. At one time, we held a formal ceremony with volunteer awards, writing awards and mentorship awards. Over the years we’ve simplified. We’re all volunteers, so we...

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Published on February 26, 2020 04:17
Matt Mitrovich Matt Mitrovich's blog:

Trump's Palestine (A Map Analysis)

Early in 2020 a map was released that could forever change the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Yours truly decided to analyze it and share his thoughts about it.

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Published on February 26, 2020 08:58
KL_Dub KL_Dub's blog:

The Dawn of a New Day

I love writing. I also love that GOD gave me the opportunity to write. Sometimes I take my gift for granted. I do not sleep (insomnia, etc…LOL), therefore I am constantly forced to write and think. I should not use the term “forced”….More like…I am led to write. My goal in life is to inspire othe...

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Published on December 10, 2013 00:29
Jane  Hunt Jane Hunt's blog:

The Heatwave Katerina Diamond #CoverReveal @AvonBooksUK @TheVenemousPen #PsychologicalThriller #25June20 #SurviveTheHeatwave





One summer. One stranger. One killer…



It can’t happen here…’





But what if it does – twice?





In their sleepy seaside town, Jasmine and Felicity have only ever felt safe.





Until Jasmine’s parents invite a stranger to stay, and they sense something about him isn’t right.





Tim is watching them both.





And...

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Published on February 26, 2020 04:01
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