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Philip Whiteland Philip Whiteland's blog:

Packham


One year ago this month we lost this chap, leaving a huge Chocolate Labrador-shaped hole in the hearts of everyone who knew and loved him.

Ironically, we were just about to publish the first collection of stories about Packham, and his companion India, as a paperback to raise funds for TURN Educ

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Published on October 22, 2021 03:54
Lee Odden Lee Odden's blog:

B2B Marketing News: B2B Digital Ad Spending Grows, Google Adds Knowledge Graphs For Podcasts, Instagram’s New Creator Features, & Gen Z Engagement Study Insights

2021 October 22 eMarketer Chart

2021 October 22 eMarketer Chart IAB Projects 8% Growth In 2022 Digital Ad Spend, Warns About 'Bad' Ad Experiences U.S. digital advertising spending is expected to see 8 percent growth during 2022 to reach $165.4 billion, and topping the $200 billion mark by 2025 — increases from 2020's $139.8 billion, according to newly-rel Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2021 03:30
Marion G. Harmon Marion G. Harmon's blog:

Updates and Those Word Things

A motley parcel of rogues. I’m back! Pensacon was a blast, and I’m looking forward to several more cons this year as things begin to spool up again now that the vaccination rollouts have allowed us to come out of … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2021 14:16
Audrey Kalman Audrey Kalman's blog:

Patience. Perseverance. Persistence.

This month, I've been ruminating on patience (my own, or lack thereof, and others').
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Published on October 19, 2021 07:15
Kiru Taye Kiru Taye's blog:

Have you met Kiru’s badass babes?

Have you met Kiru’s badass babes? Who is your fave?

Xandra, the assassin from XANDRA: KILLER OF KINGS https://www.kirutaye.com/xandra

Pacca, the warrior goddess from SCAR’S REDEMPTION https://www.kirutaye.com/scars-redemption

Latifah, the spy from SAVING HER GUARD https://www.kirutaye.com/saving-her-gu

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Published on October 21, 2021 16:09
Colin Dodds Colin Dodds's blog:

Forget This Good Thing I Just Said

Get It on Your Phone Now!

What’s going on? What do you need to hear? How can you move forward?

Finding an answer may be as simple as swiping left or right.

Forget This Good Thing I Just Said is a new experience, based on an old kind of book – the collection of short sayings, or aphorisms. By co

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Published on October 07, 2021 12:26
Tonya Kappes Tonya Kappes's blog:

Campfire Banana Boat

I love putting recipes we try when we are camping in all the A Camper & Criminals Cozy Mystery!
Do y’all ever try them?

CAMPFIRE BANANA BOATS
Ingredients
4 small bananas
1/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips
1/2 cup miniature marshmallows
Directions:
1. Leaving skin on, cut the banana down the middle withou

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Published on October 22, 2021 04:35
B.T. Newberg B.T. Newberg's blog:

The Land Spoke to Us of our Ancestors – with Radioactive Wonder, by Starstuff, Contemplating

Many aspects of our Ancestors’ lives are shrouded in mystery for us all.  That cloak of ignorance makes it harder for us to celebrate our Ancestors, and so, so easy for our Ancestors to disappear from our minds, our daily lives, and our spiritualities.  One of the many areas of that ignorance is how

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Published on October 21, 2021 17:10
Pedro Brieger Pedro Brieger's blog:

Paraguay | La oposición ante sus demonios – Por Estela Ruíz Díaz

Los conceptos vertidos en esta sección no reflejan necesariamente la línea editorial de Nodal. Consideramos importante que se conozcan porque contribuyen a tener una visión integral de la región. El contundente triunfo colorado en las elecciones municipales ha generado un terremoto en las inestables

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Published on October 22, 2021 23:30
Christopher Snowdon Christopher Snowdon's blog:

What most people think

I really enjoyed talking to the comedian Geoff Norcott on Wednesday about Covid centrism, First Defence, cigarettes and more. Have a listen to the podcast here.

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Published on October 22, 2021 03:31
Jenny  Lawson Jenny Lawson's blog:

“Help me cut this head off.” ~ mom

I was going to write this awhile ago because people asked me for a tutorial on how to make an invisible woman but then I sort of went missing mentally and now I’m back. Apologies. But I am here right now to tell you all about my adventures in dismemberment and…whatever the opposite of dismembermentC Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2021 11:44
Scott William Foley Scott William Foley's blog:

Netflix’s Midnight Mass – A Few Thoughts

Though it took me a bit to find the time, I was very excited to watch Midnight Mass on Netflix. Midnight Mass is created by Mike Flanagan, who also created The Haunting Of Hill House and The Haunting Of Bly Manor. In fact, you’ll find several of the same actors in all three shows.

Like his previ

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Published on October 20, 2021 19:32
Debra H. Goldstein Debra H. Goldstein's blog:

Variety in Writing

[image error]The below blog was a combination of an assignment given to me by my Hi-Lo writing coach (a Hi-Lo series is for struggling readers in K-12 grade levels meaning high-interest, low readability). I was tasked to write anything tongue-in-cheek with a tad of sarcasm while also keeping it real

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Published on October 11, 2021 16:59
Karen A. Wyle Karen A. Wyle's blog:

another advance look at the picture book When It's Winter

 I've decided to do something a little different this time as I lead up to, or count down to, the release of When It's Winter. (That'll be the release of the Kindle and paperback editions on Amazon, with wider release of the paperback, and a hardcover edition, to follow when logistics permit.) I'm a

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Published on October 22, 2021 05:35
Susan Barnett Braun Susan Barnett Braun's blog:

The Mind of a Conservative Woman: Review

A month or so ago, I mentioned that Daughter #3 had attended a conference for college-aged conservative women. She came home with this book, by Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn, who spoke (virtually) to the conference, and gave it to me ("since I probably wouldn't really be into it"). Well, while Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2021 04:17
Elizabeth Ann West Elizabeth Ann West's blog:

Chapter 9 A Test of Fire

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Published on October 22, 2021 01:56
Katrina D. Miller Katrina D. Miller's blog:

RT MurrayWatt: Yesterday Hanson refused to answer questions about plane donation. Now demands ABC $ cut, to silenc… https://t.co/0Wr5NeIY8k


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Published on May 31, 2017 01:45
Tahlia Newland Tahlia Newland's blog:

3 Little-Known Writing Mistakes: Avoid them and Improve Your Prose

Three writing mistakes that mark writing as that of an amateur seem to be breeding like flies in books written by unschooled or inadequately schooled authors. Clearly, these stylistic mistakes are little known, and it’s time that changed. I read mostly independently published books, and unfortunatel

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Published on October 11, 2021 15:00
Lacy Camey Lacy Camey's blog:

6 Simple Tips to Become a Good Writer

Writing is a wonderful art form. It’s more than just jotting down words and getting people to read, it’s an array of emotions, feelings better written than said, and a product of hard work. But, it’s not an easy feat. Writers who’ve been in the field for decades still look for ways to improve their

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Published on July 22, 2021 04:27
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