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Doug Lewars Doug Lewars's blog:

Math Adventures With Python

Math Adventures with Python: An Illustrated Guide to Exploring Math with Code Math Adventures with Python: An Illustrated Guide to Exploring Math with Code by Peter Farrell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


*** Possible Spoilers ***

This book was well written, enjoyable and quite interesting; however, if you're hoping to acquire skills in Python you may be disappointed. There is very Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:30
Catherine A. Wilcox Catherine A. Wilcox's blog:

I've Been in a Bad Way Lately . . .

Election fallout. Covid chaos. More lockdown threats. No instore shopping. Working in a ghost town. No physical contact with others. 2020 is definitely a year to remember but will 2021 be more of the same? Will this nightmare of continuous feelings and emotions ever be over?

Abraham Lincoln declared Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:25
Justin Travis Call Justin Travis Call's blog:

MASTER ARTIFICER, BOOK 2 OF THE SILENT GODS

Master Artificer (The Silent Gods, #2) Master Artificer by Justin Travis Call




MASTER ARTIFICER, BOOK 2 OF THE SILENT GODS

This was a difficult book to write because I had so much that I had plotted and hoped to squeeze into the second novel in the series, but I was still immensely pleased with what I accomplished. This was also challen Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:19
L.M. Roth L.M. Roth's blog:

L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day

L.M. Roth The L. M. Roth Quiz of the Day is a quiz for those familiar with the books of L. M. Roth. If you are not familiar with the books of L. M. Roth, you’d better start cramming!

The answer to yesterday's quiz : wealthy parents sent their teenaged children to Lycenium for intellectual and cultura Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:18
Meagan Brandy Meagan Brandy's blog:

NEW SALE!

You guys! Amazon has put Be My Brayshaw on sale for only 99¢!

GRAB YOUR COPY NOW!

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Published on December 01, 2020 15:16
Donald Glover Donald Glover's blog:

Liner Notes (From the author of The Kid and the Keepers: Dream Vision)

The following is a list of books that I've referenced within my first three blog posts -- books promoting jazz and jazz musicians:

The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration
The Great Gatsby
Ralph Ellison's The Invisible Man
Between the World and Me
Jazz Country
The Kid and the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:14
Greg Dillensnyder Greg Dillensnyder's blog:

AllAuthor.com Book Cover Contest

Just found out that my book cover for 'The Loner' has been selected in the first round of the Book Cover contest that AllAuthor.com does each month. There will be four more rounds of voting over the next 4 weeks to select the final winners.

Please take a few seconds and vote for my cover. Click on th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 15:11
TerryandAnn Marshall TerryandAnn Marshall's blog:

The Offhand Wish that Came to Fruition

This book is Ann’s and Terry’s jointly written memoir, release date, February 9, 2021.

This is what Ann said about Terry in a letter to her boyfriend, Lt. Jack Sigg, 1963:

“It’s rare to see Terry working with and within a situation for improvement. He is powerfully fluent, but some of the trouble his Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:55
Christopher  Keating Christopher Keating's blog:

A History of the World in 6 Glasses

A History of the World in 6 Glasses A History of the World in 6 Glasses by Tom Standage

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


A easy, pleasant, and informative read, Standage manages to describe humanity's history in the context of key beverages without claiming civilization exists because of the drinks. Beer, wine, distilled spirits, coffee, tea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:32
R.N. Jayne R.N. Jayne's blog:

Book Review: My Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

My Dark VanessaMy Dark Vanessa by Kate Elizabeth Russell

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


My Dark Vanessa explores the trope of middle-aged-man-seduces-young-girl through the abused party’s perspective. Narrator Vanessa, deliberately blind to her own mistreatment, scorns and rejects the common labels of “victim” and “sur

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Published on December 01, 2020 14:31
D.M.  Sears D.M. Sears's blog:

Stagg Field

Chicago always does things in a big way. On the afternoon of December 2, 1942, the atomic age began inside a tent on a squash court under the stands of the University of Chicago’s Stagg Field. There, a team headed by Italian scientist Enrico Fermi engineered the first controlled nuclear fission chai Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:30
R. Barri Flowers R. Barri Flowers's blog:

Newly Released Time Travel Romance From R. Barri Flowers

Washed Ashore From the Titanic is a time travel romance novelette by bestselling novelist R. Barri Flowers.

In April 1912, schoolteacher Valerie McElroy and her eight-year-old sister, Ruby, booked passage on the RMS Titanic for a return trip to America after visiting an aunt in London, England. When Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:27
W.D. Kilpack III W.D. Kilpack III's blog:

Free Sample from Order of Light: Book Two of New Blood

Sample: Order of Light by W.D. Kilpack III
Order of Light: Book Two of New Blood


Natharr leapt up and forward, arching his back, and the blade of a short sword sliced the air only a whisper away from his shoulder blade. He whirled immediately, slashing at the men at his back, but had to turn the atta Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:10
Marke Z. Freeman Marke Z. Freeman's blog:

JUMP!!

Fear and doubt are the #1 and #2 reasons people do not accomplish their dreams. Most people don’t even make an attempt, so their potential, passion, and purpose are never properly introduced to the world.

The most beautiful gifts lie just on the other side of fear— growth, triumph, and love just to n Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:10
Annabel Gat Annabel Gat's blog:

Social Media Webinar

Did you know I got to 10k followers on IG in a few short months? It didn’t happen because I’m particularly interesting, or even because I’m naturally good at social media. It happened because I worked with some brilliant social media experts. Because I have so many friends, clients, and students who Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:10
Richard Edgar Richard Edgar's blog:

New review of Ravynscroft

There's a new review of my novel Ravynscroft in the December 2020 issue of the online literary journal Toasted Cheese:

https://tclj.toasted-cheese.com/2020/...

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Published on December 01, 2020 13:58
Laurie Lisle Laurie Lisle's blog:

A Tree of Light

Writers like myself have had an easier time than many others during the pandemic because we are used to working by ourselves at home. As we have eliminated all but the most essential errands and other activities, we have more uninterrupted hours to write. It's even a little like being at an arts col

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Published on November 27, 2020 21:00
Michelle Lander Feinberg Michelle Lander Feinberg's blog:

Dogs Are People Too

December 1, 2020

Chili was truly our furbaby and our love for eachother was immeasurable. She spent each Friday with me in my law office, on a 50 ft leash. She happily greeted each client as they walked through the door. Only six and a half years (and finally, two kids) later, Chili died from an infe Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:46
Rosie Mayes Rosie Mayes's blog:

Slow Cooker Chitterlings

Chitterlings aka chittlins made easy in the Crock Pot!








Hey cousins! In this post I’m going to show you how to make chitterlings in the slow cooker. Be sure to watch my video tutorial below, so that you can see how I clean and soak the chitterlings.





Note: In my previous chitterling video I used potatoe

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Published on November 20, 2020 11:04
Jake  Burnett Jake Burnett's blog:

New book alert!

I have a new book coming out! It's called THE DREAM AND THE MUSE. It's a YA fantasy novel that's like Wizard of Oz meets Ocean's Eleven.

Preliminary cover and sneak peak here!
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:43
Carol J. Nelson Carol J. Nelson's blog:

Have You Seen My Christmas Special?

Do you need a gift idea for someone special on your Christmas list? Perhaps a copy of Audra - Dying For Life would be the perfect present. And right now, you can get it at a discount.

Audra-Dying For Life-front cover

Starting December 1 until December 22, 2020, I will be running a $5 coupon sale on the PAPERBACK version of Audra - Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 14:29
B.B. Mason B.B. Mason's blog:

Iron Manz

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Published on December 01, 2020 13:34
K.C. Simos K.C. Simos's blog:

THE DRYAD'S CEDE | Complete Series in one book

The Dryad's Cede, a book series for children 8+, is now available in Paperback and kindle formats on Amazon!

THE DRYAD’S CEDE is a collection of three original stories inspired by the characters from the tales of Hans Christian Andersen. The three stories are loosely connected to each other, and whil Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:33
Tess Collins Tess Collins's blog:

Sociopaths & Cults

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, my cable company offered some free premium TV. How could I not binge a few programs. I got rather obsessed with Helter Skelter: An American Myth about Charles Manson and how he manipulated some very bright people into murdering for him. Manson holds my interest because Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:31
Laura Lyndhurst Laura Lyndhurst's blog:

NEW POETRY BOOK JUST PUBLISHED

Another poetry book just published, 'Thanksgiving Poems & Prose Pieces', written during the month of November 2020 around topics relating to Thanksgiving. Available in ebook format on Amazon, and on Kindle Unlimited. If you're into poetry (maybe you've read my 'October Poems) then please do give it Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:29
Lexy Duck Lexy Duck's blog:

Great Party, Great Friends

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I am one fortunate author! And yet, I���m finding it hard to gather the words to express my gratitude for your support, your encouragement, and your overwhelming interest in reading ���The Tattered Black Book���. Your particip...

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Published on November 18, 2020 09:27
June Ahern June Ahern's blog:

GHOST HUNT: WHAT TO EXPECT AND TAKE

IDEAS ON HOW TO MAKE YOUR GHOST HUNT SUCCESSFUL, ENJOYABLE AND SAFE

Throughout time people have been interested in the paranormal activity and want to experience the thrill of seeing and hopefully meeting a ghost.

After my 50 years of "seeing" and "talking" to spirits of the dead of all kinds enti Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:19
Brian Griffith Brian Griffith's blog:

Terraforming new continents

Obviously, Europe’s colonists wanted far more than freedom to hunt and grow food on the Natives’ land. They were also bent on transforming the country into a likeness of the world they left behind. In “New Spain,” “New England,” etc., the foods, plants, animals, and landscapes of the Americas had to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:25
Robyn Carr Robyn Carr's blog:

Robyn Carr on Friends and Fiction, Facebook Live

Join me on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020 at 7pm EST / 4pm PST when I meet up with Mary Kay Andrews, Kristin Harmel, Kristy Woodson Harvey, Patti Callahan Henry, and Mary Alice Monroe on their weekly Facebook Live show, FRIENDS AND FICTION. We’ll be talking about writing, books, and life--and offering you Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:24
Wendy Monica Winter Wendy Monica Winter's blog:

FREE Giveaway starts Dec 3 on goodreads

On Dec 3, you will find Where's My Joey? on goodreads giveaway contest. Visit that site to register for the draw.
Happy Reading! Where Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:23
Emma St. Clair Emma St. Clair's blog:

The Love Cliches Series: Three Cheers for Romcoms!

I love a good romcom.

Whether it's just witty banter and quirky characters or total slapstick (I'm a slapstick fan!), I'll take it!

But WRITING romcom?

GULP.

That seems terrifying! But after reading review after review of my sweet romance books that talked about laughing out loud, I really though I c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:20
Ebony Jasper Eldritch Ebony Jasper Eldritch's blog:

Trapped Inside Myself

I and a friend have just co-written a short horror story about the horrors that come from simply living as a transgender person. This comes to help spread and raise awareness for the plights of those who struggle with gender dysphoria, and to stand as a mark of support for the trans community.

I am n Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:17
Peter Coomber Peter Coomber's blog:

Book Sales - Post one hundred and fifty

Copies of my book It Never Happened / This Never Happened Too (the free book) are being downloaded by people from Canada and the UK (see also September's post; perhaps it is the same people who downloaded it in September..?) and I just would like to say - again - thank-you, and I hope you are gettin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:10
Bill Bodden Bill Bodden's blog:

DC Finally Gets It


Justice League unite in new group photo from film | NME

With the runaway success of the extended Marvel Universe in film, you'd think DC would be copying everything Marvel did that was successful. They may have been slow on the uptake - or maybe they were absolutely certain that their way was better - but finally, the DC universe is starting to get a

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Published on December 01, 2020 13:07
Kristy McCaffrey Kristy McCaffrey's blog:

Sneak Peek of my Nano Project

By Kristy McCaffrey

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The month of November is known to writers around the world as Nanowrimo, which stands for National Novel Writing Month. Many of us sign up to write a 50K book in 30 days. I’ve done this twice before (for my novels THE BLACKBIRD and DEEP BLUE), and it’s a great way to push the crea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:06
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

welcome to December...

 i think we ended up with around 2 inches of snow, maybe. it warmed up enough today that most of it that wasn't on the grass has melted. but, it did get cold enough that my arthritis was having fun last night. good times.


Monday Night Raw was pretty good last night.








Industry was very good last nig Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 01, 2020 13:03
Washington Albuquerque Washington Albuquerque's blog:

Redescobrindo os Herdeiros de Mour #4

Cheguei bem atrasado com esse capítulo, mas não foi por mal. Sabe quando tu precisar mergulhar ainda mais em algo para que tu passe a ter sentido? Bom, foi o que aconteceu. O capítulo passado foi um divisor de águas na construção da história e do nosso personagem, mas esse trecho em especial marca t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 05, 2020 14:58
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