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Virginia O'Malley Virginia O'Malley's blog:

Key to My Heart Love Poems

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Published on August 15, 2020 07:43
Rose Rutkowski Rose Rutkowski's blog:

Free Days!

Svalbard Summer is FREE! Today, August 15th, and tomorrow, August 16th, to celebrate the launch of Svalbard Winter.Svalbard Summer: a novelette
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:40
R.J. Hanson R.J. Hanson's blog:

Notable & Quotable


This week’s Notable and Quotable comes from Roland’s Triumph, Book III in the Heirs of Vanity Series.
                “I don’t know any of it,” Roland said.  “But I feel that it is true.”
                “I do too, friend,” Eldryn said.  “I guess I do too.  I just hate it when you’re right about bad n Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:36
Anthea T Piscarik Anthea T Piscarik's blog:

Tree Telepathy - Part Two

Here’s the good news: the world is home to over 60,000 tree species, as reported by the Botanical Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) with data gathered by 500 member organizations.
The not-so-good news: the alarming rate of deforestation continues to threaten our planet. According to research Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:36
Scarlett  Black Scarlett Black's blog:

FREE BOOK!

Always and Forever is FREE Saturday and Sunday. Grab it while its hot. 🔥

It started as a simple love triangle, with Tami struggling to decide between the calm nurturing Solo offered, or the hot recklessness of Pawn. But having best friends fighting over her begins to feel like a ticking time bomb wai Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:33
K.A. Cummins K.A. Cummins's blog:

Midnight Sun

From August 3rd to August 16th, I’ll be participating in Story Embers’ Support the Writing Community Challenge. (Use the link to visit their website to learn more and join in.) #SupportTheWritingCommunityChallenge Midnight Sun is here! Several years ago, Stephenie Meyers began writing a version of t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 06:00
Judith Keim Judith Keim's blog:

A Summer of Surprises

Thank you to all my readers for loving A Summer of Surprises...it's still going strong!! I appreciate you so much!
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:14
James       Collins James Collins's blog:

Mowing Like A Madman

“The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.” John 3:8

Many years ago, my wife and I owned a home in Oklahoma that sat on ten acres of land. There is a drawback to having Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 07:10
Roberto Guillermo Gomes Roberto Guillermo Gomes's blog:

Reino de los Narakas

En el marco del budismo, Naraka es el vocablo sánscrito correspondiente al inframundo. Literalmente significa ‘humano’ o ‘del ser humano’ (siendo nara: ‘ser humano’ y ‘varón’). Según el budismo, hinduismo, sijismo y jainismo, Naraka es un sitio de tormento.



Nombres y transliteraciones en varios idiom

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Published on August 14, 2020 18:01
Judy Boozer Judy Boozer's blog:

God as Your Sculptor

The sculpture is already complete within the marble block, before I start my work. It is already there, I just have to chisel away the superfluous (unnecessary, especially through being more than enough) material.

Michelangelo Buonarroti, sculptor of David




You are already complete within your life, be

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Published on August 14, 2020 08:43
Anastasia Komarova Anastasia Komarova's blog:

Aanni Mallov and the Lion, by Malaw Hule

This 5,000 word short story works as both erotica and fantasy, despite being more Aanni Mallov and less lion. What Drew Me In I liked the premise of the young Aanni Mallov, who excretes a universal pheromone that attracts males Read more…


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Published on August 15, 2020 02:30
Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

The Top 25 People Enabling Scientology, No. 22: Graham Norton and other celebrity strokers

 
In 2011 we spent the month of August counting down a list of the “Top 25 People Crippling Scientology.” Nine years later, Scientology is still hurting, but church leader David Miscavige learned long ago that paid membership was only one resource that kept him in business. He also relies on a sm

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Published on August 15, 2020 04:00
சாரு நிவேதிதா சாரு நிவேதிதா's blog:

பூச்சி – 113

ரொம்ப காலத்துக்குப் பிறகு இங்கே வருவது போல் உள்ளது.  எடுத்த வேலை இன்னும் முடியவில்லை.  இன்று காலை நாலு மணிக்கே எழுந்து கரதலையாக உட்கார்ந்து முடித்து விடுவோம் என்று ஆரம்பித்தேன்.  எடுத்ததுமே ஆப்பு.  வேர்டில் இருந்த ஃபைலைத் திறக்க முடியவில்லை.  எர்ரர் என்று வந்தது.  மணி நாலு.  என் பையன்கள் முத்துக்கும Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 15, 2020 05:15
Yordanka Almaguer Yordanka Almaguer's blog:

Amarás al Otro

Un mandamiento nuevo os doy, que os améis unos a otros; que como yo os he amado, así también os améis unos a otros. San Juan: 13-34 En Cuba también falta el agua. En esta época es normal que falte el agua en cualquier sitio del planeta. En Cuba, también, falta el agua. Las tuberías …

Leer más "Am

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Published on August 14, 2020 19:56
Sandi  Wilson Sandi Wilson's blog:

Lockdown Part II

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Published on August 14, 2020 19:32
William Riverdale William Riverdale's blog:

When Can I Fly?

Time is changing, the wind is blowingStill my heart why isn't it soaring?Have my wings not matured enough to take the last flight home?
Everyone’s leaving, the sky is callingWith every passing second my hope keeps fadingJust like those clouds which I can’t see anymore
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Published on August 14, 2020 08:50
John Charest John Charest's blog:

Could New York City Become a Modern Day Nineveh of the Bible?

Maybe or maybe not--Take a look and decide for yourself.

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Published on August 13, 2020 06:03
Ruth Hochman Ruth Hochman's blog:

The First Sip

Ruth's Book Club | The First Sip, Signature Drink at The Existential Caf��

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Published on August 14, 2020 18:00
Liliana Katherine Morrison Liliana Katherine Morrison's blog:

In just 10 minutes you begin to question literally everything you once believed in.

In just 10 minutes you begin to question literally everything you once believed in.

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Published on August 14, 2020 11:04
Jeremy    Williams Jeremy Williams's blog:

What we learned this week

Ocean farming is going to be a major growth industry of the 21st century, and it’s only a matter of time before ‘sea vegetables’ are available in the supermarket. Here’s one more step in that direction, a Faroese ocean farm that has just secured $1.5 million in investment, including $850,000 from WW

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Published on August 15, 2020 05:00
Coralie Raphael Coralie Raphael's blog:

3 réflexions sur les sujets de société dans un roman

Il y a trois ans, j’ai essayé d’écrire sur un sujet de société : le changement climatique. En tant que mère, je m’inquiète du monde dans lequel vivront mes enfants. Il y a trois ans donc, quand ma fille est née, j’ai eu le sentiment qu’écrire à ce sujet était mon devoir de mère. Je […]


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Published on August 14, 2020 11:37
Vanessa Paige Israel Vanessa Paige Israel's blog:

Jack's Story.

To my dearest friends and followers,
If you happened to buy my novel, and if you happened to actually read it (I know I can't be the only one who buys books with every intention to read it, but sometimes...life happens...), and if you just so happened to enjoy the story and the characters, then I hav Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 14, 2020 11:33
Katie Bickell Katie Bickell's blog:

Northside Delacroix: ABSK

Want to read more in this series? Make sure to subscribe to the newsletter using this form and connect with the author. Welcome to the sixth in a series of blog posts about Always Brave, Sometimes Kind (now available for pre-order!). Looking for more information? Check out the novel’s fun resources Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 14, 2020 10:46
Lindsay McCafferty Lindsay McCafferty's blog:

My Attempt at Traditional Publishing

Writing Journey Part 3



I came to the conclusion that if I couldn’t get “Reawakened Flames” going with self-publishing, then maybe I had to publish it traditionally. I thought I wasn’t cut out to be a self-published author. So, I started learning about traditional publishing. I prepared a query and a synopsis. Over the nex

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Published on August 14, 2020 16:34
Scott  Abrams Scott Abrams's blog:

Not My Problem

Now in these days when the disciples were increasing in number, a complaint by the Hellenists arose against the Hebrews because their widows were being neglected in the daily distribution. Acts 6:1


In my work with addiction ministry, I sometimes make the mistake of thinking that everyone should c

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Published on August 15, 2020 04:46
D.H. Willison D.H. Willison's blog:

Announcement: Finding your Harpy Place

Hello Friends! I’m happy to announce a new novel. Darin and Rinloh return, venturing through regions, beautiful and dangerous, in an all-new adventure. A magic artifact casts a shadow, mysterious and dark, revealing perilous paths…

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Published on August 14, 2020 12:42
Sharon Charde Sharon Charde's blog:

KAMALA

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     I’ve felt so depleted for the last few weeks that I’ve not been able to summon the energy to write a new blog post. I had wanted to write about John Lewis and his challenge to all of us to build what he called the “Beloved Community,” to get into “good trouble,” and the need for us t

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Published on August 14, 2020 13:52
Tina Konstant Tina Konstant's blog:

The Apple Tree That Did | A Story About Stepping Up

Hello And Welcome Back To The Waffle-Free Storytelling Podcast!

Dealing with the big problems in the world can seem impossible – especially if you feel you are just one little human.


Sometimes, the only thing to do is the one thing only you can do… not because of where you were born or who you are rel

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Published on August 13, 2020 23:00
Annabel Harz Annabel Harz's blog:

My Role in the Recovery

Part 2 of The House Fire





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As noted in last fortnight’s post, this post continues the story of the house fire. I’ve found this experience surprisingly emotional (even though it wasn’t my house that burnt down) and acknowl

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Published on August 14, 2020 19:41
Kristie Schubert Kristie Schubert's blog:

Our Pandemic Trip to Dollywood

Our Pandemic Trip to Dollywood



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Dollywood in 2014



Have you been on vacation during the pandemic? My husband and I went on an anniversary trip to St. Augustine in June and recently returned from Our Pandemic Trip to Dollywood. We’ve been to Dollywood several times before and were excited to return.





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Published on August 14, 2020 09:17
Jack and Jude Jack and Jude's blog:

Our Prosperity Depends on Protecting Our Planet

Taken from an interview with Geoffrey Heal – Professor at Columbia Business School and leading expert on the economics and the environment. A recent issue of Catalyst, a magazine put out by the Union of Concerned Scientists in America had a … Continue reading →


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Published on August 14, 2020 07:04
S.L. Baron S.L. Baron's blog:

Shreya’s Story





According to The Vampire Encyclopedia by Matthew Bunson, a rakhas (or, more formally, rakshasa) is tinkling-bell-clad, blue-throated, blood-stained creature with matted hair and five feet. One of the powerful vampires of India.





I can tell you from experience that this is an exaggeration. 





It’s like pl

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Published on August 14, 2020 12:00
Bob Marshall Bob Marshall's blog:

The Evolution Of An Idea

The Evolution Of An Idea

Many people have expressed an interest in learning more about the evolution of Organisational Psychotherapy. This post attempts to go back to the roots of the idea and follow its twists and turns as it evolved to where it is today (January 2020).


Familiar

Around the mid-ninetie

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Published on January 19, 2020 07:56
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