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Storm Chase Storm Chase's blog:

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Published on April 12, 2019 05:30
Mary Fan Mary Fan's blog:

Been a minute since I last saw a play (I’m so easily distracted...



Been a minute since I last saw a play (I’m so easily distracted by shiny musical things) but I love me some amazing, intense acting… Burn This was fantastic on that front — sharp, raw, and unexpected in a good way. NGL, I mainly came out to catch Adam Driver (and I got an autograph!), and man, th...

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Published on May 18, 2019 21:44
Marie Lavender Marie Lavender's blog:

Book Review: The Impaler’s Wife by Autumn Bardot

If you haven’t checked the updates to our review policy, please do. I am taking over in the meantime. Our latest I Love Romance Blog review selection is The Impaler’s Wife by Autumn Bardot. What a great read!
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Published on May 18, 2019 03:53
Cassidy Frazee Cassidy Frazee's blog:

The Season’s End

Originally posted on Cassidy's Corner:
And that means I have something for you!
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Published on May 18, 2019 06:44
Peter Wibaux Peter Wibaux's blog:

USE

Churchill was a huge believer in the lessons of history, but simultaneously he recognized that people are ‘Unteachable from infancy to tomb.’


You can and should learn from those who write history, to help you understand those who make it—Winston did both.


You know I rarely recommend books on these...

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Published on May 18, 2019 08:33
Philippe Izmailov Philippe Izmailov's blog:

Soldier talks about his struggle with depression and PTSD

Soldier talks about his struggle with depression and PTSD. How his struggle lead him to some destructive behavior and finally to seek the help he needed to cope with his emotions. Video by Gilbert Telles | Fort Bliss Public Affairs Office | Date: 08.15.2013 Thumbs up for the troop! Favorite this... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 19, 2019 02:08
Sabrina Garie Sabrina Garie's blog:

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Published on May 18, 2019 22:07
June Winton June Winton's blog:

FRIDAY 13TH AND A FULL MOON??!!

My new forum friend, Angela Kulig, is having a booksale today, Friday 13th, on http://www.angelakulig.com


As my book, The Golden Horn, is suitably scary enough I’ve put it up for free on there.  I am halfway through a sequel, The Silver Bell, which I am trying to get finished by Midsummer Night, J...

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Published on June 12, 2014 22:19
Niemands Rose Niemands Rose's blog:

Προδημοσίευση από τις "Ανάποδες στροφές" στην Εφημερίδα των Συντακτών

«Αν με γυρίσεις τούμπα, δε θα πέσει ούτε δίφραγκο», συνήθιζαν να παραδέχονται οι άνθρωποι σε πιο παραδοσιακούς κοινωνιακούς τύπους, όπου η φτώχεια δεν ήταν ακραίο ταμπού. Στην επαρχιακή πρωτεύουσα, όπου διαδραματίζεται το νέο βιβλίο της Πέλας Σουλτάτου, οι κεντρικοί ήρωες αποκρύπτουν την οικονομι... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 18, 2019 05:53
I.D. Blind I.D. Blind's blog:

Happy women’s day, beautifuls!

I love female characters. 
In my books they are always colorful, fun, and oh so unique
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Published on March 08, 2019 10:50
Shirley Hershey Showalter Shirley Hershey Showalter's blog:

Three Things Most Cherished: A Spiritual Exercise in Material Form

If your house were on fire,


what would you most want to save?


Or, less dramatically, if you strolled through your house today,


which items would you miss most if they weren’t there?


Take your time, I’ll wait for you.


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A fiery sunset.


Recently, my friend Tina challenged our group of college...

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Published on May 18, 2019 17:54
Jonelle Patrick Jonelle Patrick's blog:

How Superheros Find Their Perfect Match

I had to laugh when I saw these ads on the subway for the Partner Agent dating service. It features famous manga characters who ordinarily would never meet because they occupy totally different Japanese comic book series. She’s a villain named Doronjo, known for being smart, take-charge, and vain...

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Published on May 18, 2019 16:46
Christine Valters Paintner Christine Valters Paintner's blog:

How to Be a Pilgrim (new poetry video) ~ A Love Note from Your Online Abbess

How to Be a Pilgrim


Air travel is like

ancient pilgrims walking on their

knees, flight delays and narrow seats

offer their own kind of penance.


You jettison excess baggage,

leaving behind the heavy makeup case,

knowing the rain will

wash you free of artifice.


Books you wanted to carry left too,

no more o...

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Published on May 18, 2019 21:00
Donald Earl Collins Donald Earl Collins's blog:

On Arrogance and Opinions

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“No, fear and arrogance, you hayseed.” Kevin Costner and Tim Robbins characters in Bull Durham (1988), screenshot, May 18, 2019. (https://getyarn.io).


I received my latest evaluations from my AU students this spring. Really, I shouldn’t complain. Overall, my scores met or exceeded mo...

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Published on May 18, 2019 09:28
Eduardo Santiago Eduardo Santiago's blog:

IDYLLWILD AUTHORS SERIES 2016

WITH NATASHIA DEóN, AUTHOR OF “GRACE” A NOVEL.Deon 2016

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Published on August 06, 2016 18:41
J. Matthew Waters J. Matthew Waters's blog:

new york state of mind



it was a hot dog kind of day

not the kind you buy in the grocery store

but the meaty ones from a push cart

or your local neighborhood tavern

served any which way you like

with corn fritos and your favorite beverage



it was an indiscreet

and unsuspicious kind of day

one in which you can express your feelin...

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Published on May 18, 2019 16:54
H.L. Carpenter H.L. Carpenter's blog:

Top Drawer News — On the web




Have you heard about the two spiders who got engaged?


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Published on May 18, 2019 07:57
Sybrina Durant Sybrina Durant's blog:

Unicorn Books For Adults

Did you know. . .

There are Hundreds of 

Unicorn Books for Adults

http://www.sybrinablueunicornbook.com/index_Books_Featuring_Unicorns_For_Teens_YA_and_Older_Readers.htm



There are so many to choose from and I try to feature them regularly on this blog to help make it easier for you to find new unicorn books to love.  Check out Neil Gaiman’s Stardust, Penny White and the Cult of Unicorns, Michael Ang... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 18, 2019 23:00
The Silver Elves The Silver Elves's blog:

Manifesting Elfin: Answers to Questions About Being an Elf and Following the Elven Path, Volume 2

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MANIFESTING ELFIN:

Answers to Questions About Being an Elf

and Following the Elven Path, Volume 2

by The Silver Elves


 


Manifesting Elfin is found here to purchase on Amazon USA

and also sold here on Amazon UK.


We Silver Elves are happy to announce today our latest book publication!...

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Published on May 18, 2019 16:36
K.C. Sprayberry K.C. Sprayberry's blog:

The Case of the Missing Brother Book 3 Wildcat Crew




Good morning and welcome to Sunday Blog Share. This month, our focus will be on mysteries. Today, we’re talking about The Case of the Missing Brother Book 3 Wildcat Crew.
Susie’s brother, George, vanished long before she became part of Wildcat Crew. She and her sister have always wondered where... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 18, 2019 23:52
Alessa Ellefson Alessa Ellefson's blog:

Women's Rights

Never forget that a political, economical or religious crisis will be enough to cast doubt on women's rights. These rights will never be vested. You'll have to stay vigilant your whole life.

~Simone de Beauvoir, French writer, philosopher, & activist(1908-1986)
I admit that I once believed the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 18, 2019 05:37
Lorraine Elliott Lorraine Elliott's blog:

Tequiling Me Softly at Contrabando, Sydney CBD

Contrabando is a Mexican slash American restaurant on Macquarie Street in the city. Serving Latin inspired So Cal street food there's a half dozen strong margarita menu and items like truck stop guacamole, cheeseburger spring rolls and a taco menu.

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Published on May 19, 2019 00:00
Mima. Mima.'s blog:

Plant the seed

It's important that you 'plant the seed' early in a book to capture a reader. But what does that mean?

Planting a seed essentially means to create situations, obstacles and to a certain degree, some clues about what to expect in the upcoming chapters of the book. It could be in the form of foresha... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 03, 2019 04:29
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