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Jane Wenham-Jones Jane Wenham-Jones's blog:

A tongue-lashing from the ice-cream man…

*Photo: The cat is now called Hannibal First published in the Isle of Thanet News of Friday 18th September 2020 Jane resumes her Lockdown Diary –  IsContinue reading
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Published on September 19, 2020 02:35
Graham Aitchison Graham Aitchison's blog:

Leaning on God

 This is something you often hear spoken about in Christian circles. But what does it really mean to "lean on God" and what does it look like when we do this?

I want to share a testimony of something I went through recently when I was challenged in this area. I had just experienced an extremely busy

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Published on September 19, 2020 18:39
Jocelyn Green Jocelyn Green's blog:

3 Civil War Audiobooks Available from 40 New Channels

My Civil War audiobooks Wedded to War, Widow of Gettysburg, and Yankee in Atlanta, which have been available exclusively on Audible up until now, remain on Audible but are now ALSO available through Kobo, Google Play, Scribd, Chirp, Audiobooks.com, and through your public library via Hoopla and Over Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 06:10
Mark M. DeRobertis Mark M. DeRobertis's blog:

Volume 10 - Rockin' the Dark Side


 So after nine terrific albums of great original tunes, I was in no mood to stop. In fact, like before, the original riffs were still pouring out of me. It was like I could come up with an all original riff in a heartbeat. And that is just what I was doing.

So Volume 10 was quick to materialize.

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Published on September 19, 2020 17:48
C.M. Simpson C.M. Simpson's blog:

Cover Reveal - A New Cover for Mack 'n' Me: The Transporter's Favor

Here is the latest new cover from Moonchild Llilja from Fantasy Book Design.It's the new cover for book four: Mack 'n' Me: The Transporter's Favor, the fourth book in the series. 
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Published on September 19, 2020 16:38
Alexandra Swann Alexandra Swann's blog:

The Freedom Prayer

I originally wrote this eight years ago for The Planner.  It is much more timely now than it was then.  May God have mercy on America.


“Lord we come to You tonight to ask for Your forgiveness. The Bible promises that when we seek You, we will find You, if we search with all our hearts.
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Published on June 27, 2020 06:12
Teodora Kostova Teodora Kostova's blog:


Hi, guys!!
I'm super excited to finally share the news that my new book, Ten Mile Bottom, is out! It's been a long time coming and I feel both excited and anxious about this release, but the comments and reviews have been overwhelmingly positive, and I couldn't be happier about that!

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Published on March 30, 2018 03:34
Donna Huber Donna Huber's blog:

2 Romance Novels to Read

by Susan Roberts

It's always good to have a few romance novels around the house to read on your sad days.  I like to read a light, happy novel with a happily ever after ending to cheer me up.  Here are two that I read recently.Amazon affiliate links are used on this site. Free books were provide Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 03:30
Maximilian Buddenbohm Maximilian Buddenbohm's blog:

Datum, Unterschrift

Wie neulich bereits angedeutet, die Lage ist größtenteils unblogbar und es dreht und wendet sich noch nicht so recht, was auch heißen kann, dass ich es noch nicht recht drehe und wende, immer Vorsicht mit den Formulierungen und immer auf der Brücke bleiben.


Ich stehe zwischendurch am Küchenfenster un

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Published on September 19, 2020 23:23
Angela Ackerman Angela Ackerman's blog:

Conflict Thesaurus Entry: Lacking an Important Resource

Conflict is very often the magic sauce for generating tension and turning a ho-hum story into one that rivets readers. As such, every scene should contain a struggle of some kind. Maybe it’s an internal tug-of-war having to do with difficult decisions, morals, or temptations. Or it possibly could co

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Published on September 19, 2020 02:37
James  Mahoney James Mahoney's blog:

‘HAIKON’ Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Setting/Adventures Module

[image error]Most Of The Concept And Design For My “HAIKON’ Dungeons & Dragons 5e Campaign Setting/Adventures Module Is Written & Complete… Meeting With A D & D Buddy Next Thursday To Brainstorm/Refine A Few Elements… Also Keeping My Eyes Out For An illustrator



For updates you can follow my D & D Twi

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Published on September 19, 2020 11:35
Mark Sisson Mark Sisson's blog:

5 Bento Box Lunch Ideas for Adults with Recipes

When was the last time you made yourself a nice lunch for a work day? If you’re like most people, lunch is a bit of a scramble. That’s why we came up with 5 bento box lunch ideas for adults, so you can take a breather in the middle of the day with a meal that’s enjoyable and satisfying.


We hear it a

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Published on September 19, 2020 09:39
Ian Rosales Casocot Ian Rosales Casocot's blog:

A Pandemic and the Silence of Local History

All reckoning begins small, no matter how wide the sweep of things ultimately can be in the consideration of the bigger picture: we understand better when we begin with the specificity of the local.

The story of the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 is a wide-ranging beast of so many facets—the horror of wat Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 18:00
Krista Ames Krista Ames's blog:

#NewRelease #BookTour - Christmas Karma by @LynnCarmer Author


There's not enough mistletoe in the world, to fix her Christmas Karma.
Ai Zhao, a  fiercely independent artist, is suckered into attending a Christmas Auction. An event filled with hunky heroes; firemen, MMA fighters, and boxers auctioning themselves off as dates. The eye-candy is tempting, but s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 24, 2019 21:30
June Collins June Collins's blog:

My Latest and Favorite Review

I seldom post reviews but this one, received on April 4 is my favorite for several reasons. Importantly, it came from an Army Sergeant and even more important, he credits me with making changes to the way the NCO military clubs are now managed. Furthermore, I was unaware that the club system had bee

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Published on April 09, 2014 15:08
A.D. Trosper A.D. Trosper's blog:

#SnippetSunday 09.20.2020

Hello Snippet Sundayers! It’s been a long week of writing and doing the prep work for a new project. Our skies here in the central US have turned hazy from the smoke drifting this way from the west coast on the jet streams, joining the ragweed in irritating throats and sinuses everywhere. And where

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Published on September 19, 2020 22:01
Mike Hays Mike Hays's blog:

The Ball Will Find You

There’s this weird and strange thing in sports. I’ve witnessed it as a player, a coach, and as a fan. I saw it quite often while coaching baseball and football, especially at the JV level. You put a player into the game at a critical junction for any number of good reasons like an injury substitutio

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Published on September 19, 2020 09:09
Sarah Mandell Sarah Mandell's blog:

The 50 States Project

I’ve been working on a big series of tiny art! The 50 States Project has been on my to-make list for several months and I just finished up the series. I really enjoyed researching different locations for each state, and it’s always a challenge to needle felt at this tiny scale. Each 3”x3” needle fel

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Published on September 19, 2020 05:48
Arnon Grunberg Arnon Grunberg's blog:

Motivation

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Certainty

On the conspiracy theory – Tyler Cowen:



‘To be clear, I am a QAnon outsider and a non-believer in conspiracy theories. Nonetheless, I think it’s necessary to do more than regard QAnon with either incredulity or scorn. America needs to understand it, and part of that is ackno

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Published on September 19, 2020 22:12
Helena P. Schrader Helena P. Schrader's blog:

"Once more onto the breach, dear friends" -- An excerpt from "Where Eagles Never Flew"

 

(Setting: Pilots of an RAF Squadron deployed to France at readiness.)

The squadron commander did a double-take before he recognised Priestman. “I say! What’s happened to you?” 

“What hasn’t happened, sir? – bombed, dive-bombed, strafed, played ambulance to civilian casualties and slept in th

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Published on September 19, 2020 01:28
Jason Pym Jason Pym's blog:

My new book The Story of Chinese Characters out winter 2020

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And here’s the Chinese version of the trailer….

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Published on September 19, 2020 19:09
Rosemary  Harris Rosemary Harris's blog:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, A tribute.



RHYS BOWEN
:  I’m still in a state of shock after learning of the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. I’ve been crying when I’m normally quite stoic. But I suppose this is fear and despair mixed with grief.


What a giant of influence this tiny woman was. I can’t think of anyon

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Published on September 20, 2020 01:00
Rui Alex Rui Alex's blog:

#SixFanArts

Participação no desafio #SixFanArts, um dos populares que recentemente marcaram presença nas redes sociais. O nome da tag é elucidativo e agradeço às pessoas que prontamente sugeriram as personagens a desenhar.

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:07
Al   Stone Al Stone's blog:

BOOK REVIEW: Anna Banana by Sigal Adler

Anna Banana: Anna Finds a New HomeAuthor: Sigal AdlerGenre: Picture BookPublication Date: 1 September 2020

Book Description:ANNA BANANA:******************It was crowded there and hard to rest,Just half a closet to help her get dressed.Her only belongings a plant and a ball,No, there was no space insi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2020 01:00
Audrey Driscoll Audrey Driscoll's blog:

Who Are Your Readers?

Warning: this is a mild rant. A rantlet, if you prefer. I’m speaking as a fiction writer here. I know the situation is different for nonfiction. And yes, I have opined on this topic before. I just checked. But I’m going to revisit it anyway. Here goes– Writers are constantly advised to identify thei Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 20, 2020 00:12
Kenan Malik Kenan Malik's blog:

‘SCUSE ME WHILE I KISS THE SKY

. A shorter version of this article appears in the Observer, 20 September 2020 It is one of the defining moments in the story both of rock and of black expression. Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock 1969, finishing his set by deconstructing the Star Spangled Banner. A black man on stage, claiming the anthem Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:48
Erin Rose Erin Rose's blog:

Typed | She ran


 

She ran her fingers across my soul and hit places her words never touched. ~Erin Rose

Work in process. 


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Published on September 19, 2020 11:58
Alan Place Alan Place's blog:

Could Atlantis have been in Southern Spain?

 Recent scientific evidence gives credence to this theory.

Recently, I have reevaluated my thoughts about the site of the fabled city of Atlantis.
Like thousands of people before me, I thought Plato's description of the destruction was written because he'd witnessed, from afar, the devastation. Th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 07:43
Adam Yamey Adam Yamey's blog:

TV licence

WE WATCHED TELEVISION FOR less than two hours in the whole year of 1993 and decided neither to renew our TV licence nor to watch anything more on our ageing TV set, which we got rid of. At monotonous regularity, we received letters from the TV licensing authority, asking us whether we had a licence

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Published on September 19, 2020 01:34
Amy Keeley Amy Keeley's blog:

Blade & Rose by Miranda Honfleur (#SelfPubFantasyMonth)

Cover for Blade and Rose by Miranda Honfleur with female battle mage using fire magic in a forest



Description





“A kingdom in turmoil or the love of her life. Which one will she save?





“Elementalist Rielle hasn’t heard from her best friend in far too long. Yet no one at the Tower of Magic seems to care about Olivia’s silence, or the curtain of secrecy surrounding the distant capital. Before Riell

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Published on September 19, 2020 09:11
Hallee Bridgeman Hallee Bridgeman's blog:

Happy New Year 5781!


Last night at sundown marked the beginning of Rosh Hashanah, or, The Feast of Trumpets.
This is the celebration of the earth’s physical birthday (happy 5781!) on the 1st day of the month of Tishri (which happens to fall as the seventh month in the Jewish calendar.) Rosh Hashanah means head of the yea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 06:07
John Kenneth Muir John Kenneth Muir's blog:

Saturday Morning Flashback: The Ghost Busters: "The Maltese Monkey" (1975)



Just a few years after the highly-rated  Night Stalker  movies premiered to high ratings and one year after the  Kolchak  (1974-1975) TV series, Lou Scheimer’s Filmation created a kind of comedy variation on the premise for Saturday mornings.
The live-action series  The Ghost Busters  ( Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 03:06
Martin Cid Martin Cid's blog:

The Place of No Words (2020). Película. Trailer

The Place of No Words está escrita y dirigida por Mark Webber. Interpretada por Teresa Palmer, Phoebe Tonkin, Sarah Wright y por el propio director y guionista, Mark Webber

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The Place of No Words se plantea un poco como un viaje de descubrimiento de un niño que acaba de perder a su ma

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Published on September 20, 2020 00:44
Dani J. Caile Dani J. Caile's blog:

Over 10,000 KENP read! Another first!

 For such a small author as myself, these last few weeks have been CRAZY! Now another first, what with the 'New Release' banners, the 1000+ free downloads, a growing collection of sales and reviews (including reviews from across the globe and the full range of stars available)... over 10,000 KENP (K

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Published on September 19, 2020 23:17
Uvi Poznansky Uvi Poznansky's blog:

Must be scary for you

If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here https://chirb.it/9mtOht

“Miss you too, sweetheart,” he says. “I’m so lonely without you.”

And I admit, “I’m lonely, too.”

“When are you coming back?”

“Soon, Michael.”

“How’s your Ma?” 

I’m tempted to say, “She misses you too,” which will make both of us

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Published on September 19, 2020 10:32
Annalise Hulse Annalise Hulse's blog:

The Evangeline Devine Series #1 – “Gifted” – Now only 99p on Amazon!

“Gifted” is now only 99p on Amazon.co.uk and $0.99 on Amazon.com


Download your copy now if you haven’t already read it!


Look out for “Twin”, the second installment of The Evangeline Devine Series, due for release on 31 October 2013.


As always, all reviews, be they good, bad or ugly, are greatly appreci

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Published on September 08, 2013 04:46
Laxmi Hariharan Laxmi Hariharan's blog:

Fae’s Claim Box Set: Paranormal Dark Fae Vampire Romance





Fae’s Claim Box Set: Paranormal Dark Fae Vampire Romance by Laxmi Hariharan





Available For Preorder

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Published on September 19, 2020 11:28
Nimue Brown Nimue Brown's blog:

Candles, prayers and magic

My first experience of using candles for prayers was in my late teens, visiting Gloucester cathedral. The cathedral continues to offer spaces where a person can light a candle as an act of prayer, and it’s something I and my family continue to do. The cathedral is a place I go to connect with my anc

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Published on September 19, 2020 02:30
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