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H.A. Larson H.A. Larson's blog:

Garden Path Tour 2019


Highways 75 and 77 runs part of their length through Omaha and Sioux City. Collectively, in that area, they are known as the Lewis and Clark Scenic Byway. Now, if there's anything you know about me from reading this blog over the years, it's that I love scenic byways. Off the beaten path, sceni... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 05:17
A.M. Leibowitz A.M. Leibowitz's blog:

Rainbow Snippets: Sleepyhead

Happy Saturday! It’s been a while. I meant to keep posting, but this summer got out of control. For those who don’t know, I have an autoimmune disorder. We were still playing around with diagnoses and meds, and things happened. There’s more detail elsewhere on my blog for the very curious.

Anyway...

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Published on September 21, 2019 08:36
Elizabeth   Stevens Elizabeth Stevens's blog:

Big Book Competition

In awesome news, I've had a very exciting win.Keeping Up Appearances won the silver medal in the YA - General Category in the Reader's Favorite 2019 International Book Awards. And to celebrate, I'm running a competition.Up for grabs are three levels of prizes:First Prize - 1 x a complete Elizabet... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 00:28
Pearl Zhu Pearl Zhu's blog:

The Monthly “Change Agent CIO” Book Tuning: IT Led Digital Transformation Sep. 2019

Change is inevitable, organizational change has become a common practice within an organization, but too often changes are made as a reaction to outer impulses, crisis, and demands. This is the bureaucracy’s way of meeting the challenges. A digital transformation is achieved via dynamic Strateg... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 23:09
Robert  Muir Robert Muir's blog:

On urban planning

sIn Toronto, one trend beginning to become popular lately and long overdue is the focus away from the longstanding and largely American notion that 'the car is king and that's that' period.  City planning is actually becoming a little more user friendly for people as opposed by being ruled by the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 07:07
Jerry A. Coyne Jerry A. Coyne's blog:

Photos of readers

Send your photos, in please (2 max); I have a decent number but there are a lot of subscribers.


Today’s reader is Loren Parfitt from Vancouver, and his notes are indented (cat photo is lagniappe):


I have been following your blog since 2014.  I am an atheist, likely for my whole life (haha I cant r...

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Published on September 21, 2019 12:15
Linda Petersen Linda Petersen's blog:

Pottery Barn Task Lighting

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Published on September 22, 2019 02:41
Jon Thorsen Jon Thorsen's blog:

Domaine Bousquet Reserve Malbec – Fresh and Juicy

Well-made and priced right, the Domaine Bousquet Reserve Malbec.

Domaine Bousquet Reserve Malbec – Fresh and Juicy

85% Malbec, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Merlot and 5% Syrah (all organically grown) from estate vineyards at an altitude of 4000ft in Gualtallary Valley, Tupungato, Uco Valley, Mendoza, Argentina. The wine is aged in French oak...

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Published on September 21, 2019 09:11
John C. Tibbetts John C. Tibbetts's blog:

AD ASTRA

Written and directed by James Gray and starring Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones. Cinematography by Hoyte van Hoytema and music by Max Richter. AD ASTRA recalls Judith Merrill’s classic definition of science fiction as “whirling wheels and soft footfalls of thought.” Here, the wheels—all the hardwar... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 06:35
Effie Deans Effie Deans's blog:

Is a shared future possible in Scotland?



I can’t really see how there can be another referendum on anything in the UK. What would be the point? But the problem with holding referendums has been demonstrated lately not merely by losers trying to block the result in Parliament and through the courts, but perhaps more importantly by it bec... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 00:11
Franz Kiekeben Franz Kiekeben's blog:

ON THE DIVINE COMMAND THEORY, PART 1

If you ask the average believer why killing an innocent person is wrong, chances are they will say something like, “because God commanded us not to murder.” This suggests that most Christians agree with the traditional Divine Command Theory (DCT). On this theory, what makes something right or wro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 09:13
Jonathan  Clements Jonathan Clements's blog:

Staying Positive

PRESIDENT TRUMP recently criticized��the Federal Reserve���yet again. Calling Fed Chair Jerome Powell and his colleagues ���boneheads,��� the president expressed frustration that they haven’t done more to lower interest rates. Specifically, the president said we should, ���get our interest rates...

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Published on September 22, 2019 00:00
Mark Y. Herring Mark Y. Herring's blog:

Library Hours This Week

Dacus Library hours for the week of Monday, September 23rd to Sunday, September 29th: Building Hours Commons Desk Hours Monday – Thursday 24 Hours 8:00 AM to Midnight Friday Closes at 7:00 PM 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM Sunday Opens at 1:00 PM 1:00 […]
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Published on September 22, 2019 03:00
Linda   Thorne Linda Thorne's blog:

My Post on Killer Nashville Conference published on Make Mine Mystery

MAKE MINE MYSTERY Fun Time at Killer Nashville’s 2019 International Writers’ Conference by Linda Thorne What a fun time I had last month at Killer Nashville’s Writers’ Conference. This year the guests were Alexandra Ivy, David Morrell, and Joyce Carol … Continue reading →


The post My Post on Kille...

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Published on September 21, 2019 08:36
Jennifer Brookins Jennifer Brookins's blog:

on this cold winter day

on this cold winter day

aviaries of black birds feast on summer leavings

white tail deer munch in my garden

vagabond neighbors always welcome at our table

sometimes late in the day

I see flocks of winged birds headed for more supper-fields

Oh Weaver

guide them to your special place

where huckleberries gr...

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Published on September 21, 2019 05:59
Artemy Lebedev Artemy Lebedev's blog:

Клаб сэндвич

Пиздец, больше всего на свете ненавижу клубный сэндвич, самое популярное блюдо в ночном меню всех крупных гостиниц мира.

Клубный сэндвич - это четыре треугольных наборных бутерброда на шпажках и картоха фри рядом.

Все это очень вкусно, но по рецепту хлеб для этого сэндвича сильно тостуется, в резу... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 01:00
April Munday April Munday's blog:

Medieval Textile Tools

This week we’re back at City Museum in Winchester, but looking at things from a slightly different angle. Earlier this year I wrote a series of posts about how some textiles were produced in the Middle Ages. You can find … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 21, 2019 23:17
Karl-Olov Arnstberg Karl-Olov Arnstberg's blog:

Bloggläsare början av september 2019

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Min far är en hårdnackad miljömuppe, vars stora idol är Greta Thunberg. Han kan inte smälta att jag röstar på Sverigedemokraterna, och menar att man kan jämställa dagens nysvenskar, från Somalia, Eritrea och Afghanistan, med äldre tiders invandrare från Östeuropa – de som ofta hade...

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Published on September 21, 2019 16:39
Andrea Nourse Andrea Nourse's blog:

The Stillwater Girls, Minka Kent





**Review**





The Stillwater Girls, Minka Kent





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Wow. From page one I was hooked. I needed to uncover everything and kept making guesses along the way. Some right. Some wrong.





The voice of this novel was amazing. The writing flowed easily and allowed me to immerse myself in the characters.





I absolut...

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Published on September 21, 2019 09:49
Randal Rauser Randal Rauser's blog:

On Ham-Fisted Young Earth Creationism

Today, I started listening to a new debate on Unbelievable between young-earth creationist Ken Ham and old-earth creationist Jeff Zweerink. Before listening, I tweeted that I was not sure it was still worthwhile to debate the young-earth creationist position. I should have qualified that a bit: i...

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Published on September 21, 2019 16:23
Caroline de Maigret Caroline de Maigret's blog:

Last night at the Gala de l’Opera ✨#ChanelandDance with...



Last night at the Gala de l’Opera ✨#ChanelandDance with @yarolpoupaud

Hair and makeup @camilloumakeup (à Opéra Garnier)

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Published on September 21, 2019 11:06
Darren Hill Darren Hill's blog:

The Autumn Equinox and all is not in balance

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I have been absent here for a bit. I may be absent a little more. I’m thinking about who I am and what I should be doing. I’m looking for a little balance. And here comes the equinox, a time of balance. I feel out of balance at the moment, hence the absence. While I seek, I create....

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Published on September 21, 2019 11:31
Eloise De Sousa Eloise De Sousa's blog:

Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Book Marketing – Online Watering Holes for Authors – Twitter – Step by step guide set up for authors – Sally Cronin.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine




So far in this series I have focused on Amazon Author pages, Goodreads and the book marketing potential of your covers, titles, tag lines and key words and making best use of your blog: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/sallys-cafe-and-bookstore-book-marke...

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Published on September 21, 2019 23:52
Dara J. Nelson Dara J. Nelson's blog:

~Release Blog Tour~ Dine with Me by Layla Reyne

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  Miller and Clancy’s delicious courtship will make foodie romance fans swoon. Readers will be rooting for that HEA from the first page.


– Adriana Herrera, author of the Dreamers series


  Breathtakingly emotional and deeply resonant, this foodie trip romance will have you reach...

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Published on September 21, 2019 06:06
Annabel Navarro Annabel Navarro's blog:

Esos valients machitos

Pamplona. Sabadell. Manresa. Bilbao. Las violaciones en grupo parecen haberse convertido en la última moda viral; al parecer, someter a

... Continuar leyendo → Esos valients machitos publicado por Annabel Navarro.

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Published on September 14, 2019 07:41
Juliette Sartre Juliette Sartre's blog:

El Diario de Sartre | Mi marido no me deja leer erótica

Hace un tiempo hablando con una lectora, me comentaba que le había gustado mucho Deshojando Margaritas. Continuó comentándome que de todas mis novelas, la que más le había gustado había sido Bésame bajo la lluvia. Yo, entre abrumada y avergonzada, le di las gracias y le indiqué que pronto (quie... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 30, 2019 04:50
Susan M.B. Preston Susan M.B. Preston's blog:

The Lonely Life of a Carer

Being a Carer is a lonely life So, unless a person who has a chronic illness lives alone and has no visitors, that person has at least one Carer. It is a task which is misunderstood or not understood.






Life as a Carer…



Life as a Carer is not easy, and is often lonely. Many times it involve...

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Published on September 21, 2019 19:46
Greg Pak Greg Pak's blog:

2019.09.21 – Greg Pak, Minh Lê, and Jade Feng Lee at Fantom Comics in Washington, DC – TODAY at 2 pm!

Thrilled to be on my way to Washington, DC for a Q&A and signing at Fantom Comics TODAY at 2 pm! If you’re in the DC area, please do come see!


The event is co-sponsored by OCA and will also feature great comics creators Minh Lê and Jade Feng Lee in a conversation about Asian Americans in comic...

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Published on September 21, 2019 06:51
Shannon Cutts Shannon Cutts's blog:

Day 230: The Small Spiky Tortoise

When you’re ancient, you can feel it in your bones….literally. Every tiny but mighty footprint you take evokes the legends of the mighty and enormous beings you predated and then outlived. If that popular so-called “reality” show about survival that the large shell-less beings seem to favor accep... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 22, 2019 00:00
Henry Gee Henry Gee's blog:

It Has Not Escaped Our Notice

This one borrowed liberated shamelessly stolen from Professor S. C. Of London, who was on his holidays in Ireland.

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Published on September 22, 2019 01:52
John  Collings John Collings's blog:

Chatachuk in the Rain – More from Bangkok

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I have been told that the month of September in Thailand is part of the rainy season, and even though, I have seen more rain storms during the short time I have lived out than I would ever experience in five years in Colorado, they have been short b...

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Published on September 21, 2019 18:05
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