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Lidia Craveiro Lidia Craveiro's blog:

#Confissões 1



Não se exaltem com o título pois não pretendo falar aqui de segredos. Segredos são segredos e esses pertencem aos confecionarios e aos consultórios dos psicoterapeutas e devem ficar lá.
Mas vamos ao que me trouxe aqui hoje. Há algum tempo que não publico nada e achei que devia passar por cá, não... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 13:36
E. Chris Garrison E. Chris Garrison's blog:

Zwordplay.exe — Bradbury Challenge 11/52 Whiteboard Wednesday

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I’m a little behind on the weekly story challenge, but I’m especially proud of this latest! I also hope to have another out this week to catch up. This one is an experiment in story form and retro gaming.

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Published on May 22, 2019 07:37
Tony Curl Tony Curl's blog:

5 Steps to Become a Better Team Member

When it comes to choosing a candidate for a new job or a promotion, employers consistently say they want a team player. This means someone who will consistently put the team goals and accountability ahead of their own situation. While this sounds obvious, it really does at times go against our ow...

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Published on May 22, 2019 15:02
Jacopo Nacci Jacopo Nacci's blog:

Primi

A maggio sono successe un po’ di cose.







Il 15 è uscita la seconda classifica di qualità del 2019 indetta da L’Indiscreto ed erede della storica classifica di Pordenonelegge e Premio Dedalus, chiusa nel 2013; i trecentoventi giurati sono stati chiamati a votare i libri usciti dal primo febbraio a...

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Published on May 22, 2019 07:26
Gofi Müller Gofi Müller's blog:

Warum Kunst gerade heute so wichtig ist

Die Europa-Wahl steht an, und wir sehen uns als Menschen dieser Welt Problemen gegenüber, gegen die die Konflikte aus Game of Thrones ein Kindergeburtstag sind.





Ist es in so einer Situation überhaupt noch sinnvoll, Kunst zu machen oder zu genießen? Gibt es nicht viel Wichtigeres zu tun als das?
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Published on May 23, 2019 02:01
Stacy Bender Stacy Bender's blog:

Cat&Dragon – The Donut


Story by Stacy Bender


Dragon spotted the pastry on the edge of a small clearing. The golden brown dough was slathered with bright pink frosting and covered in confetti sprinkles.


“Who would forget their donut in the middle of the woods?”


Curiosity had Dragon taking a closer look. The donut rested...

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Published on May 22, 2019 08:00
Patrick Stuart Patrick Stuart's blog:

Oh the Humanity - a Review of Inquisitor

One of the best art books GW has ever put out.

Also the rules to a game are in here.

I think this inspired the creation of Eisenhorn, (more specifically the editor at Black library faxed Dan Abnett a bunch of the art for this and then he spontaneously wrote Eisehorn). Eisenhorn was good, but also m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 14:11
Lisa Berne Lisa Berne's blog:

“Types of self-care”

I love this infographic! Self-care is SO important.


Graphic: Types of self-care

via the Pub-Craft Team


My biggest strategies from this graphic: nature, hobbies, time together, and an organized space. What are yours?

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:48
Paris Marx Paris Marx's blog:
Lori   Alexander Lori Alexander's blog:

There is NO Way For Women to Instruct the Gathered Church


“The women e-mailing me regularly are not worried about winning the pulpit. They’re still facing opposition over teaching the Bible to other women. They are fighting to be seen as necessary beyond children’s ministry and women’s ministry. They are fighting to contribute more than hospitality or...

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:00
Ellen Grace O'Brian Ellen Grace O'Brian's blog:

Life in Dynamic Balance: How to Prosper Without Losing Your Soul

Yogacharya O’Brian shares her acquired wisdom on prosperity and true wealth with Yogi Cameron. In this illuminating interview, Yogacharya explains how these principles connect to spirituality and our material world, and shows us how we […]

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Published on May 23, 2019 03:42
Lucas Mangum Lucas Mangum's blog:

Blood and Brimstone, Chapter 9 – Free Serial Novel

Blood and Brimstone, the free sequel to my paranormal romance Flesh and Fire, continues below. You can get caught up on previous chapters here.

Melissa locked the door to the bedroom and stripped naked. She pulled the page ripped from Katie’s journal and unfolded it, stared into the eyes of the...

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Published on May 22, 2019 12:50
Gem Stone Gem Stone's blog:

I’m Marrying A Sim

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Yes, I know this sounds insane but I swear it’s true.


My daughter and I came to this conclusion the other day.


It was a day like any other. We went to work, came home, had tea, did the usual daily chores… It was evening when we discovered this startling revelation.


It happened when my...

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Published on May 22, 2019 13:56
Margaret Sorick Margaret Sorick's blog:

For the Birds

I love all four seasons, but this time of year has to be my favorite. I have all the windows open overnight so that I wake in the morning to the sound of the birds singing. Our current house is technically in the suburbs but it’s nestled in the woods on a narrow, lonely road. … Continue reading F... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 05:30
Paromita Goswami Paromita Goswami's blog:

Book Review: The Timepiece

Get ready for a short contest friends. The Clockmaker #supernaturalsuspense #paranormal is all set to release on 26.05.2019.

Please save the date.

Meanwhile you can check the prelude of the book in

THE TIMEPIECE

Blurb:

Bauji misses the last bus to his home and takes a short cut through the jungle...

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Published on May 22, 2019 09:29
Justine Laismith Justine Laismith's blog:

Four Lesser-Known Chinese New Year Facts

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Chinese New Year (CNY) is the biggest Chinese festival. In the earlier scenes of my middle grade book, Kai and his family are celebrating Chinese New Year and I described a few of the more common traditions like reunion dinner. If this is the first time you’ve come across Chinese Ne...

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Published on May 22, 2019 22:30
Kent Wayne Kent Wayne's blog:

Episode #43 of Strained Brains Podcast is UP!

SnerBoppenSorgen McHorkenGorken!  Episode #43 of Strained Brains Podcast is UP!  This is part 2 of 3 where me and Burt Murdock—an “elite” military guy, and the fellow who introduced me to psychedelics (fictionally, of course)—engage in a second bullshit session and blah bleh fucking blah about no...

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Published on May 22, 2019 15:00
C.A.  Davidson C.A. Davidson's blog:

Political Cartoon: AOC Socialism Explained—End Result

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Published on May 22, 2019 13:00
Liz Palmer Liz Palmer's blog:

European Wine is dominating Canada

New statistics released last month by Canada’s national statistics agency confirm that wine is increasingly gaining popularity. Canadian consumers’ attention … Continue reading "European Wine is dominating Canada"


The post European Wine is dominating Canada appeared first on .

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Published on May 22, 2019 18:49
Tyler Colins Tyler Colins's blog:

An Amateur Sleuth by Any Other Name . . . Wouldn’t be Nancy Drew

A wee while ago, when tra-la-la-la-ing over to Nostalgia-Land, I reviewed three Nancy Drew mysteries.  Yes, I admit I’m kinda hooked because, since then, three more have been happily perused.


Still enjoying the series—but the “classic” ones (read during youth) as opposed to the “newer” ones (revam...

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:26
Danny Dorling Danny Dorling's blog:

What Brexit (and its aftermath) teaches us about Britain

With gratitude to the woman who founded the Brexit party for coming along and asking the world’s longest ever question. Hopefully you are intrigued.


The curse of the public Brexit lecture continues. Within just a few days of speaking on Brexit at The Heseltine Institute for Public Policy, Practic...

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Published on May 22, 2019 10:23
Joanne Van Leerdam Joanne Van Leerdam's blog:

A Favourite Classic Novel: ‘Les Miserables’ by Victor Hugo

Set in France during the first decades of the 19th century, this is a story of the struggles of the lower classes — the miserable, the dispossessed, and the dissatisfied.  While many people in the 21st century know the story because of the highly popular and quite magnificent musical theatre show... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 23, 2019 02:45
Didi Oviatt Didi Oviatt's blog:

#review #5stars Kalorama Road, by E. Denise Billups #NextChapterPub

My Review:

WOW, what a read!  I’m kicking myself for taking so long to pick this book up. It’s been on my list since it was first released, and it’s AMAZING!  I think the best word I can come up with to sum up the story as a whole is unique! Paranormal isn’t my usual go-to, but I do thoroughly enj...

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Published on May 22, 2019 15:40
Sophie Elise Isachsen Sophie Elise Isachsen's blog:

NY VIDEO – HOUSETOUR!

Det tok sin tid, men nå er endelig housetour ute! Og i kjent stil blir man jo aldri ferdig med å kjøpe nytt, flytte på ting, pusse opp.. Haha. Det er fortsatt mye jeg ønsker å endre på og møbler som må kjøpes, men dette var jo bedre enn ingenting. Om noen av dere har tips til hvor jeg kan kjøpe f...

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Published on May 22, 2019 12:54
S. Jane Sloat S. Jane Sloat's blog:

A thing about America

One thing about America is people are so much more … what?

Friendly?

Open?

Unreserved?

All of the above?

I don’t know if ‘friendly’ is really it. ‘Open’ has its limits. I’m going with ‘unreserved.’

My mother lives across the street from a shopping center, where I have to cross an expansive parkin...

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Published on May 22, 2019 17:59
Wilma Espaillat English Wilma Espaillat English's blog:

MANAGE YOUR MIND (Boot Camp for Creators & Dreamers #8)

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We dreamers and creators are always working toward a goal or dealing with a problem; waiting and hoping for answers and breakthroughs. Along the journey to realizing our hopes and aspirations we’ll encounter opposition and setbacks, and we’ll need to be able to endure delays and disappoin...

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Published on May 22, 2019 21:01
Martin Fone Martin Fone's blog:

Book Corner – May 2019 (4)

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The Rector – Margaret Oliphant


Am I on a one-man mission to rehabilitate the reputation of the Scottish writer, Margaret Oliphant, or am I just addicted to series of books? If the latter, I’m going the wrong way about it as having recently read Miss Marjoribanks, which is a later...

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Published on May 22, 2019 11:00
Ernesto Castro Córdoba Ernesto Castro Córdoba's blog:

Hoy ha muerto tu abuelo: diario de lectura de A la busca del tiempo perdido (22/05/2019)

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Hoy ha muerto tu abuelo.

Hoy no va a haber tiempo ni de leer ni de escribir.

Y, sin embargo, nada puede evitar que este hecho forme parte de tu diario de lectura de lectura de A la busca del tiempo perdido.

Nada más apropiado y doloroso que este hecho iletrado.

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Published on May 22, 2019 07:52
Ton van 't Hof Ton van 't Hof's blog:

Mediteerde. Had een zootje gedachten over dingen die ik n...

Mediteerde. Had een zootje gedachten over dingen die ik nog moet doen of zou moeten doen. At een appel. Zag de zee lichtjes deinen en gaf het weer een 8. Las een interessante invulling van het cruciale kenmerk van poëzie: ‘Creeley’s reading was a revelation. He so clearly read the silence at the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 10:25
C. Renee Freeman C. Renee Freeman's blog:

The Language of Motherhood

While I walked G at the beach one morning, we passed two ladies who were jogging. (Well, they would call it jogging, but I swear G and I were walking faster.) Both ladies were obviously moms based upon their conversation. One of them commented that it was the first time she had been away from the...

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Published on May 22, 2019 05:00
Santiago Macias Santiago Macias's blog:

AS VELOCIDADES DA CIDADE

Quem escolhe os ritmos somos nós. Ontem, olhei para o relógio e percebi que tinha tempo de sobra antes de chegar aos antigos Armazéns Sommer. Minutos mais tarde, iria andar dentro e fora da cerca velha de Lisboa. As fotografias e as filmagens prolongaram-se por boa parte da manhã. Antes, os 1450... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 16:07
Tamara Ruth Tamara Ruth's blog:

The Soul Destroyer Review -- I SOOOO Recommend

Picture I'm a huge Elicia Hyder fan and have been for several years now. I own ALL of her books.  EVERY BOOK SHE'S EVER WRITTEN. Just putting that fact out there because her newest book does not disappoint. The Soul Destroyer is amazing.

Told from the perspective of Warren Parish, the man who is now the... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 19:27
Cyndi Turner Cyndi Turner's blog:

41st National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) Conference held in Washington, DC.

Cyndi Turner and Craig James attended the 41st National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) Conference held at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC.  With the conference theme, Establishing and Implementing the Core Competencies of Addiction Treatment Operation, the emphasis...

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Published on May 10, 2019 05:33
Elizabeth Amy Hajek Elizabeth Amy Hajek's blog:

The Other Part of Katie's Name Story

I can't believe I forgot the best part of Katie's name story!!!

So when I was a little girl, my dad gave me a baby doll when my baby brother was born. I loooooved that doll. And her name was Katie.

Where the name Katie came from, I have no clue. There was a neighbor girl named Catherine, but we mov... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 10:08
Joab Stieglitz Joab Stieglitz's blog:

Escape Velocity Starts Friday

Escape Velocity starts Friday at National Harbor. I’ll be in booth D12. See you there. Share List
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Published on May 22, 2019 05:36
Sara  Jewell Sara Jewell's blog:

Time To Sit and Watch the Osprey

Thank you, Odette Barr, for this gift of your beautiful artwork.
Or rather, that title should read, "No time to sit and watch the osprey." If I'm that busy, I need to pause and relax, right?
The weather, however, is utterly NOT conducive to sitting outside watching anyone, so I'm fine with keeping... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 09:18
Bookschatter Bookschatter's blog:

✉ My Ideal Writing Space - Cerian Hebert

Today author Cerian Hebert takes over our blog to tell us about her  Ideal Writing Space.  The Storm Within  (15 November 2017, Soul Mate Publishing, LLC, 125 pages), a Paranormal Romance, is book eleven in the multi-author series  The Soul Mate Tree .

"This one might just rip out your heart a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 16:03
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