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Linda Brendle Linda Brendle's blog:

Tatia’s Tattoo – Read Chapter 5 Here!

For the next few weeks I will be sharing the first several chapters Tatias Tattoo. Links to previous chapters are at the end of this post. Following is Chapter 5. Chapter 6 will be posted on Thursday. CHAPTER 5: THE DARKER SIDE OF ERIC Tatia looked up when the flight attendant began her pre-fligh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2020 05:00
Mira Kelley Mira Kelley's blog:

Something New Is Being Born In Me

How is your pandemic going? I am praying that my note finds you healthy and happy. I have been busier than ever. I wish I could be one of those people who feel bored right now. If there were ever a time where it is socially allowed and encouraged to rest it is right now, []


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Published on March 29, 2020 18:07
Raj Karamchedu Raj Karamchedu's blog:

BHIMPALASI by Kaushiki Chakraborty

This brings me peace first, and then agitates me, until I look within myself, separate the important from the rest, and take a deep breath. 

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Published on March 29, 2020 15:00
Leslie Hyla Winton Noble Leslie Hyla Winton Noble's blog:

RIP Colonialist – The Last Post

Dear followers of my dad, Les Nobles, blog. It is with great sadness that I have to inform you of Les untimely passing on the 13th March after a supremely courageous battle with cancer. He was ill for some time, Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 30, 2020 02:27
Jon G. Laiche Jon G. Laiche's blog:

BOOK REVIEW: Black Souls An adventure across cultures

I couldnt have said it better. The Reviewer was spot on, this is a great read. Enjoy it while sheltering in place. Jon G. -aka Jerry





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Sabina Gabrielli Carraras thriller Black Souls welcomes readers to both Ireland and Italy, but you dont have to live there to enjoy her dark BOOK

BOOK REVI...
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Published on March 29, 2020 11:28
Steve A. Wiggins Steve A. Wiggins's blog:

Distance Education

As an exile from academia, I do feel for my employed colleagues who are having to learn distance education techniques on the fly.  I do also feel compelled *ahem* to note that I was trained in online teaching long ago at Rutgers University.  The school declined to hire me then, and Ive had no off...

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Published on March 29, 2020 04:23
Fabio Pinna Fabio Pinna's blog:

Recensione di Lo schiavista di Paul Beatty

Recensione di Lo schiavista di Paul Beatty

Titolo: Lo schiavista


Autore: Paul Beatty
Pubblicato: Ottobre 2016 da Fazi
Collana: Le strade
Formato: Brossura, eBook Pagine: 369
ISBN / EAN: 9788876259418



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Published on March 29, 2020 07:30
Tamara Kulish Tamara Kulish's blog:

We are waves from the same sea

[image error]China sent medical masks to Italy, & wrote on the boxes a quote from a Roman poem: We are waves from the same sea; Japan had donated supplies to China. & wrote on the boxes a quote of a Chinese poem: We have different mountains & rivers, but we share the same sun, moon &a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2020 15:55
Nick Reichert Nick Reichert's blog:

How Well Has The Financial Fortress Performed?

I thought in this time of great uncertainty, it would be good to check in to see how the Financial Fortress has been performing.  I have literally been preparing for this since the Great Recession in 2006, in the belief that our financial cycles would continue to be extreme, just as we are seei... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2020 16:03
Lindsay Harper Lindsay Harper's blog:

The Other Side…my alternative view of the world.

Im writing this to try and stop me being annoyed at the current crisis. Its not really working! Im not going to blind you with science or figures; there are plenty of people out there working really hard to keep you informed with statistics and suchlike. This is going to be my view of the world t...

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Published on March 29, 2020 08:07
Enrico Sanna Enrico Sanna's blog:

Surrogati della Realtà

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La personalità autoritaria compare nel volume Pregiudizio e carattere (Vorurteil und Charakter, Frankfurter Hefte VII) pubblicato da Horkheimer e Adorno nel 1952. La traduzione italiana è tratta dal volume Adorno, Fromm, Horkheimer, Löwenthal,Marcuse, Pollock, La scuo...

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Published on March 29, 2020 19:42
Simona Tache Simona Tache's blog:

Cum ne putem face greul mai ușor

Râdem, glumim, circulăm meme-uri, dar ne e greu. Și e firesc să ne fie așa. Avem cu toții! momente de îngrijorare, de anxietate, uneori chiar de panică. Ce urmează sunt câteva lucruri pe care le fac și eu, pentru ca neliniștea, întrebările, îngrijorările, anxietatea să nu se generalizeze și să...

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Published on March 29, 2020 07:48
Bruce Dorminey Bruce Dorminey's blog:

Coronavirus Halts ESO’s Science Operations

Despite COVID-19, ESOs ELT still aims for 2025 first light
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Published on March 30, 2020 00:53
Octavia Cade Octavia Cade's blog:

Artist in Residence

[image error]Im currently the Square Edge/Massey University artist in residence! Its a three month position, with a visual artist coming in after me. Ive just completed my first week, and things are very exciting but also a little surreal. The residency is based in Palmerston North, a place Ive o...

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Published on March 30, 2020 02:40
John   Avery John Avery's blog:

Elderberries and Exercise

Elderberries and exercise are just two of the many
recommendations made to stay healthy. Along with vitamin C they help strengthen
the immune system. But what should we do to maintain our spiritual health? One
of the prayers Jesus told His followers to pray points us beyond taking wise
precautions to...

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Published on March 29, 2020 18:58
Annemarie Musawale Annemarie Musawale's blog:

This guy is calling on God to heal someone with Corona. Or to...

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This guy is calling on God to heal someone with Corona. Or to deliver us from corona (my lunje is the struggle)The people laughing in the background have probably been socialized (by we ourselves...

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Published on March 29, 2020 15:48
John Grochalski John Grochalski's blog:

day ONE THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED and SIXTY SIX

The Epidemic Within the Pandemic

As the pandemics numbers double
on the tote board like the national debt,
the United States already was fighting
an infectious epidemic. A virulent strain

Where more citizens were susceptible
than estimated and were contaminated by
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Published on March 29, 2020 06:01
Vicki A. Davis Vicki A. Davis's blog:

10 Essential Online Learning Best Practices – Free Webinar

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis

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We took our school from a physical school on a Friday to a distance learning campus by Monday. We didnt miss a day not yet. And the learning continues. I was asked today if Im sharing and certainly, I am. However, I wan...

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Published on March 29, 2020 19:59
James  Schwartz James Schwartz's blog:

Quarantine Journal #2 ☣



Late night writing...
Listening to the rain and sirens...
Washing over the cold cityscape...

Taking fear & sadness...

& laying it at the feet...
Of the medicine Buddha.
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Published on March 29, 2020 22:57
Peter  Wells Peter Wells's blog:

Maurice Le Garde.

I spent my twenties, which seems like youth to me now, working as an unpolished clerical worker for a paper merchants. In those days they tried to define your job in terms of its function and status and clerk seemed Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2020 23:49
Jennifer Faye Jennifer Faye's blog:

#Giveaway + Excerpt ~ The Most Eligible Lord In London by Ella Quinn... #books #historicalromance #readers #booklovers

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This post is part of a virtual book tour organized by Goddess Fish Promotions. The author will be awarding a $25 Amazon/BN GC to a randomly drawn host. Click on the tour banner to see the other stops on the tour.



In this captivating new Regency trilogy, bestselling author Ella Quinn pic...
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Published on March 29, 2020 21:00
Erin Reese Erin Reese's blog:

February Client Appreciation Special




Erin Reese is an author, spiritual guide, astrologer, and modern psychic reader based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She works with clients all over the world. For readings and spiritual counseling by Skype, phone or email, contact her directly. She can be reached at erin@erinreese.com. C... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 03, 2020 11:16
David P. Murray David P. Murray's blog:

The Health, Wealth, and Prosperity Gospel

Many reject Christ and Christianity because they are afraid of what they will lose and the pains they will suffer if they follow Christ.


The devil and many in the world have been very successful in maximizing the losses and minimizing the gains involved in following Christ. Lets call them the suff...

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Published on March 29, 2020 15:15
Alyne Roberts Alyne Roberts's blog:

Good Baby Fence Play Area

After 7 or 8 months, the babies sleep much less and begin to crawl, crawl and stand up. Its time to create a safe playground. A quiet and bounded area for them. I have to clarify, before starting to develop this post. That we believe and practice the game and free movement, without ties, with []


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Published on March 30, 2020 03:07
Julie Paul Julie Paul's blog:

Day 45

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Published on March 29, 2020 08:59
Megan Cutler Megan Cutler's blog:

Freebie Mondays: Dealing With Your Demons

I spend a lot of time scrolling through Pinterest looking for inspirational pins for my various novel boards. One day I stumbled across a writing prompt I couldnt resist. It read as follows:

Exorcist: Im here to remove the demon that has possessed you.

Me: I didnt call you.

Demon: I did.

Heres wh...

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Published on March 29, 2020 22:00
H.D. Russell H.D. Russell's blog:

Ever have that moment?

I was considering my family. The part I am, for somewhat obvious reasons, estranged from. While we have dramatically different views we arent hostile, we are at the least cordial. Hostility would never do in a proper southern family. We just dont speak of our differences when we are forced to be...

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Published on July 02, 2014 16:43
Abbi Wilder Abbi Wilder's blog:

The Multi-Layered Midpoint

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Happy Sunday, world! Hope everyone is healthy, safe and happy. Anyone else missing the #newamsterdam hangover? Seems that sneaky coronavirus is impacting all aspects of our lives. 





Today, is a writing chat kind of day. The picture above is from a movie called Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad...

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Published on March 29, 2020 14:00
Maggie Rudy Maggie Rudy's blog:

Enjoy your visit!One from the Mouseland archives



Enjoy your visit!

One from the Mouseland archives

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Published on March 29, 2020 09:12
Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield Caroline Fairbanks-Critchfield's blog:

Fat Quarter Fancy II - A New Free Fat Quarter Quilt Pattern!

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My first Fat Quarter Fancy quilt pattern is one of my most popular free quilt patterns and now you get a sequel!

This blog post has been converted to an optional PDF thats optimized for printing. Find it here. The blog post below contains everything you will need and it is totally free to read, p...

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Published on March 29, 2020 16:25
Linzé Brandon Linzé Brandon's blog:

A-to-Z Blog Challenge 2020 Theme reveal

April is almost here and this year I am taking part again in the blog challenge. I have guest posts and books and art and art journaling to share with you. There are still a few spots left if you are looking to feature a new book or would like share your creative journey with me and my readers.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 29, 2020 08:32
Matthew Carr Matthew Carr's blog:

Beware the Lies of March

In difficult times, its comforting and perhaps essential to believe that there is light at the end of the tunnel, but its also wise to bear in mind that there are always alternative possibilities. Historical tragedies are not like novels or theatrical tragedies.  They dont come with redemptive en...

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Published on March 29, 2020 04:47
Lea Wait Lea Wait's blog:

On Our Own In Maine–Part One

 


Given that everyone these days is more isolated than usual, those of us who blog regularly at Maine Crime Writers thought wed share how were doing with the whole self-isolation and social distancing thing. Of course, writers have an advantage we regularly hole up and avoid other people in order...

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Published on March 29, 2020 22:06
Thomas  Cannon Thomas Cannon's blog:

Change in Perspective

I told the following story to a group of young people.  My cofacilitator prompted it, but Im glad I told it.





I stopped at the grocery store before work one morning.  If Im late, I dont think anyone would notice, but I still am usually on time.  I get to the check out lane, which is stressful at th...

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Published on March 29, 2020 14:51
K.M. Rice K.M. Rice's blog:



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Published on March 29, 2020 12:55
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