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Angela Yuriko Smith Angela Yuriko Smith's blog:

#TBT | Return of the Linzner

Gordon Linzner


Last Thursday I shared an interview I did on Space and Time founder Gordon Linzner, and I mentioned I might be able to get another interview with him. I’ve had success!


The proper sacrifices have been made, the correct publicists placated and the moon is in correct alignment. The Fa...

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Published on August 22, 2019 11:00
Mary C. Findley Mary C. Findley's blog:

Beatitudes & Woes: A One-of-a-Kind Anthology — post by Mary C. Findley

From the Amazon book description — “Explore the Beatitudes and Woes of the Bible through the stories of thirteen Christian authors in this uniquely powerful anthology. These science fiction and fantasy stories will bring you to the point of tears, … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2019 15:27
Melanie Notkin Melanie Notkin's blog:

Re: Bio

Wow more like Hottie Auntie. I'd have a dozen with you.

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Published on August 03, 2012 09:58
Lynn Hallbrooks Lynn Hallbrooks's blog:

What's a Little Law & Disorder Among Friends? #Readers #ReadingCommunity #DoubleCrossLit

Double-Cross Lit banner for August 2019Military, historical fiction, and crime noir mash-up. I admit, I read a variety of genres and am loving the creative way that the founder of Double-Cross Lit mashes up the genres for the cross-promotional events. 

Law & Disorder is their theme for August 2019. The event will run from August 2...
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Published on August 23, 2019 00:00
Hermógenes Pérez de Arce Hermógenes Pérez de Arce's blog:

Derogando la Ley de la Oferta y la Demanda

Eugenio Tironi es un columnista de izquierda de "El Mercurio" que no ha podido resistir su impaciencia antes de su próxima columna y ha mandado hoy una carta al diario para comunicar públicamente la derrota de Milton Friedman, quien sostenía que la principal meta de las empresas era tener las may... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2019 10:21
Tony Dungy Tony Dungy's blog:

3 Ways You are Teaching the Golden Rule Wrong

Everyone has heard the Golden Rule: “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” It’s one of those basic rules that parents tell their kids to follow. But we may be showing our kids something different.


Here are 3 ways we sometimes misinterpret or misapply the cherished Golden Rule.


1. Do... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2019 21:15
Gary Revel Gary Revel's blog:

Jongleur Pictures Announces Expansion

With Jeff Olm and Patrick Wood joining the executive production team at Jongleur Pictures things are heating up. Jeff, who …
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Published on August 22, 2019 18:24
Mike    Moran Mike Moran's blog:

SearchChat Podcast: Surviving the Dog Days of Summer

As summer hits its hot, vacation-filled days the work world slows down for a minute. In these slower moments, there’s a chance to reflect on the speed of business. 





We discuss how B2B buyers are spending more time researching their purchases —75% said they are now using more sources and taking mor...

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Published on August 22, 2019 02:00
Tara Sutphen Tara Sutphen's blog:

No more self-sabotage


Do you have the energy to achieve the life you want, or are you self-sabotaging – Hypnotherapy with Tara #tarasutphen #hypnotherapy #sessions http://www.tarainsight.com @tara_insight #bewhoyouwanttobecome #becoming #strong #success #money #accomplish #learning #focus #weightloss #mindpower #prog...

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Published on August 22, 2019 09:22
Lydia Peever Lydia Peever's blog:

Mergers and Acquisitions – typicalbooks – episode 59 – August Haul

via https://youtu.be/k60ovdHlc-w Today we go over a few of the recent mergers and acquisitions. We stopped at three bookstores, the first being a Second and Charles and the two specific bookstores were Moravian Book Shop and the Old Library Bookshop in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. https://ift.tt/31Pg...

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Published on August 20, 2019 15:37
Bonnie Tharp Bonnie Tharp's blog:

The Five W’s

WHY do I write? My mind is filled with stories, characters, issues that need to be discussed, and sometimes a crazy idea or ten. Nature and the uniqueness of the human race and our pets often inspire me.





WHO do I write for? Mostly for women, but sensitive men have enjoyed my novels, too. Women hav...

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Published on August 22, 2019 14:23
Benjamin A. Railton Benjamin A. Railton's blog:

August 22, 2019: Cville Influences: Steve Cushman


[For this year’s annual post-Charlottesville-trip series, I wanted to share tributes to various folks who were important influences during my Cville years. Leading up to a special weekend post on a peer of mine who’s aiming to become a Cville influence in 2019!]On three reasons why I’ve been insp... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2019 03:00
Karen Ranney Karen Ranney's blog:

Home is the Hunter, Home from the Hill…

…and the doggy home from daycare. Plus, I’m home from the ophthalmologist. You know, those tests you have done when you’ve reached a certain dewiness in the Garden of Life. (Ahem.) Plus, a check on the glaucoma surgery done last year.

All is well. Nerves are perfect. Field of vision is great. Pres...

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Published on August 22, 2019 14:16
Meredith Allard Meredith Allard's blog:

Down Salem Way Free on Amazon

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If you’ve been wanting to read Down Salem Way, it’s available for free on Amazon today, 8/22, and tomorrow, 8/23.





Since we’re at it, the Loving Husband Trilogy and When It Rained at Hembry Castle are also free today and tomorrow. If you’ve been wanting to read any of my books but don...

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Published on August 22, 2019 13:33
Jane Litte Jane Litte's blog:

REVIEW: Unbreak Me by Michelle Hazen

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CW: Sexual assault, and scenes of remembered trauma and death from Hurricane Katrina, racism.

Dear Michelle Hazen,

I was attracted to Unbreak Me because it promised to be angsty and it was; but I wonder if my relationship with angsty reads is cooling.  Because my reaction to this...

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Published on August 22, 2019 06:00
Dan Roodt Dan Roodt's blog:

Brief: Die vyand se vlag wapper van die Kaap tot aan die kaplyn

Gisteraand dink ek weer aan daardie nagtelike ”river crossing” iewers diep in Angola (terloops ons troepe kon nie eintlik swem nie en ons leiergroep was heel nag in die water). Toe die skielike besef dat daar seker fokken krokodille was … Lees verder

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Published on August 22, 2019 09:02
Capri Montgomery Capri Montgomery's blog:

Friday Night Romance: Love In Music

This book is somewhat personal but a whole lot not personal too. So many of my books fall in that category and sometimes I don’t realize it right away and sometimes I do.

Anyway..Love In Music is on Barnes and Noble and it is also on Amazon.

[image error]Arashi Sakamoto is a man belonging to musi...

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Published on August 22, 2019 12:45
Mark L. Murphy Mark L. Murphy's blog:

Introducing AndroidX Tech

AndroidX Tech (https://androidx.tech) is a site that
I am maintaining that contains additional
information about the various androidx libraries, beyond what is offered
in the official documentation.
It arose from a variety of frustrations when trying to use these libraries and classes.



For example, ea...

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Published on August 22, 2019 06:03
Thomas E. Woods Jr. Thomas E. Woods Jr.'s blog:

Ep. 1476 Government, Food, Farmers, and You

John Moody returns to update us on government and its various agencies, and how they affect farmers, your food, and you.





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Published on August 22, 2019 08:32
Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr.'s blog:

Empires Fall From Grace

Years ago, Doug Casey mentioned in a correspondence to me, “Empires fall from grace with alarming speed.”

Every now and then, you receive a comment that, although it may have been stated casually, has a lasting effect, as it offers uncommon insight. For me, this was one of those and it’s one that...

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Published on August 22, 2019 21:01
Jeyamohan Jeyamohan's blog:

சிவப்பயல்


துவாரபாலகன
சஙகரபபிளளையும சககைககுருவும

என அணணாவுககு பெயர போடுமபோது அபபா ஒரு பெரிய தததுவச சிககலைச சநதிததார. சொலலபபோனால அமமாவும சிததபபாவும சேரநது அதை அவரமேல சுமததினாரகள. அபபா எலலா கேளவிகளுககும பழைய திருவிதாஙகூர ஆவணஙகளை நாடுபவர. “சூலைநோயககு நலலெணணை நலலதுனனு போடடிருககான, எழுநூறாம ஆணடு டாககுமெணடாக...

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Published on August 22, 2019 11:35
Stephen McClurg Stephen McClurg's blog:

Even if you knew the language you wouldn’t recognize the book: Italo Calvino’s post-compositional diagram for If on a winter’s night a traveler

I had wanted to start reading Italo Calvino, but wasn’t sure where to start. I found out that my wife had Invisible Cities, so I jumped in there. Cities easily won me over. Soon after everyone was telling me to read If on a winter’s night a traveler. I checked it out from the library, and read ab...

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Published on August 22, 2019 17:15
Diane O. McDonald Diane O. McDonald's blog:

The Adventures of Tweed

My story is actually based on a true story about a dog that lived in Scotland He was known by the locals and he did go into pubs. He even took a ferry to Ireland unaccompanied by his family. The rest of his story came from my imagination. I hope that you enjoy reading Tweeds adventure as much as...

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Published on April 17, 2011 16:05
Christine Young Christine Young's blog:

#Friday'sFeaturedTitle #Rock'nRomanceBoxedSet


Title: Rock'n Romance Boxed SetAuthor: Genie GabrielISBN: 978-1-62420-261-2
Genre: Contemporary RomanceExcerpt Heat Level: 1Book Heat Level: 2BLURB: Rock'n' Romance 
The Rockstar
The Bodyguard
Psychiatrist Julia Cabot's life has always gone according to plan -- until her husband's charming affabilit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 23, 2019 00:01
Joan Reeves Joan Reeves's blog:

Review: Mindhunter

If you want to watch something intelligent, well-acted and directed, tune in to Mindhunter.

Season 2 of this Netflix original dropped last week, and it's, well, compelling, creepy, captivating, horrifying, and just as riveting as a train wreck you can't help but watch.

Mindhunter, the Netflix seri... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 22, 2019 22:30
Nava Atlas Nava Atlas's blog:

Come Along with Me by Shirley Jackson (1968)

Come Along with Me is the novel Shirley Jackson (1919 – 1965) was working on at the time of her untimely death in 1965 at the age of forty-eight. This unfinished novel was collected in the book of the same title: Come Along with Me: Part of a novel, sixteen stories, and three lectures, and edited...

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Published on August 22, 2019 13:03
Eugene Volokh Eugene Volokh's blog:

[Orin S. Kerr] North Carolina Court Deepens Split on Private Searches of Digital Evidence

[An important Fourth Amendment issue that may be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.]


Imagine someone comes to the police and reports that she found evidence of a crime on someone else's computer that she was using.  She brings the computer to the police and asks them to investigate.  Here's the leg...

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Published on August 23, 2019 00:16
Alejandra Lunik Alejandra Lunik's blog:

Andá a lavar los platos

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Published on January 28, 2016 05:18
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