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Claire Buss Claire Buss's blog:

A Slice of Cake With... Donise Sheppard

This week I am delighted to have a slice of cake with Donise Sheppard.
Donise Sheppard is co-owner of Pixie Forest Publishing and a fiction writer born in Ohio, but residing in Southern West Virginia with her husband and four children. She has six self-published novels on Amazon and six other sho... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 04:33
Ade Sobanjo Ade Sobanjo's blog:

God-Inspired Vision or Ambition?

When I wake up in the morning and begin to run around doing what I have to do, I am often reminded that I need to be running the vision that is inspired by God not the one inspired by my ambition.





I am amazed at the amount of impact (positive or negative) that an individual can make these days. Ho...

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Published on May 21, 2019 09:22
Sophie Elise Isachsen Sophie Elise Isachsen's blog:

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Foto. Nora Angeltvedt for Det Nye.



Ny podcastepisode er ute, du finner den her eller bare søk på Spotify


Hei fine dere! Gud, det var skikkelig hyggelig å logge inn på bloggen i dag, så søte kommentarer på forrige innlegg. Ikke noe spesielt egentlig, bare ingen som ga meg vondt i magen og det...

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Published on May 21, 2019 05:11
Amelia E. S. Amelia E. S.'s blog:

Because You Are You

High School, a different realm within itself. A different reality, where everything seems catastrophic, but really isn't. Believing that one rumor, will ruin you forever. Dramatic, right? Well, for one student it's true.

That student is Joey, a senior in high school. He's a shy and quiet kid, whos...

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Published on May 22, 2019 04:59
S.K. Nicholas S.K. Nicholas's blog:

Meeko

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She goes by the name of Meeko these days. Has done so for a while. I guess it’s understandable considering her mother’s Japanese. Not that I’ve ever met her mother, that is. I’m not sure why she chose herself that particular name. I’ve asked several times, but she never replies, ju...

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Published on May 21, 2019 11:29
Qua Qua's blog:

Monosyllabic

It strikes me as funny that the word whose definition is “having only one syllable” is five syllables long. I’d think the word monosyllabic would be a monosyllabic.
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Published on May 21, 2019 12:49
Michaela von Kügelgen Michaela von Kügelgen's blog:

Erfarenheter av att vara mentor

I dag var det dags för den avslutande mentorträffen i gruppmentoreringen vid Helsingfors universitet. Jag har alltså mentorerat tre studerande och vi har träffats en gång i månaden i sex månader plus inledande och avslutande träff. Före mentoreringen var jag rätt nervös. Är jag för ung? För oerfa...

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Published on May 21, 2019 10:56
Petra Hermans Petra Hermans's blog:

Next morning

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Photograph I : Petra Cecilia Maria Hermans


Next morning


The old lady is a princess without kingdom.

She has an empire.


The monkey in the Zoo has a religion

between black, dark and brown.


I will have a look, the next morning

what all of your wishes, supposed to mean, to me.


I say, to stand...

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Published on May 22, 2019 04:58
Soley Aragonés Rieke Soley Aragonés Rieke's blog:

Fantasía envolvente, mi lectura actual


¡Hola, soñadores!¿Cómo lleváis la semana?Os muestro mi lectura actual, un libro de fantasía que me tiene en ascuas. Además, "Pasto de las llamas" de Miguel Ángel Puerta, me ha devuelto a la época en la que leía a Tolkien. Me encanta que salgan elfos, enanos y todas las razas que puedas imaginar.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 00:58
Joan Livingston Joan Livingston's blog:

Back At It

After a three-month break, I have returned to writing my next novel. It’s the fourth in my Isabel Long Mystery Series, and I was a hundred pages into it when I was hired to run the editorial department of a daily newspaper. (More on that another time.) I gave myself permission to put the book dow...

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Published on May 22, 2019 03:54
Christine Goff Christine Goff's blog:

S.O.S—SAVE OUR SANITY, from the digital world

by K.J. Howe

The personal computer and smart phone promised to set us free from meaningless, repetitive tasks and generate free time to be our best, creative selves—oh yeah, and offer a paperless office. Sadly, the latest research in this domain demonstrates this promise was hollow. Our technolog... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 17:13
Ottavio Gesmundo Ottavio Gesmundo's blog:

Vegas peeps! Come see us perform tomorrow night at 10pm in...



Vegas peeps! Come see us perform tomorrow night at 10pm in downtown Las Vegas with @princesswendylatenight @theatticlv @nerdbarlv get tickets

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Published on May 21, 2019 10:48
Vivienne Strauss Vivienne Strauss's blog:

got the blues? check out the indigos!

Indigo stop and go.collage on paper


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Published on May 21, 2019 12:07
Mark   Hunter Mark Hunter's blog:

10 Things You Can Do to Prospect Faster

We all wish every lead turned into a great prospect and in less time. You probably also want it all to take you less time than it takes to decide what you want to eat for lunch. That would be the greatest customer, right? Yes, in a perfect world, that could happen. I would be happy to settle even...

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Published on May 21, 2019 23:45
Susan Feathers Susan Feathers's blog:

Unsheltered – Barbara Kingsolver

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With authors I value, like Barbara Kingsolver, the wait for a new work can often be lengthy. My wait was amply rewarded. In Unsheltered–2018 HarperCollins–she had created parallel narratives that articulate across two centuries in the American experience. Her device...

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Published on May 22, 2019 04:25
Megan Lowe Megan Lowe's blog:

Choose me review and release blitz, R.C Boldt

I loved this book, even as an Alabama fan who can’t stomach anything to do with Auburn, lol.I love childhood romances and seeing Hollis and Magnolia’s relationship grow and develop. It really did give you a full sense of their whole history and their whole story.Hollis at times broke my heart. He... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 05:00
Craig Martelle Craig Martelle's blog:

Craig & Michael Episode 8: Networking for Authors

Craig Martelle & Michael Anderle discuss networking for indies.

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Published on May 22, 2019 01:52
Susan Chamberlain Shipe Susan Chamberlain Shipe's blog:

Womanhood – Esther Part One

  Esther, also known as Hadassah This past weekend we heard an extraordinary message at church. I think the title of it was, “The Pressure to Perform.” And, as I pondered which woman would be my next focus in this series, Queen Esther came to mind. Esther shows up in Biblical history approximatel...

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Published on May 21, 2019 13:15
May Freighter May Freighter's blog:

Interview with Nicki Ruth

Tuesday is definitely a good day to introduce a new author to you. Wouldn't you agree? I would like to help you get to know Nicki Ruth. She is a Paranormal Romance author who loves historical romance, too. She's fun, chatty, and easy to get along with. I'm sure you guys will love her. Q1. … Conti...

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Published on May 21, 2019 07:44
Steven Ovadia Steven Ovadia's blog:

All Chromebooks will also be Linux laptops going forward

This is really cool. Instead of needing to use Crouton, ChromeOS will provide access to a terminal, which will let you run a Debian container. But with the terminal, you’ll probably be able to use just about any distro.


All Chromebooks will also be Linux laptops going forward | ZDNet


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Published on May 21, 2019 10:00
Eric Desmarais Eric Desmarais's blog:

Dear Pegasus – Being a Man

Dear Baby Pegasus,





As a parent, my goal is to help you be the best version of yourself you can be. That’s the goal, but on a daily basis I’m usually just trying to make sure you and your sister survive with limited trauma.





You’re on your way, two months now before you get here and I’m
terrified. I f...

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Published on May 21, 2019 05:00
Eduardo Pitta Eduardo Pitta's blog:

CONTAGEM DE TEMPO

Entrou hoje em vigor o Decreto-Lei n.º 65/2019, de 20 de Maio, relativo ao «congelamento ocorrido entre 2011 e 2017 nas carreiras, cargos ou categorias em que a progressão depende do decurso de determinado período de prestação de serviço.»
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Published on May 21, 2019 03:30
Danny Dorling Danny Dorling's blog:

Brexit and the end of the British Empire, Keele Public Lecture

With gratitude to the man from the Stoke area who asked the first question, after listening to this argument, and said: ‘You put me right’.


Title: Brexit and the End of the British Empire


Abstract: From Brexit the British may learn a great deal about themselves as a result of having voted to ‘Leave...

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Published on May 21, 2019 11:28
Resmiranda Resmiranda's blog:

Things are super awful rn please pray for me, comrades

Things are super awful rn please pray for me, comrades

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Published on May 21, 2019 22:45
Mike Domitrz Mike Domitrz's blog:

51: Insights of Ford Motor Company’s Transformation

How Ford Motor Company transformed their culture and the impact Alan Mulally had to make it happen – shared by Scott Monty, an executive, keynote speaker and advisor. Learn a...
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Published on May 22, 2019 00:00
Bruce Weindruch Bruce Weindruch's blog:

4 Considerations When Creating a Video from Archival Footage

Did you know that people watch more than 1 billion hours of YouTube per day? Or that video is 1,200% more likely than non-video content to be shared on social media? According to Social Media Today, these stats and others help to underscore the importance of video in marketing and as a tool for c...

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Published on May 21, 2019 13:21
M. Pattabiraman M. Pattabiraman's blog:

Nifty Valuation Tool: Find out if the stock market is expensive or cheap in multiple ways

Use this nifty valuation tool to find out if the stock market is expensive or cheap using PE, PB, Div Yield, Bollinger Bands and much more.  The idea to try and understand the state of the market...

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Published on May 21, 2019 23:06
Cristina Aguilera Cristina Aguilera's blog:

Leo caricatura en caja

¡Buenas!

Hoy traigo una nueva caricatura personalizada pintada a mano con acrílicos sobre una caja de madera posteriormente barnizada.

¿Quieres hacer un regalo original y artesano?

Pide tu presupuesto sin compromiso en: cristinaaguileraartistagrafica@gmail.com

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¡Hi!

Today I share a new personal...

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Published on May 22, 2019 00:00
Emmy van Ruijven Emmy van Ruijven's blog:

De Zwendelprins – Rima Orie

Na het lezen van het eerste hoofdstuk – dat nog voor verschijning beschikbaar werd gesteld – had ik nog meer zin om De Zwendelprins. Te gaan lezen. Het voelde sprookjesachtig, met een mooie beschrijvende schrijfstijl, een heel toffe setting en boeiende personages. Ik keek er enorm naar uit om het...

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Published on May 21, 2019 22:00
Andrew Comings Andrew Comings's blog:

Missionary Conference, 2019

Since the first one was held eight years ago, our state association’s missionary conference has become a highlight for our churches. Though we have had many good conferences, I have a hard time thinking of one that surpasses this year’s, held last week.


Our churches worked together on decorations,...

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Published on May 21, 2019 05:58
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Barbara Kingsolver Interview with Barbara Kingsolver
What happens when you've done everything right, but you can't pay your bills?



That's one of the questions Barbara Kingsolver probes in her new novel, Unsheltered . Weaving between the present and the past, it follows two families in Vineland, New Jersey, living in different moments of cultural crisis....more

Tana French Interview with Tana French
Dublin crime novelist Tana French has the kind of critical reviews that other writers would…well, die for. Her debut murder mystery, In the Woods , won rave reviews and multiple literary prizes upon its release in 2007. Since then, her books have tended to haunt the bestseller lists, on both sides of the pond, and for months at a time. British newspaper The Independent has dubbed French "The First Lady of Irish Crime," and The Washington Post says she is the most important crime novelist to emerge in the past ten years. ...more

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