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Warren Fahy Warren Fahy's blog:

Face of the Day

Face of the Day – Black and white hawk-eagle: https://i.pinimg.com/736x/3d/a3/10/3d...
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Published on July 11, 2020 21:35
R. Cameron Bryce R. Cameron Bryce's blog:

A message to our little girls, women are the New Warriors (Series): We’re Sailing a Sinking Sea . . . and Why Award-Winning Filmmaker Olivia O Wyatt’s Work is so Important

Wyatt occupies a realm all her own


Upcoming ethnographic documentary could be the last call -- we either wake up, or own the coming crisis that we brought on ourselves

[Editor’s note: a message to our little girls growing up:  women are the new warriors in the 21st centu

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Published on June 13, 2020 11:37
Keith Kunkler Keith Kunkler's blog:

I don't want

I don't want a world
where difference isn't celebrated
I don't want a world
without tolerance
I celebrate you
for you are unique
and differ
from me
celebrate
inspire and create
individuality
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Published on July 11, 2020 21:33
Jeannie Musick Jeannie Musick's blog:

Lilith Stories on Amazon

I am excited to announce that "Blood Wish" and "Fatal Drops" are now available in ebook on Amazon.com. I am getting much closer to releasing the Lilith novel and can't wait for that to happen.
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Published on July 11, 2020 20:49
Kevin    Thomas Kevin Thomas's blog:

This is a Strange Life We Live.

This world is strange. The powerful of this world have achieved their long planned goal in getting all to focus on their version of reality. The reason this is strange is due to reality is a byproduct (if you will) of past thoughts and actions.

Our Creator desires that we focus on our own thoughts, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 20:33
Richard    Seltzer Richard Seltzer's blog:

The End-Game Generation Seeks Meaning by Richard Seltzer

(excerpt from Lenses, a book-length collection of essays, in search of a publisher)

In an extended game of chess, there comes a moment when the tree of branching possibilities reverses − you visualize the ideal end position, and instead of from planning ahead, you begin to plan backwards, figuring o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 20:32
Bruce McCandless III Bruce McCandless III's blog:

Miserable

I’m miserable.
I am a 58-year-old man who lives in a booming city in the middle of a prosperous country. I’m in good health. In fact, I still run, ride my bike, and lift weights. I retired from the practice of law three months ago. I’m not rich, but my wife and I could stroll into any Toyota dealers Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 20:18
Miguel A. Sanchez-Rey Miguel A. Sanchez-Rey's blog:

NATO Science & Technology Organization CSO

NATO Science & Technology Organization CSO

The number of different mobile networks present in a coalition operation is increasing. No clear guidelines exist on how to connect these networks to form a heterogeneous coalition network at the tactical edge to support interoperability and improve the over Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 19:31
Raymond Gaynor Raymond Gaynor's blog:

FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS…

Just listened to Bob Dylan’s “Key West (Philosopher Pirate)” from his Rough and Rowdy Ways album on advice from a dear, dear person. Reminds me of Honolulu with a bit of Waikiki in the 90’s, and, “How come you didn’t fight to stay there with me…?” I need someone to fight for me. Want me that bad. It Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 19:57
L. A Nolan L. A Nolan's blog:

Hunter Or Hunted? Karnataka Style Cat & Mouse

The thrill of expedition is undeniable. In a jeep with an experienced and well-armed guide setting out to spot a predator is an adventure seekers dream. To view one of nature’s perfect killing machines in its natural habitat is exquisite. But…would you do it unprotected, unguided and exposed?


The pos

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Published on March 14, 2019 02:33
Justin Teerlinck Justin Teerlinck's blog:

"Egregiously Ridiculous" 19th Century Gothic Alt History Faux Brit Lit Novellas

New book release: Weekend At Byron's And Other Tales of the Wandering Shade is a collection of three novellas:

Weekend At Byron's, Bingo In Bedlam and July 3rd, 1776

If Charles Dickens and Lewis Carroll dropped acid together and then wrote a Gothic Penny Dreadful, it might have looked something like t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 19:33
Charlie M.P. Charlie M.P.'s blog:

Fantasmes féminins - liste non exhaustive

Photo Comme j’aime créer des fantasmes chez mes lecteurs (la raison pour laquelle j’écris, au fond), je suis souvent à l’affût moi-même d’idées. J’ai fait une liste de fantasmes féminins - mon lectorat étant majoritairement féminin - dans laquelle je pioche de temps en temps.
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Published on July 11, 2020 18:48
Carl Alves Carl Alves's blog:

10 Questions with Grady Hendrix

1. What made you want to help start the New York Asian Film Festival?

I used to go to the Music Palace down in Chinatown to see double features when I was in university and fell in love with Hong Kong movies there. Around 1999, the owners put it on the market and some other folks who also loved the p Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 19:08
Noor Al-Shanti Noor Al-Shanti's blog:

Planning a Novel

Ever since I made my website/blog on blogger I've been terrible at cross-posting my blog posts here.

Anyway, here's a link to my most recent blog post where I ramble about how I planned each of the novels I've written.

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Published on July 11, 2020 18:38
Charles Cassady Jr. Charles Cassady Jr.'s blog:

Illustrator being most patient

A co-worker whose drawings I most dearly want to see get into print with me might not be returning to work for health reasons. Hope we can keep in touch. The mutual project has likely been pushed back at least a year, but hopefully that gives her more time to practice her Apple software skills. What Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 18:30
Giselle Roeder Giselle Roeder's blog:

Memories of little Gila, a brief history lesson: 

The first of the “Nine Lives of Gila” – see “We Don’t Talk About That”:

[image error]Gila lived her first 30 years in three Germanys. She can’t remember her first 3 or 4 years, but she knows what happened. Hitler took over in 1933 because he promised work and bread for the starving population. Crimin

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Published on July 11, 2020 17:57
Andrew Seaton Andrew Seaton's blog:

Deep Intelligence not available

I wrote and self-published Deep Intelligence in 2010. It was never marketed, and was only sold by myself following conference talks and a series of articles in a Natural Parenting magazine about how parents can give their kids "A Truly Nurturing Education". So, there are fewer than 50 copies of Deep Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 17:47
Lisa Jensen Lisa Jensen's blog:

RUNAWAYS: CHAPTER 33

Chapter 33: THE DEVIL'S RING The next installment of my novel online, Runaways: A Tale Of Jonkanoo, a sequel to Witch from the Sea
That damned curse. Everywhere he went, he heard the same tale. There wasn’t a smuggler, merchant or huckster in all of Basseterre who hadn’t heard of the Devil’s Ring, an Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 17:42
Rita Lee Chapman Rita Lee Chapman's blog:

This week's guest author on www.ritaleechapman.com

My guest author this week is Rachel Stanley from the northwest of England. Rachel has just released her first book, A Grim Affair, written in the supernatural genre.

Rachel is now working on the second book in the trilogy but took time off to tell us about her cat, Cooper and to share an extract fro Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 17:23
S.W. Blayde S.W. Blayde's blog:

New Novel - The Breeder

I published a novel today titled "The Breeder." It takes place in the Old West in 1882, but it's not a Western. The time period was chosen because it needed to occur before artificial insemination came about.

The ASIN at Amazon is B08CSVXR58

At over 102,000 words, this novel is longer than my others, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 17:19
Bernie Morris Bernie Morris's blog:

Skinhead... the Life I Chose

Skinhead... The Life I Chose Memoirs of a Real Skin by Spike Pitt is still FREE for one more day. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Skinhead-Lif...
After that I will be following up with a giveaway draw. don't miss it! Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 17:13
Mark McLaughlin Mark McLaughlin's blog:

The Hell Next Door: A Novel




YOUR NEW NEIGHBOR HAS A SURPRISE FOR YOU….


THE HELL NEXT DOOR: A NOVEL by Mark McLaughlin
FREE on Kindle Unlimited: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08...
Paperback edition forthcoming.
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5...

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Published on July 11, 2020 17:06
Samie Foster Samie Foster's blog:

Meteor City is Now Out!

Hey everyone. There is some exciting news this week. Meteor City is done and is out in the wild. It should have been out a lot sooner. But it was a little tough to polish up for release, and took a long time do because of a lack of motivation. This is because its one of the darker stories I ever wro Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 16:49
Cary Neeper Cary Neeper's blog:

Great Slave Narratives

Great Slave Narratiaves, Introduction by Anna Bontomps, Beacon Press, Boston 1969.

These three tales of former slaves describe in thoughtful detail their experiences and personal reactions as they struggled and eventually made efforts to escape from slavery in the late 1770’s.

The tales were written Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 16:29
Clive S. Johnson Clive S. Johnson's blog:

Update on Dica Series Revisions

Having not long ago published revised versions of the first two volumes of the Dica Series (Leiyatel's Embrace and Of Weft and Weave), I've just published the revised 3rd volume, Last True World, complete with its new cover: click here to see all the Dica Series volumes and their latest covers

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Published on July 11, 2020 16:36
Steven Elliot Martyn Steven Elliot Martyn's blog:

Embodiment Matters Podcast: Embodying a Sacred Relationships with Earth

We had such an enlivening conversation with Steven which we’re so excited to share with you! In this conversation we talk about Steven’s history – …


The post Embodiment Matters Podcast: Embodying a Sacred Relationships with Earth appeared first on The Sacred Gardener.

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Published on June 13, 2020 06:08
Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan's blog:

About a review of one of my books

I was reviewing a comment about one of the books I wrote: What Jesus Said and How You Can Live It. One of the reviews mentioned that it had a lack of theological insight. I do not think that this statement is something that has merit because I do not think the source has any more theological backgro Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 16:11
Shannon Condon Shannon Condon's blog:

Subterfuge

I’m excited to announce Subterfuge, Book 4 of The Magdalena Series will be available 7/31/20 on Amazon! I never imagined the series would span four books and humbly thank my readers for your interest in Maggie and her ongoing struggle to have a family and be a black ops assassin. After this book, Ma Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 15:51
Keith  Hutson Keith Hutson's blog:

Hot Places

Whew! Things are really heating up, this summer! Okay, probably an ill-timed pun, but it is definitely hot where I am, with a heat index that has broken 110 degrees for the past several days. So, today, I'm going to talk about a few hot places I have written.

In the homeworld of Honor and Courage and Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 15:22
Michele Wucker Michele Wucker's blog:

THE GRAY RHINO Kindle Sale: $2.99 for July only

For July 2020 only, the Kindle/ebook edition of THE GRAY RHINO is on sale for $2.99 across all digital platforms. Don’t miss this chance to get your copy of the #1 best seller in financial risk management –and even better, gift it to friends and colleagues!





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Published on July 11, 2020 13:18
David R. Greatrix David R. Greatrix's blog:

A Return to Lahr

From p. 240 of FTTGOD, this is for all the Lahr Brats, RCAF Brats and CF Brats out there:

During the summer of 2015, just a few weeks after my father’s funeral, I visited Lahr, Germany, for a day. I had taken the train down from Frankfurt, where I was staying at that point in my trip to Europe (I ha Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 15:16
L.D. Inman L.D. Inman's blog:

Review: Alexandra Rowland, A Conspiracy of Truths

I really thought I was going to like this.









I can’t remember how A Conspiracy of Truths landed on my TBR pile — possibly through my online trivia league’s recent SFF trivia-fest — but it looked like my jam, to the hilt. In any case, a few months ago I went through the old TBR pile looking for a choice

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Published on July 11, 2020 10:49
Mary Detweiler Mary Detweiler's blog:

excerpt, When Success Isn't Enough

When I allowed God to be in the driver’s seat of my life, I experienced the peace and joy that can come only from God. When I put myself back in the driver’s seat of my life, I was looking for that peace and joy to come from human achievements and human relationships. What I received were the peace Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 14:59
R.J. Hore R.J. Hore's blog:

The Housetrap Chronicles - Two and Three

“Dial M for Mudder” is the second episode I wrote that fell into the Housetrap Chronicles format. It is also the only one that broke the opening mode I finally decided on. This tale starts off with the detective tracking a suspect through the gloomy city streets. From then on I used an opening chapt Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2020 14:54
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