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Victoria Zigler Victoria Zigler's blog:
I had my first shot this past Friday (July 13th).

It's too soon to know if it's going to do anything, but I thought those who have been following my medical news would want to know I've had it. The next shot is scheduled for August 10th at 2:30pm.

While I was there, I had them weigh me.

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Published on July 15, 2018 02:00 • 1 view
Laura Speller Laura Speller's blog:
I've been writing for years, almost for as long as I can remember. I love to write stories and make up my own characters and worlds. Making up your own stuff is a lot of fun. I'm always thinking about my next story and my current stories and my past stories. I look for inspiration everywhere.
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Published on July 16, 2018 01:21 • 1 view
Wayne J. Lutz Wayne J. Lutz's blog:
Last year I planted a small bare root red currant. This year it’s grown considerably and developed clusters of berries on previous year’s branches. I was surprised at how many. Last week they all started to ripen at once.

I’ve tasted a few and found them too sour to eat raw. The label said they m... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 09:30 • 3 views
Annie Douglass Lima Annie Douglass Lima's blog:
On Tour with Prism Book Tours
Welcome to the Book Blitz for The Celery Patch By Samantha Bayarr
Learn more about the start of this new Amish romance series with
touch of mystery,   read an excerpt, and enter the giveaway below...

The Celery Patch
(Amish Acres #1)
By Samantha Bayarr
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Published on July 15, 2018 08:00 • 1 view
Niall Teasdale Niall Teasdale's blog:

This is the bit where I give you the bad news first and the good news later. If you haven’t already guessed, I’m going to be charging more for some of my books. Basically, I’ve been charging $2.99 (or the equivalent in other currencies) since I started publishing my books. I think it’s a good pri...

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Published on July 15, 2018 07:08 • 5 views
Ayaan Hirsi Ali Ayaan Hirsi Ali's blog:

As the first “full” and “formal” meeting between American and Russian leaders since the one between Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev in 2010, the summit in Helsinki this week is long overdue and could be helpful in a number of ways. The subjunctive mood of “could,” however, is the key to the fram...

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Published on July 15, 2018 09:56 • 4 views
Orna Ross Orna Ross's blog:

Sunday Inspirational Poetry promise me


Promise me, that when the leaves turn in the wind or in the falling, you’ll remember.


The post Sunday Inspirational Poetry: Promise Me appeared first on Indie Author Orna Ross.

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Published on July 15, 2018 02:00 • 4 views
Megan Rose Gedris Megan Rose Gedris's blog:
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Published on July 15, 2018 09:42 • 1 view
Scott Kelby Scott Kelby's blog:


For the past few months, we’ve been quietly testing a new membership tier for aspiring photographers who have wanted to join KelbyOne’s Pro Plan but the $19.95 a month was just a little out of their reach. Well, this new lower-priced tier has been such a hit, that now we’ve made it official an...

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Published on July 16, 2018 00:16 • 1 view
Will Buckingham Will Buckingham's blog:

Today is the official publication day for my travel memoir, Stealing With the Eyes: Imaginings and Incantations in Indonesia. I always feel both excited and a little apprehensive to see a new book make its way into the world. I’ve heard via the grape-vine that there are a few reviews coming out h...

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Published on July 15, 2018 07:30 • 4 views
Mindy Kaling Mindy Kaling's blog:

You’re so good at this. ❤

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Published on July 15, 2018 00:59 • 4 views
Michelle Betham Michelle Betham's blog:

It's out today! Till Death Do Us Part - the 4th and FINAL INSTALLMENT of THE WIFE

Writing as ML Roberts, The Wife Series  - my first foray into the psychological thriller/domestic drama genre - comes to an end with the culmination of Ellie's story. Will she finally find the answers she's bee... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 02, 2018 03:22 • 4 views
Marie August Marie August's blog:
180 Seconds Cover Fabulous, slow-burn, New Adult romance

180 Seconds by Jessica Park[image error]

Reading Level: New Adult Romance
Release Date: April 25, 2017
Pages: 302 pages
Publisher: Skyscape
Source: Purchased
Reviewed By: Kate McMurry

Allison Dennis is an emotionally damaged loner. After years in foster car...

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Published on July 15, 2018 10:34 • 5 views
Christine Young Christine Young's blog:


Legacy RebornGenie GabrielExcerpt Heat Level: 1Book Heat Level: 2
An attorney devoted to social causes and a burned out women's advocate help save their home town while struggling not to fall in love. However, an unintended pregnancy and a gift from the heart lead them on a journey to new possibi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2018 00:01 • 3 views
Megan Derr Megan Derr's blog:

I honestly had no desire to write this post. I'm tired of fighting with people I considered friends. I'm tired of finding that I've burned another bridge. I'm tired o feeling like my entire damn community hates me. I just want to be left in peace to write, publish, and be with my family and frien... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 07:09 • 5 views
Michelle Franklin Michelle Franklin's blog:
While there are many things around the keep that have changed over the years-- the amount of children running about, the number of captains and commanders marching through the barracks, the amount of cake that is eaten in the larder-- there is one thing that always remains the same:

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Published on July 15, 2018 20:15 • 1 view
Barry Maz Barry Maz's blog:
Staying in the more affordable part of the ukulele spectrum this week, and another first for a uke brand on the site. This is the RFU11Z Concert Ukulele from Ortega Guitars. Ortega RFU11Z Concert Ukulele
Ortega are German musical instrument brand with more than ukuleles to their name. As well as ukes you will find Ortega guit... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 04:10 • 1 view
Betsy Robinson Betsy Robinson's blog:
One night many decades ago when I was working as a legal secretary, one of the partners asked an associate about a brief she was working on—what was its status?

"I typed it," she answered.

I held my breath waiting to hear the partner's response. He did not disappoint me: "You typed it yourself?" he... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 14, 2018 21:00 • 7 views
Tom Merritt Tom Merritt's blog:


1928 – The Polish Cipher Bureau picked up enciphered radio signals from the German Reicswehr for the first time. The messages were encoded with Germany’s ENIGMA machine. Cracking the EMIGMA during World War II brought together some of the finest minds in computer science at Bletchley Park in Eng...

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Published on July 15, 2018 14:51 • 1 view
Kelly Hashway Kelly Hashway's blog:

Happy Monday! Monday Mishmash is a weekly meme dedicated to sharing what's on your mind. Feel free to grab the button and post your own Mishmash.
Here's what's on my mind today:Fled to Delaware  Thanks to a broken pipe under my house, my daughter and I have fled to my parents' house in Delaware.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 21:00 • 1 view
Jennifer Crusie Jennifer Crusie's blog:

When I ended up in the hospital, I explained to my doctors that I had to go home and get my dogs and board them at the vet.  Just as they were prepared to taze me to keep me from leaving, Krissie drove down, collected the dogs (who adore her), schlepped them to the vet, and washed my dishes.  She...

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Published on July 15, 2018 02:56 • 7 views
Margaret Roach Margaret Roach's blog:

WHEN I TALK ABOUT intermingling several plants to serve as a mixed groundcover, perhaps under trees and shrubs, I often [read more…]


The post underplanting: making ‘a tapestry garden,’ with marietta o’byrne appeared first on A Way To Garden.



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Published on July 15, 2018 02:26 • 6 views
Lisabet Sarai Lisabet Sarai's blog:
Snow Tires cover


Blurb






What
if you could get a second chance at love?





Scott
is a man frozen in time. Timid and afraid, the blue-collar worker
pines for the writer's life he craves--and the girl of his dreams who
seems just out of reach. When a freak snowstorm forces his
unrequited crush Janey to stand at his doorstep b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2018 00:00 • 3 views
Chautona Havig Chautona Havig's blog:
3 Reasons I Have Nothing but High Praise for This Book

“Mom… there’s this guy at church. His name is Kevin HAVOC!!! Can you believe it? His poor wife.”


“Mom! Remember Kevin Havoc? The quiet, shy guy at church? Guess what his nickname is? Mayhem! Isn’t that like calling a giant of a dude, ‘tiny?’”


The day eventually came. “Hey, Mom. Kevin Havoc? Yeah....

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Published on July 15, 2018 05:28 • 1 view
Grace Burrowes Grace Burrowes's blog:

Because I can’t be working on Lord Casriel’s happily ever after with Lady Canmore every waking hour, I’m also reading a nice little book, The Net and the Butterfly, by a couple of clever people whose topic is, “The Art and Practice of Breakthrough Thinking.” This is related to my last reading pro...

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Published on July 15, 2018 13:18 • 5 views
Chuck Wendig Chuck Wendig's blog:


AHOY.


I’m outta here.


FOR GOOD.


Okay not really. I’m just traveling for the next mumble-mumble several days, so you won’t see me back with posts until sometime next week. In the meantime I will be cavorting around the Pacific Northwest, causing trouble and delivering shenanigans and doing a jig o...

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Published on July 15, 2018 09:48 • 5 views
Cat Bauer Cat Bauer's blog:
Pontoon bridge for Redentore 2018 - Photo: Cat Bauer(Venice, Italy) I was going to write the definitive Feast of Redentore Venice Blog post this year, but after conferring with the head Capuchin friar in Venice, he convinced me that everyone was too busy, and that it could wait. There are many e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 14:58 • 1 view
T. Frohock T. Frohock's blog:
Recently, a friend of mine told me about Pitch Wars--you could say he pitched the idea to me ... *coughs* Last one of those I promise. Anyway, after looking over Michael's email, I realized this was...

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Published on July 15, 2018 07:44 • 1 view
Lois Winston Lois Winston's blog:
I generally don’t watch TV commercials. I suppose that makes me an advertiser’s nightmare. Since I have so little time to watch any television, I record the shows I want to see and watch them when I have time, fast-forwarding through all those annoying spots that try to sell me everything from f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 21:30 • 5 views
Zoé Valdés Zoé Valdés's blog:


La Justicia confirma el segundo gran foco de corrupción sindical: 25 imputados en la Extremadura del PSOE. Se trata del escándalo que denunció el Gobierno del popular José Antonio Monago en 2015. Un caso que denuncia el robo masivo de subvenciones con los cursos de formación -exactamente igual...

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Published on July 15, 2018 01:54 • 3 views
Regan Black Regan Black's blog:
We’re keeping the prize package simple this month due to some unexpected and rather overwhelming repairs around the house. Even simple repairs and updates throw us curveballs here. This experience is a study in patience (an ongoing life lesson for me). It helps to know it will be worth the delay... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 14, 2018 04:10 • 3 views
Anne Applebaum Anne Applebaum's blog:
The future doesn't look good for U.S.-British relations.
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Published on July 15, 2018 10:16 • 3 views
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

The failure on the part of establishment media to defend Julian Assange, who has been trapped in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012, has been denied communication with the outside world since March and appears to be facing imminent expulsion and arrest, is astonishing. The extradition of...

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Published on July 15, 2018 19:23 • 8 views
Charlie Cochrane Charlie Cochrane's blog:

Although not here (a misty and atmospheric Loch Ness):


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We were having tea at Nairn, looking out at the Moray Firth,


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and I saw, three times in quick succession, a distinctive fin. Waiter reckoned it was an orca, as he’d seen them there recently. Cor!


 


 

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Published on July 15, 2018 13:45 • 1 view
James Gurney James Gurney's blog:
Around 1900, it was common for young American artists to study in Paris. But not everyone was in favor of it. Typical Life Class in SculptureIn an effort to promote American schools, Edmund Talbott painted an unflattering portrait of what it was like for young women studying art in Paris.
"America...
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Published on July 15, 2018 07:11 • 6 views
Amy Lane Amy Lane's blog:

So, about six weeks ago I said, "I need to get my plane ticket to RWA."

Mate said, "Where is it?"

I said, "Denver."

He said, "Let's drive!"

I said, "Uh... okay. All of us?"

He said, "Yeah! Kids will love it!"

So, uh--we're driving to Denver.

And at first I was like "Does he realize there's nothing betw... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2018 22:41 • 5 views
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