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James  Fair James Fair's blog:

Four oh

I turned 40 earlier this month. Not much to report, due to the fact that we’re still in lock down. I received some lovely presents and then got on with marking a mountain of work. Finally I got through around 200 assignments by the middle of the month.

No Berlin visit this February. It seems like age

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Published on February 28, 2021 05:44
İŞIQ İŞIQ's blog:

بیر آز / ناصر داوران

بیر آز
ناصر داوران

بانکین قاباغیندان کئچیردی
یادینا دوشدو
بیر آز چؤره‌یین آزالتمالی‌دیر
بیر آز کیتابین
بیر آز باش آغری درمانین.
کینودان گلیردی
کینودا هالیوودون آدی چکیلمیشدی
وال‌استریت ده هالیوود کیمی‌دیر
وال‌استریتین ائشییی
هم سویوقدور
هم ده اکسیژنسیز
آدام‌لار اوشومه‌مک اوچون
میلیونلاشیرلار
داش آتیرلار ایت‌لر

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Published on February 27, 2021 21:57
Jonathan  Wilson Jonathan Wilson's blog:

Pep Guardiola and City have eased back to take a huge leap forward | Jonathan Wilson

Manchester City have changed the way they press and, though West Ham did offer some hope to the chasing pack, a quadruple suddenly looks possible

It is a measure of how well West Ham played at Manchester City that for a time it felt like a contest. City won in the end – of course they did – to take t

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Published on February 27, 2021 10:00
Julie Evelyn Joyce Julie Evelyn Joyce's blog:

Weekend Writing Warriors #168!

Greetings and happy final day of February! I’m not a huge fan of this month for many reasons, and this year has especially been a doozy, but reading and writing romance is keeping me going. Speaking of, here’s the latest snippet from Love Unleashed!

Continuing from where we left off…

From a distanc

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Published on February 28, 2021 00:13
Natasya Fila Rais Natasya Fila Rais's blog:

This video is a long one?????Anyway, today I will share a few...



This video is a long one?????

Anyway, today I will share a few lessons that I have gained regarding relationships and heartbreak! There are lots of events that changed my perspectives on human interaction and how one should behave in relationships – and I will compile ALL OF THEM here!

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Published on February 28, 2021 03:08
Amy-Alex Campbell Amy-Alex Campbell's blog:

New Podcast

Howdy!
I came across a new feature of WordPress that allows me to convert my posts into podcasts. This is so cool from an accessibility stand point. So now people can listen to a robot ramble on and on instead of having to read it!

To celebrate this awesome (new?) thing, I have converted chapter one

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Published on February 28, 2021 01:53
William Joseph Hill William Joseph Hill's blog:

That time I made a ninja movie as a teenager…



THE JOURNEY OF LAW OF THE NINJA


This month, it might be interesting to share the story of my becoming a filmmaker.

I had always wanted to be in the movie business ever since I was a kid and learned that making movies like the Star Wars saga could actually be a career! 

So in the 6th grade, right

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Published on February 27, 2021 10:20
Anthony Poulton-Smith Anthony Poulton-Smith's blog:

Railway Accident

1881 – Tuesday 11th October 1881 and young Stephen Freemen, aged 11, of Frog Lane at 8:45am went to Lichfield City Station to get ‘a penn’orth of coal’. He crossed the line and passengers on the platform called out to him, warning him of a shunting engine moving trucks but he insisted on passing bet Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 05:55
Wendy Wilkins Wendy Wilkins's blog:

I just hit #No 1 in the charts!

Exciting news my memoir, Sex, Love & Cops just hit Number 1 on Amazon Bestsellers… If you get a chance check out this weekend I have a FREE promotion on amazon kindle where you can grab a copy, yes for FREE, it also has a bonus chapter about The first major bombing I was in the middle of and more ab

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Published on February 26, 2021 00:00
Stephen  Erickson Stephen Erickson's blog:

LARGEST POLL TO DATE: 64% 0F 1.2 MILLION PEOPLE SURVEYED REALIZE CLIMATE CHANGE IS A GLOBAL EMERGENCY

Global_Warming_Predictions_Map_Wikipedia Commons.png

An international survey of 1.2 million people conducted by the United Nations Development Programme from October to December 2020 revealed that, by age group, 69% of those under age 18 recognize global warming as an emergency. 58% of those age 60 or over did so as well.

By country, 81% of responden

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Published on February 27, 2021 09:51
E. Menozzi E. Menozzi's blog:

March Reading Journal Set-up and TBR

The reading journal experiment continues! This month I couldn’t find anything I wanted to use to decorate my cover page. I was going to go with a shamrock and/or rainbow and pot of gold theme in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, but my rainbow turned into a shooting star after I remembered that I had this

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Published on February 27, 2021 17:22
Hoffman Theron van Zijl Hoffman Theron van Zijl's blog:

Why?

In the casual chat-stream of social gatherings, stories of wandering the wilderness, simply for the sake of wandering, has little “catch” – too slow, no punchline, whatever… So, they are best held back for another time and another place. But on rare occasions, when a story would stray into the conve Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 01:57
Greg Cootsona Greg Cootsona's blog:

Is it Good for Us to Go to Church?

What will church be like “post-COVID”? (And really, what does “post-COVID” mean?) Moreover, when the effects of the pandemic subside, will it matter if we don't go back to church?


As far as I can tell, it seems like the most important parts of religious life are what COVID is restricting (like be

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Published on February 27, 2021 14:30
Stephen    Black Stephen Black's blog:

Being An ‘I Can’ Person in ‘I Can’t’ Times

Lockdown life means a lot of restrictions. I can’t watch my kids play sports, I can’t work in my office, I can’t go to a pub or restaurant. Not that I ever go to the pub or restaurant but it’s nice to have the option of not doing something, right? Life is a lot of ‘can’t do’ at the moment. Most peop

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Published on February 28, 2021 04:27
Anna Rashbrook Anna Rashbrook's blog:

The contract

After a long. long winter, things are moving along on the sales front. We had agreed a price in the autumn and after sorting some things out, the buyers have got the contract organised! They will sign it in Vienna, then send it to us, then back to Vienna. Once it is entered in the ‘Groun

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Published on February 27, 2021 09:55
Hasse Arezoomande Hasse Arezoomande's blog:

Cosmic web finally confirmed

Cosmic web finally confirmed

Several years ago, I watched a TV series called cosmic disclosure on Gaia.com. The series has been removed from Gaia.com. I don’t know why. Anyway. Corey Goode, in that show, was talking about his personal experiences in SSP (Secret Space Program).

Goode explained that SSP

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Published on February 27, 2021 08:00
M. Wills M. Wills's blog:

Next

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Published on February 28, 2021 04:00
Maggie Blackbird Maggie Blackbird's blog:

D.S. Wrights – Dark Alley: Seasons 1-3

Today, I’m hosting author D.S. Wrights and her latest series release Dark Alley: Seasons 1-3, an erotic romance.  Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway. **** Title: Scarlett Hall Series: Dark Alley Season 3 Author: D.S. Wrights Genre: Erotic Romance Blurb:  Despite all preparations Alice f Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 23:00
Sara A. Noë Sara A. Noë's blog:

New Designs! The A6 Collection & Alpha Deluxe Hoodie

My journey as an indie author has gone much further than just publishing books and doing signing events! In 2020, I ventured outside of the book sphere for the first time when I collaborated with Old Soul Artisan to create a candle inspired by my Chronicles of Avilésor: War of the Realms series. The

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Published on February 27, 2021 20:41
Brandann R. Hill-Mann Brandann R. Hill-Mann's blog:

“If It’s to Heal” at Page and Spine Fiction Showcase

My very first story ever accepted for publication, a contemporary short story, was originally published at Page and Spine Magazine. They’ve archived it on their fiction showcase page:


He hung in about as long as he could, Nicole reasoned.


Scott had never been the forever guy. She’d known this the mome

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Published on February 27, 2021 16:05
Νίκος Σαραντάκος Νίκος Σαραντάκος's blog:

Πιόνι στο ε4 (εύθυμο σκακιστικό διήγημα του Στίβεν Λίκοκ)

Θέλω να βάλω σήμερα κάτι εύθυμο για το καθιερωμένο κυριακάτικο λογοτεχνικό μας ανάγνωσμα -ίσως για αντίδοτο στον ζόφο που κυριαρχεί. Συμπτωματικά, πριν από μερικές

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Published on February 27, 2021 23:40
Sharol Tilgner Sharol Tilgner's blog:

Severe COVID-19 Requires Preventative Medicine

Conventional medicine now realizes severe COVID-19 associated conditions require preventative medicine as the remedy.

The post Severe COVID-19 Requires Preventative Medicine appeared first on You Are The Healer.

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Published on February 27, 2021 14:35
Peter Michaelson Peter Michaelson's blog:

The Shocking Secrets of the Psyche

It has been my dream job, descending into the psyche’s inner cosmos, hunting for relics of childhood, signs of inner conflict, and traces of our essence.

Precious self-knowledge is stored in our psyche.

Our psyche is where our consciousness struggles to evolve. At this depth, the psyche is opaque,

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Published on February 27, 2021 07:09
Lisa Howeler Lisa Howeler's blog:

Sunday Bookends: The Moonstone, Finally reading A Classic, Bookstore Bliss, and Warmer Temperatures Come Upon Us

Welcome to my weekly post where I recap my week by writing about what I’ve been reading, watching, writing, doing and sometimes what I’ve been listening to.

What’s been occurring

The weather has finally started to warm up and has helped to take the foot and a half of snow we had left on the g

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Published on February 28, 2021 04:10
Joel Koechlin Joel Koechlin's blog:

ONE LOCKDOWN AT A TIME (Ep) - A Short Story, In Two Episodes And One Epilogue

This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, incidents, places and events are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner.

[Read previous episode here]

EPILOGUE

The rain had stopped. Merytaten and Charlie joined the tail end of a short queue leading to the first

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Published on February 27, 2021 22:25
Bob Mayer Bob Mayer's blog:

Who were the ENIAC Six? Why were these woman critical to computing?

 ‘ Wanted: Women With Degrees in Mathematics . . . Women are being offered scientific and engineering jobs where formerly men were preferred. Now is the time to consider your job in science and engineering… You will find that the slogan here as elsewhere is ‘WOMEN WANTED! ’ Recruitment ad for Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 28, 2021 04:54
Neal Atherton Neal Atherton's blog:

NEW POSTS on my TRAVEL BLOG Please Enjoy these short memoirs and more

Please enjoy my Travel books – LINK TO YOUR COUNTRY : http://getbook.at/FrenchTravel

My passion is writing about travel and particularly French travel. I have traveled extensively in France and wine and food has always featured on my travels and now in my books. My friends always await our return

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Published on February 27, 2021 18:39
Alex Jo Haber Alex Jo Haber's blog:

The Man and His Cave

Back view Photo of Person Walking Out of a CaveImage from Pexels

He was born there
With his family
He always shared
Of WIFI, he has no idea
Oil lamps for light
And a stack of books
To pass the time
He doesn’t have all the things
We are used to
But he is still happy

Alex

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Published on February 27, 2021 23:00
R.L. Swihart R.L. Swihart's blog:

Long Beach: Cedar Waxwings

Long Beach. Marina Vista Park. Cedar Wings. Very unexpected (but I got an "ear-full"). I've never seen them there or anywhere else. The red berries (what kind?) must've been the lure. Fascinating to watch. Busy has bees but like I read somewhere: they share.


#rlswihart13

#rl_swihart

#longbeach #mar

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Published on February 27, 2021 14:12
Parth Sawhney Parth Sawhney's blog:

The Stoic Art of Living a Good Life

“We should use our reasoning ability to overcome negative emotions. We should also use our reasoning ability to master our desires, to the extent that it is possible to do so. In particular, we should use reason to convince ourselves that things such as fame […]

The post The Stoic Art of Living a Goo

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Published on February 27, 2021 19:00
Raluca Feher Raluca Feher's blog:

Gunoi și guvoi

Gunoi fugit din container, gunoi pierdut din găleată, gunoi părăsit la marginea drumului de oameni curați, care nu suportă gunoiul, gunoi aruncat pe geam, din mersul mașinii, gunoi aruncat pe geam, de la etajul 5 sau 1 sau 8, gunoi luat de vânt, se știe că vântul se plictisește repede, și lăsat 30 d

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Published on February 28, 2021 02:19
Pirateaba Pirateaba's blog:

The Wandering Inn - 8.09

The great king raised his hand and spoke a single word.

���Advance.���

Legions moved. Tens of thousands of bodies, pouring forwards across the ground, heedless of arrows and spells raining down around them.

The Golden Ranks of Medain along with the army proper unleashed enough spell and firepower to va

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Published on February 27, 2021 20:01
Elsa Wolf Elsa Wolf's blog:

Circa 1973 (age thirteen) © Elsa Wolf

Lost

All alone, standing in the meadow, in the wind, thinking of times past and times to come. As she stood there, she started to think of the surrounding nature. It seemed so free, not having to wonder about anything. But this was not true.

Totally lost, impervious to pain, until now. She

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Published on February 27, 2021 11:51
Cheka Aisya Cheka Aisya's blog:

Thomas Sankara

โทมัส ซานการ่า (Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara)

ฉายาเช กูวาร่า แห่งอัฟริกา (African’s Che Guevara)

ซานการ่า เกิดวันที่ 21 ธันวาคม 1949 ในยาโก, อัพเปอร์ โวลต้า (Yako, French Upper Volta) หรือแอฟริกาตะวันตก (French West Africa) ซึ่งขณะนั้นเป็นอาณานิคมของฝรั่งเศส 

ซานการ่าเป็นลูกคนที่สามในพี่น้องทั้งหมดสิบคน

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Published on February 27, 2021 08:49
M.L. Childs M.L. Childs's blog:

M. L. Childs Writer’s Feng Shui Tip – Career Corner – February 2021

Image of a waterfall perfect for Feng Shui Career area

My Feng Shui tip for this month focuses on the career area. In Feng Shui, the career area of your home is associated with your job or business. It is located in the middle front of the home, usually somewhere near the entrance. Improvements to this area will help you get a job, get a promotion, star

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Published on February 27, 2021 08:30
Edith del Campo Edith del Campo's blog:

EN ANAYA


Su trabajo solo era un trabajo más. No era lo que quería ser en la vida, pero era lo que le daba de comer. Ya habría tiempo de buscar algo mejor cuando acabara los estudios, si algún día llegaba a acabarlos...

Decidió quitarse esos pensamientos de encima y se apoyó en la barra ahora que casi no t

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Published on February 27, 2021 08:01
Barbara K. Tyner Barbara K. Tyner's blog:

Brain Power

Another snow has fallen, this time with some moisture in it. That is certainly a good thing. I didn’t get enough accumulation where I live to make for difficult shoveling, but others did. There is another snow coming in the forecast, but this one is slated for the mountains. That’s needed. The reser

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Published on February 28, 2021 05:04
Philip Cottraux Philip Cottraux's blog:

"No True Scotsman!"

By Philip Cottraux
 
I remember reading a Christian comic book as a youth that gave me unrealistic expectations of what witnessing to sinners would be like. In one issue, an angry Jewish man was arguing that he had been bullied by Christians with anti-Semitic slurs his entire life. The Christian witne Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 17:33
Miljenko Jergović Miljenko Jergović's blog:

Miševi na mostu/14

*** Lijepo vidiš: tvoja baba stoji pored tvog grada, veća od njega; rukom je uhvatila jednu crvenu nit u koju je onako sav umršen i uvijen do neprepoznavanja i mirno je namotava na klupko. Bože, zašto je počela to raditi, ko će sve ovo vratiti u klupko, tu nerazmrsivu gužvu crvene vune, i koliko će Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2021 14:08
Judith A. Barrett Judith A. Barrett's blog:

TAGGED BY DEATH – NEW RELEASE

Only the vet tech can identify a serial killer…if she can put the pieces together before she’s murdered. Death follows her.

 

 

 

 

 

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Published on February 28, 2021 05:32
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