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Ayah Edy Ayah Edy's blog:

PESAN TUHAN MELALUI MATAHARI

Seorang anak kecil bertanya pada sang Peri pada buku dongeng yang sedang dibacanya. Kemarin matahari yang sama, telah mengumpulkan awan pekat yang menyebabkan hujan lebat dari tengah malam hingga pagi hari.... Dan terjadilah banjir..... ditempatku... Hari ini matahari yang sama juga telah menghadirk Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 04:14
Roy Claflin Roy Claflin's blog:

My Favorite Film Extraterrestrials, Species Number 2: The Heptapods from ‘Arrival.’

The weapon is their language. They gave it all to us. Do you understand what that means? -Louise Banks Here it is, the number two entry on my list of favorite extraterrestrial species on film, the Heptapods from Arrival. I’ll bet you can guess what the number one entry will be. Well, keep it to […]
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Published on October 30, 2020 06:45
Helena  Lopes Helena Lopes's blog:


É com muito orgulho que anuncio que A Profecia do Rei está agora disponível na versão física pela Editora Buriti. 
A Profecia do Rei é um romance medieval que conta a estória de amor entre um rei e uma bruxa em um reino chamado Orcadas, um local inteiramente ficcional inspirado nos pequenos reino Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 27, 2018 09:48
Gerald Flurry Gerald Flurry's blog:

Gerald Flurry Biography

Gerald Flurry is the pastor general of the Philadelphia Church of God and editor in chief of the Trumpet news magazine, which he began publishing in 1990. He is also founder and chairman of the Armstrong International Cultural Foundation, known for its cultural, charitable and humanitarian activitie Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 22, 2010 09:20
Ron Sparks Ron Sparks's blog:

Morning Coffee

My morning coffee
is as bitter as my Facebook feed.
I consume both with the same frown,
not sure if I love it or hate it, as they
give stimulation and
discomfort
in equal measure.
I've convinced myself
I need both, that I am somehow
less
without. So I grimace, and
keep
consuming.

The post Morning Coffee appeare

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Published on October 30, 2020 12:34
صبا نعمة صبا نعمة's blog:

طفى الشارع ضواه .. (صفاء السراي)

وطفى الشارع ضواهونعست كل الدروب وروحي عالمامش تلوب وانا اذوبوانا اذوب يا بحر ، يا ليل ، يمعود روحي بالظلمة تذوب والخطاوي متيهة دمي والعيون تريد حلمي والازقة الغافية ، وكل الذنوب يا فوانيس المحلة اشتعلي منيهاج دمي هاج دمعي هاج كل هذا الحنين كلمات: الشهيد صفاء السرايألحان و غناء : سفانة جاسم 
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Published on October 27, 2020 17:30
Patricia Obermeier Neuman Patricia Obermeier Neuman's blog:

Have a Zoom Meeting, They Said—It’ll Be Fun, They Said



Patty's family Zooming

Jean:“Valerie, why are we doing this?”

Val:“Because it will be fun, Mom. And you don’t have to sit so close to the screen.”

Jean: “I know how to Zoom, for heaven’s sake—”

Val: “And you don’t have to shout, either. I can hear you just fine. Why don’t you turn down the volum

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Published on October 30, 2020 07:36
Charles Heath Charles Heath's blog:

This year it’s going to be different

I’m guessing it will be the same for a lot of others.


We are currently coasting out of COVID 19 restrictions to a freer life that allows us almost all of our social norms.


October had seen the start of suburban sports again, from football, to tennis, to little athletics, and to which our youngest gran

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Published on October 30, 2020 08:40
Brandy Ayers Brandy Ayers's blog:

Tips To Consider Before Buy Instant Instagram Likes

Instagram has developed into a powerful entrepreneurial social media system delivering a tremendous possibility to market the brands, influencers for leisure purposes, and whatnot. A decent level of Instagram loves and supporters are definitely the fundamentals to live on social media. It is like th

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Published on October 31, 2020 03:46
Kathryn Lasky Kathryn Lasky's blog:

My new novel Faceless is coming in June

A riveting adventure of young British spies on a secret German mission during WWII.

Over the centuries, a small clan of spies called the Tabula Rasa



has worked ceaselessly to fight oppression. They can pass unseen



through enemy lines and “become” other people without being



recognized. They are, essentia

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Published on September 28, 2020 08:11
Nancy  Woods Nancy Woods's blog:

Poem: I Would Have Texted You by Now

In this video, I read you the poem, “I Would Have Texted You by Now.”





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Published on October 30, 2020 16:26
Catherine Milos Catherine Milos's blog:

Halloween 2020

This year has been really difficult. For all of us. To help friends and family and people of the neighbourhood get through these challenging times and to save the magic of Halloween, my household committed to doing a display. The theme: Sirens and Krakens.





We got lights. We made kraken legs and a shi

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Published on October 31, 2020 01:27
Rachel  Knowles Rachel Knowles's blog:

Duels - a Regency History guide

A duel by Robert Cruikshank from The English Spy by B Blackmantle (1825)A duel by Robert Cruikshank from The English Spy by B Blackmantle (1825)
What was a duel?

A duel was a planned combat between two gentlemen using lethal weapons in the presence of witnesses. Duels were often referred to as affairs of honour because a gentleman fought to ‘remove the stain which he con

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Published on October 31, 2020 04:04
Brian Romanchuk Brian Romanchuk's blog:

Status Update

I just wanted to comment on my writing status.
I left my MMT manuscript to rest. I think I will do another pass of reading it within the next week or so, and if I am happy, send off to my editor. It is easier to spot problems in text that you have written after not looking at it after awhile, as Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 06:00
Annette Mori Annette Mori's blog:

A Collective Breath

In four short days, there is the possibility that the world will hear the collective exhale in the United States. Our face might look like that map of the electorate that CNN has been showing for weeks, Red, Purple, Blue, until finally we’re able to breathe again and not have to see the map for four

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Published on October 30, 2020 08:56
Bart Everson Bart Everson's blog:

On Beyond Zeta

Wednesday morning, I was asked to lead a centering meditation to open our meeting of the Greater New Orleans Interfaith Climate Coalition. The meditation draws upon the image of a tropical cyclone which had a certain relevance for us.



Our founder knew about the meditation I’d developed because of an

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Published on October 30, 2020 14:21
Silvana Ávila Silvana Ávila's blog:

Los secretos de la gravitación.


 


Dices que vamos en la página 7, pero parece que hace miles de años estamos escribiendo este libro.

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You say we're on page 7, but it seems like we've been writing this book from thousands of years.   Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 30, 2020 09:34
Michele P.W. Michele P.W.'s blog:

The Story Behind the Story: “The Summoning”

After I published The Evil That Was Done, I got to work on a new series.


While I had a vague idea for a fourth Secrets of Redemption book, it was still a little hazy, and I thought it would be smart to write a new series.


Alas, I found myself really struggling with the new book. It just wasn’t coming

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Published on October 30, 2020 06:39
Rod Dreher Rod Dreher's blog:

The De-Catholicization Of Poland

Just now I received an anguished e-mail from Łukasz Kozuchowski, a young Catholic friend I made in Warsaw last fall. He served as my interpreter for the Live Not By Lies interviews in the Polish capital. At the moment, he is doing graduate work in Belgium. Łukasz was one of a number of Catholics in

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Published on October 30, 2020 12:41
Billie Heisler Billie Heisler's blog:

The last 2 free VOTE embroidery patterns


  

This is the last of the free vote patterns I've stitched. Lower in the post you will find a pattern I designed but don't have time to stitch. I hope you've enjoyed all these free patterns. I'll be getting back to my #bewell #stitchon free embroideries. I'm also planning on some holiday designs

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Published on October 30, 2020 14:07
Michael  Rothery Michael Rothery's blog:

Nature's Way

Warning: Provocative & Controversial

When broom’s gilt flower wilts and falls, and gorse
bursts forth with equal lust, who can tell
from distance which is which? The one of course
with spines defends his close companion, as well.
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Published on October 31, 2020 04:04
Jimmy Mathew Jimmy Mathew's blog:

ജസ്റ്റ് ഫോർ എ ഹൊറർ : വേണ്ടാ വിശുദ്ധ യുദ്ധം

ഒരു മനുഷ്യന്റെ തല വെട്ടാൻ അത്ര എളുപ്പം അല്ല . കയ്യോ കാലോ വെട്ടാനും പാടാണ് . ഒറ്റ വെട്ടിന് ദൂരെ തെറിക്കുന്നത് ഒക്കെ സിനിമയിലെ ഉള്ളു. എത്രെ മൂർച്ച ഉള്ള വെട്ടുകത്തി ആയാലും പല പ്രവശ്യം വെട്ടേണ്ടി വരും . ഒരേ സ്ഥലത്ത് തന്നെ പിന്നെയും പിന്നെയും വെട്ടണം . അല്ലെങ്കിൽ അറുത്തറുത്തേ പറ്റൂ . ചോര ചീറ്റി തെറിക്കും Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 31, 2020 01:17
Jerónimo Alayón Jerónimo Alayón's blog:

Liderazgo comunicante (III)

El líder comunicante hace que lo soñado y planificado, el proyecto, sea posible construyendo una comunidad de discurso en la que la palabra engendre vida y la vida engendre más vida.
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Published on October 30, 2020 17:01
Ioana Chicet-Macoveiciuc Ioana Chicet-Macoveiciuc's blog:

Ana, 18 ani: Am învățat să nu mă mai îngrijorez, ACUM sunt bine și pot rezolva orice

O mai țineți minte pe Ana, fata din rândul de la perete despre care ne-a povestit Luca? A scris și ea. Mai jos este...


Articolul Ana, 18 ani: Am învățat să nu mă mai îngrijorez, ACUM sunt bine și pot rezolva orice apare prima dată în Printesa Urbana.

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Published on October 30, 2020 12:16
Aranzazu Serrano Lorenzo Aranzazu Serrano Lorenzo's blog:

Cuando descubrí la mitología nórdica, las valkirias me fascinaron por encima de todo. La idea de unas guerreras que cabalgan hacia la batalla para recoger a los muertos sembraba mi imaginación de potentes imágenes y emociones. Aydis, la protagonista de Heathen, comparte esa admiración. Ha sido repud

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Published on October 30, 2020 13:02
P.D. Stewart P.D. Stewart's blog:

Thoughts

This particular blog is being written over several days, so I apologize for the rambling oddity it will be.





October is always a strange month. The weather is unpredictable, and with the veil thinning, odd things happen. It has also been a time where we lose people in my family. It is also usually a m

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Published on October 30, 2020 09:54
Dawn Hogue Dawn Hogue's blog:

Through This Door: Wisconsin in Poems





I’m humbled and honored to be included in this book. Please order your copy by contacting Angie at Art Night Books (email listed below).





From the press release:





From Superior, Washburn, and Ashland to Racine, Sturtevant, and Milwaukee.  From Door County to Madison and the Driftless area.  Wiscon

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Published on October 30, 2020 10:10
Susy Tomasiello Susy Tomasiello's blog:

Tenebrae: Verso un mondo sconosciuto e ammaliante Antologia di Halloween

 Buon sabato a tutti e naturalmente BUON HALLOWEEN!


Festeggerete questa festa mostruosa ormai italianizzata?Come ho detto più volte io non sono una grande amante anche se adoro vedere l'allegria che questa festa mette ai bambini. Creare lavoretti con loro e addobbare case insieme è meraviglioso, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 31, 2020 00:00
Scott    Bailey Scott Bailey's blog:

Index

By Scott Bailey © 2018 The beginningAnd the endWhere we startInto the webWhere we endA…
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Published on October 30, 2020 05:09
Adrian   Collins Adrian Collins's blog:

REVIEW: Titanicus by Dan Abnett

A stand-alone novel both within the universe of Warhammer 40,000 and his own Sabbat Worlds sub-setting, Titanicus is a 2008 novel by Dan Abnett, republished in 2018 by the Black Library. It deals principally with the Titans – terrifying bipedal war engines that vary in size between as high as a hous

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Published on October 30, 2020 21:16
Karen J. Carlisle Karen J. Carlisle's blog:

Halloween Book-Music Launch

Today was the official launch of my short story eBook collection, ‘Another Twist of the Nib’, and my second music collaboration project, ‘Spanish Flu’. I discussed inspirations and research I did for the stories, and chatted about ‘ghoulies’ and ‘ghosties’ and things that go bump in the night.


The ev

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Published on October 30, 2020 23:26
Ellie Firestone Ellie Firestone's blog:

How to Edit Your Bookstagram Photos Like a Pro

Photo editing can sound like an advanced computer sorcery skill, but nothing could be further from the truth! I'm a lazy bum who likes to make things as easy as possible when I'm editing my bookstagram photos, so I've learned several tricks to make the process a cinch. Today, I'm going to share:

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Published on October 30, 2020 11:11
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