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Richard L. Powell Richard L. Powell's blog:

The Unknown

"You will come to the point in that way of living where you'll go from the known into the unknown and expand your awareness until the unknown is known, and then it's just a matter of alignment and the unknowable pulls you in. That's my statement when I say, "Not one Soul will be lost." It will pull Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 11, 2021 06:51
Martin  Medina Martin Medina's blog:

270 Electoral College Votes, Solidifying the Duopoly

Infocrats A Political Thriller by Martin Medina Probably the most significant aspect I learned when writing Infocrats is how the 270 Electoral Votes has further pushed out the possibility of a Third-Party. If a Third Party candidate ran for President and they won 269 Electoral College Votes, and the Democrat wan 135 and the Republican won 13 Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 11, 2021 06:44
B.J.  Mann B.J. Mann's blog:

Happy Sunday!

Have you got your hands on Lockdown With My Two Daddies yet? It's 99c now but it's going back to full price sooooooon!

Amazon US - https://amzn.to/3w6c86O
Amazon UK - https://amzn.to/39KqGQf
Amazon Universal - mybook.to/LockdownWMyTwoD

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Published on April 11, 2021 06:42
Marilyn  Davis Marilyn Davis's blog:

Poetry Break: John Grey

By: John Grey _____ STROKE 3 _____ Jailed, you’ve nothing else to do but listen to machines behind you, out of sight, measuring your feeble body motions while, in a far field, men dig a hole just deep enough. You can’t speak. Words are like scratches in your throat. The constant beeping is more than

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Published on April 11, 2021 05:54
Sam van Rooy Sam van Rooy's blog:

@SamvanRooy1: 😅👇🏻


😅👇🏻 https://t.co/0T59h4z8Rc

— Sam van Rooy 🖤💛 (@SamvanRooy1) April 11, 2021
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Published on April 11, 2021 00:18
Jennifer Lucic Jennifer Lucic's blog:

Publishing my first novel: expectations vs. reality

The cold, hard truth is that it’s almost cliche how UN-realistic my expectations were when I started this process. I thought, okay, I’ll watch a few YouTube videos, read a few blogs…. I’ve been writing my whole life, how hard can it be?

The answer is it can be VERY hard. So hard, in fact, that there

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Published on April 10, 2021 13:57
Gwendolyn Harmon Gwendolyn Harmon's blog:

Life Redeemed

Last week, we celebrated Christ’s resurrection, the victorious climax to His sacrifice in payment for our sins. Because of the resurrection, we are offered salvation, for Christ’s blood redeems us from our captivity to sin.

But this past week, as I thought about the redemption Christ purchased with

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Published on April 10, 2021 10:00
Jade Cahoon Jade Cahoon's blog:

More art

Actually I’m not sure I ever posted about the first art, so I probably shouldn’t label this one more art. But the point of the matter is: I commissioned some art of Casey and Norah in zero-g and got a sketch version of it yesterday, and I need to share this joy with the world.

It still needs colour,

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Published on April 10, 2021 08:29
Kiran Atma Kiran Atma's blog:

Eve’s Daughters

 




“Blessed Art Thou, O Lord our God, King of the Universe, who has not made me a woman,” Hebrew males are taught to pray every day.

“When Eve was created, Satan rejoiced,” Mohammed said.

As the Hebrew creation myth, along with many of the other writings of the Old Testament, was later adopted in

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Published on April 11, 2021 04:44
Gloria  Lesher Gloria Lesher's blog:

Parnormal Cozy Mystery Review: Murder & Magic in a Scottish Village

A Spell of Murder, by Kennedy Kerr [image error] Click book to see on Amazon

Black-haired, 30-year-old Temerity Love and her older sister, Tilda, run an antique shop called Love’s Curiosities in Lost Maidens Loch, a Scottish village. Sociable Temerity is somewhat psychic, and herbalist Tilda has the reputation of being a wit

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Published on April 11, 2021 06:03
Rupali Mitra Rupali Mitra's blog:

San Francisco nearby tourist spots experience to share ( Point Bonita Lighthouse & Golden Bridge Recreaction Area) – morningpedia.com

[image error]Point Bonita Lighthouse – San Francisco

Everyone loves to travel and with that travel, a lot of new memories are created and the interest in knowing the history of that place is awakened. When I went to San Francisco, I visited many places there. One of them was Point Bonita Lighthouse,

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Published on April 09, 2021 07:20
Tony M Fountain Tony M Fountain's blog:

How Tarun Bhati Tackled Venture Capital at Just 19 Years Old

Tarun Bhati is a 19-year-old entrepreneur running three successful businesses that are scaling new heights every day. His journey started
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Published on April 10, 2021 10:06
Pierre Bedard Pierre Bedard's blog:

Liner Notes – three border stories

Page length153 pages printed Languages English Publication DatesNovember 2019About three border storiesA Cantic Christmas,The Burn, andThe Orange Madonna.

A Cantic Christmas: a tale about citizenship and immigration was originally written by my father, John. I made it mine by giving it a plot, but th

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Published on April 10, 2021 09:49
Poceн Маpkoв Poceн Маpkoв's blog:

Из пресата: ,,Пускат Мария Бакалова на Оскарите след 3 PCR теста”

Пуснете я, защото няма кой да прибере Оскара!

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Published on April 10, 2021 14:34
David Beedle David Beedle's blog:

I’ve come to the “begging for reviews” portion of my book tour.

You read that right, fearless reader. I come to you, mere weeks after Punk Party was released to online booksellers, to ask one last giant favor of anyone who has purchased it, and then—shockingly—has actually gone on to READ it.

First of all, if you did both of those things, I can’t begin to express

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Published on April 11, 2021 05:30
R.   Radhakrishnan R. Radhakrishnan's blog:

The Art of Giving, a story from the Mahabharata.

The Mahabharata is one of our greatest stories. Over the years many tales have been added to the main story of a great war fought between two factions of a family.

These tales add to the flavor of the epic and embellish the characters. This is one such story.

Arjuna was always jealous of Karna. Karna

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Published on April 10, 2021 07:10
Jeff Hoeyberghs Jeff Hoeyberghs's blog:

RT @cazzick: Als iedereen gevaccineerd is, laten we dan alle coronamaatregelen massaal vallen? Ab Osterhaus antwoordt: https://t...

RT @cazzick: Als iedereen gevaccineerd is, laten we dan alle coronamaatregelen massaal vallen? Ab Osterhaus antwoordt:



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Published on April 11, 2021 06:05
Darrah Steffen Darrah Steffen's blog:

Interview with Scrolls and Screens Podcast

Check out my interview on the Scrolls and Screens Podcast with host Melissa Matos. It is an Indie-scovery podcast shining a light on indie authors.

If you want to learn more, check out their websiteScrolls and Screens

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Published on April 10, 2021 07:22
Emje McCarty Emje McCarty's blog:

straight to dvd

i am the hero
of my own story
i am also the arch nemesis
as well as several supporting roles
and many of the cameos…
& i am painfully aware
that my story
will go straight to dvd.

i know that i am not popular and have no aspirations to make it to the mainstream…but i also know that i keep myself pretty fucki

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Published on April 10, 2021 11:21
Garrett Ashley Mullet Garrett Ashley Mullet's blog:

150 Years of Democrat Violence and Intimidation

https://anchor.fm/garrett-ashley-mullet/episodes/150-Years-of-Democrat-Violence-and-Intimidation-euiar6

Republican governors are going on record as saying they will oppose President Joe Biden’s executive actions on gun control. Here’s hoping they mean it and don’t just get tired of fighting in a shor

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Published on April 10, 2021 06:59
Marcus  Hall Marcus Hall's blog:

Don’t Waste God’s Grace

The grace of God is a truly awesome gift from our Creator. The fact that He forgives me when I sin against Him and continues to promise me eternal life is amazing. I don’t like the fact that I continue to sin as a born-again Christian, but unfortunately it’s going to happen. In the past, I treated m

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Published on April 11, 2021 05:15
David Robert Quigley David Robert Quigley's blog:

Honesty Of Love

So today I have been feeling a bit sick. I would like to say a prayer to our Creator to cheer me up. I hope your all having a good night. Dear Creator, Im feeling lost and worth less than I believe I can be. Honestly, I am very sad tonight. There is something you… Continue reading Honesty Of Love Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 11, 2021 00:02
Alberto Calvo Alberto Calvo's blog:

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (2019)

El fin de semana pasado publiqué mis impresiones de Godzilla vs. Kong, la más reciente entrega del llamado Monsterverse de Legendary Pictures, y mencioné que sentía la inquietud de comentar las entregas anteriores. Más de una vez he mencionado que aunque Godzilla (2014), dirigida por Gareth Edwards,

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Published on April 10, 2021 08:11
Peter  Okonkwo Peter Okonkwo's blog:

BITS OF MY HEART BY ASHOK MANIKOTH

BITS OF MY HEART BY ASHOK MANIKOTH

“A book with rare and ruminating notions”

The profundity of poetry has made me develop an intense likeness for it – thus, embracing poetry that leaves me mulling over after I had long read it. Ashot Manikoth’s book is one of those amazing books that fall under suc

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Published on April 10, 2021 23:25
Scott Magill Scott Magill's blog:

Caturday Week Ten

A little video of Binx wanting attention.

Binx is very polite. He always does a little tap to ask if he can sit on my lap if I haven’t invited him up already.

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Published on April 10, 2021 18:25
Francisco Javier Olmedo Vázquez Francisco Javier Olmedo Vázquez's blog:

El Mitonauta #37: DUNWICH (y su HORROR)

🧭 EL MITONAUTA: Una exploración literaria por el macrocosmos creado por Howard Phillips Lovecraft y su Círculo de autores consagrados. ✅ LIBRE DE SPOILERS 👍 Cada semana un nuevo capítulo en el que se recomendarán lecturas de los Mitos relacionadas con el tema tratado en el episodio.
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Published on April 11, 2021 03:33
ஷங்கர்ராமசுப்ரமணியன் ஷங்கர்ராமசுப்ரமணியன்'s blog:

சிங்கள அன்றாடங்களைக் கலையாக்கிய சிறுகதைகள்


மேற்கிலிருந்து சென்ற நூற்றாண்டில் அறிமுகமானாலும் சிறுகதை வடிவத்தில் மிகச் சீக்கிரத்திலேயே மேதைமை வாய்ந்த படைப்புகளும் படைப்பாளிகளும் வெளிப்பட்ட மொழி தமிழாகும். உரைநடை இலக்கியத்தின் தீராத யுவப்பருவத்தைத் தக்கவைத்திருக்கும் வடிவம் சிறுகதை என்று சொல்லலாம். இன்னமும் மிச்சமிருக்கும் களங்கமின்மை, வியப Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 10, 2021 20:49
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