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Amelia E. S. Amelia E. S.'s blog:

I Saw You Over There Book 2
Nolan, the now brave junior ready to take on Beacon Hills and all of its supernatural findings. With the help of Lydia, Nolan just might be in time to save, not only Beth but the entire town.
In a dark, twisted, steamy romance, fan-fiction from the amazing show TEEN WOLF co

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Published on August 04, 2020 04:45
Marie Gregg Marie Gregg's blog:

When I’m Thirty-Six

Gentle Reader, This is a strange birthday for me. I can’t quite put into words why. I think I feel a little old. Sort of. But that’s not even right. Do I feel irrelevant? No, that’s not it. As I continue my journey in ministry, I don’t think I’ve ever felt more…part of something, and … Continue read Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 15:38
Chris Norbury Chris Norbury's blog:

LIVE Radio Interview This Morning

LIVE Radio Interview on 103.5 FM, The Sun Radio Don’t forget I’ll be interviewed by Rex Owen on his radio show at 10:00 a.m. today, Monday Aug.3. You can Livestream the broadcast if you aren’t in the broadcast area (southern Continue reading LIVE Radio Interview This Morning→

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:54
Deborah Lacy Deborah Lacy's blog:

Q&A with Paul D. Marks


Paul Marks joins us today to talk about his new book, The Blues Don't Care. Paul D. Marks is the author of the Shamus Award-Winning mystery-thriller White Heat. Publishers Weekly calls White Heat a “taut crime yarn”. Betty Webb of Mystery Scene Magazine calls its sequel Broken Windows “Extraordi Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 06:25
Cassie Kelley Cassie Kelley's blog:

The Death of the Firstborn

The first thing about the Bible that I was really bothered by was the plague of death in the land of Egypt. It wasn’t the fact that God ordered the death of the firstborn that bothered me. It was the fact that only boys were killed.





Why did this bother me?





Well, to my young mind, I thought that God b

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Published on August 03, 2020 08:00
Allen E. Rizzi Allen E. Rizzi's blog:

Lunedi Senza Parole #59

Indovina dove! Guess where!

Foto © Allen E. Rizzi


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Read my latest novel – Hey, Mister Publisher Available in paperback or e-book.


Follow songwriter Al Sapetello as he

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Published on August 03, 2020 09:00
Rosemary A. Johns Rosemary A. Johns's blog:

NEW COMPLETE SHIFTER AUDIO BOOK SERIES – Rebel Werewolves

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Fantasy Rebel is excited to announce to paranormal lovers that Rebel Werewolves is now complete on audio book, as well as eBook and paperback!


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Published on August 03, 2020 11:34
Holland Rae Holland Rae's blog:

Time for a Break

The truth is, I can’t do it all. 





As creative professionals living in a chaotic world, we can feel a lot of pressure to complete every project, accept every opportunity, and allow our personal and professional lives to cross over more than they should. Today, I’m telling you that I can’t do it all. 





I

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Published on August 03, 2020 12:35
Enrique Dans Enrique Dans's blog:

La desigualdad como la mayor amenaza del futuro cercano





IMAGE: Stash of cash vs. spare change



Un artículo en Financial Times, «This is how class wars start«, contrapone la forma en la que los ricos en los Estados Unidos solucionan los «problemas del primer mundo» derivados de la pandemia, con campamentos de verano organizados privadamente por varios miles de dólares para que los padres pueda

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Published on August 03, 2020 08:06
Damon L. Wakes Damon L. Wakes's blog:

Two New Games: Llamageddon and The Ten Million Invocations of Esnesnon

Having just finished writing a story a day for the whole month of July, it would be reasonable to expect I wouldn’t have any new stuff to share for a while. Reasonable, but wrong. Here’s two new games for you! One is Llamageddon, written for inkJam 2020. It’s my first time writing anything with Ink, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 13:16
Poudre River Public Library District Poudre River Public Library District's blog:

Outdoor Stillness Spot – Gnome Zone Weeklong Challenge

Did you know that there’s a correlation between exposure to nature and lower levels of stress and anxiety?


This week’s Gnome Zone Challenge helps you increase awareness of your natural surroundings and inspires imagination and creativity.


Supplies needed:

Yourself
A place to sit, outside
Optional: A jou Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 08:00
Gemma Snow Gemma Snow's blog:

Time for a Break

The truth is, I can’t do it all. 





As creative professionals living in a chaotic world, we can feel a lot of pressure to complete every project, accept every opportunity, and allow our personal and professional lives to cross over more than they should. Today, I’m telling you that I can’t do it all. 





I

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Published on August 03, 2020 12:38
Michael J. Sahno Michael J. Sahno's blog:

“Broke Down And Busted In The Promised Land”

Man, are you exhausted or what? I know I am. We all are, right?

In fact, I was thinking of titling today’s blog post Exhausted, but then the phrase “broke down and busted” drifted into my mind.

It comes from a song by a band called The Hilltops, which eventually morphed into Blue Mountain in the 90s.

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Published on August 03, 2020 10:42
Sevan Nişanyan Sevan Nişanyan's blog:

1917 karşı-devrimi?

Aleksey Tolstoy'un romanından uyarlanmış The Road to Calvary (Azap Yolları) dizisini Netflix'te izlerken alınmış bir not. Eski düzeni ironik bir özlemle anan Tolstoy'un, devrimcileri amansızca eleştirirken Lenin'e ince bir sempatiyle bakması sansürden midir? Yoksa hakiki bir gerekçesi var mıdır?

A

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Published on July 29, 2020 02:14
Kalen Bruce Kalen Bruce's blog:

How to Teach Kids the Dangers of Debt (And My Debt-Freedom Story)

If there’s one thing I’ve preached since the start of Freedom Sprout, it’s this: if we teach kids how to manage their money when they’re young, we won’t be showing them how to dig their way out of debt later.





I haven’t written much on debt, because I write about children’s finances.





Ideally, I shouldn

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Published on August 04, 2020 01:30
Joan  Hall Joan Hall's blog:

Book Reviews: Brazos Wind & Brothers Keeper by @JanSikes3 #TuesdayBookShare

Hey, everyone. Today I want to share reviews of two short stories written by Jan Sikes. Though they are completely different genres, both are highly enjoyable. Brazos Wind: War-torn drifter, Jack McClean is left with nothing but bad memories, scars, and a restless soul. When he stumbles upon a burni Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 22:05
Candy Spelling Candy Spelling's blog:

How to Make the Most of Pantry Items

Let’s face it – being home for this long has been a challenge. As the months drag on, I’m trying to find more things to keep me busy at home. I still tend to my roses on the balcony, but I’ve also found myself baking a lot– it’s a favorite pastime of mine. Having extra time on my hands has made me g

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:00
Andrew Comings Andrew Comings's blog:

Our Collective, Colossal Hypocrisy

If there is one thing that unites our fractured American society today, it is the universal acknowledgement that Jeffrey Epstein was human scum.


Upon his arrest, there was great rejoicing across the social and political spectrum, as there was outrage at his “suicide”. And now, with the arrest of his

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Published on August 04, 2020 03:20
Christine Goff Christine Goff's blog:

ROGUE WOMEN JULY ROUNDUP!


Here's what we Rogues talked about, researched, and revealed in July...


ZJ Czupor told us about the mother of the American detective story, Anna Katherine Green, first published in 1878.

The Real Book Spy recommended the latest by Brad Thor, and how his art often imitates life imitating ar Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 05:00
Paul W.S. Bowler Paul W.S. Bowler's blog:

Being in Government





I haven’t
blogged for a while. I’ve been adjusting to being in a party that’s in
government. It’s a weird experience. The echo chamber that is my Twitter feed
is suddenly a hostile environment. Though when I say hostile, I mean
straight-white-left-of-centre-man-hostile i.e. slightly less idyllic. As I
wa

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Published on August 03, 2020 14:14
Alex   James Alex James's blog:

Forty Birthdays by Jason G Long - 5/5 Stars

Forty Birthdays by Jason G. Long

What’s it about?

Specialness associated with birthdays: each ‘chapter’ is a story, from the point of view of a different character on their birthday, and something exciting, interesting, or meaningful will hit you in each one.

None of the characters quite knew what was going to happen on the day o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 04, 2020 04:42
Sharean Morishita Sharean Morishita's blog:

Tips on How I learned to Draw on a Smartphone

I like to redraw over my selfie photos or photos of my sketches using a stylus and free art apps for the smartphone like medibang or even ibispaint~





If you���re smartphone has a touch screen then the bare minimum of what you would need to draw a webtoon comic on your smartphone is a compatible art ap

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:55
Thomas Allbaugh Thomas Allbaugh's blog:

Why We Should Allow Students to Scribble First

Recently, I tried writing a poem on the COVID-19 Pandemic. As usual, at the start I felt the way I imagine that my students do when I give them writing assignments. The insecurity was real. How could I capture the hugeness of a pandemic that had forced the whole world indoors?


I wrote anyway, viewing

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Published on August 03, 2020 13:20
John Douillard John Douillard's blog:

Waking Up to Pee? Boost Circadian Rhythms + Prostrate Power to Curb Frequent Urination at Night

Do you wake up to pee in the night?  Waking up to urinate can be a normal sign of aging, but there are things you can do about it! This


The post Waking Up to Pee? Boost Circadian Rhythms + Prostrate Power to Curb Frequent Urination at Night appeared first on John Douillard's LifeSpa | Ayurveda + Nat

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Published on August 04, 2020 03:00
Tracey Warr Tracey Warr's blog:

Hyperlocal

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My latest interview for the Call Centre art research project on the coronavirus pandemic is with artist Tine Bech. We contemplated the pull of home and the imperative to move out from home. We discussed our new sense of hyperlocal arising

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Published on August 04, 2020 00:35
Marcin Iwuć Marcin Iwuć's blog:

Ranking kredytów hipotecznych sierpień 2020

O ile wzrosły marże kredytów? Które banki zaostrzyły kryteria? W którym banku najłatwiej uzyskasz kredyt hipoteczny? Na co zwracać uwagę, rozważając kredyt o stałej stopie procentowej? Oto ranking kredytów hipotecznych sierpień 2020. Każdy pierwszy roboczy dzień miesiąca to już niemal rytuał: Sebast

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Published on August 03, 2020 11:42
Martin Fone Martin Fone's blog:

You’re Having A Laugh – Part Forty Six

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Rudolph Fentz, the accidental time traveller, 1950





Occasionally, I allow myself the luxury of fantasising about being a time traveller. I find it interesting to speculate what life would really be like at some time in the past or, indeed, in the future. This was the premise behind th

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Published on August 03, 2020 11:00
ROAR Magazine ROAR Magazine's blog:

Economic Update: Pandemic Capitalism in Asia

A weekly show focusing on the economic dimensions of everyday life and alternative ways to organize our economy and politics, with Prof. Richard D. Wolff.
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Published on August 03, 2020 07:12
Valerie Ullmer Valerie Ullmer's blog:

Spell of the Werewolf by J.R. Loveless

BOOK TOUR


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Book Title: Spell of the Werewolf

Author: J.R. Loveless


Publisher: Independently Published


Cover Artist: Doelle Designs


Release Date: May 29, 2020


Genre/s: Paranormal Gay Romance


Trope/s: Enemies to Lovers


Themes: Self-forgiveness, redemption, learning to accept th

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Published on August 04, 2020 04:30
James E.  Woods James E. Woods's blog:

Creating Stunning Character Arcs, Pt. 1: Can You Structure Characters?

Creating Stunning Character Arcs, Pt. 1: Can You Structure Characters?



 




What if there were a sure-fire secret to creating stunning character arcs? Would you be interested in discovering it? If you care about connecting with readers, grabbing hold of their emotions, and creating stories that will reso Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 09:00
Mick Canning Mick Canning's blog:

An Andalusian Adventure (2)

Part 1 can be found here: Part 1 It was a long way to Colmenar. I was walking up into the Malaga Mountains, with no map and no directions other than a road sign at the edge of Malaga suggesting that by following this road I would eventually reach my destination. I suspect I have undertaken …

Cont

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Published on August 04, 2020 01:17
Lawrence G. Taylor Lawrence G. Taylor's blog:

The Ballad of Calle and Maja — a Short Story is now available at other online bookstores (see list below)

The Ballad of Calle and Maja – a Short Story


now available at several online book stores




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Published on August 03, 2020 22:10
Tetiana Aleksina Tetiana Aleksina's blog:

TATI’s & TONY’s DEAD POET TOUR // Altitude by Lola Ridge

I wonder

how it would be here with you,

where the wind

that has shaken off its dust in low valleys

touches one cleanly,

as with a new-washed hand,

and pain

is as the remote hunger of droning things,

and anger

but a little silence

sinking into the great silence.


 


by LOLA RIDGE (1873-1941)

Public Domain Poetry

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:30
Lisa Hutchison Lisa Hutchison's blog:

Are you the ultimate mirror? Recognizing your empathic abilities

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Empaths are meant to be mirrors of energy, not sponges. As a compassionate helper, you have different spiritual potentials or paths within your own field of work. For example, you may explore creativity, personal truth, integrity or like myself, a path of expression. No matter what your

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:02
James Pyles James Pyles's blog:

Looks Like the 2020 Hugo Awards Once Again Sucked

Well this explains it. The article George R.R. Martin Accused of Racism, Generally Sucking After Hosting Hugos (also found at Vulture) contains a link to my December 5, 2018 blog post Is SciFi Author/Editor Robert Silverberg Really Racist and Sexist (or has the internet once again lost its mind)?. I Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 23:42
Bill  Anderson Bill Anderson's blog:

August 3, 2020










Hi Gang:

I told Jeannie Seely the other day that the twenty dollars I paid for my 2020 Monthly Planner was the biggest waste of money I could ever remember!

Almost everything I wrote down beginning in March and running through December has been erased. Nothing that

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Published on August 03, 2020 08:18
Ade Sobanjo Ade Sobanjo's blog:

Addition vs Multiplication


This is one thing I wished I had put more emphasis on when I started my walk with Jesus over 35 years ago! The Lord is interested in multiplication! Off course addition is good but multiplication is the key to finishing the great commission. I thought that multiplication would happen automatical

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Published on August 04, 2020 03:00
Ishwar Sharan Ishwar Sharan's blog:

Founding the Hindu Rashtra, not just a temple – Virendra Parekh

The bhoomi poojan is an occasion for all of us to invoke Ram to be our unifier and liberator. Let Ram, who united the royalty and laity of his kingdom with tribals in forests and mountains in distant lands, bring together estranged brothers in his homeland. Let Ram, who liberated Sita from the bonda Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 17:30
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