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Jorge Balderas Gálvez Jorge Balderas Gálvez's blog:

Estado de alerta: ¡Se solicitan Creativos!

¡Esta semana contamos una vez más con un artículo de invitado! En esta ocasión, quien nos hace el honor de escribirlo es Juan Carlos Nuñez, quien ya también ha colaborado con su analítica opinión en la página de Espada Literaria. 

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Published on July 15, 2019 11:28
Susan Straley Susan Straley's blog:

Wind At My Back, Friends Pulling Me Forward

I was up at 4:45 because I was keyed up about beating the heat on my cycling trip home.  I would be riding from Tarpon Springs to Inverness, a ride of over 80 miles.  It had been a few years since I had ridden that far, I was a bit nervous.

It was predicted to be 95 degrees, humid, and sunny on Su... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 12:31
Manjit Thakur Manjit Thakur's blog:

नदीसूत्र दो: बढ़ती आबादी का बोझ उठा रही नदियां समंदर तक नहीं पहुंच पाएंगी

कुछेक साल पहले मैं गंगोतरी गया था. मेरी इचछा गोमुख तक जाने की थी, सो थोडी फूलती सांस के साथ जब मैं वहां पहुंचा और मैंने चारों तरफ पलटकर देखा तो बस कालिदास याद आएः

आसीनानाम सुरभितशिलम नाभिगनधैरमृगाणाम
तसया एव परभवमचलम परापते गौरम तुषारैः.
वकषयसय धवशरमदिनयने तसय शरृंगे निषणणः शोभाम
शुभरतरिनयन वृशोत...
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Published on July 16, 2019 01:56
Don Goulding Don Goulding's blog:

Threshing Temple


So David bought the threshing floor and the oxen for fifty pieces of silver. Then David built an altar for the Lord there and offered burnt sacrifices and peace offerings. And the Lord accepted prayers for the land, and the plague was removed from Israel. (2 Samuel 24:24-25) 


On Mount Moriah in J...

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Published on July 15, 2019 19:52
Daniel J. Duke Daniel J. Duke's blog:

Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure & Reviews

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My new book, Jesse James and the Lost Templar Treasure is now available anywhere books are sold including Inner Traditions, Barnes & Noble and Amazon!


Below is a little about the book followed by some amazing reviews. I truly hope you enjoy it!


An investigation into the lost treas...

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Published on July 16, 2019 01:59
Jorge Alberto Pérez Jorge Alberto Pérez's blog:

La ciudad del despojo y la discordia

Olinka es un fraccionamiento que simboliza el crimen y despojo detrás del negocio inmobiliario, el fracaso en los desplazamientos sociales y la antítesis de la Olinka que soñó el Dr. Atl, una ciudad utópica para científicos y artistas, convertida en una urbe de criminales y especuladores. En este...

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Published on July 14, 2019 09:08
Whitney McKendree Moore Whitney McKendree Moore's blog:

Minimizing A Mess?





My thanks to Rehabs 411 for posting this image on Facebook. It reminds how I have learned the hard way to be vigilant about “taking out the rubbish” from this “tent” I inhabit. When I minimize a mess or try to ignore it, my teeth are set on edge (aka clenched) and Denial eats away at me like canc...

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Published on July 16, 2019 06:10
Margaret  Paul Margaret Paul's blog:

Healing Procrastination

By Dr. Margaret Paul July 15, 2019

Are you a procrastinator? Are you ready to get unstuck?

Oscar was stuck in his life; the following issue he presented in our session was one example of how he was stuck:

“My parents are coming to visit tomorrow and, as has been my pattern, . . . → Read More: He...

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Published on July 15, 2019 08:55
Danny Iny Danny Iny's blog:

Kajabi vs. Teachable: The Ultimate Side-by-Side Comparison

Are you overwhelmed, trying to choose the right Learning Management System (LMS) for your online course? When it comes to choosing a platform, today’s course creators are faced with too many options. Think about it. With high-quality choices, like Kajabi and Teachable, how do you decide what will...

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Published on July 15, 2019 08:00
Aldo Agostinelli Aldo Agostinelli's blog:

The digital transformation steps: first, reinvent oneself

Companies dealing with the digital
transformation already know this or they will learn it pretty soon:  the process must be complete and thorough to
bring about the desired outcome in terms of productivity and progress. It is a
complex journey with several legs which not only involve technology, but...

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:05
Jimmie Aaron Kepler Jimmie Aaron Kepler's blog:

Faith Frees Me From Fearing Death

Faith Frees Me From Fearing Death 20.1 My Story As death was imminent for my wife, for some reason I did not feel sorry for the brevity of her life. Oh sure, I would have preferred her being healed and having another thirty plus years with me. After all, dying at sixty-one years old is… Continue...

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Published on July 16, 2019 03:00
Lin Ryals Lin Ryals's blog:

Guest Post by Bernard Mansheim

Prior to enrolling in medical school, Bernard Mansheim received a B. A. in English Literature. After he completed medical school and post-graduate training, he began his career with academic appointments at Harvard Medical School and the University of Florida College of Medicine as an Infectious... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 06:13
Verónica García-Peña Verónica García-Peña's blog:

La otra crónica: La Semana Negra de Gijón

La 32 edición de la Semana Negra de Gijón ha llegado a su fin y ha batido récords de visitantes y de venta de libros. También de autores, pues es la edición en la que más escritores han participado (142) y, durante su celebración, allí he estado yo para hoy contaros en el blog, a … Sigue leyendo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 07:43
Rodger Dean  Duncan Rodger Dean Duncan's blog:

Guiding Principles For Leadership That Works

There are almost as many leadership theories as there are would-be practitioners.

Many of those theories—or call them frameworks or philosophies—have excellent underpinnings.

I’ve found that, regardless of the latest leadership formula you may choose to try, a few simple guiding principles can al...

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Published on July 15, 2019 13:45
Jessica E. Larsen Jessica E. Larsen's blog:

It’s under control [Tuesday Teaser]

“That was close.” Cadriel maneuvered himself in midair and smiled at the angel coming out of the blinding light with hair almost as white as his folded wings behind him. “Agnolo, why are you here?” Like him, Agnolo suspended himself in the air and looked him straight in the eyes. “Cadriel, the go... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 20:00
Sandi Van Sandi Van's blog:

Summer camp is not punishment

I want my kiddos to try new things, to eagerly embrace the unexpected, the unknown, the new. I want them to venture forth without fear because I spend so much of my life buried under it. Fear keeps me from all sort of things — new opportunities, relationships, adventures, and frankly it sucks. I...

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Published on July 15, 2019 10:45
C.K.  Robertson C.K. Robertson's blog:

What's in my Bookstagram prop box?



Hello Readers & Friends,

Today I thought I'd do a video. I know - how unlike me. But it was the best platform for sharing what's in my bookstagram prop box with you quickly, clearly and easily. So if you're ready for me being awkward and to get ideas for props for your own photographs, please... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 12:09
Jonas Salzgeber Jonas Salzgeber's blog:

The Rise of Media Multitasking: What Blasting Yourself With Multiple Media Streams is Doing to Your Brain

The time of consuming one medium at a time is over. We’re no longer just reading a book, just watching television, or just listening to our favorite tunes. We now watch television while browsing the Web. We answer emails while listening to music. We are “watching” a YouTube video in one tab, whil...

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Published on July 15, 2019 22:38
JPC Allen JPC Allen's blog:

Writing Tip — Guest Blogger, June Breland Whatley

[image error]As I head out on vacation with my family, I am featuring guest bloggers who write YA. I’m eager to share their insights in the genre close to my heart. First up is June Breland Whatley. She’s already written a nonfiction book and is turning her hand to a YA novel. Welcome, June!


One...

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:10
Sheila Donald Sheila Donald's blog:

Inspiration from artists

Angus and I have just returned from a lovely week's holiday in Norfolk. While there we had a couple of opportunities to also explore Suffolk, a fairly unfamiliar county to us both. I was particularly keen to view Constable country where the artist was born, brought up and the chief inspiration fo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 03:50
Scott H. Young Scott H. Young's blog:

The 5 Keys to Falling Asleep On Time Every Night

The best book I’ve read on sleep is Matthew Walker’s Why We Sleep. In it, he explains the importance of getting good sleep as well as offers suggestions for how to avoid problems of nighttime insomnia.


Here are a few strategies you can apply to sleep better:


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Published on July 15, 2019 09:04
A.G. Ballard A.G. Ballard's blog:

Getting creative to heal…

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Therapy is about processing the past. It’s about finding new ways to do things. It’s about learning to be happy with who you and with your life. Too bad it doesn’t come easy for everyone.





One thing I have learned from therapy is that nothing is ever as it seems. All we see is the big...

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Published on July 15, 2019 14:42
Alejandro Moreno Sánchez Alejandro Moreno Sánchez's blog:

La pila de pendientes

Alejandro Moreno Sánchez


lecturas-criminales

A todos los que nos gusta leer sufrimos el mismo problema y no, no tiene nada que ver con el precio de los libros, ni con la pugna entre el


Seguir leyendo


La entrada La pila de pendientes aparece primero en Alejandro Moreno Sánchez.

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Published on July 15, 2019 23:58
Vanessa Stefaniuk Vanessa Stefaniuk's blog:

Page 260: Chapter 4: Page 40

This content originally published by Vanessa Stefaniuk at Radio Silence.

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Published on July 15, 2019 21:00
Michael L. Salvador Michael L. Salvador's blog:

Is The Partial Blood Moon Dividing Israel?

Interesting ... a partial lunar/blood moon eclipse will happen later today (July 16-17) into tomorrow over Israel. The fact that it is a half-blood moon signifies to me what I was talking about a month ago regarding the demographics of Jerusalem ... IT IS A DIVIDED NATION! Is God also signifying... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2019 06:11
Nate Hoffelder Nate Hoffelder's blog:

Kindle Unlimited Funding Pool Rose in June 2019

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Amazon announced on Monday that the Kindle Unlimited funding pool grew to  $24.9 million in June, from $24.6 million in May 2019.

At the same time the per-page rate royalty dipped  slightly to $0.004642, from $0.0046598 in May 2019.

June 2019 - $0.004642 May 2019 - $0.0046598 Apr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 14:05
Brandi McAlister Brandi McAlister's blog:

Leap and the Net Will Appear

2 Samuel 22: 30 NKJV “For by you I can run against a troop; By my God I can leap over a wall”





What is holding you back from taking the leap? Is fear keeping you from making the first move? Have you made up in your mind that you are going to take the leap? Or are you waiting for reassurance to conf...

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Published on July 15, 2019 19:52
Lyndell Williams Lyndell Williams's blog:

Problems when Working a Scene

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#openbook

What was your hardest scene to write?

The challenges that present when writing a scene vary from one writing project to another. A manuscript can have multiple difficult scenes taxing authors, making time drag as the cursor flashes or notebook page sits untouched, leaving...

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Published on July 15, 2019 10:33
V.J. Allison V.J. Allison's blog:

Tour Stop! Beneath the Surface by B.K. Stubblefield

Good morning book lovers! Today, B.K. Stubblefield drops by with the second book of her Secrets in Oak Creek Series, "Beneath the Surface". Enjoy!
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Beneath
the Surface
Secrets In Oak Creek Book 2by
B.K. Stubblefield

Genre:
Mystery, Romance
He clutched his head in his hands. His shoulders sho... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 06:13
Lindsey Brunette Lindsey Brunette's blog:

“Nothing is more important in a daughter’s life than the relationship with her father.” - Pacific...

“Nothing is more important in a daughter’s life than the relationship with her father.” - Pacific...
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Published on July 15, 2019 10:00
Леонид Каганов Леонид Каганов's blog:

Интервью Фадеева с Экслером

это перепост заметки, оригинал находится на моем сайте: http://lleo.me/dnevnik/2019/07/16

Рекламщик и директор digital-агентства Михаил Фадеев (он же в фейсбуке: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003257969068) встретился в Барселоне со своим старинным другом Алексом Экслером и сделал с н...

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Published on July 16, 2019 00:55
Ellen Morris Prewitt Ellen Morris Prewitt's blog:

Riding Out A Hurricane

What does one do when the weather makes it hard to think? I've been considering the trail of odd art projects I've left in my wake, such as making miniature furniture from spitballs.


The post Riding Out A Hurricane appeared first on Ellen Morris Prewitt.

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Published on July 15, 2019 09:16
Atina Atwood Atina Atwood's blog:

Just (Don’t) Do It – Be Content Doing Nothing

During the summer months, I’m so blessed to be able to spend real quality-time with my husband and toddler. To me, this is the best gift that I could ever receive! Even as a writer, words fail me when I try to describe how beautiful it is to see my two men standing in front of a mirror dancing ar...

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Published on July 16, 2019 06:00
Dan Bongino Dan Bongino's blog:

The Immigration Crisis Explodes # 1022

In this episode I address the exploding immigration crisis. We show some incredible video and audio of Democrats getting destroyed on Capitol Hill while trying to gaslight the public. I also debunk the latest liberal talking point about the Trump economy. Finally, I address the latest troubling r...

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Published on July 15, 2019 08:30
Erin  (Osborne) Greneaux Erin (Osborne) Greneaux's blog:

I'm THAT Mom (The One That Loses Her Cool)

 My daughter loves Moana. There was a six month period where she asked to watch it everyday. At the end of the movie, there is a compelling scene that sticks with me in motherhood. Moana has finally made it to the giant monster at the end of her journey to replace the stone heart of Te Fiti that...

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:35
Gail Aldwin Gail Aldwin's blog:

A new way to plan your fictional stories

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A sunny morning in Stockholm


I came away from the Stockholm Writers Festival in May with some fabulous new approaches to writing fiction that I’d like to share with you. The techniques I describe are suitable for use in flash fiction, short stories and longer work. This post draws fro...

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Published on July 15, 2019 06:37
Shepherd  Siegel Shepherd Siegel's blog:

Music? Review? You decide, then play.

You know, I never get asked, “Shepherd Siegel, the world knows you as an intergalactically recognized artist…but what are you REALLY like?” Nope, never been asked that.


Well, I just live life by three simple rules. Yours may look a little different, but I think you’ll get the idea. In fact, I’d lo...

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Published on July 15, 2019 12:05
Gary McPherson Gary McPherson's blog:

Caribbean Paradise

The sweet taste of strawberry trickled down the back of her throat. Crushed ice cooled her parched pallet, and then the headache began to roar. Jennifer closed her eyes and prayed for the pain to go away so she could suck down another refreshing swallow. The aching seemed to linger, but then begi...

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Published on July 16, 2019 04:13
Juliette E. Sebock Juliette E. Sebock's blog:

Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

Edited by renowned Fitzgerald scholars Jackson R. Bryer and Cathy W. Barks, with a new introduction by Scott and Zelda's granddaughter, Eleanor Lanahan, this is a welcome addition to the Fitzgerald literary canon.

The post Dear Scott, Dearest Zelda: The Love Letters of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgera...

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Published on July 15, 2019 09:00
Janet Lansbury Janet Lansbury's blog:

How to Create a ‘Yes Space’ Outdoors (When You Don’t Have a Yard)

“The stimulation which nature provides is unparalleled. Even the youngest infant becomes fascinated by listening to birds, watching the movements of flies, butterflies, shadows and leaves. Air circulation, temperature change, the playfulness of sunlight and shadow are strong stimuli to the skin,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 17:17
Mario Kiefer Mario Kiefer's blog:

Spanking the Monkey 3

It was early on that July 3rd when Sock Monkey and his guardians rose from their slumber to begin the next leg of their journey. Sock Monkey was pouting because he had been in trouble the night before and had been sent to bed without his supper. But the freedom of the road and the beautiful Oklah... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2019 09:30
Valentina Mandraccio Valentina Mandraccio's blog:

La mia primissima presentazione...

Era da un po' di tempo che ci rimuginavo su e in più qualche notte insonne, lo ammetto, da quando ho fissato con la mia amica Romina (proprietaria di una storica caffetteria-pasticceria di Pietra Ligure e amministratrice di un'associazione culturale) la data di questa presentazione. La prima vera... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 11, 2019 09:29
Esteban    Garcia Esteban Garcia's blog:

Open Letter - Millennial Jesus

I have come under attack by an Alien entity that claims to be killing members of my family, apparently we are being exterminated as we speak. It is a painful experience that should not go untold. They have even showed up in large numbers and made their presence known in in the sky in no uncertain... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 04, 2019 02:47
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