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Adele Broadbent Adele Broadbent's blog:

Grenade

Hideki lives on the island of Okinawa, not far from Japan. The Japanese have taken control of his island, imposing strict rules. They are not to speak Okinawan, only Japanese. They are not allowed to follow their age-old traditions for fear of violent reprisals and now they are facing something e...

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Published on May 25, 2019 16:17
Sharulnizam Mohamed Yusof Sharulnizam Mohamed Yusof's blog:

Satu Petang Ramadan Bersama Sang Bulu Bernama Tambi

Selalu waktu petang-petang hujung minggu saya ambil masa sikit bawa awek bermisai ni jalan-jalan keliling kawasan rumah. Sambil tu boleh juga asah perasap kamera yang terperam. Ini lah model yang sanggup melayan hobi tuan dia. Kalau kena tempat, memang ligatlah dia ke sana sini. Bila dah penat, e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 08:28
Rosa María Artal Rosa María Artal's blog:

Una relación oblicua con la verdad

Rosa María Artal Debate en Telemadrid de candidatos a la Comunidad La frase la dijo Ángel Gabilondo, candidato a la presidencia de la Comunidad de Madrid por el PSOE, en un debate electoral. Iba dirigida a Ignacio Aguado, de Ciudadanos, pero le encaja como un guante a las tres derechas españolas.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 15:17
The King's Singers The King's Singers's blog:

Sion, Switzerland

I don’t think there’s ever been a time in my life when my work flow has been regular. Monday-to-Friday or nine-to-five have never been phrases that have characterised my existence accurately. In my life as a performing King’s Singer, I’m sure that statement seems obvious. Most mornings on tour I...

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Published on May 25, 2019 12:28
Mark  Jewell Mark Jewell's blog:

Weekly Recap, May 26, 2019

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Here are our favorite sales-enhancing tips from this week's Selling Energy Blogs...


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Published on May 26, 2019 00:00
L. Costa L. Costa's blog:

Review: Simplemente Perfecta

Simplemente Perfecta Simplemente Perfecta by Miriam Meza
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Simplemente Perfecta es una novela con una buena dosis de romance, erotismo e intriga que te mantendrá enganchado hasta el final. Los personajes están bien delineados y desarrollados, la trama es fresca y se disfruta, sobre todo las p... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 17, 2018 11:49
Grace Kagni Grace Kagni's blog:

Welcome back from Rome, Italy

Hello friends,

I’ve been away from my blog this summer, working hard on the revision and copyediting of my previously published novels. It’s hard work, and yet it has made me fall in love with my characters all over again.

I have lots of new scenes popping into my head with the most recent disaster... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 29, 2018 00:35
Colin Flaherty Colin Flaherty's blog:

Letter from Nashville

This post Letter from Nashville by

Colin Flaherty appeared first on White Girl Bleed a Lot, Knockout Game, black on white crime.







Letter from Nashville







Dear Colin,






Hey, I love your work and I’m sorry to report I can’t keep up with everything you are doing and am often several weeks behind on the podca...

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Published on May 25, 2019 19:00
Jena Baxter Jena Baxter's blog:

Shantallow by Cara Martin ***Excerpt -- Giveaway***




ShantallowCara Martin 


Published by: Cormorant BooksPublication date: May 26th 2019Genres: Horror, Young Adult

Tanvi isn’t the girl of Misha’s dreams; she’s the girl from his nightmares. She has appeared in his chilling dreams before he even meets her; when he DOES meet her, he falls for her.

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Published on May 26, 2019 00:00
Beabe Thompson Beabe Thompson's blog:

PS, y’all.

I’m taking a break from directly reading or posting on Social Media. In all my OCD personality, I spent hours each day on Facebook. No writing was getting done. No housemoving was getting done. I’ve been without Facebook for a little while now and miss interacting with friends, but seem to be mak... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 05:57
Ronald Nutter Ronald Nutter's blog:

How to Setup the Ambient Weather WS-0265 For Your SmartHome

Setup of the Ambient Weather WS-0265 unit 1. Download Ambient Tool and Ambient Weather apps for your SmartPhone 2. Plug power supply into Ambient WS-0265 device 3. Make sure your SmartPhone is on a 2.4Ghz based SSID 4. Open Ambient … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 23:36
Cecilia Garcia Diaz Cecilia Garcia Diaz's blog:

Choque de Reyes: George RR Martin versus Tolkien y sus universos expandidos

HBO es consciente de que debe actuar con rapidez para llenar el vacío que, tras ocho años de emisión, ha dejado ‘Juego de tronos’, la serie que cambió las normas narrativas sobre los héroes y que se ha convertido en el fenómeno global más relevante tras ‘Perdidos‘.

Con los nuevos gigantes de st...

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Published on May 26, 2019 01:19
Bob Thiel Bob Thiel's blog:

BibleNewsProphecy: Will Pollution lead to the End?

COGwriter The Continuing Church of God (CCOG) is pleased to announce the following video on our Bible News Prophecy YouTube channel: 14:03 Will Pollution lead to the End? At the Basel Convention, 187 nations, other than the USA agreed to a UN backed deal on plastic pollution. The USA was also cal... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 01:01
Barney  Davey Barney Davey's blog:

Are You Ready to Look for the Risk and Reap the Rewards and Benefits of Teaching Art Online?

Teaching Art Is As Old As Making Art I wasn’t there when humans first made art. Nonetheless, I bet another soul was around who wanted to know how the artist made that art. And, so it goes. Artists have been learning from teachers for eons. The idea of being a full-time professional artist burns b...

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Published on May 25, 2019 15:57
Lynn M. Dixon Lynn M. Dixon's blog:

Meeting in the Middle!

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Have you ever had the amazing opportunity to work with your mentor?  Your guru? Or, your master teacher?  As a professional? I had a recent conversation with a retired teacher- friend who is now regularly emailing her former high school English teacher.  They have met in the middle,...

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Published on May 25, 2019 12:18
Priyanka Naik Priyanka Naik's blog:

The time-keeper at Chor Bazaar

He sits outside his shop in the narrow lane of Mumbai's infamous chor bazaar. His is one of the many in line of the bric-a-brac stores in the area. Abdul Ghadiwala, he calls himself, a plump bespectacled man smiling broadly at the camera hanging in my neck with all except his front two teeth. I d... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 22:47
Rana Amani Rana Amani's blog:

Kenyang Teu Puguh

Kapan ya terakhir kali aku makan kolak?



Sepertinya sudah lama sekali karena aku sampai tidak ingat. Sepertinya juga kolak yang kumakan bukanlah kolak yang kubeli di luar, melainkan kolak buatan ibu. Kolaknya beliau buat untuk apa juga aku tidak ingat, mungkin hanya iseng karena beliau sedang ingin...

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Published on May 26, 2019 00:45
Jedidiah Ayres Jedidiah Ayres's blog:

Subtitles Van-Dammit

On the Do Some Damage podcast I tell Steve Weddle to go read some subtitled French movies and it doesn't go over very well. Maybe that's just my perception, but listen to the groan in Steve's tone when I say it - subtitled movies, Steve. Not even the name Jean-Claude Van Damme makes my fair-hair... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 08:00
Davide Mana Davide Mana's blog:

Turntable: Across America by Train

I sometimes mention music on this blog, but I never thought of doing a proper series of posts about music that somehow intersects my interests and the themes of this blog: travel and exploration, the Orient and the old pulps, fiction and writing.
Who knows, maybe someone would be interested…

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Published on May 25, 2019 15:24
Richard H. Havermale Richard H. Havermale's blog:

Sunday, May 26, 2019


Introduction to 2 Kings[1]

First, we'll re-cap a few things about the two Books of Kings, as a whole. They're part of the Deuteronomistic history. What does that mean?"
Well, it means that the Book of Deuteronomy, and its religious legal code, helped inspire the viewpoint of the Books of Kings' ed... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 09:23
Aimer Boyz Aimer Boyz's blog:

Forget the Flowers

No offense to Barbara or Neil, but you can skip the real flowers. Bring me gelato shaped into rose petals and we’ll talk. Cold, sweet decadence. One taste and you’re making the kind of sounds usually reserved for the bedroom. It’s that good. If you see one of these winged cupids flying from a sto... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 25, 2019 06:00
Elyssa Nyte Elyssa Nyte's blog:

Check this out on Pinterest.

It gets better every time you see it! – http://pinterest.com/pin/A45oVwAQAOAG7t_3BDQAAAA/?s=3&m=wordpress

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Published on December 08, 2014 23:53
Renee Scattergood Renee Scattergood's blog:

Cover Reveal: Reecah’s Gift

Happy Tuesday everyone. Today I have a special cover reveal featuring author Richard H. Stephens two books. We had the honor to do both of them and they are some Continue reading
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Published on May 26, 2019 01:41
Jimm Grogan Jimm Grogan's blog:

New Short Story

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I had submitted a short story to a contest last year. Last month I got notice that from the thousands of entries, I didn’t win. Now that the story is mine again, I plan on rewriting it to contain adventures beyond the contest limit of 17,000 words. I want to add more of the perils a...

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Published on May 25, 2019 16:14
Daleen Viljoen Daleen Viljoen's blog:

My husband drowned his phone

Now I can laugh about it. A couple of nights ago it seemed far less funny. First you have to understand my husband is addicted to his phone. It is an extension of his arm. If God gave you an option of having a hand or a phone he would choose a phone. He goes nowhere without it – and I mean absolu...

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Published on August 20, 2014 04:27
Erin Reese Erin Reese's blog:

Client Appreciation Readings: 'Once in a Blue Moon' Special

Hello dear beloved clients,

It's a Blue Moon this weekend - a perfect time to offer a sliding scale reading special!

Please share this link with friends and family.

Contact me at erin@erinreese.com to book.

I look forward to reading for you.
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Published on May 15, 2019 19:32
Jaye Marie Jaye Marie's blog:

No meat day

Originally posted on pensitivity101:
Our diet is pretty basic, but I aim for at least two meals a week without meat, though one of those is likely to be fish. In the winter, we have our three day stew, which is all veg and the ‘meat’ flavour comes from two chicken stock cubes. I also… Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 01:10
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