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Isabella Louise Anderson Isabella Louise Anderson's blog:

COVER REVEAL: “Already Gone” by Kristen Proby and K.L. Grayson

Already Gone by Kristen Proby and K.L. Grayson Genre: Contemporary Romance Publishing date: August 27, 2019 Cover Designer: Kari March Photographer: Sara Eirew Falling in love is easy… New Hope, South Carolina is my home. It’s where I grew up, got into trouble, and fell in love for the first time... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 19:25
S a r a h S a r a h's blog:

dark fantasy, intimacy, and brand new things image
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Published on June 16, 2019 07:46
Alya Mark Alya Mark's blog:

Limonada

Hoy, limonada :)    Tenía grandes planes para la continuación del bizcocho de batata, pero ya que aún está continuándose, y seguramente se convertirá en otra cosa por el camino, aprovecho para usar los limones que llovieron en los últimos meses :)

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Published on June 13, 2019 02:49
Bev Pettersen Bev Pettersen's blog:

Meet 2019 Golden Heart Finalist Becke Turner!

Today we’re welcoming another of the Omegas: Becket Turner, whose manuscript MURPHY’S DEBT is a 2019 Golden Heart Finalist in the Best Short Contemporary Romance category. Becke Turner spent many years honing her story chops—many years. A native of southern Illinois, Becke and her husband of ove... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 21:00
Danny Kemp Danny Kemp's blog:

The Lovers

With a heart that was open but eyes that were closed,


She found a safe place and within she dozed.


In her sleep, she saw a star way up high


And she listened as it sang a soulful lullaby.


 


“I feel your sobbing heart through the soles of my feet,


But I pray the day is prolonged until finally, we meet.


Yo...

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Published on June 16, 2019 07:22
Rick Warren Rick Warren's blog:

Jesús vino a Ayudar a las Personas Heridas

 


“El Espíritu del Señor está sobre mí, por cuanto me ha ungido para anunciar buenas nuevas a los pobres. Me ha enviado a proclamar libertad a los cautivos y dar vista a los ciegos, a poner en libertad a los oprimidos, a pregonar el año del favor del Señor.” (Lucas 4:18-19 NVI).


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Published on June 17, 2019 00:30
Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen's blog:

mittendrin e.V.

„Das Sonderschulsystem liefert keine überzeugenden Ergebnisse“





und





„[…] fördert die soziale Spaltung“,





sind nur zwei der sieben angegebenen Gründe für inklusive Bildung auf der Website des mittendrin e.V.





Seit der Verein 2006 von einer Gruppe Eltern behinderter Kinder gegründet wurde, setzen sic...

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Published on June 16, 2019 04:21
David   Greene David Greene's blog:

Fabjoystore – Read This Write-Up..

Fashion conscious women are very worried about the quality of the style accessories which they carry. In terms of accessories, handbags are recognized to be just about the most important accessories. You can ask any women and she will explain that having her own variety of designer handbags would...

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Published on June 17, 2019 00:02
Elise Abram Elise Abram's blog:

“The OA” Season Two — WTF?

Warning: this is about “The OA”; spoilers abound.





Brit Marling as Prarie/Nina from “The OA” season two



 In season one of
Netflix’s “The OA”, Prairie, a blind girl, is kidnapped by Hap and kept in an
underground glass prison cell for seven years. Hap is obsessed with people who
have had near death expe...

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Published on June 16, 2019 16:51
Suzanne Falter Suzanne Falter's blog:

How to Walk Away from ‘Should’

Lately I’ve been pondering how important our thinking process is to our mental and physical well-being. I’ll share a personal example to show you what I mean.


This afternoon, I have a choice. I can sit dutifully at my desk until 5 and work on learning how to use my new screenflow software. Or … I...

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Published on June 16, 2019 15:27
Lee Lofland Lee Lofland's blog:

Weekend Road Trip: Richmond, Virginia’s Hollywood Cemetery

The Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Va. is one of the capital city’ most visited tourist attractions. It’s also the final resting spot for presidents James Monroe (also governor of Virginia in 1800) and John Tyler, as well as several famous civil war figures. One of Edgar Allen Poe’s school teach...

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Published on June 15, 2019 18:47
Eric Robert Nolan Eric Robert Nolan's blog:

A very short review of the premiere of “NOS4A2” (2019)

So I checked out the first episode of AMC’s “NOS4A2” last night, after the ubiquitous ads successfully piqued my interest.  (I frequently get turned off to shows or movies when they’re overexposed by a bombardment of marketing, and resolve not to watch them out of spite.  Seriously.  But “NOS4A2’...

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Published on June 16, 2019 08:04
Timothy J. Pruitt Timothy J. Pruitt's blog:

Sketch Edward G Robinson

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Published on June 17, 2019 02:31
Dan Alatorre Dan Alatorre's blog:

“Only Wrong Once”: A medical thriller that could be fact instead of fiction

Writing to be Read


Only Wrong Once



Only Wrong Once, by Jennifer Ruff is a fast paced medical thriller that deals with international bio-terrorism on a personal level, bringing it all home in a big way. Maybe the reason this tale hits a nerve is that there are similar stories in the news every day, and Only Wro...

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Published on June 16, 2019 03:50
Babs Hightower Babs Hightower's blog:

Died in the Wool: A Whisky Business Mystery by Melinda Mullet

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Died in the Wool:
A Whisky Business Mystery
by Melinda Mullet





About the Book





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Died in the Wool: A Whisky Business Mystery
Cozy Mystery
4th in Series
Alibi (June 18, 2019)
Print Length ~300 pages
Digital ASIN: B07GN17SQJ





No good deed...

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Published on June 16, 2019 21:15
Andra Watkins Andra Watkins's blog:

Day TwentyFive: So Happy Together

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Life has reverted to how it is when we're together. We bask in each other's company. Savor every meal. Hold hands as we gaze at our world.   Read more...







The post Day TwentyFive: So Happy Together appeared first on Andra Watkins.

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Published on June 16, 2019 07:00
Sramana Mitra Sramana Mitra's blog:

Catching Up On Readings: E3 2019 - Sramana Mitra

This feature from The Verge covers at the highlights of the biggest video game event E3 held in Los Angeles last week. For this week’s posts, click on the paragraph links. Tech Posts Valuation...



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Published on June 16, 2019 20:31
Kerstin Hammes Kerstin Hammes's blog:

13 Great Tools You Need For Making a Living as an Online Teacher (#2 is My Must-Have)

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In this week’s episode of the Fluent Show, Lindsay and I got down to business…well, a business chat. We discussed how we started and offers you one of the most in-depth looks we have ever offered into our businesses, mindsets, and how we work.

You can listen to the full show here to get an insight...

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Published on June 16, 2019 23:10
Joan Carter Joan Carter's blog:

Introducing Yoga Soleil D’or Online Studio

Well… it’s been a while since I wrote something on this blog. So big, big apologies to my fans, readers, friends, subscribers and haters too, since I recently learned I got some haters too. Due to a very long and painful Saturn reign in the past year I did more of meditating and planing than writ...

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Published on January 15, 2015 18:34
Matthew C. Mitchell Matthew C. Mitchell's blog:

"Drop Everything" [Matt's Messages]

“Drop Everything”
Following Jesus - The Gospel of Matthew
June 16, 2019 :: Matthew 19:13-30

Our series on the Gospel of Matthew is called “Following Jesus” because Matthew is a theological biography of the most compelling Person Who ever lived.

When you learn Who Jesus truly is and put your trust in... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 09:48
Seramis Sas Seramis Sas's blog:

modelul constipației emoționale

”Ține în el”, comentează cineva cu privire la emoții. ”Până explodează!”, adaugă altcineva. Apare și un făcător de bine și ne îndeamnă la catharsis. ”Eliberarea face bine, e terapeutică”, ne asigură dânsul. Acesta e modelul constipației din … Continuare

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Published on June 17, 2019 00:27
Alexis Rankin Popik Alexis Rankin Popik's blog:

REMEMBERING AMY

My friend Amy Robinson died last month and yesterday I attended her memorial service with a jam-packed gathering of her friends.  I write “friends” rather than “those whose lives she touched” because it seems as if everyone there considered themselves to … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 17, 2019 00:00
Brian Westland Brian Westland's blog:

Blind Willie McTell: Atlanta 12 String Guitar


Blind Willie McTell was a country blues singer/guitarist and probably the greatest performer of the Piedmont style of blues playing. He also played ragtime music. McTell was born blind as William Samuel McTier, in Thomson, Georgia, in 1898.
McTell learned to read and write music from Braille, and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 21:56
Eva Marie Paulliere Eva Marie Paulliere's blog:

Télécharger Livres ♁ Cartes à gratter Babies epub by Collectif Disney

Cartes à gratter Babies.

Cartes à gratter Babies

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Published on June 17, 2019 01:06
Steven Stosny Steven Stosny's blog:

The Resentful Life

Resentment is the persistent feeling that we're being treated unfairly - not getting due respect, appreciation, affection, help, apology, consideration, praise, or reward.
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Published on June 16, 2019 06:30
Jane Lark Jane Lark's blog:

Three old houses that inspired the settings and a part of the plot of Treacle Moon: House No. 3 is Townend, Farmhouse.

The last house out of the three, Townend Farmhouse in the Lake District, I only came across recently. I was in the final stages of editing Treacle Moon, reading and re-reading to sift out all the mistakes (as all my followers on here know, I have dyslexia so editing is quite a task and I...Contin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 11:48
Helle Gade Helle Gade's blog:

Author Candace Wondrake #interview

Please give a warm welcome to


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Tell us a bit about yourself


Oh, God. I suck talking about myself. Well, let’s start off with the basics! My name is Candace Wondrak, and I’m an author, a wife, a mother of 5 fur babies, and a lot of other stuff. My husband and I flip houses in ad...

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Published on June 16, 2019 23:00
Gina Gallagher Gina Gallagher's blog:

It was a wonderful, unexpected family weekend. There are ...

It was a wonderful, unexpected family weekend. There are Whispers to write about, but there was no time to write them. God willing, a new Whisper will be published on Tuesday, June 18. Listen for His quiet Whispers today.
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Published on June 16, 2019 21:10
Sandeep Bhalla Sandeep Bhalla's blog:

Adieus Manmohan Singh

The session of 17th Lok Sabha has started today and two previous prime ministers shall not be its member. Sh. Dev Gowda lost his election and Sh. Manmohan Singh’s term ended last friday, unceremoniously. The aspirant to PM office Rahul Gandhi chose to play truent, as he always does on important o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 16, 2019 23:41
Stephen Flurry Stephen Flurry's blog:

How Germany Plans to Win World War III

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Hint: It has to do with oil, and it nearly worked in World War <span class="smallcaps">ii</span>.

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Published on June 16, 2019 04:00
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