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Aisha Urooj Aisha Urooj's blog:

North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell

In this edition of Things You Might Not Have Seen, I highlight the book North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell.

Despite having a happy ending, this book has an air of melancholy surrounding it. Death and disease hover the characters, like a cloud. This book highlights the highs and the lows of the Indu Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 07:53
Jervice CJ Jervice CJ's blog:

Test 5

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Published on May 12, 2020 13:31
Steve Joyce Steve Joyce's blog:

2013 Interview

Well, it appears that the Goodreads link to this interview is broken. However, thanks to the Internet "Wayback" Machine and the appreciated permission of my buddy Andrew Kidd, I'm posting it here. Some of it might be a little dated but, well, here goes:
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Published on August 09, 2020 07:29
V. Theia V. Theia's blog:

Four Fierro Sleeps!

Are you ready to fall in love with Sage and in hate with Finn?

Even if MM romance isn't your usual flavor, you need to meet Finn and Sage!

PREORDER: mybook.to/ManhattanTormentor


Disclaimer: It’s okay if you hate my Maverick at first, he’s King of the dip$hits and he owns it. But like I learned over tim Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 07:14
Michele Weldon Michele Weldon's blog:

The Sounds Have Gone Missing

Act Like You're Having a Good Time: Essays

Michele Weldon
Note: I have been thinking--and writing-- a lot lately about how different the world is since March. I hope you enjoy this recent essay and can read my new book of essays similar in tone to this, out in September.

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Published on August 09, 2020 07:09
Shiulie Ghosh Shiulie Ghosh's blog:

Genie Magic

 

My latest book is available for pre-order on Amazon! 
Mark of the Djinn is an urban fantasy romance chock full of magic and adventure, inspired by the stories of Aladdin and the Arabian Nights. It features Samira, s snarky pickpocket who has a strange ability to control the air, making her a sup Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 06:55
Pat Esden Pat Esden's blog:

ENTANGLED SECRETS: Pinterest Boards Revealed!

 Before I even start to write a novel, I create secret Pinterest boards for the characters, settings, and my plot ideas. It’s one of my absolutely favorite things to do, and helps me remember ideas and details. As I write, I add things and delete images that no longer fit the story. When it gets clo

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:52
Amber M. Kestner Amber M. Kestner's blog:

Free Reading Locations!

Hey Readers,

My books are free to read at these locations:

Wattpad

Inkitt

Dreame

BookNet

Smashwords

If you wish to pay for my books in Kindle or Paperback they are located on Amazon under my real name Amber M. Kestner

Happy Sunday!

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:34
Victoria  Ellis Victoria Ellis's blog:

10 Novellas for .99 cents TODAY ONLY! (8/9/2020)

Hey friends & readers!

I wanted to tell you really quickly that Dark Hollow Lake, an anthology consisting of 10 novellas from 10 authors is only .99 cents today!

The sale ran throughout this weekend only, so today is the last day to grab it for .99 cents. That's pretty damn awesome. 10 novellas. .99 c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 06:33
Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

Leaked Video: Scientology’s anti-psychiatry front talks strategy with psych professor

 
Meet one of Scientology’s long time allies in their war against psychiatry, Lisa Cain, who talks with the church’s anti-psych front group, Citizens Commission on Human Rights, in a new leaked video.

Internet outages caused our source to lose part of this CCHR briefing with staff members Eitan C

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Published on August 09, 2020 04:00
Moira Yeldon Moira Yeldon's blog:

Importance of Being Resilient

“Our greatest glory consists not in never falling, but in rising every time we may fall

Oliver Goldsmith




Kumarakom, Kerala



Have you noticed that resilience is the word of the moment?





You only need to read any article on mindfulness or managing stress to find the focus is on resilience.





While resilienc

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Published on August 08, 2020 17:36
Richard Paolinelli Richard Paolinelli's blog:

The Calling, Part 2, Chapter 7

THE CALLING: Part 2, Chapter 7

A Work Of Star Trek Fan Fiction By Richard Paolinelli


© 2020 RICHARD PAOLINELLI . ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NO COPYING OR ANY OTHER REPRODUCTION OF THIS STORY IS PERMITTED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION. This is a work of fan fiction based in the universe of Star Trek, cre Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 08, 2020 06:39
Madi Lalor Madi Lalor's blog:

"Six of Crows" by Leigh Bardugo

 

"Six of Crows" by Leigh Bardugo 

Hey everyone!
I'm finally back with yet another book recommendation thanks to Tik Tok.

Enjoy!


                                 

Novel:  Six of Crows

Author: Leigh Bardugo

Published: 2015 

Genre: Fantasy 

Pages: 465

Series: Six of Crows #1


Personally, I beli

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:25
Payel  Dutta Payel Dutta's blog:

Healthy Cream Cheese Sandwich

Cheese and Bread are quite a mighty match since the time they were invented. Raw sliced cheese in between pieces of bread, Grilled cheese sandwich, or a compact cheese sandwich with assorted meat and salad between two pieces of huge thick bread.. Whatever you choose, whatever you can garner in betwe Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 08, 2020 06:24
Rev. Francis J. Ripley Rev. Francis J. Ripley's blog:

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:32
Melanie Moreland Melanie Moreland's blog:

Paperback Giveaway has BEGUN!

Enter to win one of three copies of Revved To The Maxx. That is three chances to win!
As Charly says “Easy Peasy to enter–go to the link and add to your TBR!”

https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/sh...

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:32
Jan Carroza Jan Carroza's blog:

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:32
Ranjit Kulkarni Ranjit Kulkarni's blog:

Give Me a Break, Now Available

My new fiction novel is now available. It is called “Give Me a Break” and is available in Kindle and Paperback. “Give Me a Break” is a humourous novel featuring the two characters I have created, namely Jigneshbhai and Swami.





You may read the Kindle version on your Kindle device OR on the Kindle App

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Published on August 09, 2020 05:43
T.E. Kessler T.E. Kessler's blog:

From the author of UNSPOKEN, @tabelshaw reveals all! #sagas #womensfiction #historical #fiction #mustread #bookrelease

A heart-warming, dramatic family saga.
Unspoken is a tale of secrets, love, betrayal and revenge.
Unspoken means something that cannot be uttered aloud. Unspoken is the dark secret a woman must keep, for life.

Alice is fast approaching her one-hundredth birthday and she is dying. Her strange, graph

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Published on August 09, 2020 05:57
Keith Edgar Channing Keith Edgar Channing's blog:

Sunday serialisation – Rory (ret’d) 5.2

Rory Rogerson is 67; an overweight, unfit, retired ‘protection officer’ (that’s PC for hired muscle). He is also a prolific and, by his own reckoning, successful author of crime fiction. Penny (60) is his headmistress wife and Charlie Watkiss is the bloke next door. Together, they make a formidable Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 01:00
David Emerson Frost David Emerson Frost's blog:

Numerology – byte (8/8)

I had the number eight [8] as a blog subject before my morning chores on this eighth day of our eighth calendar month (and our 5th month of clampdown, yet that is another story for these ages).





Credit: giphy



I got a sticky visitor’s badge to clean out our centenarian’s cottage as she transitioned to a

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Published on August 08, 2020 14:36
Alel Auxillos-Cayanan Alel Auxillos-Cayanan's blog:

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Published on August 09, 2020 06:32
Katrina Hoover Lee Katrina Hoover Lee's blog:

One Surprising Strategy to Fight Hostess Anxiety


What Is Hostess Anxiety?



As a hostess, have you ever felt the tightness of anxiety creeping into your shoulders? You try to welcome everyone warmly, and just then you notice that the coffee pot is overflowing onto the counter. How could that happen? You rush over and notice that you had the pot

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Published on August 08, 2020 13:52
Charles van Becelaere Charles van Becelaere's blog:

09 August 2020 - Plague Journal Day 149

Micah 6:8
2 Samuel 6:14-15
Yes, your life matters.

We all are still sheltering in place, but I'm here to keep you sane and entertained.
One could hardly ask for much more than that, now could one?

It's Sunday again, so it's the day to head to worship at the church of your choice. If you want to join us v

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Published on August 09, 2020 05:30
William C. Pennington William C. Pennington's blog:

William Goodfellow, Farmer

Here’s a very rough draft of the opening chapter of my next novel, William Goodfellow. A tale of hope, self-discovery, disillusion, repentance, acceptance, and peace


William Goodfellow dashed the hoe from his hands and stared at the earth packed beneath his torn fingernails. “This is madness. I am a

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Published on August 08, 2020 16:56
Deanna  Troy Deanna Troy's blog:

Need a break? Ride some chocobos.

I compiled all the official Final Fantasy songs.
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Published on August 08, 2020 18:00
Carol Marine Carol Marine's blog:

Neat and Tidy

 

Click Here to Bid (6x6in. - OIL - starts at $100)

After yesterday's mention of "experimenting," someone asked what my current experiments are. I was afraid you'd ask! ; ) For those of you who have followed me a long time, and read my book, you know I have a method I call "island to ocean." For lands

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Published on August 08, 2020 16:22
Carmel O' Reilly Carmel O' Reilly's blog:

A Myth Misquoted Misinterpreted and Misunderstood: The 7% Rule: Fact, Fiction or Fallacy By Carmel O’ Reilly

7% of meaning is communicated through spoken word, 38% through tone of voice, 55% through body language.  A Myth Misquoted Misinterpreted and Misunderstood: The 7% Rule Fact, Fiction or Fallacy is part of a series of stories of when studies or stories were taken out of context, stories of when facts Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 09, 2020 03:00
John W. Kropf John W. Kropf's blog:

Counterpoint to the Zombie Apocalypse

A quiet, peaceful, and even sweet book from Alice Herdan-Zuckermeyer. Alice and her husband, "Zuck" were intellectuals of in Weimar-era Berlin, he also being a playwright. The couple escaped Nazi Germany at the start of WWII and found their way to a small Vermont farm where they adapted to the s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 08, 2020 07:54
Jose Luis Gambande Jose Luis Gambande's blog:

Libro de Einstein para descargar gratis

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Para los interesados en el tema y en tomar contacto con las fuentes originales, hemos subido al sitio el libro de Einstein denominado Relativity – The Special and General Theory. Este libro es la versión de ambas teorías, la Especial y la General. La Especial fue p

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Published on August 08, 2020 12:18
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