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Kei Nishida Kei Nishida's blog:

Japanese Green Tea Company Wins Global Tea Championship 3 Years in a Row

On October 8 2019, Global Tea Championship announced that Japanese Green Tea Company won a Silver Medal for the Steamed Green Tea Category.

Issaku Sencha Green Tea, the signature product from Japanese Green Tea Company, Won Global Tea Championship in 2017 as well making this tea to be the two-time winner for...

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Published on October 21, 2019 08:06
Rebecca S. Ramsey Rebecca S. Ramsey's blog:

The Story of Samuel

Welcome to the story of Samuel, the Godly Play story scheduled for this Sunday, October 27, based on 1 Samuel 1-28:3. You can find the script for the story in the pink Enrichment Presentations for Fall book, p.72-77.


This week’s story is another one (like Ruth) that fits nicely after the story of the ark and the tent. And it follows...p.72-77.


Thispink Enrichment

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Published on October 21, 2019 07:25
Cecilia Jan Cecilia Jan's blog:

Contar hasta 10 o la importancia de la paciencia en la educación de los niños

Lo normal es que los menores no lo hagan todo bien ni a la primera ni todas las veces
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Published on October 22, 2019 00:28
Diane M. Johnson Diane M. Johnson's blog:

Script ExerptsExcerpt of the Month:Turf WarThis is a scen...




Script ExerptsExcerpt of the Month:Turf War
This is a scene that takes place after 'odd gnome out' Shamus gets trapped by lawn flamingos (led by Floyd) across the road from the yard he belongs in. And because of it, prim proper neighbor Petunia finally meets slovenly sad sack neighbor Owen.
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Published on October 21, 2019 22:25
smarticular Verlag smarticular Verlag's blog:

Pasta mit Kürbis – das einfachste, saisonale Rezept

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Diese Kürbis-Pasta kocht sich quasi von selbst! Probiere doch mal dieses einfache Rezept für eine köstliche saisonale Abwechslung zu Pasta mit Tomatensoße.

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Published on October 21, 2019 07:25
Nirupama P.R.V. Nirupama P.R.V.'s blog:

Monday Motivation

Beauty lies in the eye of the Beholder!


Seen here are Fall colors- Glory of nature or dismal end of summer- our choice!


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Published on October 21, 2019 18:29
Lori Lamothe Lori Lamothe's blog:

Netgalley Reviews

Whisper of Bones


Melinda Leigh's Whisper of Bones is the
third novella in the Widow's Island series, which is set on a small
island in the Pacific Northwest. Though I was unfamiliar with the
series, I had little difficulty following the overarching story and got a
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Published on October 22, 2019 02:04
Thomas Amaria Thomas Amaria's blog:

Visit Lincoln

This weekend myself and The Hills In My Wolds went for a sophisticated mini-break in LINCOLN. It was ACE!



The idea for the trip came about a few years ago when we were in Belfast - we were having such a lovely time there that we thought we'd look up other places that we cou... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2019 04:00
Amy Kreydin Amy Kreydin's blog:

Can Reflexology Induce Labor?

Reflexology has been shown to reduce both the duration and pain of labor, eases many of the discomforts of pregnancy - headaches, back pain, heartburn, blood pressure, edema - and is well received as a deeply relaxing and comforting modality. In the age of "internet experts" in every search engin...

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Published on October 21, 2019 09:57
Michael J. Ritchie Michael J. Ritchie's blog:

“Kismet” by Luke Tredget (2018)

[image error] “The bus to Kilburn is a long time coming, and while waiting Anna looks back and forth between two versions of the Edgware Road, the real and the digital.”

As the chronically single member of my friendship group, I’m the only one who has much experience with dating apps. Most of the people I kno...

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Published on October 19, 2019 23:22
Karen  Ferguson Karen Ferguson's blog:

LOVE IS A VERB NOT A NOUN

LOVE IS A VERB NOT A NOUN …which means it’s a choice that requires commitment, not a feeling that requires passion.
Is anyone else disturbed by the high rates of divorce and separation these days? 

Stats show almost 50 percent of marriages will end in divorce or separation, which is n...

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Published on October 21, 2019 13:44
Daniel   Ford Daniel Ford's blog:

Episode 388: Joe Posnanski, Author of The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini

Author and sportswriter Joe Posnanski joins Rebecca Weston on the show to discuss his new book The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini.

To learn more about Joe Posnanski, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Also read Rebecca’s review of The Life and Afterlife of Harry Houdini in Octob...

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Published on October 21, 2019 19:30
Jennica Janae Jennica Janae's blog:

Listening to Audiobooks

Hours spent listening to audiobooks: 7 Hours spent writing: 2 (Disclosure: This post contains Amazon affiliate links) For the longest time, I was always against listening to audiobooks. I wanted nothing to do with them. It just wasn’t anything like reading to me. Reading is a way for me to submer...

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Published on October 21, 2019 10:05
João Esteves João Esteves's blog:

[2180.] GRACILIANO RAMOS [I] || O VELHO GRAÇA, POR DÊNIS DE MORAES

* O VELHO GRAÇA: UMA BIOGRAFIA DE GRACILIANO RAMOS *
DÊNIS DE MORAES || BOITEMPO EDITORIAL || 2012

“Um Homem admiravelmente decente”, que “so...*
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Published on October 21, 2019 14:51
Exponent II Exponent II's blog:

Five Years Ago I Led Ordain Women Into a Priesthood Session

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There are opinions all over the place about what we did that day, but tell me this – if it was really so wrong, then why’d God give me such a good hair day?


 


I remember a story from high school seminary (probably an urban legend, now that I think about it), about a Latter-day Saint man who shot...day?


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Published on October 21, 2019 06:00
Lee Tobin McClain Lee Tobin McClain's blog:

My 30th Book Birthday!

There is a saying that goes, “Write what you know.” As much as that’s helpful, that would be a very short-lived career. I am an army wife, the ex-wife of a drug addict, a cook, a mother, a special needs mother, and…that’s what I know. All of my characters who  are anything but those things, […]
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Published on October 22, 2019 02:00
Brian de Haaff Brian de Haaff's blog:

5 Questions Every Frustrated Product Manager Should Ask When Dates Slip

frustrated product manager questions

Busy is not always better. I have written before about the difference between busy work and meaningful work. Our time is finite, so it is important to be purposeful about where we put our effort. This is especially true if you are a product manager striving to provide real value to customers. But wha...

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Published on October 21, 2019 08:30
Eva Gavilán Eva Gavilán's blog:

Mizu No Oto – Cada Imagen Tiene Su Haiku – Edición #40 (español)

Compañeros y amigos de haiku.  Sé que llego tarde pero esta imagen me impactó y aunque no pueda participar en el concurso deseo compartir el mi0.


Agradezco a @bananafish y a @marcoriccardi por mantener viva esta iniciativa.


Mire las bases y las participaciones aquí


 


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Halo de luz


atraes mis sentidos.


Voy hacia ti


 


Retos de escritor y alcanzar la cima


 


 


 


 


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Published on October 21, 2019 09:17
Christy A. Schmidt Christy A. Schmidt's blog:

To A Lighthouse is Available!

CREATE YOUR OWN LIGHTHOUSE ADVENTURE! To A Lighthouse, Christy A. Schmidt’s 7th non-fiction title, is not your typical lighthouse pictorial! A visit to New Jersey’s 23 lighthouses, To A Lighthouse is designed to bring families together. Filled with unique and colorful photos of each lighthouse, t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 08:00
Chip Kidd Chip Kidd's blog:

SLATE Book Review: RUSTY BROWN by Chris Ware (Pantheon 2019)





Chris Ware has been getting a lot of attention lately with his new book, RUSTY BROWN, published by Pantheon in 2019 (In Stores Now!). We can’t express how proud we are of him for his latest work, it’s amazing!





Recently, a Book Review was written for SLATE by Isaac Butler. Here’s a LINK to check it...

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Published on October 21, 2019 14:15
Mia Knight Mia Knight's blog:

Giveaway & Life Update

 



Hey guys! I’m doing a giveaway for a signed paperback and swag in my Facebook group, Mia Knight’s Captives! It’s a bingo romance game that’s sure to put some books on your TBR list! Game closes this weekend so make sure you join the group and participate for a chance to win!


*This giveaway is open internationally.


On another note,...internationally.


Onwin!


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Published on October 21, 2019 20:51
Brooklyn Ray Brooklyn Ray's blog:

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Published on October 25, 2018 08:04
G.W. Mullins G.W. Mullins's blog:

The Strange Case Of Emilie Sagée & Her Ghostly Twin


"Emilie Sagee had a doppelganger—a ghostly twin—that would make itself visible to others at random moments. One time it was spotted was when she had been teaching a class of 17 girls. She had been normally writing on the board, her back facing the girl, when out of nowhere a projection like e... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 11:08
S. Bonavida Ponce S. Bonavida Ponce's blog:

Lluvia de estrellas (




«Solo existe el amor»UTLA


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Nuestro amigo Henry Slim, alquimista de la música, transmuta nuestro blog del plano literario al musical.
¿A qué nos referimos?
La canción de UTLA, la que podríamos denomin...«Solo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 12, 2019 13:23
Shobana Gomes Shobana Gomes's blog:

Window to the Sky

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All around clouds, each one alike but yet different,
I watch the blue, white, even grey shades,
Sometimes a turbulence disrupts my quiet thoughts,
Just like the clouds they drift,
Quietly, smoothly into another dimension.

The interior of the plane is quiet,
It is just breaking into dawn,
Where I live,
Away from where this plane is taking me.

Not the books, or the movies or the clatter inside,
of the people who ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 19:31
Leigh Kimmel Leigh Kimmel's blog:

A Second Volume that Builds on the Promise of the First

Compete (The Atlantis Grail, #2) Compete by Vera Nazarian

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I really enjoyed Qualify, although I had a period where I got stuck in the middle and didn't come back for a number of months. This one I tore through in a matter of days, and it's even more *wow* than the first one. There we got the merest glimpse of Atlantean society,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 19:52
Marian Snowe Marian Snowe's blog:

Finding Her is here!

Finding Her, my newest novel, is out now! I love this one so much. It’s got suspense, passion, a ton of tension, and one of the most sweeping romances I’ve ever written. I hope you love it too.


Get Finding Her on Amazon or read for free on Kindle Unlimited!


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Published on October 21, 2019 09:38
Diane Rios Diane Rios's blog:

The Landscapes Between

Hello dear blog readers, I hope your autumn is full of goodness. I do love this season, so full of color and cozy comfort. I am writing today to fill you in on my personal situation, because I dont share much about it on social media, and I think some of you are starting to wonder where the heck... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 08:06
Will Bermender Will Bermender's blog:

RT @CNBC: 1 in 6 millennials have $100,000 saved — here's how much you should have at every age. https://t.co/p7cxOM7Rv3

1 in 6 millennials have $100,000 saved — here's how much you should have at every age. https://t.co/p7cxOM7Rv3

— CNBC (@CNBC) October 21, 2019

from Will Bermender on Twitter

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Published on October 21, 2019 18:26
Adem Çetinkaya Adem Çetinkaya's blog:

AI Credit Rating 8-K - CytoDyn Inc. (0001175680) (Filer) Score: 73

8-K - CytoDyn Inc. (0001175680) (Filer) AI credit rating value 73 Beta
DRL value REG 44 Rational Demand Factor LD 3663.681 AI check at Tue
Oct 22 2019 14:17:33 GMT+0200 (EET) by AC Investment Inc. AI Terminal
Reason: (n+7) Volume Factor Code: 1836 Rating AI Process rely on
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Published on October 22, 2019 05:17
James J. Cudney James J. Cudney's blog:

Jay Reads from Haunted House Ghost

The Braxton Campus Mysteries wouldn’t exist without the clever, witty, sarcastic, hilarious, and tough characters who make the series shine. Today… we share the newcomers who are visiting in the latest book, Haunted House Ghost. You might’ve met them briefly before, but now they figure front and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 22, 2019 05:23
Taryn Jameson Taryn Jameson's blog:

Tour Stop - Fight For You


Fight for YouA Warrior for Her #1by Ayden K. MorgenGenre: Contemporary Romance

Some men deserve redemption. Some men are worthy of salvation. I'm not one of them. My name is Michael Kincaid, a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 22:00
Keenan Powell Keenan Powell's blog:

Reading Outside My Genre

When I’m intensely in the writing process, as opposed to just gathering ideas or attempting to outline, I can’t read anything too similar to what I’m writing. So for the past few months, this means I haven’t been able to read any traditional mysteries or cozies since I don’t want them influencing... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2019 22:33
A.J.  Ryder A.J. Ryder's blog:

Kindle Deal: The Beast’s Beloved!

Hello, my darlings!


I hope you’re all doing well! I’m writing you this quick note to tell you something very important, and that is to mark your calendars!


Why?


I’ll tell you! ❤


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calendars!


I’lldarlings!


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Published on October 21, 2019 07:06
David  Blankenship David Blankenship's blog:

Randy 6 part 3

Mac slides my mug onto my table, the one by the front window.  He leaves to take care of one of the small group of customers scattered around the shop.


A man who could pass for a beach bum sits down at the square wooden table in the chair across from mine.  He’s about five foot eight inches tall.  Whit.../>

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Published on October 21, 2019 15:49
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