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Sheila Donald Sheila Donald's blog:

Reunions in Literature

[image error] My sons, Adam and Luke and myself at Greenwich Docks



Family reunions are very important. They always have been. Yet in these times of the Pandemic, they have become more important than ever. It was great for my husband and myself to travel to London at the end of October and to see m

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Published on October 26, 2020 09:28
Larissa Lee Larissa Lee's blog:

confusing splendor [poem]

I hope my words bring you the best of things
and the worst
I hope you feel hurt
feel a reflective guilt in the places where
you can see your own sins
I hope you feel empty
feel the hollow echo resonating
between our two souls
I hope you feel cracked open and raw
exposed to the core
and then
I hope you feel the

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Published on October 26, 2020 11:11
Micaiah D. Yhisrael Micaiah D. Yhisrael's blog:

Racial disparities in medicine

I just saw a post where condolences were given for a young, African American, female 2nd year med student that lost her life due to complications from pre-eclampsia.





While I don’t know all the details leading up to her death, I do know people of color especially African American females die at dispr

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Published on October 26, 2020 11:35
Chris Cozen Chris Cozen's blog:

Looking beyond the obvious

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I love playing with photos in various apps.  It makes me look beyond what I see at first glance to the shapes and spaces surrounding me.  When I layer photos it gets even more interesting. Selecting images to layer requires a different way of seeing as well as a willingness to suppress r

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Published on April 29, 2015 09:20
Rosanne Welch Rosanne Welch's blog:

33 The First Six Years from Why Researching Screenwriters Has Always Mattered [Video] (49 seconds)

Watch this entire presentation



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Transcript:



I read once that Tennessee Williams, who’s a famous playwright in the United States, had said that most writers work from the emotions of the first six y

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Published on October 26, 2020 14:25
S.G. Willoughby S.G. Willoughby's blog:

5 Tips for Reconnecting to Your Local Community After Chronic Illness

When I tell people that most of my best friends are people I met in an online community and who I’ve never met in person . . . I get some funny looks. 


 


But I suspect the chronic illness warriors reading this get it. It can be difficult for chronic illness warriors to stay connected to their local co

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Published on October 26, 2020 08:32
Brian C.  Jones Brian C. Jones's blog:

I Hate This About Jesus

Hate Jesus

These Art of Living articles are meant to be thoughtful examinations about how we can, practically speaking, live more like Jesus, instead of just believing like Jesus.


My premise is that Jesus didn’t only come to teach us the best way to think, but the best way to live.


Based on this premise, her

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Published on October 26, 2020 18:00
Manikodi R. Manikodi R.'s blog:

Welcome to my blog.

Welcome to my blog.
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Published on June 01, 2018 20:11
Joni Martins Joni Martins's blog:

Book Review: Leaving Behind the Pieces by R M Demeester

 

Book Review

 


Basic Details:

Book Title: Leaving The Pieces Behind

Subtitle:

Author: R.M. Demeester

Genre: Romance

Part of a series?

Order in series:

Best read after earlier books in series? N/A

Available: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4...

 

Overall score:

I scored this book 4/5

⭐️ ⭐️

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Published on October 26, 2020 09:38
Sunyi Dean Sunyi Dean's blog:

Query Construction: PAPERFLESH (The Book Eaters)

The template that I use for writing pitch letters and query letters, as applied through Paperflesh / The Book Eaters.


The post Query Construction: PAPERFLESH (The Book Eaters) appeared first on sunyi dean.

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Published on October 27, 2020 03:01
C.K.  Robertson C.K. Robertson's blog:

Book Review: The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean





 Hey Readers & Friends,


I'm excited to share this review with you today as I NEED to speak to SOMEONE about it, even if it is just the void of my blog. I was lucky enough to be able to read The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean early - it's releasing on 7th January (put it in your diaries!)

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Published on October 26, 2020 08:07
Darlene Brock Darlene Brock's blog:

Is There Any Good 2020? If You Say “Yes,” Don’t Feel Guilty

When my son died by suicide back in 2015, I was halfway through a four-year term as a municipally elected official. For the two years remaining in my term, I felt overwhelmed and stressed. Life was not a good place for me. My son’s death had left me questioning my faith and I felt like I had no soli

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Published on October 26, 2020 21:05
Lynn Nodima Lynn Nodima's blog:

Books for Writers: Writing Military Science Fiction: Infantry

Writing SciFi Military (or Any Military) StoriesI don’t write military science fiction. Not really, but I come close, at times.One of my SF short stories is a space opera story that involves a starship full of military combatants on leave. Getting the military terms right is an important part of the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 26, 2020 10:32
Jill Castle Jill Castle's blog:

Probiotic Foods for Kids: 6 Easy Options

Learn about the benefits of probiotic foods for kids and where you can easily find them.





Kid-Friendly Fermented Foods You Can Find in the Fridge



You’ve heard the phrase: Your health is your wealth. Well, if your health is your wealth, your gut health is priceless.





I should know.





A few years ago, I made a business trip to another country. During my stay, I

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Published on October 26, 2020 17:15
Judith A. Barrett Judith A. Barrett's blog:

Halloween Preparations 2020

After we moved from the suburbs to the country many years ago, I lost interest in Halloween. Trick or treaters don’t trudge from house to house when the houses are a mile or more apart. There’s not a good return on investment there – just ask any six-year-old trick or treater who calculates success

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Published on October 26, 2020 05:49
Dinah McCall Dinah McCall's blog:

Electric Fireplace 24 Inch

Electric Fireplace 24 Inch.


Napoleon Woodland 24-Inch Electric Fireplace Insert/Log ...Napoleon Woodland 24-Inch Electric Fireplace Insert/Log … (Jeffery Dixon)

– There are various kinds of fireplaces with electric fireplaces currently being one of the most conventional method of warming a house. Truly, these kinds of fireplaces have proven to be mai

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Published on October 27, 2020 02:18
Arpan Ghosh Arpan Ghosh's blog:

Bigg Boss 14 contestant Nikki Tamboli proves her saree looks are beyond stunning; Check it out







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Bigg Boss 14 contestant Nikki Tamboli proves her saree looks are beyond stunning; Check it out





Bigg Boss 14 contestant Nikki Tamboli is one of the stylish celebrities. Today, take a look at her ravishing saree looks.







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Published on October 27, 2020 05:04
Ashlee Price Ashlee Price's blog:

NOW LIVE! Breaking The Bro Code (Hawthorne Brothers Book 3))




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I’m a rule follower, always have been,
Nothing says OFF LIMITS like your best friend’s little sister,
But the moment my lips touched Claire’s,
I threw the whole damn book out the window.


I know, I broke “bro-code,”
And I deserved the punch to the nose I got for it.
I can have any girl I want

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Published on October 26, 2020 15:14
Laura Renauld Laura Renauld's blog:

What I’m Reading & Reviewing… PLUS You Could Win a Debut Book Bundle!

October is flying by and this round of the Debut Review Challenge is nearly half over! I’m even starting to plan challenges for 2021! (If you are a traditionally published Kidlit debut, any genre, and you’d like to be considered for a future challenge, express your interest HERE.)





I know, I know. Rev

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Published on October 26, 2020 10:09
Dennis S. Martin Dennis S. Martin's blog:

Just One More Time

Going swimming Saturdays

At the Fish and Fiddle Inn,

Little sandy strip of beach

Just up around the bend.

Jumping off the deep end

Between boats docked at the pier.

Daring one another touch the bottom,

Testing fear.

 

Happy, carefree, lazy days

Cloud my memory with haze.

 

Sunday afternoon,

Rock Dod

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Published on October 27, 2020 02:26
Ellen  Hamilton Ellen Hamilton's blog:

First came Laddie, then followed Coco, and now ... Popcorn


Now that lambing season is over and I am sure that I will not have any more lambs to look after for at least six months, I can finally sit down and write about my winter babies, the latest lambs I've been looking after and caring for. Don't get me wrong, I love the sheep and I adore the little lambs Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 10, 2019 11:59
Ian Gouge Ian Gouge's blog:

“Lanny”

If you’re the kind of person who flicks through a few pages of a book before you decide to buy it, then you might be put off by Max Porter’s “Lanny”. The way one of the character’s contributions are printed is, shall we say, a little ‘esoteric’; the font is variable, and the words bend… Read More “L Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 26, 2020 22:26
Joe Siccardi Joe Siccardi's blog:

This Day’s Thought

Our lead-in for the Words for the Week comes from F.B. Meyer, cited on This Day’s Thought.


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Published on October 26, 2020 10:40
Monica  Rossi Monica Rossi's blog:

I used to be a "Guy's Girl"

I am so thankful that February is over. I had so much going on that every second felt like it had to be accounted for, otherwise I was wasting time. I’ve still got a lot going on, and I loved every minute of February because it was a blast, but now that it’s over I feel like I can breathe again.
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Published on March 08, 2018 08:51
Jean    Lee Jean Lee's blog:

At Last, the Time Has Come! #FallenPrinceborn: Chosen is Here. Add some #Indie #DarkFantasy to your #FallReads today!

Once upon a time, I made this banner.





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When plans changed, I wasn’t sure I could follow through on that banner, if this book would be “coming” at all.





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But it has come. Thanks to the support of amazing souls like you, I was able to bring this book together and put it on the vir

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Published on October 27, 2020 03:52
Cora Harrington Cora Harrington's blog:

A Brief History Of Garters and My Favorite Designs

Disclosure: All of the garters reviewed here were personal gifts to me. All opinions are my own. When most people think of garters today, they think of a wedding tradition, or of a garter belt used to hold up stockings. They rarely consider the textile bands used to secure stockings from previous ce

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Published on October 26, 2020 10:56
Aimee Cabo Nikolov Aimee Cabo Nikolov's blog:

Episode 111 – From Almost Terrorist to Pastor

WATCH NOW

CHRISTIANITY UNDER FIRE


Discussing how to turn to Christ, even from being an almost terrorist muslim on the latest episode of The Cure, where host Aimee Cabo speaks to Dr Hormoz Shariat.


Dr Hormoz Shariat is the founder and president of Iran Alive @IranAliveMinistries, and author of IRAN'S GR

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Published on October 26, 2020 12:18
André  Fernandes André Fernandes's blog:

Art Galleries in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has lots of art galleries spread along its neighborhoods resuming the cosmopolitan and cultural essence since its foundation. The best days…
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Published on October 17, 2020 21:43
Heidi Pozzo Heidi Pozzo's blog:

Are you really trying to get feedback?

A few weeks ago, a sign popped up on the side of the road. It was the standard poster size on a wood stick. The background was a light green with white type, making it impossible to see what the sign was about. After looking at it a few times as I passed by, I […]
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Published on October 26, 2020 05:12
Abagail Eldan Abagail Eldan's blog:

Earthly Governments and Individualism

Our Lord and Savior did not come to establish an earthly kingdom. A kingdom is a governing body, and the followers of Christ believed He was coming to overthrow the Roman government and establish His own.

Of course, we know that did not happen. Jesus established a heavenly kingdom. If Christ kept His

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Published on October 26, 2020 07:55
Martina Šlajerová Martina Šlajerová's blog:

Keto Black Chocolate Hearts

This spooky chocolate candy is the ideal treat for a healthy Halloween. You won't need activated charcoal to achieve this effect!

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Published on October 26, 2020 09:16
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