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John Janaro John Janaro's blog:

"Return to the Right Path"


O God, who show the light of your truth 
to those who go astray, 
so that they may return to the right path, 
give all who for the faith they profess are accounted 
  Christians
the grace to reject whatever is contrary to the name
  of Christ 
and to strive after all that does it honor. 
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Published on July 12, 2020 09:08
Robert   Zimmermann Robert Zimmermann's blog:

New Release: Claiming Her Heart, by @s_taylor2013

Growing up in the aftermath of her mother’s murder, Silver Garner successfully buried her soft, loveable, carefree side under layers of hurt, masked by a G.I. Jane persona. She harnessed her skills to freelance as a security expert and spent her entire adult life as a social recluse, working behind Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 21:01
Fred Barnett Fred Barnett's blog:

KOKONUTS CARTOONS by Fred Barnett 1981-1983

Kokonuts (of Kauai) ran as a daily cartoon strip in The Garden Island News of Kauai (Mahalo to editor Jeanne Holmes) from 1981 until 1983, when we departed Kauai (months after the decimation caused by Hurricane Iwa on November 19, 1982). Here is an early introduction to the cast of Kokonuts (1981)…P

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Published on July 12, 2020 14:49
Paul Guildea Paul Guildea's blog:

Searching For Identity – Day 4

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Day 4


In the novel THE PEBBLE we find a girl caught in the headlights of life, desperately trying to figure out the shapes before her that form her identity. When a charming stranger unfurls his wings in a hotel room and opens her eyes to a whole new world Alex takes the invite willingly.

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Published on April 13, 2013 09:45
Nicola Cameron Nicola Cameron's blog:

This is not the time to beat yourself up

Justin A. Reynolds posted something on Twitter today that really resonated with me:




you’re not working from home.


you’re working at home during a pandemic. this isn’t supposed to run smoothly.


you’re not supposed to be acing your deadlines or crushing work rn.


it’s okay that yo

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Published on July 12, 2020 14:36
Dorine White Dorine White's blog:

And the Winner is...

Congrats to Danielle H. You won the copy of Amelia Six.

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Published on July 12, 2020 21:12
J.J. Lair J.J. Lair's blog:

Charlie Higson and the Young Bond series.

I’ve been a James Bond fan since I was kid. The guy always got the criminal, the girl, and never got red in the face. Sean Connery set so many precedents on how that character is to be played. Roger Moore went in another direction that worked in many ways. He kept the "shaken not stirred" drinks, t

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Published on July 12, 2020 10:30
Nike N. Chillemi Nike N. Chillemi's blog:

Chillemi Catz ~ what a feline frenzy

  Okay, okay, I admit it. Nike N. Chillemi is a notorious cat lady. So, there I said it. Yes, it’s true. I not only have five cats and a little doggie inside the house with me, but I also feed a colony of eight stray cats every morning. I believe God’s original plan has …

Continue reading Chillem

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Published on July 12, 2020 10:02
Paul Finch Paul Finch's blog:

All the chills of Christmas this dark July


So, we had blistering sunshine in March and April, pouring rain and bitter winds in June, and now … we’ve got Christmas in July.

Well, it’s not strictly true that we’ve got Christmas in July, but as the jacket art is now ready for the three Christmas books I intend to bring out this autumn, I
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Published on July 12, 2020 03:06
Jeff  Noble Jeff Noble's blog:

Nuff Said: The New York Blessing, George Floyd responses, questions for a new year, one word for your prayers & Joel Osteen

“Nuff Said” is a collection of articles that caught my eye on the interwebs.


The New York Blessing

This is beautiful and absolutely what the church should be doing in times of turmoil and crisis: singing praise and blessing. We have hope to offer because it’s been offered to us, through the cross of J

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Published on July 12, 2020 14:34
L.L. Hunter L.L. Hunter's blog:

Dark Beam by Adrienne Woods - New Release - Blog Tour

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  Title: Darkbeam Part III 
Series: Beam Series 
Author: Adrienne Woods 
Genre: Fantasy 
ISBN: 
Page count: 583 
ASIN: B0832WQHJR 
Publication Date: 23rd June 2020 
Publishers: Fire Quill Publishers
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Published on July 12, 2020 07:00
Francie Van Wirkus Francie Van Wirkus's blog:

New Team Members Need You

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“We could have better onboarding.” 

How you make space for new people to join your team sets the tone for success. 

When onboarding a new person, help them understand ownership: what team members own, what the team owns, and what the supporting leaders own. Discuss desired self-help behaviors. Give th

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Published on July 12, 2020 23:01
Jorge Asís Jorge Asís's blog:

La María Julia del Macrismo (y El Lenguaraz del Zapato)

La María Julia del Macrismo (y El Lenguaraz del Zapato)escribe Oberdán Rocamora
Redactor Estrella
, especial
para JorgeAsisDigital.com





Para conocimiento de Máximo Kirchner, En el Nombre del Hijo; de Sergio Massa, El Conductor; de Horacio Rodríguez Larreta, Geniol; de María Eugenia Vidal, La Chica de Flores de Girondo; de Martín Lousteau, Personaje de Wilde.

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Published on July 12, 2020 14:19
Jamie Parsley Jamie Parsley's blog:

6 Pentecost


July 12, 2020
Matthew 13.1-9, 18-23
+ Well, today is of course, our first public in-house Mass since March 15.
March 15! Four months!
And it feels good.
It’s so good to see people in the pews
Very good.
But, I do want to stress—and I know this easy to forget:
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Published on July 12, 2020 11:27
Blanche Bachelar Blanche Bachelar's blog:

Transgenerational issues: the unthinkable, the unspeakable and the unvoiced

The term ‘Invisible ancestral loyalty’ was coined by Anne Schutzenburger in her book about the invisible threads of our family history, about our need to repair or re-enact painful episodes suffered by family or previous generations.


An interesting example of this occured within my own social circle.

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Published on October 21, 2012 06:04
Ingrid King Ingrid King's blog:

How to Help Your Cat Cope with Thunderstorms

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Thunderstorms can be extremely stressful for cats. While cats may not show their fear in quite the same way as dogs (in severe cases of thunderstorm anxiety, panicking dogs have been known to destroy furniture, jump through windows or otherwise harm themsel

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Published on July 12, 2020 22:00
Diane Ravitch Diane Ravitch's blog:

New York Times: Secret CDC Report Warned of Danger of Opening Schools Without Proper Safeguards

Eileen Sullivan and Erica L. Green of the New York Times managed to get a copy of an internal (secret) report from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that warned of the dangers of opening schools without adequate protection of students and staff.


WASHINGTON — Federal materials for reopening sch

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Published on July 12, 2020 10:13
Rich Hoffman Rich Hoffman's blog:

Moving On: Government screwed up, but people are finding ways to sidestep them for their own happiness

To say I have been pissed off about the government’s reaction to Covid-19 is an understatement. I’m not a supporter of government bureaucracy anyway, so what I have witnessed so far this year of 2020 has been absolutely reprehensible. Government is slow and terrible in regards to the BMV, and public

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Published on July 12, 2020 17:00
Rosie Amber Rosie Amber's blog:

Rosie’s #Bookreview Of #RegencyRomance THE SCOUNDREL’S BARTERED BRIDE by @VirginiaHeath_

The Scoundrel’s Bartered Bride by Virginia Heath 4.5 stars The Scoundrel’s Bartered Bride is a Regency style historical romance. Lady Lydia Barton’s family are desperate; they plan a marriage contract for Lydia to pay off their multiple debts. Their only … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 18:00
Kathryn  Knight Kathryn Knight's blog:

My #Author Interview at #Paranormal #Romance Guild #ghosts #supernatural #amwriting

A few months ago, I was honored to be interviewed at the Paranormal Romance Guild , right before quarantine hit and life suddenly became very different.  I'm sharing it today, and I'm thrilled to note that the pre-order I discuss in the interview, GHOST MOON , is now live...and the audiobo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 12:04
R.E. Hargrave R.E. Hargrave's blog:

BOOK BLITZ: Null and Void by Susan Copperfield #GIVEAWAY


Null and Void
Susan Copperfield
(Royal States #2)
Publication date: November 15th 2017
Genres: Adult, Urban Fantasy
Born without magic, Mackenzie Little has few prospects. In a futile attempt to break her out of the null caste, her mother ropes her into participating in a charity auction, where anyth
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Published on July 13, 2020 01:00
Holly  Young Holly Young's blog:

Down This Road- Book Trailer

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Published on February 05, 2013 12:43
Harold Davis Harold Davis's blog:

Creative Garden Photography eBook and pre-order now available from the publisher (with discount code)

We are very excited that Creative Garden Photography: Making Great Photos of Flowers, Gardens, Landscapes, and the Beautiful World Around Us is now available directly from the book’s publisher, Rocky Nook. Just to clarify, the eBook is available right now, and the book itself can be pre-ordered. Ent

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Published on July 12, 2020 12:40
Dellani Oakes Dellani Oakes's blog:

Love Takes a Swim Part 74 by Dellani Oakes

[image error]Paisley asks to speak to TJ and JT’s mom about the abuse. They come over the next day.


Mrs. Cooper’s furtive glance told Paisley all she needed to know.


“Who did you tell?” she asked her sons.


“Me,” Cody said. “You think I didn’t know all this time? But I didn’t say anything until now, bec

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Published on July 12, 2020 05:00
Katharine Grubb Katharine Grubb's blog:

Working On Multiple Projects

Once you’ve finished your manuscript what do you do next? Becoming serious about writing leads to having multiple projects on the go in different stages of production at once. Maybe a new story you’re writing, one you’re editing, another that is with beta readers or editors, one you’re preparing to

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Published on July 13, 2020 01:00
Paula Vince Paula Vince's blog:

'Unsheltered' by Barbara Kingsolver


The New York Times bestselling author of Flight Behavior, The Lacuna, and The Poisonwood Bible and recipient of numerous literary awards—including the National Humanities Medal, the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, and the Orange Prize—returns with a timely novel that interweaves past and present to Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 12:30
Zach Weinersmith Zach Weinersmith's blog:

Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal - Economist



Click here to go see the bonus panel!

Hovertext:
Mike Munger tells me economists don't actually think this, but my preference for believing they do is tragically stable.


Today's News:
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Published on July 12, 2020 07:15
Irene Preston Irene Preston's blog:

I Tested Positive for Covid-19 and I’m Asymptomatic – Or am I?

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I’m Irene. I’m Covid-19 positive. I was one of those people who thought the coronavirus couldn’t happen to me. I’m also asymptomatic… or I thought I was.


Oh, you’re thinking. You’re one of those people who thought it was a hoax. One of the ones we see on TV crowded up with their friends

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Published on July 12, 2020 05:45
David S. Atkinson David S. Atkinson's blog:

Ideas For Things To Do At Home While Isolating Day One Hundred And Eighteen

Ideas for things to do at home while isolating day one hundred and eighteen: drink some coffee.



For the people who have already been doing that: What? You’ve been doing that already?!


For the people who haven’t already been doing that and don’t want to: Okay, then don’t.

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Published on July 12, 2020 17:00
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