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Prajna G.S. Prajna G.S.'s blog:

Such a Fun Age!

Such a Fun Age Such a Fun Age by Kiley Reid

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Kiley really touches the heart with this work... beautifully crafted and made me ponder about human nature and self created complicacies... wonderful



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Published on October 21, 2020 07:18
Jeannie Delahunt Jeannie Delahunt's blog:

Trusting the Journey

Family chaos and drama, not to mention the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, not to mention all the violence and destruction presented on multiple media fronts - how to cope?

When I pray, I believe and expect outcomes, answers, and insights. For the past nine months, I grappled with challenging family Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 07:13
Art Chester Art Chester's blog:

COVID-19 Mask Use & Re-Use

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Expert Guidance Plus Practical Tips…  COVID-19 mask use poses a great dilemma. Someday, historians will look back on these days and try to explain them. They will ask, how did the COVID-19 mask, a simple accessory that saves lives, become … Continue reading →


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Published on October 21, 2020 06:41
Daniel    Orr Daniel Orr's blog:

October 21, 1983 – U.S. Invasion of Grenada: The U.S. is asked to intervene in Grenada

On October 21, 1983, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean
States asked the United States
to intervene militarily in Grenada,
fearing that the political instability in that island could spread across the Caribbean region. 
The United States Armed Forces then revised its plan from an evacuation
to include

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Published on October 21, 2020 01:53
M.E. Carter M.E. Carter's blog:

I secretly signed up for a Hinge online dating account. It did not go well.

Yes friend. I went for it. I found some pictures, put my best foot forward and attempted the world of online dating.

Backtracking, I've never really been comfortable with online dating. The matches have never been all that great and the few dates I went on didn't go well. It's as if all the "quality Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 07:05
Caroline Flynn Caroline Flynn's blog:

The Winter Berry House Is Available Now!

description Today is the day you can officially return to Port Landon!
Branch and Kait's story is the second in the series, but it's a standalone book. It's also an emotional rollercoaster, and brimming with festive cheer!

"I’m giving this book hearts...5 big full ones!" - NetGalley reviewer

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Published on October 21, 2020 07:04
N.R. Tupper N.R. Tupper's blog:

The Final Book is Done!!

The final book in the main trilogy is now up on Amazon. It's not showing here on Goodreads yet but head over to Amazon, search for my author name N.R.Tupper and it will pop up.

Happy reading!
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Published on October 21, 2020 07:02
T. Melissa Madian T. Melissa Madian's blog:

Kit 'N Kabookle

Hiya Fans I did a guest blog post on the Kit 'N Kabookle blog regarding my the inspiration behind my book It came from the SCIENCE LAB!!! Check it out here:
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Published on October 21, 2020 07:01
Shannon Condon Shannon Condon's blog:

Radio Interview!

Hi! My first radio interview about my Magdalena Series will air tomorrow 10/22 at 5pm on Apple iTunes News Radio. The interview is 25 minutes, here is the link:

https://peopleofdistinction.org/itune...

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Published on October 21, 2020 06:59
Macie P. Smith Macie P. Smith's blog:

Caring During the Pandemic

Wow! It has really been 7+ months since the pandemic has shaken our entire being. It has really been harmful and hurtful to our seniors living in long-term care communities especially, to include assisted living facilities and community residential care homes.

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Published on October 21, 2020 06:57
Megan Smolenyak Megan Smolenyak's blog:

Genealogy Roundup, October 21

Genealogy Roundup, October 21



Sean Kirst: For Audubon, forgotten handshake over honey turns into one sweet deal – Sean Kirst always finds the most intriguing people to profile.

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Published on October 21, 2020 06:57
France Bergeron France Bergeron's blog:

What have you improved in your work today?

Lean thinking is all about developing people to solve flow problems so that we can deliver more value to clients. What flow problem did you solve today?

One of my improvements today in order to make the flow of value to my clients faster, easier and cheaper was to learn new shortcuts in video product Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 06:55
Dan Groat Dan Groat's blog:

Describing Autumn

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Published on October 21, 2020 06:40
Gestalten Gestalten's blog:

From Hut To Hut Through Limestone Peaks

A taste of Italy as tested in Wanderlust Europe

Northern Italy’s mountainous areas cover such a vast portion of the country that it can be hard to know where to start. Between the Maritime Alps and the big peaks of the Aosta region in the west, and the eastern Dolomites toward Austria and Slovenia, y

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Published on October 20, 2020 08:27
Frank Fronash Frank Fronash's blog:

THE REAL WEIRD WEST: Black Lodges and Sinister Cities Part 2

Cimarron, New Mexico back in the day, was as two-fisted, six-gunnin’ an Old West town as ever was. Story has it when a man strode the morning streets, the first question as he tipped his hat to someone was, “Who got killed at Lambert’s last night?”
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Published on October 20, 2020 22:26
Lisa Anne Rooney Lisa Anne Rooney's blog:

The Best Time of the Year – Pay Attention Spirits and Ghosts are all around you!


 

 

     The wind whips through the trees.  The multi-coloured leaves float and swirl in the air landing on the ground creating a patch work path of gold and red.  I wrap myself tighter in my bulky sweater to keep the chilly air from finding its way through the intricate knitted pattern.  Taking a

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Published on October 18, 2020 07:56
Patricia A. Bridewell Patricia A. Bridewell's blog:

10 Things You Can Do This Fall for Now & Later

We’re bored but not for lack of things to do. The coronavirus has tampered with our concept of time in a terrible way, so to create some normalcy and leverage a little extra time, we have a list of activities that can ease your boredom. 



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Published on October 21, 2020 01:16
David Triviño David Triviño's blog:

BLAXPOITATION - Serie noir 3


Siguiendo con la serie noir de artículos sobre el mundo de la novela negra, a razón del texto sobre Jackie Brown posteado recientemente, hoy recupero el artículo de Mark Ralmer (articulista de cultura popular del Seattle Times) sobre el fenómeno Blaxpoitation.
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Published on October 21, 2020 06:34
Roberto Conde Roberto Conde's blog:

«Mariposas de acero», de David Olier.

No suelo escribir reseñas y, aunque lo parezca, esta entrada no va a ser la excepción. La veo más bien como una recomendación, sin spoilers. Hace tiempo que disfruto de una suscripción de Kindle Unlimited, el Netflix de libros de Amazon que puedes probar de forma gratuita durante un mes. El catálogo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2020 07:16
Eric Schliesser Eric Schliesser's blog:

On Liberal Transition Problems: Popper, Lippmann, and Scheall's Hayekian Political Epistemology (I)


First, there are those epistemic burdens that, starting from a relatively illiberal context, would-be liberalizing policymakers must overcome in order to realize an effective liberal order. From a political-epistemological standpoint, a complete defense of liberalism (indeed, of any political

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Published on October 21, 2020 03:17
Barbara Peterson Wheeler Barbara Peterson Wheeler's blog:

Sharing His Glory in Difficult Times

Life is stressful. None of us could have foreseen this year and all of the craziness that came with it. Thankfully, as Christians, we are able to take comfort in our ability to trust God and trust that what is happening is for His glory and purpose. Even as we watch the evening news, hear of people

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Published on October 20, 2020 09:49
Johannes T. Evans Johannes T. Evans's blog:

sparrowsarus:
@johannesevans​
May I offer you this nice Colm in this trying time?  (Bear trap? What...

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May I offer you this nice Colm in this trying time?  (Bear trap? What bear trap?)




You’ll get an Asmodeus when I can make him look not terrible.



A Colm!

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Published on October 20, 2020 13:20
Matthew Dewey Matthew Dewey's blog:

Preparing for the NaNo WriMo 2020

Preparing for the NaNo WriMo, Matthew Dewey, The Penned Sleuth, It’s coming up on that time of the year again. The National November Writing Month presents a challenge to every writer, professional or hobbyist, to write a 50,000-word novel in one month. Some writers take longer than a month for their planning, not to mention writing their novel. Yet, the purpose behind the challenge is clear; to give you a reason to write and finish a novel, not to perfect a story. With the first day fast approaching, here is some pro advice on preparing for the NaNoWriMo! It’s coming up on that time of the year again. The National November Writing Month presents a challenge to every writer, professional or hobbyist, to write a 50,000-word novel in one month. Some writers take longer than a month for their planning, not to mention writing their novel. Yet, the purp Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 03:01
Eliana Matania Ruggiero Eliana Matania Ruggiero's blog:

Recensione: “Pardus – Le luci dell’Eos #1” di Aurora R. Corsini





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Una intrigante sorpresa. Questo romanzo di Aurora R. Corsini è il primo che leggo dell’autrice e ne sono rimasta piacevolmente sorpresa. E’ raro, purtroppo, trovare romanzi del genere MM con vampiri e mutaforma che non siano superficiali, che approfondiscan

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Published on October 20, 2020 07:28
Mayura Amarkant Mayura Amarkant's blog:

Secret Memoirs of a Typewriter | #MyFriendAlexa | #DiaryOfAnInsaneWriterWrites

A typewriter has been lying in a drawer for the past two years. Its old and rusted. It has finally decided to narrate its story to the world. Read on to know what he wants to say. This fascinating story will take you through the spider web human relationships and leave you wondering why human beings Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 04:07
Tony Ortega Tony Ortega's blog:

SCIENTOLOGY BLACK OPS: Aussies bow to Tommy Davis, but he can’t kill ‘dirt file’ story

[Bryan Seymour and Tommy Davis, a 2010 clip in ‘Scientology Black Ops’]

Well, it was fun while it lasted.

Yesterday we received a letter from attorneys for Seven News, asking us to take down the ‘Scientology Black Ops’ series.

Seven News had spent months putting together Bryan Seymour’s ten-part invest

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Published on October 21, 2020 04:00
Christy  Grace Christy Grace's blog:

Moving During Covid… Crazy or Brave?

Pack up the moving boxes, and take me away from my comfortable home with family into a first time apartment! Yup, you heard me right – I’m moving out… During Covid-19 lockdown Am I crazy? Starting a new season in the middle of a lockdown? I don’t think so. I’ve been considering moving into my… Conti

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Published on October 20, 2020 21:30
Christina A. Morley Christina A. Morley's blog:

Jessica's New YouTube Channel and a Linky


My eldest daughter, Jessica, has started her own exercise YouTube channel. She used to do rhythmic gymnastics in primary school and then studied contemporary dance for three years in high school. She recently made it into the University of Cape Town's cheerleading team, but then COVID struck. No Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2020 12:46
Marcus Johnston Marcus Johnston's blog:

Your Call to Cthulhu is Important to Us, Please Hold

I’m not a big fan of American horror, but I do like the psychological fear (usually present in foreign horror films) element, if it’s done well. Cthulhu touches on that nameless horror, that unseen fear, that tinge that comes right before you turn on the lights. Now put that in a banal setting like

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Published on October 20, 2020 09:00
Erin Egnatz Erin Egnatz's blog:

Helltown: Ohio

A ghost town located in Summit County, Ohio is commonly known as “Helltown” due to its paranormal activity. The area has a very dark past with satanic cults, murders, and more occurring within its limits. The government bought the land in the the 1970’s and turned it into a National Park.



Why is it

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Published on October 20, 2020 14:49
Carissa Alinat Carissa Alinat's blog:

MEDITERRANEAN VEGETABLE MEDLEY






This is another recipe that Dr. Carissa and I make regularly for ourselves and our children. You see, we love to cook, but we don’t like to spend time cooking. Not any more than necessary anyway. We are busy. We often have to put healthy food on the table in 30 minutes, or kid will be

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Published on October 21, 2020 03:32
Deborah Kulish Deborah Kulish's blog:

Happy Halloween!

More Giveaways to Enjoy! Below is a long list of Book and Book Preview Giveaways. Get free previews of Moonlighting Bride (Preview) and Christmas Runaway (Preview). Follow the excitement with every turn of the page! See the changes as Jan Nichols grows with … Continue reading →


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Published on October 20, 2020 14:25
Keith Edgar Channing Keith Edgar Channing's blog:

Acrostic Limericks 17

Many examples of acrostic poems can be found scattered around the web (where the first letter of each line spells out a word when read from top to bottom), but I have found very few examples of acrostic Limericks. I now look out for prompts that contain five letters (or ten, fifteen or… let’s not … Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 21, 2020 01:38
Sudeep Chatterjee Sudeep Chatterjee's blog:

লাগোস, আলগ্রেভ : পর্তুগালের মায়াসৈকত


Related imageLagos Rock Formationঘন নীল জল তটরেখার কাছে স্বচ্ছ সবুজ রঙের ওড়না টেনে নিয়েছে,ধীরে ধীরে সূর্য ডুবছে আকাশে, অযত্নে কেউ আবির  ঢেলে ভুলে গেছে মেঘের গায়ে, সোনাঝুরি রঙের বালিয়াড়ির ওপর হু হু করে হাওয়া চলে মাথার চুল এলোমেলো করে দিচ্ছে,প্রকান্ড শিলাপাথরের সৈন্যবিন্যাস এঁকে বেঁকে হারিয়ে গেছে তটরেখা ধরে।অন্ধকা Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 20, 2020 10:00
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