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Daniel Thomas MacInnes Daniel Thomas MacInnes's blog:

Free Ebook Sale This Weekend

My newest ebooks--Galaxy Four, Fire Shark, The White Album--are FREE this weekend. Simply follow the links below to download your copy.

Galaxy Four is an art anthology of paintings that I created from 1998-2002, arranged into four distinct genres. Each piece is accompanied with a short essay.

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Published on July 10, 2020 08:27
M. M. Murillo M. M. Murillo's blog:

Dreamer by day, writer by night

M. M. Murillo grew up in a small town, daydreaming about writing a book.
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Published on July 10, 2020 08:24
Juan Pablo A. Fuentes Juan Pablo A. Fuentes's blog:

Day 1 - My Cat Po

You are pure white as an angel. You’re in heaven now trying to catch the Holy Spirit dove 🕊. You might not know this, but you helped me recover from a very dark time in my life and you were pretty important to me back then. I remember how scared you were when I brought you home, you even peed the bo Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 08:24
Linda  Comac Linda Comac's blog:

Do we need to protect books from being burned?

Although this is not directly a mental health issue, it is certainly an issue that is causing me (and I suspect many of you) deep distress. The current controversy over taking down statues of Confederate heroes and images of the Confederate flag has now turned to the old TV show Dukes of Hazzard"--o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 08:22
Sandra Perez Gluschankoff Sandra Perez Gluschankoff's blog:

Franzisca's Box Interview

Fellow author, Angelo Schenna, had me over on his blog to answer some interesting questions about Franzisca's Box. Click on the link to read the full interview.
Thank you, Angelo!

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Published on July 10, 2020 08:22
Dennis Espada Dennis Espada's blog:

PASKONG HATI

tula ni DENNIS ESPADA

Sanga-sanga ang mga mananampalataya sa tatlong tipo:
Mga walang pakialam, t’wing Pasko lang nagsisimba o pasibo
Mga banal-banalan, nakatutok lamang sa ritwal o konserbatibo
Mga mulat sa pang-aapi, may pakialam sa lipunan o progresibo
Mga tagasunod ay nahahati kasi nagtatalo-talo
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Published on December 24, 2015 08:21
Alex Tully Alex Tully's blog:

Win a $100 Amazon gift card!

Enter for a chance to win (1 of 4) $100 Amazon Gift Cards from The Kindle Book Review $400 Sizzling July Giveaway!

Look for my latest book, The Lake Never Tells when entering! Thanks for your support :)

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Published on July 10, 2020 08:17
Ai Love Ai Love's blog:

Hours Could Seem Like Days

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If I were to go by the book, like Lt. Saavik, then I would recommend you all see one of my favorite movies, Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan. I wish I could make it more clear than that, but there are just some things so hard to convey in this day and age of media scrutiny.



My parents lov

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Published on July 10, 2020 08:02
Debbie Gonzalez Debbie Gonzalez's blog:

Harlem and Me

Have you ever wondered from where inspiration comes?

For many years, I had the honor of working with children and families in Harlem. One opportunity, afforded me the participation in a monthly book club reading to upper elementary students. It quickly became a highlight. The children seemed to enjoy Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 08:04
P.D. Atkerson P.D. Atkerson's blog:

Up coming book: Winnie Winfield (AKA Simon Lee #5)


Lee didn’t expect the Program to leave him out of the spy game for long. But with his grandparents coming for a visit, the last thing he needs is another mission. 
Too bad no one ever bothers to ask him. 

With the appearance of unexpected people from his past and present, Lee’s safety is threatene Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 07:19
Nikki  Turner Nikki Turner's blog:

My books arrived!

Covid has messed with lots of things, disrupted so many plans and expectations. I released my first novel, The Vulture King, in May and thanks to Corona, getting physical copies of my books to South Africa was problematic. I watched as friends in The UK and US got their copies and could only dream o Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 07:56
Louise Bay Louise Bay's blog:

Mr. Knightsbridge is LIVE!!!

I am so excited that Mr. Knightsbridge is now Live!!

#1click your copy today and meet the brooding, swoon-worthy British gentleman who thinks love has passed him by!

AmazonAmazon UKApple BooksNookKoboAudible

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Published on July 10, 2020 07:42
Christopher Manske Christopher Manske's blog:

Author of The Prepared Investor featured in Yahoo! Finance

Christopher Manske was featured in Yahoo! Finance and GO Banking Rates alongside John Rampton and Yenn Lei of Calendar, Chris Hogan of Dave Ramsey Solutions, Leslie Tayne of the Tayne Law Group, Brian Walsh of Sofi, Brian Burke of Sell Your Mac, Howard Dvorkin Chairman at Debt.com, and Steven Donova Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 07:42
Mark Ellero Mark Ellero's blog:

WannaCry: il disastro annunciato

In questi ultimi giorni siamo tutti in fibrillazione per quello che è stato definito dalla nostra Polizia Postale un “Attacco hacker mondiale“, e in effetti non si tratta di una esagerazione (a parte l’uso improprio della parola “hacker” che sarebbe meglio sostituire con “cyber criminali”).


Migliaia

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Published on May 16, 2017 15:40
John               Watson John Watson's blog:

All For Love

If you had come to me a year ago and told me that I would be publishing a love story in the not too distant future, I would likely have laughed in your face.


This is not to suggest that I am some kind of egotistical asshole. The reality is that I love horror, always have, always will. The idea that I Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 10, 2020 07:28
Abhijit Naskar Abhijit Naskar's blog:

Celebrating Colors (A Sonnet)

Come my friend, it's time to color the world,
It's been vague and stale for eternity.
You and I, we all have the colors in us,
Why not use them to paint over all conformity.
Let's color with our words, thoughts and action,
So that not a single inch is left unrenovated.
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Published on July 10, 2020 07:07
A M BALASUBRAMANIAM A M BALASUBRAMANIAM's blog:

A Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe Can Resonate With What Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford- Brent Spoke

Michael Holding and Ebony Redford Speaking on Racism

I can resonate with what Michael Holding and Ebony Rainford spoke. Every SC/ST will identify with what these two super achievers spoke.


There have more than a few upper caste persons who have been good to me in life de

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Published on July 09, 2020 09:36
R.B. Gono R.B. Gono's blog:

ILY - A Poem

I couldn’t find the right words to say to you so I thought I should—
Lie. Would you, do you care?Or maybe I could say the truth that is in my heart; spit theVulgar emotion thatExists inside me, been made free and careless as a
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Published on July 10, 2020 03:30
John  Kempf John Kempf's blog:

Aphids only on milkweed in a blueberry block

These milkweed plants are being consumed by aphids while the blueberry leaves inches away have no aphids on them at all. This is a clear indicator that the soil microbial population and mineral balance is more supportive of blueberries than it is of milkweed.


The aphids are attracted to the unhealthy

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Published on July 10, 2020 03:58
Sandy Petrovic and David Petrovic Sandy Petrovic and David Petrovic's blog:

Why the Backwards “E”?

Expect a Miracle: Understanding and Living with Autism has been launched! The cover of this second edition book is particularly symbolic for us, and the eye is immediately drawn to that backwards “E” in the title. Was it a mistake? Hardly! 


Sandy: 


Like this “E,” David often drew attention to himself

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Published on July 09, 2020 13:03
Ellora Mishra Ellora Mishra's blog:

In Wonderland!!


Alice : So this is how cloud 9 feels...
White Rabbit : Didn't you feel it while racing with me all this while? 
Alice : Those were all races.... Thus felt like one too! This.....is cloud 9!



Link to the cover story is here
Link to The Literary Mirror Magazine July, 2020 edition is here
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Published on July 09, 2020 15:33
Aman Tiwari Aman Tiwari's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Fri Jul 10 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on July 10, 2020 06:37
Marlène Masquilier Marlène Masquilier's blog:

L’Éveil Spirituel et la Conscience

Dans cette conférence sur la Conscience et la Spiritualité, Gregg Braden, Joe Dispenza et Bruce Lipton répondent aux questions suivantes :
1) Comment pouvons-nous participer à l’éveil de la conscience quand nous revenons dans notre vie de tous les jours ?
2) Est-ce que la Conscience créer Dieu, ou est

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Published on July 09, 2020 08:59
Coralie Raphael Coralie Raphael's blog:

Pourquoi le design est important pour un site d’auteur

Il m’est arrivé de constater que, dans le monde de l’édition, la valeur d’un livre n’est pas toujours seulement dans les mots du manuscrit. Souvent, elle est aussi en la personne de l’auteur. Qui est-il, d’où vient-il, est-il marketable (peu importe ce qu’on attend par là) ? Et c’est là qu’entre en

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Published on July 09, 2020 14:44
Mari Jane Law Mari Jane Law's blog:

Shy Guy

Online enquiry: Mari Jane Law, 2 May 2020





Name: Ivan
Email:horvat_ivan451@net.hr
Message: Please can you help? I want to read Love & Pollination but Kindle can’t be downloaded from my country. If I order a paperback the guys I share with will want to know what’s in the parcel. There is no privacy here

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Published on July 10, 2020 04:01
Emi Zako Emi Zako's blog:

'Let's Go To The Beach, Shuta!' will be on Youtube channel!

Picture This is an exciting news!
One of Shuta and Me series,  Let's Go To The Beach, Shuta!   will be on Youtube channel on July 12th Premire hosted by Accelerated Reader. 

Please visit youtube channel, and let's watch, 'Let's Go To The Beach, Shuta! read aloud'
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Published on July 09, 2020 11:25
Kevin W. Bates Kevin W. Bates's blog:

The City On The Plain

Okay, rant time. (If you ask The Lovely Marianne it’s always rant time with me. That’s unfair and in another post I’ll mount my soap box and deliver a vigorous harangue in my defense. ) The City of this blog post’s title is Denver and these words triggered my rant: “The lure to Denver comes […]
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Published on July 09, 2020 14:06
Alba  García Alba García's blog:

El limón atragantado

Las letras de Alba es un blog de relatos, viajes e historias anónimas.


El apericuento El limón atragantado está basado esta vez en…


Sigue leyendoEl limón atragantado

La entrada El limón atragantado se publicó primero en Blog Las letras de Alba.

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Published on July 10, 2020 00:39
Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev Moses Yuriyvich Mikheyev's blog:

The Voyeurization of Knowledge

Photo by Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash

It could be said today that our society has become inundated with many forms of knowledge. At the mere click of a button, one can access scholarly articles published by Cambridge University, ten thousand miles and an ocean away. Accessibility has become commonplac

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Published on July 09, 2020 20:43
Linh Dinh Linh Dinh's blog:

.[Bugok-dong].

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Published on July 08, 2020 23:09
Kiki  Carr Kiki Carr's blog:

Conscious Swimming

I speak in riddles
For folklore’s tale
Of riches beyond
Our human scale
But what we know
Is just a drop
As I swim in its pale.

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Published on July 09, 2020 12:47
Marcela Franco Rivera Marcela Franco Rivera's blog:

Magic! Part I

Someone recently asked me if I believe in magic, and it was one of the most certain yesses I have said in my life. This is just a little glimpse of what magic means to me: 





Magic is finding solace in a quote, in a hug, in a view. Magic is connecting the dots and understanding how past decisions, life

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Published on July 10, 2020 05:07
Matt Colquhoun Matt Colquhoun's blog:

On Grammar

I’ve recently started an online English language course so that I can become a certified proofreader, in the hope that I can stabilise my current freelance existence, escaping this awful city and living a writer’s life cheaply. (Please help me, I keep writing thousands of words on a blog for free bu

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Published on July 10, 2020 05:05
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