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Suzanne Schultz Pick Suzanne Schultz Pick's blog:

Cover Reveal for Mirror Bound (The Witchling Academy #2) by Monica Sanz














Mirror Bound (The Witchling Academy #2)
by Monica Sanz
Genre: YA Paranormal/Mystery & Suspense
Release Date: September 2019
Entangled Teen
Summary:
Conspirator. Failure. Murderer.
Seraphina Dovetail is used to being called all these things. As the seventh-born daughter to a witch, and the cause of... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 02:50
Megan Whitmer Megan Whitmer's blog:

The Artist's Way and Artist Dates. Alternate Title: Am I Really Allowed to Schedule Dates with Myself?

I've been thinking a lot about self-care lately. 

In Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, she talks about the importance of setting aside time for yourself each week. She calls them Artist Dates. The idea is that you have to give yourself breaks in order to refill the well, so to speak. 

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Published on June 26, 2019 05:00
Aderyn Wood Aderyn Wood's blog:

The Borderlands: Return has launched!

Yes it's finally launch week...The Borderlands: Return is the the final book in the YA fantasy trilogy, The Borderlands. To celebrate its launch, all three books are heavily discounted for a few days only. Grab your copies now!Book One – FREEAmazon USAmazon UKAmazon CAAmazon DEAmazon AUBook Two –... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 23:47
Jenn Faulk Jenn Faulk's blog:

Wednesday Reads – Suffering is Never for Nothing

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I’ve always been challenged by the teachings and the writings of Elisabeth Elliott. I was able to hear her speak in 2003 and will forever remember how she authoritatively handled the word of God and shared from the riches of grace that she knew. Suffering is Never for Nothing is a b...

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Published on June 26, 2019 05:10
Shawna Seed Shawna Seed's blog:

My Summer Reads

True confession: I’m not a fan of summer. It’s hot. I don’t like hot. But it’s a great time to lounge by the pool or the lake or – let’s be honest – in the air-conditioning and lose yourself in a fun read. Here are some the books on my summer reading list: BIG SKY, by Kate Atkinson I’ve been a Ka...

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Published on June 26, 2019 08:18
David Herndon David Herndon's blog:

Who is Worthy to Worship – Psalm 24

From our new Wednesdays in the Word podcast. We look at Psalm 24 – one of the greatest of the Psalms to see what the proper way to worship God is.



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Published on June 26, 2019 11:41
Louise  Phillips Louise Phillips's blog:

Making Stuff Up Can Be Very Pleasurable .....




Tonight, will be the last session of my current workshop at the Irish Writers Centre. It is always tinged with a little sadness that a course is coming to an end, primarily because I enjoy them so very much.
I will miss the passion and energy of being in a room every week with other writers, eage... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 23:46
Jessica A. Weiss Jessica A. Weiss's blog:

Dark Reader--Reveiw

Dark Dreams-Tales of Terror
edited by Rebecca Besser


What Dark Reader Says:

Dark Dreams is a short collection featuring 7 short horror stories.
This is the perfect read for a road trip or a day at the beach. From haunted libraries to fairy sacrifices, ghouls living under a skating rink to ghosts... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 25, 2011 16:29
Geneviève Blouin Geneviève Blouin's blog:

Copibec a encore besoin d'appuis

Je vous expliquais, début avril, que Copibec avait besoin d'appuis, parce que le Comité permanent de l’industrie, des sciences et de la technologie qui avait "mis à jour" la Loi sur le droit d'auteur en 2012 (avec des conséquences catastrophiques pour les auteurs) s'apprêtait à la réviser.

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Published on June 26, 2019 04:30
Elisabeth Antoine Crawford Elisabeth Antoine Crawford's blog:

Food Festivals of Friuli (Part 3): Mondo delle Malghe

[image error]My next stop that summer was Ravascletto, which I would use as a home base for a hike to nearby Malga Pozôf, as well as for the Mondo delle Malghe (world of the malga) festival in Ovaro. My room at Albergo Bellavista certainly lived up to its name “beautiful view”—across the valley r...

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Published on June 26, 2019 11:32
C.A. Oliver C.A. Oliver's blog:

The Lonely Seeker

C.A. Oliver announces the release of
'The Lonely Seeker'.
The second book of the 'Songs of the Lost Islands' series is available for purchase on Amazon (Paperback and e-book).
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Published on June 27, 2019 02:11
J. Cafesin J. Cafesin's blog:

Ready to Become a CEO?

READY to #STARTUP? Step-by-step MARKETING PRACTICE, not #MBA theory or #Entrepreneurs stories (which worked for THEM by not likely 4 U): http://amazon.com/dp/B07L9LC8NS 

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Published on June 26, 2019 07:36
Fraser A. Sherman Fraser A. Sherman's blog:

Blood will tell, but sometimes I wish it didn’t

[image error]A lot of people dislike the Chosen One trope, the idea that one individual is marked by destiny to do whatever has to be done: defeat Voldemort, blow up the Death Star, free humanity from the Matrix. Some people object that it implies nobody else can do anything, or that a male Chose...

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Published on June 26, 2019 02:10
K.F. Nicholson K.F. Nicholson's blog:

TUPPERWARE DAYS

Because I crashed my car…


Driving too fast,  too far…


Well, I was ‘driven’ as well as driving.


Gotta get there on time, so I can leave on time so I can get back home to see my babies before bed.


Gotta do this job that I hate because I need the money …. that I spend on .. childcare… so someone else ca...

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Published on February 17, 2015 00:48
Michael Cupo Michael Cupo's blog:

Arisen Reactions

Reactions aren’t caused by outside things, they’re the result of what’s already within you. It’s as though you don’t have a choice, but you do, you just don’t have the discipline for this to be realized…

Reactions are not a projection of the circumstances that seem to be causing them. Whatever hap... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 05:14
Jai Arjun Singh Jai Arjun Singh's blog:

Cary and Kate and a dog and a leopard

One of my all-time favourite scenes: Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn and Asta the dog singing to Baby the leopard (who joins in, while perched on a rooftop) in Howard Hawks’s Bringing up Baby. A deranged four-member choir. 




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Published on June 26, 2019 05:03
Stanley K. Ridgley Stanley K. Ridgley's blog:

Audience Focus

Too often, we can find ourselves rambling or roaming in a presentation, and this usually means we’ve strayed from the hoary principle of audience focus. Yes, focus on your audience. Roaming aimlessly means that we haven’t established a tightly focused subject, and we’ve not linked it to a tightly...

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Published on June 26, 2019 11:04
Jean Oram Jean Oram's blog:

Hold on Tight: Forgiveness (#BookQW)

It’s Book Quote Wednesday and the word of the week is “tight.”





If someone you loved granted you forgiveness, would you hold on tight? Would you recognize the olive branch?





I’m listening to The Business of Life podcast right now with Arlene Dickinson and Jann Arden–two Canadian icons–and they’re ta...

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Published on June 26, 2019 10:43
Laura Langston Laura Langston's blog:

And That’s A Wrap

The final few pages of a novel should bring a sense of completion and ideally some satisfaction or fulfillment too (which is why I love a well-written happily ever after). At the same time, a good ending should be logical, appropriate and have a sense of inevitability about it. It’s an art, hitti...

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Published on June 26, 2019 13:06
Philip Sandifer Philip Sandifer's blog:

I Don't Speak German - new episodes

Once again, sorry for missing posts.  Several new episodes to share.


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Episode 20 - Gavin, Goad, and Edgelord Comedy (with Samantha Kutner)


Samantha Kutner returns to talk more about Gavin McInnes, including his book, his style, his appeal, and some of his influences.

Warnings apply.

Direct Do...

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Published on June 26, 2019 02:27
Jonathan   Goodman Jonathan Goodman's blog:

What’s the Best Online Personal Training Software?

Online personal training software can be a valuable tool to create, deliver, and maintain your coaching services. The more clients you have, and the more complex your business becomes, the more you and your clients will rely on the software to keep in touch and stay on track.

But just as every onl...

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Published on June 26, 2019 02:22
Steve Murrell Steve Murrell's blog:

Mountain Climbing Faith








How do you respond when your faith is tested? Steve Murrell discusses how mountain-moving faith becomes mountain-climbing faith.

#5MinuteLeadership

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Published on June 26, 2019 08:15
Stephanie Barbe Hammer Stephanie Barbe Hammer's blog:

Too real: Bergdorf’s, New York, East Coast private schools and the sexual threat from E. Jean Carroll to Christine Blasey Ford (it really is as bad as it sounds)

Friends — this is not my usual kind of post, but these are some thoughts I’d like to share nonetheless.


This past Friday night, I watched E. Jean Carroll tell Lawrence O’Donnell her story of how Donald Trump raped her in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman.


That story – like the story of Christine...

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Published on June 26, 2019 17:41
I.D. Blind I.D. Blind's blog:

Happy women’s day, beautifuls!

I love female characters. 
In my books they are always colorful, fun, and oh so unique
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Published on March 08, 2019 10:50
Jose M.M. Santos Jose M.M. Santos's blog:

Booktube: Videos de Maio

Foram estes os vídeos publicados em Maio no meu canal de Booktube. Comecei com uma grande desilusão com o EM TUDO HAVIA BELEZA, do autor espanhol Manuel Vilas. E as minhas previsões para as leituras de Maio foram: E seguiu-se...
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Published on June 26, 2019 12:54
Brother Andrew Brother Andrew's blog:

Visiting the Hiding Place

A visit to the Corrie ten Boom Museum brings back inspiring conversations between Brother Andrew and his friend.


The post Visiting the Hiding Place appeared first on Open Doors USA.

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Published on June 26, 2019 18:12
Stuart Millard Stuart Millard's blog:

That Time Heartbeat Did An Alien Abduction

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Even today, ITV’s Heartbeat is so bonded to its placement dead-centre of Sunday Night Dread, that on hearing its theme tune, I instinctively started getting a tummy ache in creeping fear of school tomorrow. A partial cover of Buddy Holly’s song of the same name, Nick Berry’s version...

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Published on June 26, 2019 16:06
Dorine White Dorine White's blog:

Agent Rachel Letofsky from Cooke McDermid

Welcome to Inside the Publishing World Wednesday! Today I am spotlighting another amazing agent that I met at the Seattle Writers Workshop, Rachel Letofsky.

Who is she?
Rachel is a graduate of the Humber Creative Book Publishing Program and the University of Toronto, where she specialized in Engli... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 03:00
Massad Ayoob Massad Ayoob's blog:

ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF WHY IT’S HARD TO TAKE THE ANTI-GUNNERS SERIOUSLY

David Hogg, now 19, is at it again. He jumped on the publicity bandwagon in hopes of being the new poster child of the anti-gun movement after the high school he attended was the site of a mass murder atrocity … Read more Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 08:23
Grant Cunningham Grant Cunningham's blog:

Your Hump Day Reading List for June 26, 2019

Hump Day Reading List


 


Welcome to the Hump Day Reading List! Here are what I believe to be the three most important articles you can read this week to enhance your personal and family safety:


 


This week in Defense and Training:


 



Don’t believe everything you see on YouTube

My friend Cecil Burch, martial arts legend and...

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Published on June 26, 2019 04:21
Brad Feld Brad Feld's blog:

A Short Recent History of the Colorado Startup Community

Colorado Public Television takes an in-depth look at Colorado’s thriving startup scene in its new 5-part season called Street Level Startups.











The first episode, which is above, includes me and Jared Polis reflecting on some fun Techstars founding history, Dan Caruso talking about Zayo and the brid...

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Published on June 26, 2019 05:04
Joseph Harold Bunting Joseph Harold Bunting's blog:

Christina Weaver on How to Revise a Story and Publish With Confidence

Revising a story is arguably the hardest part of writing. I know many writers who refused to revise at all when they first started out. Personally, I also felt like my short stories were gold in just one draft. Then I realized having to revise is a necessary part of the process. That means it’s i...

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Published on June 26, 2019 08:05
Meg Stivison Meg Stivison's blog:

Biang Biang

We ‘re adding a special expansion card to Takeout as an SDCC exclusive. (I can’t believe that’s an actual sentence I just typed.) I’ve been considering adding either Taiwanese pineapple cake or Xian pulled noodles, both really stylish, specific foods that will make attractive cards. Also, my stud...

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Published on June 26, 2019 14:11
Stephanie A. Mann Stephanie A. Mann's blog:

His Faith Was His Crime: St. John Southworth

The Archdiocese of Westminster celebrates its martyr saint today, St. John Southworth, executed for the crime of being a priest in 1654. He had been arrested and protected by Queen Henrietta Maria and suffered imprisonment several times. Southworth assisted St. Henry Morse, SJ, during an attack... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 22:30
Nicola Cameron Nicola Cameron's blog:

Let’s Get Healthy: Day Nine (AKA It Takes Three Weeks To Form a New Habit)

[image error]Yep, still doing thirty minutes a day.


Yep, still listening to Pod is My Copilot while trudging along.


Yep, still entertaining the cats.


Yep, still sweating like Seabiscuit.


Yep, my knees still hurt like a mother.


But. I was able to climb up a ladder today to replace the seasonal decor ov...

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Published on June 26, 2019 21:55
Teri Lynne Underwood Teri Lynne Underwood's blog:

Let’s Spend the Summer in the Psalms, Shall We?

So, y’all, summer is here in FULL FORCE in Alabama. It is hot. And a few weeks ago I got poison ivy and I’m not sure there is much worse than having poison ivy when it’s so miserably hot and humid that you begin sweating the minute you step outside. But, you’re not here for my sob story, right?

T...

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Published on June 26, 2019 04:00
Stacy McKitrick Stacy McKitrick's blog:

Wednesday Reads and the Ducks are Back!

Took a weekend trip to Chicago and actually got a lot of reading done during the drive (the portion I wasn’t driving, of course). Helped that I was reading a good book, too.

Here’s what I finished reading this week:

Book #29

Dates read: June 18-24
Title: Mark of the Demon
Year of publication: 2009
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Published on June 26, 2019 03:00
Courtney J.  Hall Courtney J. Hall's blog:

Monthly Round-Up: June

Summer has arrived! And I’m already counting the seconds until it’s over. Not because I hate it – no, I promised last month I wasn’t going to complain all summer about the humidity, the heat, the humidity, the daily thunderstorms, the humidity…wait. Where was I? Right – counting down to the end o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 06:00
Ανδρέας Καπανδρέου Ανδρέας Καπανδρέου's blog:

Χαιρετισμός στην παρουσίαση των βιβλίων της Μαρίας Κούβαρου


[Χαιρετησμός του Ανδρέα Καπανδρέου - εκ μέρους των Συμπαντικών Διαδρομών - στην παρουσίαση των βιβλίων της Μαρίας Κούβαρου, Κίτι (Λάρνακα), 26 Ιουν. 2019]
Καλησπέρα σε όλους.Ονομάζομαι Ανδρέας Καπανδρέου και θα απευθύνω χαιρετισμό εκ μέρους του εκδοτικού οίκου Συμπαντικές Διαδρομές. 
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Published on June 26, 2019 23:00
Amy  Evans Amy Evans's blog:

the-moon-loves-the-sea:
This is the most beautiful way to describe fic, transformative storytelling...

the-moon-loves-the-sea:


This is the most beautiful way to describe fic, transformative storytelling and collective mythmaking. He gets it.


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Published on June 26, 2019 20:09
Summer Kinard Summer Kinard's blog:

One-Way Skin and a Myrrh-Bearing Heart

Almost two weeks ago, I attended the Ancient Faith Writing and Podcasting Conference, a two-day gathering that builds up the Church by strengthening the people helping to teach in it. In its short history, this conference has become the preeminent conference for Orthodox Christian creatives, or i...

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Published on June 26, 2019 14:31
Amanda Cowen Amanda Cowen's blog:

Download ☛ L'harmonie intérieure epub by His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso the Dalai Lama

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