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Michael Sean Symonds Michael Sean Symonds's blog:

Fall More Deeply.

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Published on August 05, 2020 07:20
Nissa Annakindt Nissa Annakindt's blog:

“Why is my writing broken?”

[image error]A lot of writers out there are desperately searching for a critique group, or beta readers, or even a ‘content editor’ to hire, to get some feedback on their work. Many go so far as to post their writing or writing ideas on an internet group and then get frantic when random strangers on

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Published on August 05, 2020 06:22
Helen Hegener Helen Hegener's blog:

Hudson Stuck’s Sled Bag

The Episcopalian minister Hudson Stuck, known as the Archdeacon of the Yukon, published five books about his travels and adventures in Alaska, including Ten Thousand Miles with a Dog Sled, published in 1914.

In that book a photograph appears, and a sled bag can be seen hanging from the handlebars. Th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 15:31
Kathryn  Cooper Kathryn Cooper's blog:

Ready to Trust 5 STARS Review & Giveaway #RTPrism



On Tour with Prism Book Tours




Ready to Trust

(Hearts of Oklahoma #2)

By Tina Radcliffe

Christian Contemporary Romance

Paperback & ebook, 224 Pages

July 21, 2020 by Love Inspired


Proving he’s a changed man could be his biggest challenge yet.


Rancher Reece Rainbolt’s shocked to learn he’s inherited half o

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Published on August 05, 2020 07:18
Marly Bird Marly Bird's blog:

DIY Stitch Markers and Jump Rings

Wire is such a fun medium to work with. Bending it into different shapes and watching what it becomes is part of the journey. Another way to make your own DIY stitch marker is to use wire and mandrels. Not only can you make stitch markers with mandrels but you can also make custom jump […]


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Published on August 05, 2020 19:55
A. Ali Ural A. Ali Ural's blog:

A. Ali Ural Ramazan Sevinci'nde...

A. Ali Ural TRT 1'in sevilen programı "Ramazan Sevinci"nde ekranların karşısına çıkıyor. Ramazanın son günü gerçekleşecek olan programın başlama saati 17:00...

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Published on June 13, 2018 16:59
Lynda Kaye Frazier Lynda Kaye Frazier's blog:

WELCOME TO THE WINGS OF THE WICKED WILD RIDE BLOG HOP



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Published on December 10, 2018 21:01
Dan Jorgensen Dan Jorgensen's blog:

A Writer's Moment: It's All About Relationships

A Writer's Moment: It's All About Relationships: “Writing, basically breaks down to relationships between people and that is what you write about.” – Leon Uris   I ...
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Published on August 05, 2020 05:51
Daniel Harms Daniel Harms's blog:

A Podcast on Spirits, A Review Response and Editorial Principles, Reviewing Another OOP Book, Wax Images in the Book of Four Wizards, Dumb Politics

Last year when visiting the Museum of Witchcraft, I met with Heather Freeman, a professor of digital media at UNC Charlotte. We had a talk about familiar spirits in grimoires, in anticipation of a project to create a documentary. COVID transformed that into a podcast, and I make an appearance in Epi

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Published on August 05, 2020 05:59
Amy C. Fitzjohn Amy C. Fitzjohn's blog:

5 Creative Ways to Boost Brand Awareness and Reputation – A Guest Post

Thanks to another contributor for these handy tips…

 


5 Creative Ways to Boost Brand Awareness and Reputation

123 lets go brand awareness


Pexels


 


There’s a line of thinking in the bowels of marketing chambers that any publicity is good publicity. It’s based upon the premise that any bit of notoriety is benefici

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Published on August 06, 2020 02:39
Virginia Lieto Virginia Lieto's blog:

How to Ease Our Discontent

It has been a very unsettling year, dealing with the coronavirus, and the fallout rippling effects of teaching children at home, massive unemployment, and cabin fever! We all seem to be getting to that point where we cannot take much more. And yet, with no end in sight, we most likely will deal with

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Published on August 05, 2020 05:30
Mark    Ryan Mark Ryan's blog:

Lost in the faraway

The conjuring dreams. Of moments in time. Love lost on your lips. Your hand in mine. Kicking this cactus heart around. Fresh like mint on my tongue. Calling you out of the clouds. Out of my bones that feel as heavy as China. One of those falling dreams. Like you’re here. But still gone.
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Published on August 05, 2020 11:19
S.D.   Smith S.D. Smith's blog:

Seeds and Harvest and Minimum Wage Writing





The words from the screen grab and the picture are many years apart. During the time of that post, I was working very hard (battling discouragement constantly) and planting seeds. The picture below is a little evidence of the harvest that God provided later. 





I’m happy to say that I now make more tha

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Published on August 05, 2020 08:34
Neil Hughes Neil Hughes's blog:

The Bright Side of Getting Distracted

[this article was originally written for Puttylike]









As a child I was confused by a story about a kid torturing himself by trying not to think about orange penguins. The intended moral was that it’s impossible to not think about something. But I never understood why you wouldn’t want to think abou

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Published on August 04, 2020 01:37
Brian Romanchuk Brian Romanchuk's blog:

Breakeven Inflation Unsurprisingly Low

Breakeven inflation rates in the United States have recovered from their crisis swoon, but remained at depressed levels. This is in contrast to the rather feverish inflation predictions that are coming from the usual sources, like gold enthusiasts.

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Published on August 05, 2020 09:50
Stormie Steele Stormie Steele's blog:

Storm’s FineArt

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Published on August 05, 2020 14:05
Victor Truth Victor Truth's blog:

A Cat called News

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In this age, nothing is news,
But still everything is news,
Even a cat that mews!
News cannot get stale,
Its “channelised” and recycled,
Down our throats until gargled!
Kept on the back burner to simmer a bit,
Then served back pipping hot, a big hit!
One wouldn’t depend on the paper,
Put the

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Published on August 05, 2020 16:04
Silvana Ávila Silvana Ávila's blog:

La energía que emanamos, la energía con la que conectamos.

Qué cosas conectan dentro de nosotros de manera profunda es uno de los misterios más profundos de la personalidad. El secreto de cada persona, la cualidad de la luz en cada persona, la cualidad vibratoria de cada persona. Como es adentro es afuera y sí.
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Published on August 05, 2020 06:30
Kimia Wood Kimia Wood's blog:

Dear Diary….killing people and taking their stuff

While Mikael cast healing on Ezekiel, and Ezekiel sawed off the horns of the minotaur, the rest of us searched the fallen guards and the bunk-room where they died.


The guard room, past the spiked beam trap, kind of zig-zagged north and south. Bunks lined the walls, with boxes of personal effects, but

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Published on August 05, 2020 05:45
Stacy A. Padula Stacy A. Padula's blog:

Marshfield High School Student Recommends Realistic Y.A. Novel

Written by Abby Fusco, Marshfield, MA



[image error]Abby Fusco is a senior at Marshfield High School. She has always enjoyed painting her dog, Teddy—a King Charles Cavalier. Her paintings made perfect gifts for her mother, and this inspired her to begin painting pet portraits for her friends and famil Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 07:00
Gregory  Brown Gregory Brown's blog:

Christology Series: Christ's Death

Christ’s DeathScripture teaches that Christ died as an atoning sacrifice for mankind. To “atone” means to pay the penalty for sins. Two reasons are given in Scripture for Christ’s atoning death—God’s love and his justice.[i] John 3:16 speaks of God’s love. “For this is the way God loved the world: H Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 18:31
V.S. Holmes V.S. Holmes's blog:

Guardian Angels and Writing Research with K. C. Freeman

I discussed real-life guardian angels, the daunting reality of co-authoring, and wrinkles in researching real-world places with urban fantasy author K. C. Freeman. 

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Published on August 05, 2020 08:35
David Vienna David Vienna's blog:

Both boys got new bedroom furniture this summer. And my wife got home office furniture. Guess who...

Both boys got new bedroom furniture this summer. And my wife got home office furniture. Guess who put all of these pieces together?

Me. I did.

And I’m fucking exhausted now.

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Published on August 05, 2020 23:04
Connie Bryson Connie Bryson's blog:

AMAZING LOVE!

Colossians 1:19,20 "For it pleased the Father that in Him all the fullness should dwell, and by Him to reconcile all things to Himself, by Him, whether things on earth or things in heaven, having made peace through the blood of His cross."  Try and imagine the enormity of God's love for you. He sent Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 05:30
Jonathan  Clements Jonathan Clements's blog:

Raw Deal

THE MID-2000s were my introduction to the investment world—and even today my thinking is heavily influenced by what was happening then.


Take a moment to recall the 2004-07 period. Stock prices were marching higher, foreign shares were crushing U.S. stocks, small caps were doing all right and you coul

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Published on August 06, 2020 00:00
Zachary Stockill Zachary Stockill's blog:

#45 – Love Under Lockdown, Breakups, Drugs, God & More with Dr. Robert Glover

In today’s episode of Humans in Love, I’m joined once again by the author of No More Mr. Nice Guy, Dr. Robert Glover. Dr. Robert Glover has become one of my favourite people to talk to for my podcast. You may have heard him before on episodes 17 and 29. In Dr. Glover’s third appearance […]


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Published on August 05, 2020 04:27
Bernard Deacon Bernard Deacon's blog:

Contrasting Cornish surnames from places

Boswarthack or Boswarthick is a surname that I haven’t yet covered in either book or blog. It comes from a place in Constantine parish spelt Boswodek in 1330 and Bosvathek in 1519. This apparently meant a settlement by a water-course or stream. In the 1500s the distribution of the name Bosvathek (al Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 06, 2020 02:17
Clancy Tucker Clancy Tucker's blog:

6 August 2020 - POLISH CHURCH IS DECORATED WITH 20,000 SKELETONS


POLISH CHURCH IS DECORATED WITH 20,000 SKELETONS
G'day folks,
There is a chapel in Poland outside the Kaplica Czaszek that is absolutely terrifying. The modest looking St. Batholomew’s Church (also called the Kaplica Czaszek) is literally made of thousands of real human bones. I really can’t belie Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 14:36
Cherry Amber Cherry Amber's blog:

Part 1

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Published on August 05, 2020 20:19
Steven Vromman Steven Vromman's blog:

III.X.II. maximum vier kilo

(Lees hier de start van het verhaal. Klik hier voor het personenregister)





De wereld zet zich schrap voor 2043. Het belooft een stoffig jaar te worden. Wij zullen een omweg van pakweg dertigduizend kilometer moeten maken. Nieuwe berekeningen van Joris hebben dan weer grote gevolgen voor de viervoet

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Published on August 06, 2020 00:00
Michelle L. Hardy Michelle L. Hardy's blog:

Cuando uno se da una mano a uno mismo

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Es interesante lo que pasa cuando uno literalmente se da una mano a uno mismo. Una mano encuentra a la otra, se entrelazan, y quedan listas para… rezar.





Nos pongo en las manos de Dios/Diosa





El Dios que nos ama infinita e incondicionalmente





El Dios que está loco por nosotros y solo qui

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Published on August 05, 2020 16:10
Cheryl Wilfong Cheryl Wilfong's blog:

Drying Onions

Time to pull onions out of the garden. The Onionman, from whom i ordered way too many onion seedlings in April, sends out encouraging newsletters about how to grow onions, and, recently, how to harvest onions.
I've pulled the onions, cut off their roots, and now they are drying in my darkened and Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 05, 2020 12:24
Brandy Ayers Brandy Ayers's blog:

How actual Instagram likes and followers boost up promotional strategies

The people who are addicted to various social networking websites will probably be amazed to know about the buying various wants and fans that can be bought. If you are in the process of getting some good likes then it is advised to consider it nevertheless many people are unaware how to buy real In

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Published on August 06, 2020 02:17
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