Brian Solis will keynote GDS’ special event, “The Journey to AI: Empowering Retail to Deliver on Experience.”
Customer expectations have reached unprecedented levels. With dynamic and changing needs, customers want to be understood, they want their next steps anticipated and they aren’t aRead more of this blog post »
Every book I write now has a playlist. It either develops while I’m writing or I put part (or most) of it together while I’m rewriting.
My question, fellow readers: Does it every interest you when authors post a playlist? Do you listen to it while you’re reading their book? After you’re done readingRead more of this blog post »
Throughout the world, Muslims are turning to Christ in record numbers. The surprising and ancient ways God is drawing His people to Himself?Read more of this blog post »
Marty’s photo of the day #4513: This past Saturday was our final day on Vancouver Island, and by the time we got around to scheduling a ferry ride out of Nanaimo, only the last ferry had an availability. We had previously found Nanaimo to be a dirty, pedestrian-looking city, so we hung out in the prRead more of this blog post »
I’m quickto do favors for people, but not very good at requesting the same formyself. I suspect it’s some sort ofinborn thing. Yet, I believe the momenthas arrived for me to test whether the relatively small favor I’m about to askof a large group of people gathers momentum, or sRead more of this blog post »
I do not prefer the epistolary form, and I am wary about having two authors on a book cover, as well, so The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Anne Barrows had two knocks against it from the beginning. But I had liked the movie. So oRead more of this blog post »
Thanks as always to Ryan McCormack for this… there's always so much good reading, listening, and viewing shared here by him! Subscribe to get these directly from Ryan via email. Insights about improvement, innovation, and leadership… Operational Excellence, Improvement, and Innovation When to standaRead more of this blog post »
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.Read more of this blog post »
Almighty God, creator of all things and source of all that was and is and is to come, teach us to live in honor of you and do all things in love and service to all, that we would not fall into selfish thinking and self-serving ways but be ever connected to you and your beloved children, through JesuRead more of this blog post »
Next week’s star is another recognizable character actor; those of you who like old horror movies might think of him as Read more of this blog post »
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan has plenty of wonderful overlooks across Lake Superior with great views (for some, see my previous post here).
But the best way to see the sandstone rock formations is via boat. Russ andRead more of this blog post »
Books with a thread of commonality or with a continuingstory. Choose to write a series of standalone novels or serialized.
STANDALONE BOOKS (not necessary to read the whole series to enjoy)
Flexibilityof reading out ofRead more of this blog post »
“Assomiglia a volte a un’annuale orgia d’ipocrisia”, dice il New York Times dell’annuale Assemblea Generale delle Nazioni Unite. Inesorabile come il ritorno dell’autunno, ad ogni settembre l’Assemblea si riunisce al Palazzo di Vetro per ascoltare i leader dei 193 paesi associati e dei due osservatorRead more of this blog post »
Friday, September 22, 2023
Pluto, Saturn, Neptune, Chiron, Uranus, Jupiter Retrograde
All kinds of busy, and I am excited for the Autumn Equinox tomorrow!
Today’s serial episode is from Angel Hunt:
Episode 70: LaRead more of this blog post »
It's important to teach sequencing to kids. Use picture books as mentor texts to teach sequence, including beginning, middle, and end.
The post 20 Picture Books to Teach Sequencing & Beginning, Middle, and End appeared first on Imagination Soup.Read more of this blog post »
Look, this film is not going to get a truly in-depth review because it is as shallow as a freakin’ backyard plastic kiddie pool and doesn’t merit keen analysis, but I do have a few pointed remarks I would like to share out of what you might call an overriding sense of colossal umbrage … or somethingRead more of this blog post »
About Ned Bear and The Dirty Whisker Curse
In a world where magic is gone���
Ned is a grizzly bear trained for fighting wars. But he doesn���t want to fight anymore. He���d much rather live a life of exploration and leisure. So one day he ventures out beyond his village to the city ofRead more of this blog post »
Me: In my defense, our conversations have been sparse because I've been working so hard on you.
Novel: Yeah, yeah. Whatever. What do you want now?
Me: I wanted to know how you're feeling. The daft is finished, so it seemed like a good time to as Read more of this blog post »
It’s excerpt time! If you subscribe to my newsletter, you’ll have had this little treat already. Wouldn’t hurt to read it again, though. INTERESTING FACT: This is one of the excerpts from the book we used in the auditions for the audio book.Order NowAmazonAppleB&NKobo From The Amer Read more of this blog post »
The second animated kaiju series currently on Netflix is GAMERA -Rebirth- (Gamera Ribāsu), the first released Gamera production since Gamera the Brave in 2006. It’s produced by ENGI, an animation subsidiary of Gamera’s owner Kadokawa Corporation, and is directed and co-writtenRead more of this blog post »
Republished by Blog Post PromoterPhoto ops with kids are good for politicians because they create the impression of empathy and compassion. Sadly, kids and their families, are expendable resources to create power for “leaders” as laborers, tax payers, and cannon fodder…. It’s been the same during Read more of this blog post »
It seems that my wildlife adventures continue here in Florida. If you read my previous post, you know of my close encounter with the two snakes (please God, let it only be two snakes!) who live in my front yard. And tonight? It’s lizards.
I was in the garage, getting the trash ready foRead more of this blog post »
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