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Khara Croswaite Brindle Khara Croswaite Brindle's blog:

The Badge of Busyness and a Battle with Burnout

Burnout is being talked about a lot right now amidst COVID-19. It can feel so sneaky that you don’t even know it’s there! Known for holding us back, sitting on our chests, or making us feel low, you may think it’s just that you need a vacation. After all, you’ve been working a lot lately. But what a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 16:15
J.N. Supermom J.N. Supermom's blog:

Shameless Self Promo Saturday!

Well this is one hell of a late start for me this week but it is the day I share something and I love doing it.





Recently, I was a guest on Triangle Media’s Author Spotight which was fantastic.





If you missed it you can watch it here: https://youtu.be/UaynFen-8bc





The books are available on kindle and ki

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Published on September 19, 2020 10:13
B. Jaycox B. Jaycox's blog:

Coming Soon...

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Published on September 19, 2020 16:08
Kazeem Olalekan Kazeem Olalekan's blog:

Book Quote #5


"...but let me tell you about institutional thought: whatever the institution and however worthy or substantive, its mind is not entirely human mind, though it's made up human minds...but the institutional mind has only one mental operation: It abhors truth."

- E.L. Doctorow - The Waterworks

The Wate
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Published on September 19, 2020 15:36
Quentin R. Bufogle Quentin R. Bufogle's blog:

ZOMBIES & FOOTBALL

ZOMBIES & FOOTBAL! What could be more uniquely American? Just to demonstrate I was ahead of the curve on the whole Zombie Craze, an excerpt from my 2008 novel "Horse Latitudes" (and my sincere apologies to Pat Benatar) ...

That night he dreamed.

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Published on September 19, 2020 15:29
Cecily Wolfe Cecily Wolfe's blog:

Are You a BookBubber?

Are you following me on BookBub? I have two accounts, one for Cecily Wolfe: https://bookbub.com/authors/cecily-wolfe & another for Cecily K. Wolfe: https://bookbub.com/authors/cecily-k-...

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Published on September 19, 2020 15:05
Stella Lang Stella Lang's blog:

Stella's Wide

The Stella line of books are now available WIDE!

And, the best part?

Hard Blow is now FREE.
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Published on September 19, 2020 15:03
A.L. Jackson A.L. Jackson's blog:

☆☆☆Falling into You is Live☆☆☆

Falling into You
A Falling Stars stand-alone romance from A.L. Jackson
Available Now on Amazon and Free with Kindle Unlimited


“This moves to my #1 standalone this year, and definitely goes on my favorite book list! A.L. Jackson’s writing is so gripping and deep…I need you to run to this book & read it. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 15:01
T.C. Weber T.C. Weber's blog:

MediaCorp and the control of information

The overturning of net neutrality by the FCC, headed by former Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai, opens the door to big Internet service providers intentionally favoring websites and content that they own, or pay them a premium, over others. This would essentially end free speech and competition on the Intern Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:47
Ruth Rotkowitz Ruth Rotkowitz's blog:

the post-Holocaust generation

I have been asked if there is a connection between my novel ESCAPING THE WHALE, published in April 2020, and the Kindle short story, "Frau Professor," published September 2020.
The novel features a 28-year old Jewish woman in New York who is the daughter of Holocaust survivors. Aware of the sufferin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:46
Melinda Emily Thomas Melinda Emily Thomas's blog:

Prayer of the Inadequate White Woman

(On Pentecost – for the Generations of Slaughtered and Oppressed) You shouldn’t have to shout to be heard. I will be quiet. You shouldn’t have to speak time after time after time. I will be your voice when you want to rest. You shouldn’t...
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Published on May 31, 2020 16:22
Jessica O'Toole Jessica O'Toole's blog:

Loyal Lyre's Indie Author Month 2020

Today's featured book is Aerovoyant from author P. L. Tavormina, and available to buy now!

P. L. Tavormina is a climate activist living during Earth’s Anthropocene. Previously, Dr. Tavormina has identified human disease genes at the University of California and catalogued ecological changes in the wa

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Published on September 19, 2020 14:37
Valter Bitencourt Júnior Valter Bitencourt Júnior's blog:

Natureza

Toque de AcalantoSerpenteia o meu corpo no teu
Como o rio na rocha a germinar.
Mundo perdido no ciclo,
Estrelas que some do mar…

Teu corpo traçado no meu,
Tua fragrância, o meu luar.
Meu aroma suado no teu
E os lírios no vento a gozar.

Minha alma em ti,
E a tua além mar
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Os meus olhos a roga Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:38
Jonathan Alter Jonathan Alter's blog:

RBG

Like so many others, I'm devastated by the news of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death and terrified about what comes next. While its impact on my book was not the first, second, third or fourth thing to come to mind, I have to admit that it was the fifth or sixth thing I thought about last night.
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:20
Mace Palmer Mace Palmer's blog:

Upcoming Promotional Offer

We're going to offer a free ebook copy of our hardboiled detective novel Cold War Hot Lead later this month. Watch for the official announcement on the time frame and where to find it.
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:19
Julia Reid Galosy Julia Reid Galosy's blog:

Magic Words 9/19/2020

As promised here is my first sharing of those magic words which leap from the pages. I have used this quote from Fowles for many years. Does it speak to you? Add some of your own.

Fowles

You fall in love by suddenly knowing what past love hadn’t.
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Published on September 19, 2020 14:17
Ellen Senechal Ellen Senechal's blog:

Afternoon Homeschooling Adventure

There're so many joys to homeschooling, a few of which would be flexible schedules, opportunities to hold babies and listen to music while I work on my studies, and an AWESOME teacher (Mom) and principal (Dad) I can turn to whenever I might need questions answered or counsel given. 

And then there ar

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:27
Howard Randolph Howard Randolph's blog:

Fun New Article!

If you're sense of humor is a little, slanted, tilted, quirky or just plain weird and (oddly) you have an interest in the subject of productivity and accountability, you might like my new article posted on Linkedin. There's a serious real-world message behind the fun. Link below. Pass it on!

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:50
Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter's blog:

September 19, 2020

Saturday, 19th September -- WOW -- we have another day of good air quality. Hope if you've been receiving some of our California smoke, it clears up for you as well.
FOOTBALL: Week 2
1) Falcons over Cowboys
2) Vikings over Colts
3) Buccaneers over Panthers
4) 49ers over Jets
You're stuck with three of my Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:49
Virginia Ridgeway Virginia Ridgeway's blog:

Peace

 "When you find yourself in the midst of a storm in your life,it's an opportunity to call out to peace. Peace is present, it's at hand, and you have the opportunity to bring the stillness of peace into your life. If it seems as if the world is coming against you, you're charged with the responsibili

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Published on September 05, 2020 15:48
Misty Mckinney Misty Mckinney's blog:

Comic Venture

I've mentioned in past posts that I was curious about making a comic. I'm in the process of learning how to write a comic script now.
I'm trying to write one new chapter of Asylum's sequel a week. I only have two days off to write because of my job. And I've recently been hit with a nasty downfall fr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:45
Nithin Purple Nithin Purple's blog:

A CANDLE LIKE SHE by Nithin Purple


A CANDLE LIKE SHE by Nithin Purple

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:29
Allison Symes Allison Symes's blog:

Reading While Travelling

Can you read while you travel?

I never used to be able to do so when a kid. I was lucky enough never to feel travel sick but reading while a car was moving just felt odd and so I didn't bother! Why make myself feel odd when I could just look out of the window and play I-Spy or Pub Cricket? Also, we t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:37
Jocelynn Drake Jocelynn Drake's blog:

New Books to Close 2020

As we race toward the end of the year, I thought I’d give a quick overview of what’s coming your way so you can mark your calendar. Trust me, you’re gonna want to plan out our reading time for all this fun stuff.

Let’s get to it!

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:20
Anthony Poulton-Smith Anthony Poulton-Smith's blog:

New Words

I recently came across E. E. Cummings and a poem where coined the word manunkind. Not normally overly delighted with modern created words, but this example, published in 1944, intrigued me. Used in the poem to describe a potential environmental problem, it started me looking at other recently create Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:15
Tigran Gorsh Tigran Gorsh's blog:

301/ ես սեր եմ, մնացածը ես չեմ

Մեկ ուժեղ, մեկ էլ թույլ տղամարդն է ունենում տիրուհի, առաջինը տրվում է՝ որպես ինքնությունը գտած տիրակալ, երկրորդին տիրում են՝ որպես ինքնությունից հրաժարված ստրուկի, իսկ նրանք, ովքեր այս ծայրահեղությունների մեջտեղում են, սեփական ինքնությունը հաստատելու փորձերի մեջ մոլորված միջակներ են:

Ու առանձն

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Published on September 19, 2020 13:06
Vera Q. Vera Q.'s blog:

Marzo 2020: CoronaVeras, l'inizio.

All'ennesima news catastrofica sull'evoluzione del virus, Vera prese una decisione. L'unica decisione. Del resto, era sua la colpa.
Così, disegnato il sigillo sul foglio, chiuse gli occhi e trillò: allora?
E la stanza non si mosse. E la voce della donna rimbalzò sul muro antistante e si spense sulla c Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 19, 2020 13:07
Erica Tuggle Erica Tuggle's blog:

The Vegetarian: No Meat (a book review)

[image error]I’m celebrating the six-month mark of being a vegetarian this month. Just a half year into this lifestyle change, I’ve already encountered a variety of response from family, friends and suitors. The family has been mostly supportive with the occasional slip-up as they offer me a bite of

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