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Yasmina Llacer Rojas Yasmina Llacer Rojas's blog:

objeto-64

linterna.
Para alumbrarte el hoy apagado,
ese que, a día de hoy, no has pagado.
Para alumbrarte el futuro venidero,
ese que, desde hace tiempo,
ves venir vestido de negro.
Para alumbrarte el lado oscuro,
ese que te ha hecho suyo
o que tú has hecho tuyo,
que no sabes si te hace bien o mal,
que hace que no s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:44
Amanda Osborne Amanda Osborne's blog:

Book Recommendation!

Hi there! This is my review for my favorite book I've read in 2019!

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn HugoThe Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I have so many thoughts running through my head as I write this. One of them being that (even though I'm sure I've said this before) this is one of th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:37
Tonya Lampley Tonya Lampley's blog:

#LivingWhileBlack

It's a shame that we need a law but we live in a world inhabited by people who are racially biased. People are victims of their own psyche that sounds an alarm whenever it encounters something that is different. The ego relishes it's indviduation and will attempt to exclude everything that is not... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 06:53
Roxanne Rhoads Roxanne Rhoads's blog:

A Bewitching Friday

INTERVIEW with ALEXIS. N. SAGE (AetherBorn) #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/5PqX30oxRoM

When A Taker Dreams by J. A. Jackson #romance #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/zDHl30oxRtN

Unhuman Light by Chris Stoneheart #urbanfantasy #UF #bewitchingbooktours http://ow.ly/IeXw30oxRrl

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Published on April 26, 2019 07:31
E.J. Wood E.J. Wood's blog:

Preorders?

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Published on April 26, 2019 07:25
Sharon E. Cathcart Sharon E. Cathcart's blog:

Blogging from A to Z: W is for Walking Suit

[image error]On Friday afternoon, Antoinette stopped by with a package for me: yet another box from my favorite modiste.


“A gift from Erik,” she explained, “which he hopes you will wear tomorrow for the performance.”


Inside was an elegant ivory moire walking suit. I was glad that I had a duster coa...

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Published on April 26, 2019 07:15
Whitney McKendree Moore Whitney McKendree Moore's blog:

Body Parts?


I am not interested in what divides us, and today’s reading in Judges underscores why. It’s that horrific story of the concubine being thrown to the carnal crowd, crawling back to die on the doorstep, and then being chopped into twelve pieces, one for each tribe of Israel. Every time I read this... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:15
Phillip Gallant Phillip Gallant's blog:

Phillip Gallant On “Unused” Picture Book Content Created by Phillip Gallant

Phillip Gallant estimated there to be around 400 files created and not applied to the work What Does Cilantro Go With? by Phillip Gallant published through Amazon KDP. In an effort to manage the content, Phillip Gallant created a Patreon account, and has been using “Patreon Only” posts to make th... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:04
Aviva Vaughn Aviva Vaughn's blog:

BOOK 1 FREE TODAY

The final chapter of BECKONED launches 5/16. In celebration, the entire series will be on sale starting TODAY 4/26 FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER.
BOOK 1 is free and all the rest will be 99-cents. Such a steal!!! 5 books for $3.96?!!! Unheard of.

Click here or bio link to buy: SmartURL.it/AmazonAviva #fr... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:01
David  Margolis David Margolis's blog:

THE MISADVENTURES OF BUDDY JONES

Great news for Buddy Jones! He has won an eLit book award for humor. This is a national contest for eBooks and Buddy has won a silver medal. It turns out that his misadventures were funny after all. Thanks to all of you who have given the book such excellent reviews.
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Published on April 26, 2019 07:01
Jeffe Kennedy Jeffe Kennedy's blog:

Refilling the Well


I finished THE FIERY CITADEL, book two in my Forgotten Empires trilogy with St. Martins Press, sequel to THE ORCHID THRONE. Yeah, it doesn’t come out until 2020 – maybe summer? we don’t know – but I completed the first draft and sent it in to Editor Jennie. There will be more work to come, but t...

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Published on April 24, 2019 08:26
Marta Querol Marta Querol's blog:

No solo en Amazon

Hace una semana más o menos comentaban los miembros del club de lectura de la UPV que les había costado encontrar mis libros. Y eso que en Valencia es dónde con mayor facilidad pueden encontrarse. Muchos de ellos terminaron comprándolo en Amazon porque el comentario en las librerías donde pregunt... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 06:43
J.S. Scott J.S. Scott's blog:

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~Will Tori run...or will she let Luke take her (literally) to the most glorious heights of passion she has ever known?~

Download your copy now:
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Published on April 26, 2019 06:31
Benjamin Mollenhour Benjamin Mollenhour's blog:

Stopping Time, if Only for a Second


Welcome everyone to my first blog! With that being said, I’ll keep the introduction short since you can read more about me on Amazon, Goodreads, Facebook, etc. and I’ll add more as we go along, so, for now, we’ll get this first blog started. I love photography! I have been a photo hobbyist for ma... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 21:22
Kara Linaburg Kara Linaburg's blog:

sometimes i wonder if you are okay |to the ones who have faded out of my life|






This is a sort of open letter to some people who have faded out of my life in the last couple of years. 

There are people who are in our lives briefly and touch us deeply. They steal a part of our hearts we did not think possible. We look back on our life before and wonder what we ever did with... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 15:44
D.A.  Smith D.A. Smith's blog:

How Did I Stumble Back Into Blogging Again?

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Photo by Jake Hills on Unsplash



I started taking blogging seriously in 2012 when I signed up for the Tribe Writers Class by Jeff Goins. I knew that I wanted to be a writer of some sort, but (a) fear of being judge by well-meaning family members, (b) I needed steady and stable income...

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Published on April 25, 2019 09:00
Maggie Hemlock Maggie Hemlock's blog:

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 24: The Day I Broke 40k Words

After a three day weekend off to deal with personal matters Monday rolled around. Only the rest of the world didn’t care that it was Camp Nano and they were getting in the way of my main character finally exchanging claiming vows with his true-mate. I’m sure this is the sort of offense one would...

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Published on April 25, 2019 09:02
Brad Laidman Brad Laidman's blog:

My love, well Hate relationship with the Beatles Channel

God is a concept by which we measure our pain

I’ll say it again

God is a concept by which we measure our pain

Black cloud crossed my mind
Blue mist round my soul
Feel so suicidal
Even hate my rock and roll

Want to die
Yeah, want to die
If I ain’t dead already
Oh, girl, you know the reason why

The...

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Published on April 25, 2019 15:54
Bjørn Larssen Bjørn Larssen's blog:

Icelandic summer

Today is sumardagurinn fyrsti – the first day of summer in Iceland. Since 1971 the first day of summer is a national holiday, complete with celebrations, parades, sporting events. At +13 Celsius (55.4 Fahrenheit) it’s a really warm summer day as well. I am not joking. When we first came to Icelan...

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Published on April 25, 2019 10:38
Ranjani Rao Ranjani Rao's blog:

Rituals, Ceremonies and Celebrations

A recent article by David Brooks titled “There should be more rituals” in the New York Times,  got me thinking. Like many Indians, I am no stranger to rituals – from the lighting of lamps to touching the feet of grandparents, my parents demonstrated small actions each day which anchored my growin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 08:06
Rob        Taylor Rob Taylor's blog:

Inferences

I grudgingly rip away Amorphous variables of me, Interleaved between Quantized deliberations Mused by emerald streams Sweeping away my Abstracted visions- Contrapositive inferences To a warrior’s dream As I am…
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Published on April 25, 2019 18:05
Britni Pepper Britni Pepper's blog:

LAX morality

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Yesterday I read a review for Mile High Scrub, sent out for review as an Advance Reading Copy.

The review is here on Goodreads. I especially enjoyed the detail that they read my erotica story at one sitting in the bath. A perfect environment for reading any story, preferably with a gl...

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Published on April 25, 2019 08:00
Jonathan E. Hickory Jonathan E. Hickory's blog:

If I Had Chosen Suicide

If I had chosen suicide, would my department have given me full honors?  Would my body have received a full motorcade with my brother officers riding proudly on their freshly detailed Harley Davidson motorcycles, the blinding brilliance of blue lights piercing the night?  Would they have lined up... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 19:34
Miriam Rizzo Miriam Rizzo's blog:

Intervista a Stefania Bonomi - Il pentagramma dell'anima




Carissimi amici,ho il piacere oggi di farvi conoscere un'autrice decisamente "ispirata" e "grintosa". Stefania Bonomi è una donna con un'energia pazzesca, e ha una visione del mondo che va decisamente "oltre". L'ho conosciuta grazie al suo "Il pentagramma dell'anima" di cui ho postato recentemen... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 02:29
Thomas Spok Thomas Spok's blog:

Les Furtifs d'Alain Damasio, cohérence et continuité

 Les Furtifs d'Alain Damasio, cohérence et continuité Il faut bien sûr avoir lu les précédents ouvrages d'Alain Damasio pour être frappé, à la lecture des Furtifs, dès les premières pages, par la familiarité que l'on peut ressentir avec l'espace littéraire désormais apprivoisé, cohérent, du roman... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 12:14
Julie Bogart Julie Bogart's blog:

Friday Freewrite: Eyes Play Tricks

Remember the last time your “eyes played tricks” on you. Imagine: what if the image you thought you saw was real! Explore that idea and write about it. New to freewriting? Check out our online guide.
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Published on April 26, 2019 00:23
Ruth Larrea Ruth Larrea's blog:

The unfashionable face of old age

Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont



Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont by Elizabeth Taylor


My rating: 4 of 5 stars



It’s several years since I first read this novel. I loved it then for its subtlety, perception and gentle humour. Those same qualities come across to me now, but as I’m so much older myself, the story of a group of lonely an...

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Published on April 25, 2019 10:30
J.D. Cowan J.D. Cowan's blog:

The Good, the Bad, and the Giant Robot ~ A Review of Xabungle


Giant robots are synonymous with two things these days. It was once more, but the genre has really flat-lined as of late.
The first thing the genre is known for is the military science fiction story where those monstrosities replace tanks and another where they are glorified superheroes or ripped... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 11:34
Chriselda Barretto Chriselda Barretto's blog:

Episode 5 – Daniel Dumalin

AVIATION





Episode 5 – Daniel Dumalin



Guest Speaker – Daniel Dumalin Bio





Education:





1. Licentiate in
Experimental and Theoretical Psychology (Research psychologist)





Today this is called Master of Science in Experimental and Theoretical Psychology





2. Associate’s degree
in Electronic Engineering





3. Associ...

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Published on April 25, 2019 10:09
Lady Devreux Lady Devreux's blog:

New Series- Catching Mom With A Black Man

I have recently started a new series, Catching Mom... With A Black Man!
As those whom are familiar with my books are well aware, I do enjoy building up the characters thoroughly before I get into the physical part of the story. This new series follows that standard procedure of mine, and as you ca... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 26, 2019 06:12
Brenda K. Stone Brenda K. Stone's blog:

“Families Matter” Release Day

April 25th is here, and so is my seventh book, “Families Matter.”


Families matter. But the secrets of our loved ones can be devastating. Or overwhelming. Or heartwarming. Sometimes, the truth is better left hidden, but is out in the open for the world to see.


Just ask Emily, Julie, Kiki, Megan, and...

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Published on April 25, 2019 13:00
Thomas J.     Williams Thomas J. Williams's blog:

What is a Business?

Many taxpayers assume they donât own a business because they earn a small amount of money or didnât bother to incorporate â this is not factually correct.
What is a small business? | www.deductingtherightway.comWhat is taxable income?From the IRSâ perspective, money isnât free. So, you pay tax on the money you earn whether itâs from a passive or activ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 25, 2019 12:05
Annie Paden Annie Paden's blog:

Life As It Is

Praise God, I have been blessed to live well into my sixties. Looking back, almost everything I've experienced, good or bad, has been pretty much unexpected. Most of the choices I've made haven't turned out the way I planned. This isn't necessarily a bad thing (although sometimes it feels like it...

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Published on April 25, 2019 13:35
Davy Mourier Davy Mourier's blog:

5 épisodes de la saison 2 de La Petite Mort !!!

La Petite Mort saison 2 c'est tous les dimanches à 10h sur Youtube... mais si tu es pressé il y a 5 épisodes déjà disponible ici :
Le destin d'un jeune faucheur, incarnation de la Mort pour les vivants qui aimerait davantage devenir fleuriste que d'embrasser...
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Published on April 25, 2019 09:49
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