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C.S. Boyack C.S. Boyack's blog:

A tough stretch for me

Last weekend was my two day weekend, and I didn’t get much done. My wife was off at the same time, and it’s a distraction. Some things, but not a lot.


I get a three day weekend this time out, but my parents will be here any minute. I allowed myself to sleep in, because I deserve it once in a while...

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Published on April 19, 2019 10:31
Jessalyn Jameson Jessalyn Jameson's blog:

DESTROY ME, Her Best Friend's Father #2 by Ayden K. Morgen IS LIVE!!!!!!!!



Destroy MeHer Best Friend's Father #2by Ayden K. MorgenGenre: Contemporary Romance
Two weeks. No strings attached. No messy emotions.
Those were the terms Mila Lawson offered Roman Gregory when they found themselves living together in Santa Cruz. Now that the ATF agent has his daughter's twe... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 11:37
A.J. Wolfe A.J. Wolfe's blog:

What’s New in Hollywood Studios: Galaxy’s Edge and Skyliner Construction, Avengers Merchandise, Vintage Shirts, and More!

Hollywood Studios is exciting these days — between prep for the 30th Anniversary celebration (See the events and food here!), Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge construction updates, Skyliner station progress, and new merchandise (Avengers, Rebecca Hook Jewelry, and New Vintage Shirts), we hardly know wher...

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Published on April 19, 2019 13:40
Thomas S. Flowers Thomas S. Flowers's blog:

Paranormal & Supernatural in Review: Sinister (2012)

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Starring: Ethan Hawke, Juliet Rylance, James Ransone, Fred Dalton Thompson, Michael Hall D’Addario, Clare Foley, and Vincent D’Onofrio.

Written By: Scott Derrickson, and C. Robert Cargill

Directed By: Scott Derrickson

Review By: Joshua Macmillan

Synopsis: A washed up true-crime author moves his...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:51
B.L. Dayhoff B.L. Dayhoff's blog:

Coming soon: Holding Hands

Despite my flood of recent posts that have been very thinky and contemplative, I have been writing

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Published on April 19, 2019 10:27
Kate Kisset Kate Kisset's blog:

Happy Friday from wine...



Happy Friday from wine country.

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Published on April 19, 2019 20:19
Kristi Fredericks Kristi Fredericks's blog:

Celebrating Disney’s Hollywood Studios 30th Anniversary

If you happen to be in Walt Disney World on May 1, 2019, be sure to stop by Disney’s Hollywood Studios to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the park. Like with every park anniversary, Disney has some unique food, merchandise, … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 04:00
Jarkko Tontti Jarkko Tontti's blog:

Eurooppa kuolemanvaarassa?

Vietän pääsiäistä Bochumissa, Saksassa. Päädyin lukemaan Die Zeitia, jonka Feuilleton-osastolla silmiini osui Bernard-Henri Lévyn haastattelu.









Tunnettu ranskalaisfilosofi on parhaillaan pitkällä Euroopan-kiertueella.
Monologinäytelmän muotoisissa esityksissään hän varoittaa Eurooppaa uhkaavasta kuo...

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Published on April 19, 2019 13:02
Matt Vandegriff Matt Vandegriff's blog:

Trivia and Tidbits:

In the movie Star Wars, C3PO was supposedly a robot, but during that time, 1977, the field of robotics was in its infancy and there weren’t robots that could perform the actions and dialog needed.  As a result C3PO was played by an actor in a shiny suit.





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Published on May 24, 2016 22:57
Jeffrey Westhoff Jeffrey Westhoff's blog:

My long lost “GoldenEye” sweatshirt was stacked with...



My long lost “GoldenEye” sweatshirt was stacked with Jeanette’s sweaters. I got it on the press junket! (at Palatine, Illinois)
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Published on April 19, 2019 10:40
Samantha  Bryant Samantha Bryant's blog:

A to Z: Letters to Dead Writers: Jean Rhys


This month I'm writing one post for each letter of the alphabet, all on the theme of "Letters to Dead Writers." You can see my theme reveal post here and learn more about the blogging challenge here.

Today's writer is Jean Rhys
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Dear Ms. Rhys,

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Published on April 20, 2019 03:00
Kelly Dawson Kelly Dawson's blog:

Daddy's Belt is coming soon!!

Wow! I can't believe it's April already! 2019 is already a quarter over! April is a great month for me. This month, I celebrated 17 years married to the love of my life.My firstborn turned 16 years old.And my first book for this year is releasing this weekend!I'm so excited!!

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:02
Rob Sargeant Rob Sargeant's blog:

Training For The Cumby 25km

This past few weeks I've been training in the Cumberland Mountain trail system in preparation for the upcoming "Cumby 25" mountain trail run. The course follows various mountain biking trails winding through the forests and logging roads south of Cumberland, B.C. on Vancouver Island. The race web... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 13:16
Martin Wilsey Martin Wilsey's blog:

Friday Film: On/Off

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Published on April 19, 2019 15:40
M.P. Powers M.P. Powers's blog:

The Small-Potatoes Charlatan

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The Small-Potatoes Charlatan


Greg used to come into my shop to sell tools

he’d just stolen from Home Depot.

“You in need of a monkey wrench?”

he’d ask, and dredge one from the sweatpants

he was wearing under his trousers,

the packaging still on it.

“No thanks.” I’d say.

“Is there anythin...

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Published on April 19, 2019 12:58
Katarzyna Czajka Katarzyna Czajka's blog:

Po kiego diabła? czyli o Hellboyu

Jak może zorientowaliście się po latach lektury tego bloga, Zwierz ma specyficzny sposób doboru filmów które ogląda. Poza pozycjami obowiązkowymi, filmami super bohaterskimi, filmami nominowanymi do Oscara i polskimi komediami romantycznymi na mojej liście wyróżnia się jeszcze jedna pozycja. Film...

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Published on April 19, 2019 07:48
Becca Lusher Becca Lusher's blog:

Aquila’s War: Chapter 22, Part 3

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First time reading? Catch up with everything on the Wingborn page.

You can also keep track of everyone with the Character List.

Previous Chapter ~


Back on the streets of Aquila town.




WHILE RECHAR SENT sent the regulars out one by one, a handful accompanied by a nakhound, Jaymes strung...

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Published on April 19, 2019 05:40
Liz Gavin Liz Gavin's blog:

Rom-Com to Melt Your Easter Weekend

Sinful weekends in Las Vegas have never been this fun. Sinful weekends in Vegas have never been this fun.   Natalie   Thinking outside the box has gotten my business to the top. Few companies can put together an event with the jaw-dropping quality I deliver. I’ll be damned if I let Mr. Stephen Kn... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 13:33
Danielle Urban Danielle Urban's blog:

Review: WWI Crusaders

WWI Crusaders: A band of Yanks in German-occupied Belgium help save millions from starvation as civilians resist the harsh German rule. August 1914 to May 1917.


 


 


 


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The true story of young, untested American volunteers who entered German-occupied Belgium to attempt what had never been done before — save an entire nation from starvation that was trapped in the middle of a world war. One of America’s greatest humanitarian efforts is little-known...

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Published on April 19, 2019 11:50
Alis Rowe Alis Rowe's blog:

5 ways to cope with disappointment

I wonder whether disappointment is a feeling that autistic people more commonly experience. The reason I say that is because when someone is disappointed it is usually because a situation has not occurred in the way they had expected. This is perceived as an unplanned change or that what was pred...

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Published on April 19, 2019 04:23
Dan  Davis Dan Davis's blog:

On sale now – the Immortal Knight Chronicles Box Set

On sale today for 99c! Get it now on Amazon! AD 1190, England. A young knight’s family is slaughtered. His 800-year quest for vengeance begins. The Immortal Knight Chronicles Kindle Box Set includes: 3 full novels plus a brand new…


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Published on April 19, 2019 04:41
Jessica Shepherd Jessica Shepherd's blog:

Libra Full Moon: The Self Acceptance Panacea


I was walking around Whole Foods, not feeling my best. Frankly, I was having a mediocre day. I was still energetically recovering from a toxic exchange several days ago. I had been feeling so much better, so good, and that’s when I stepped in it. In my feel good high, I had mistaken myself for i...

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Published on April 19, 2019 15:34
Donna S. Frelick Donna S. Frelick's blog:

MEAT WITHOUT THE ANIMAL IN OUR FUTURE?

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Published on April 19, 2019 06:13
J.L. Gribble J.L. Gribble's blog:

Review: The Horse Mistress: Book 1 (Eburosi Chronicles #1) by R.A. Steffan

[image error]The downside to growing as a reader is realizing how much epic fantasy is problematic in terms of representation. Therefore, I thoroughly enjoyed discovering this series, which features queer characters, including a gender-fluid character. Carivel is a delight to read, and her relati...

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Published on April 19, 2019 04:00
Krista Wagner Krista Wagner's blog:

Second Chance

This was a nice little story. The main character, Sabrina, is easy to relate to as she worries over starting over after her husband dies. She has a nice support system, which helps her make difficult decisions when she returns home.There is some mild language. And I was annoyed by her best friend... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 20, 2019 00:02
Brent  Thomas Brent Thomas's blog:

Rocking

It’s another one of those nights where I am trying to soothe my baby girl enough so that she can sleep. We get to the point where I am certain she is sleeping. Gentle as I can, I stand from our rocking chair and lay her gently in bed. Five, maybe ten, minutes later she … More Rocking Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 19, 2019 06:20
Jagannath Rao Adukuri Jagannath Rao Adukuri's blog:

The landscape

Is the spotted dog landscape?
Yes, if it teases the sea’s waves





And runs up against sea wind
Sniffing walker’s rolled pants.





Is the wooden box landscape?

Yes if it points a broken finger





At a newly erupted boil of sun

Upon sea’s baby skin at dawn.





Is God’s image staring at sky

A landscape and sea incl...

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Published on April 19, 2019 19:39
Jonathan  Clements Jonathan Clements's blog:

Singled Out

���FINANCIAL WRITERS always seem to assume everybody���s married.��� That���s a complaint I���ve heard more than once���and it came to mind as I reviewed our 2018 tax return.


That tax return reflected the impact of 2017���s tax law, which���among other things���roughly doubled the size of the stan...

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Published on April 20, 2019 00:00
Ene Sepp Ene Sepp's blog:

Läätsemajandus

Lõpuks jõudis aeg sinnamaale, et muretsesin endale läätsed. Proovisin seda juba sügisel Eestis teha aga mu silmad olid toona nii kuivad, et poes ei hakatud isegi proovima. Loeti hoopis sõnad peale, et peaksin silmatilku kasutama ja siis mõnda aega hiljem uuesti katsetama. See mõnda aeda hiljem jõ...

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Published on April 19, 2019 07:38
Marshall James Kavanaugh Marshall James Kavanaugh's blog:

POETS FOR PEACE, TOUR NO. 8: DAY 2 – RECAP

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POETS FOR PEACE


Tour no. 8


Day 2 – Blacksburg, VA: recap


on the road with Marian McLaughlin (@marianmclaughlin) and Erin White (@movedtomove)


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Morning ceremonies at the James River in Richmond. Reflecting on all the generations present at the reading the previous evening. E...

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Published on April 19, 2019 19:55
Stanley McShane Stanley McShane's blog:

Darwin’s Cipher by M A Rothman – a #BookReview

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Title: Darwin’s Cipher by M. A. Rothman

Genre: Medical Thriller, Hard Science Fiction, Technothriller



ISBN-10:1790271231
ISBN-13:978-1790271238
ASIN:B07KTFX1N2

Print Length: 354 pages


Publication Date: February 15, 2019


Source: Direct author request


Title Link:...

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Published on April 19, 2019 13:58
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