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Mick  Brady Mick Brady's blog:

Good Things, Small Packages

Today I am announcing my campaign, and I'm inviting you to sign up to volunteer. No, I'm not running for president, although it might be one way to get some attention. My campaign is an effort to generate word-of-mouth buzz about my book, The Darkest Eyes. (If anyone asks, you can tell them it's... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 20, 2019 20:17
Montse González de Diego Montse González de Diego's blog:

No se lo cuentes a nadie

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Editorial: Demipage

Páginas: 372

Fecha publicación: Septiembre 2011


Abordar el género epistolar, divisa indiscutible de una época pasada y medios de comunicación más rudimentarios, podría parecer a día de hoy una labor arriesgada. Los amantes de este género, sin embargo, y quienes reme...

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Published on April 20, 2019 12:47
Dan Flanigan Dan Flanigan's blog:

Gag Reflex: #AtTheEndoftheDay

At the End of The Day.  This is uttered around 50,000 (could be 500,000) times a day on business television programs (Bloomberg, CNBC, etc.) and various live conferences around the country.  


 


The post Gag Reflex: #AtTheEndoftheDay appeared first on Dan Flanigan Books.

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Published on April 20, 2019 11:25
Allie  Marie Allie Marie's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Sun Apr 21 2019

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Published on April 21, 2019 06:11
Lee Hutch Lee Hutch's blog:

What’s Up Next?

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Eight enemy agents slip across the border and make their way to New York City. Their goal? To launch an attack on the city to disrupt the presidential election. It’s a story ripped from the headlines. Of 1864.

That Dear Readers, sums up the plot of my next novel. The first draft is...

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Published on April 20, 2019 11:37
Neil Rivera Neil Rivera's blog:

A CHRISTIAN BLOG


WELCOME
"Acknowledging the illness is the first step toward healing."


You don't have to feel ashamed because depression is a common mental disorder.
Don't ignore it. You're not alone even if you're feeling sad or lonely.
Depression Fighters provides information about depression and how to mana... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 19, 2019 18:06
Steve Redford Steve Redford's blog:

Yatsuyama hiking 2019





April 20. Some of the members of our international club at Shizuoka University, YASHIO, gathered at Gokoku Shrine in Shizuoka City to hike up the intown mountain Yatsuyama, all 108 meters of it. Only 108 meters, but we climbed, we felt joy breathing in air at the top, and we were able to look out...

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Published on April 21, 2019 00:20
Matt Armon Matt Armon's blog:

Easter is coming, somebody is eager to get her...

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Easter is coming, somebody is eager to get her surprise

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Published on April 20, 2019 06:37
Selina J. Eckert Selina J. Eckert's blog:

This Cursed Flame: First Chapter!

Hey all! Welcome to the first stop on the This Cursed Flame Blog Tour! I can’t wait for you to see all the bonus content leading up to the release on Saturday, and what better way to start than to share the first chapter with everyone?

But first, here’s the blurb!

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Published on April 21, 2019 04:30
Ovundah Nyeche Ovundah Nyeche's blog:

Everyone needs to Hear Word…

By Ovundah Nyeche.


Grin Grin Grin…


I get a call, I was to be a speaker in a conference in Lagos, Nigeria.


The organizer had emailed me earlier… But there was a little issue, my hands were full…. And my calendar was not smiling.


After deliberation, I agreed with the organizer on a date, as it appeare...

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Published on April 20, 2019 07:39
Alex           Mitchell Alex Mitchell's blog:

Top 10 Audiobooks for Product Managers of All Levels

Level up as a Product Manager by listening to these Audiobooks. Author: Alex Mitchell

Continue reading on Hacker Noon »

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Published on April 20, 2019 17:54
Rita Finch Pettit Rita Finch Pettit's blog:

20/20 Vision

I’m a mess.

I’m never sure how much to share in these columns. When writing fiction I can clothe my characters in my fears and insecurities and doubts without a second thought, since my readers will never know where I end and my imagination begins.

But when it comes to “A Moment’s Notice,” I can’t...

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Published on April 20, 2019 07:00
Amy B. Bellamy Amy B. Bellamy's blog:

Countdown to Book Signing – 7 Days to Go!

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Okay, I am way too excited about the bookmarks I ordered to give away at my book signing this Saturday at the Daviess County Public Library. Aren’t they great? ——————————–>





I wasn’t looking for anything fancy – just something simple with my contact info that I c...

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Published on April 20, 2019 18:56
K.L. Conger K.L. Conger's blog:

Pre-Orders and Book Sales! Woot, woot!

Good morning! Today is a very important day. No, I'm not referring to National Raspberry Tart Day. (Although that's important too. I don't think I have a tart pan, but I'm totally making a raspberry pie for after dinner tonight. Yum! ;D)What I meant was…
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Published on August 11, 2017 06:00
Hope Doe Hope Doe's blog:

A Prayer for Easter Morning

I lay in my bed tonight, thinking about tomorrow. Easter is hard for me. My heart is hurting. I am scared. I am consumed trauma reminders.

As I lay here, curlers in my hair, staring at my ceiling, I’m reminded of a verse in Psalms:

“Your word is a lamp for my feet and a light on my path.” Psalms...

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Published on April 20, 2019 23:49
Michael                 James Michael James's blog:

25 Unanswered questions from the movie “Us”

Us is one of the dumbest movies I’ve seen this year. It reads like an unpolished, unfinished draft that they rushed to production without taking the time to consider whether anything they were filming made any sense.


Here’s every question that went through my head when watching this uneven, uninsp...

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Published on April 07, 2019 06:37
Ken Goudsward Ken Goudsward's blog:

Raven Writer – a new poetry book

I’m excited to announce my new poetry book, Raven Writer. It is a bit different from my previous chapbooks in that, rather than a collection, it is more of a long-form amalgamation, with each work interwoven through the others so that the entire book is a holistic piece. I also had the great plea...

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Published on April 20, 2019 13:05
Hani Zubida הני זובידה Hani Zubida הני זובידה's blog:

משכן לילה 18-4-2019

שלום לכולן/ם,





וחג שמח!





להלן הפתיח של תוכנית ערב החג עם השאלה מדוע מבקשים מאיתנו שוב ושוב תרומות למשפחות נזקקות? היכן המדינה? או מדוע המדינה זונחת את האוכלוסייה המוחלשת ביותר שבה?





וכן, אני גם משתנק לרגע…זה קורה…אחרי כמעט חצי שנה בלי והפעם זה בא ובגדול! (תודה לאסף יפה הציל אותי)





אבל המסר הוא העיקר – מד...

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Published on April 21, 2019 00:24
J.T. Ellison J.T. Ellison's blog:

Sunday Smatterings

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Happy Sunday, and a blessed Easter to those who celebrate. I wish you peace and joy, today and all days!

It was a rather crazed week here. We have a vacation coming up, and the preparations coupled with the fact that I haven’t been able to do much outside of write, edit, promote for the past sever...

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Published on April 21, 2019 05:45
Filomena Mourinho Filomena Mourinho's blog:

BURN, BABY, BURN!

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Quem me conhece sabe que não gosto muito de fazer exercício físico. Sou aquilo que se chama preguiçosa. Mas, felizmente, tenho muita força de vontade (às vezes) e consigo arrastar-me até ao ginásio para treinar todas as semanas.

Por ter fibromialgia, pensei que seria impossível tre...

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Published on April 20, 2019 08:30
Kait Quinn Kait Quinn's blog:

NaPoWriMo, Day 20

This Poem is Not For You Lovers





Drunk on vodka and cranberry, squeeze of lime. Losing my friends in the crowd. Eardrums pulsating. Skin swapping sweat. Edging closer to the stage to dance with strangers. Body possessed by the electricity of guitar strings, vibration of drum and bass. Limbs loose...

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Published on April 20, 2019 15:38
K. Alex Walker K. Alex Walker's blog:

Writing 101: Welcome To The Classroom

As an editor, I very often receive questions from authors/writers about always and never. Always and never really don’t have much of a role in creative writing. I mean, there are a few: Never write run-on sentences. Always distinguish which character is speaking.


But when it comes to formatting m...

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Published on April 20, 2019 15:24
Kathryn Rossati Kathryn Rossati's blog:

Weather change

If the breeze could speak, I wonder if it would tell us where it’s come from.


Tell us about the butterflies that have surfed on it, or the parachuting spiders waiting to paint the trees with silk.


How many bodies it’s brought together,  channeling life from flower to flower,


catching dreams and send...

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Published on April 20, 2019 08:07
Josh  Gunderson Josh Gunderson's blog:

We’re In The Endgame Now

Ya’ll.


I am beyond thrilled to say that we are less than a month away from my book “You’re Doing It Wrong” coming out. For anyone REALLY keeping track, that magical day is just 24 days away! You probably have it marked on your calendar already but if not go ahead and circle May 14th on there as th...

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Published on April 20, 2019 06:30
Karen Frazier Karen Frazier's blog:

Protecting Yourself During a Reiki or Energy Healing Session

PictureImage by secondfromthesun0 from Pixabay One of the great things about Reiki is it flows through you and not from you. However, many people drawn to Reiki and other forms of energy healing are empaths. Empathy is a form of psychic ability in which you feel the physical sensations and/or emotions o... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 20, 2019 15:39
Frances O. Thomas Frances O. Thomas's blog:

Easter traditions

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Are you a Peeps fan? To me, Easter would not be complete without these little critters. I currently have a package in the freezer, so I wouldn’t be tempted to eat them ahead of time.


I didn’t hard boil any eggs this year, but I often pull these out for table decorations on Easter.


[i...

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Published on April 20, 2019 22:16
Elizabeth Anne Wood Elizabeth Anne Wood's blog:

Writer of the Week Premiere

Join me on Monday, April 22, at 6:30pm Eastern US time for the YouTube premiere of my Writer of the Week Interview with Melissa Dee.
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Published on April 20, 2019 11:16
April Elizabeth Russell April Elizabeth Russell's blog:

Guided Meditation with Ariana August

Last week I found myself in a free guidance and meditation session with Ariana August. The impact of the session was too good to not share with my readers.

I met Ariana several months ago on Facebook, through one of my spiritual communities (Facebook groups). On Facebook she describes herself as...

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Published on April 20, 2019 16:35
Kimber Li Kimber Li's blog:

Happy Easter!

I’m making cupcakes.  They’re great for parties because you don’t need plates and forks, just a napkin.  What about you? WHAT’S NEW, CUPCAKE?
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Published on April 21, 2019 05:32
Ikram Hawramani Ikram Hawramani's blog:

A Quranic Phenomenology of Atheism

It is common in religious thought to dismiss atheists as obstinate wrongdoers who reject religion out of a combination of irrationality, egotism and their preference for their base desires. But if we appreciate the great honor and dignity that God bestowed on all of humanity (the angels bowed dow...

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Published on April 20, 2019 12:01
Brian W.  Foster Brian W. Foster's blog:

Been lucky enough to meet a lot of cool people in this weird...



Been lucky enough to meet a lot of cool people in this weird job. Joel Hodgson is a real fucking dude. He went out of his way to be kind and generous and supportive with us and our Kickstarter. Which is insane. Having him at the studio on our final night, sitting on the floor talking to us, readi...

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Published on April 20, 2019 22:04
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