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Jodi Lea Stewart Jodi Lea Stewart's blog:

Berries, Britches, and Chiggers . . . Oh Yeah!


My Aunt Dobbie held certain religious views and didn’t, no ma’am, allow any of us girls to wear “blue jeans,” shorts, or sleeveless blouses.

Not her four daughters. Not any niece who came to visit or stay for the summer. *that would be me*


Back home in Arizona, I lived in jeans. I mean, whoever heard

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Published on July 01, 2020 15:27
Rowena Claudia Fortuin Rowena Claudia Fortuin's blog:

In Reverse


Georgia is on a mission to find her missing boyfriend, Ezra. He left her with only one clue: A Post-It note declaring his plan to time-travel. Confused and beside herself, Georgia must scrape together pieces of the puzzle that could lead her to him. But if she finds him, will they be able to move Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2020 11:39
Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt's blog:

L'ATELIER.

Dans ce premier numéro de Lire Magazine Littéraire, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt inaugure une chronique mensuelle qui vous fait enter dans l’atelier de l’écrivain et donne des conseils à ceux qui désirent écrire et créer.

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LA PORTE DE L’ÉCR

L'ATELIER.

Dans ce premier numéro de Lire Magazine Littéraire, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt inaugure une chronique mensuelle qui vous fait enter dans l’atelier de l’écrivain et donne des conseils à ceux qui désirent écrire et créer.

Extrait:

LA PORTE DE L’ÉCRITURE

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Published on July 01, 2020 23:38
Alina Cube Alina Cube's blog:

Truly | Rezension

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Truly – In Love #1



Wir feiern zu Higher Love von Whitney Houston & Kygo, verlieben uns mit Camila in Shawn und schreien uns zu Taylor die Seele aus dem Leib.

Ava Reed, Truly








Informationen zum Buch



Titel: Truly | Autor: Ava Reed | Genre: Liebesroman | Verlag: LYX | Seitenanzahl: 385 | Ersch

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Published on July 02, 2020 06:00
Mary Marantz Mary Marantz's blog:

Mindset Matters: How to Make a Change and Build Generational Wealth with Anthony ONeal

Have you ever dreamed of changing the trajectory of your life for yourself and your family? Perhaps you long to provide a brighter future for your generations to come. If you are searching for ways to make this dream a reality, then this episode is a must-listen for you today!


In this episode, Mary i

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Published on June 30, 2020 10:33
R.R. Goodwill R.R. Goodwill's blog:

Prince Nácil Blog Tour! Day Three | What’s in a Name?

Names have power. They can evoke different emotions, or conjure up certain imagery, or even revive long-buried memories.

Names have meaning. Every name of every person on this planet is derived from words in some language or another. According to a book of baby names I once owned (doesn’t every autho

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Published on July 02, 2020 00:00
Peter A. Klein Peter A. Klein's blog:

Ways to Go Green with Your Home

Are you looking for ways to reduce your electrical consumption? There are many ways to accomplish this goal. Some are easy and can be done by almost anyone. Others will take more time and expertise, and possibly a building permit.


The tasks that you choose for your home may well be impacted by ho

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Published on June 29, 2020 16:00
Alex Cuciurean Alex Cuciurean's blog:

Methods for Solving Problems

This site is mostly about ideas that I can’t put in practice by my own. However, in my professional life, things are completely different. One way or another I get lots of things done and I prefer to keep it this way. I am going to share in this blog post a couple of methods for solving problems I u

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Published on July 02, 2020 03:03
Catharine H. Murray Catharine H. Murray's blog:

Still Grieving Sometimes

Monday I felt at sixes and sevens all day. I tried everything. I changed the sheets, did the laundry, cancelled a credit card, dusted the bedroom, cleared some clutter. I even glanced in the fridge for food that should go. I found left-over rice, hard like Styrofoam, grains of white stuck to the sid

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Published on July 01, 2020 08:37
Janice Brantle Janice Brantle's blog:

6 Steps to fighting procrastination & Write that Novel!

Poetry In Motion’s

Written Word Wednesday

We live for wicked wordplay and We'll help you design your word playground…



We all do it. We set the goal at the beginning of the year and loudly and proudly declare; I’m going to write that novel this year! Then dun dun dun… the procrastinatio

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Published on July 01, 2020 09:56
Sanjida O'Connell Sanjida O'Connell's blog:

The best writing advice I ever received

Receiving criticism about your writing can be excruciating. It sometimes feels like a personal attack because fiction comes from the heart, from the soul. But learning to accept feedback graciously and even to welcome it is what will elevate your writing. Here’s my story on the Royal Literary Fund’s

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Published on July 02, 2020 03:34
Felicia Kingsley Felicia Kingsley's blog:

Esordio: meglio romanzo autoconclusivo o saga?

Che dilemma.
In entrambi i casi la risposta può essere sì o no, quindi è il caso di fare una riflessione ampia.
Aldilà del contenuto, della bellezza della storia, quella qualità narrativa, la questione stand-alone/saga ha una natura prettamente commerciale.
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Published on July 02, 2020 03:00
Rashid  Ahmed Rashid Ahmed's blog:

Review: Sword

Immersive action. Forbes-like battle scenes with Nuttall-scale plot.

Author: D. Rebbitt | Genre: Galactic Empire, Science Fiction








Grand Admiral Medici has a problem. The Globur have taken numerous rim systems, viciously attacking until they comprehensively decimate human defenses. His newest task

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Published on July 02, 2020 02:20
Jacqueline Lambert Jacqueline Lambert's blog:

Lockdown Life – Into thin Air: Hiking the Valle di Salza

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“The Valle dei Principi (the Valley of the Princes) or the Loo Valley are both really beautiful,” Ezio from the ski shop Ambaradanspitz in Staffal told us.


He pronounced it ‘the Low Valley’, but, since I am

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Published on July 01, 2020 21:00
Linh Dinh Linh Dinh's blog:

.[Chinggis Khaan Restaurant in Choryang-dong].

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Published on July 01, 2020 01:38
Simran Srivastava Simran Srivastava's blog:

Complexion

We are living in 2020 now but still complexion matters to many peoples. If someone saw a dark colored person, they makes fun of him/her at that time they doesn’t notice his/her inner side, the beauty of his/her heart.





Recently George Floyd, 46 years old, black man was killed by police officer in Minn

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Published on July 01, 2020 07:35
Debra DuPree Williams Debra DuPree Williams's blog:

What Happens in Less Than Two Weeks?

Here we are, less than two weeks from launch day for Grave Consequences. When one first begins the writing journey, you look forward to the day your first book baby is born.


I don’t think any of us is prepared for all the work that goes into the journey once the book is under contract. Things move so

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Published on July 02, 2020 01:00
D.K. Marie D.K. Marie's blog:

I had an epiphany of the worst kind To my light and love,...

I had an epiphany of the worst kind To my light and love, you’re blind All you see is the dark side of my heart The razor’s kiss, the cuts, they tear us apart I bleed despair and surrender to the sorrow To the coldness of no tomorrow
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Published on July 02, 2020 00:00
Robert Gebhardt Robert Gebhardt's blog:

Review: The Girl Who Reads on the Métro

The Girl Who Reads on the Métro The Girl Who Reads on the Métro by Christine Féret-Fleury
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

I must admit that the reason I didn't enjoy this book very much might be party due to my biases. I get excited when I read a book about books, since I tend to like books. However, I usually expect it to be overly e Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2020 18:22
Michael Aaron Casares Michael Aaron Casares's blog:

Call For Submissions

Pandoric Poetry Review

Poetry of the metaphysical, transcendental, beat, post modern, fatalistic, phantasmagoric. Divine energies coalesce and converge here. Poetry published is featured in the featured poetry column, Pandoric at the publisher’s website, The Root of Many Returns.  



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Published on July 01, 2020 15:42
Gregor Hohpe Gregor Hohpe's blog:

Thinking Like An Architect Part 3: Architects Look For Causality


This post is the 3rd part of a mini-series titled ���Thinking Like An Architect���. See also Part 1: Famous Architects Sketch and Part 2: Architects See More Dimensions




You���ve surely seen the press releases that describe how company XYZ used product ABC and achieved 90% cost savings, cut cycle tim

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Published on June 29, 2020 20:00
Kali Paszkiewicz Kali Paszkiewicz's blog:

Author Pages: Amazon and Goodreads!

Hey everyone, check out and follow my author pages on Amazon and Goodreads! Make sure to leave a review and get your copy today! You can get the kindle and print version on Amazon right now, or get the Nook version from Barnes and Noble. The print version on Barnes and Noble will be available tomorr

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Published on July 01, 2020 11:04
Elia Santos Elia Santos's blog:

Las calles de un pueblo

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Las calles polvorientas de un pueblo meditan;
los años de travesía, los caminantes errantes,
La vida en cada pisada, que no llega a nada.
En la esquina solitaria, se esconde una pareja
Dejan un beso; entre polvo y maleza.
Junto a la iglesia, cada domingo,
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Published on July 01, 2020 13:27
J.A.   Andrews J.A. Andrews's blog:

You Let Him In (August 2020)

The only thing she was guilty of was trusting him





All Jenny Clifton ever wanted was to be the ideal wife and mother. When she married Michael in a fairytale wedding, followed by the birth of baby Daniel, her life was complete.





Yet just three years later, the shine has faded. Now, money is tight, a

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Published on July 01, 2020 12:34
Darren Prince Darren Prince's blog:

Darren Prince talks about Low Self Esteem

For so many years in my life, I struggled with low self-esteem. I never felt comfortable in my own skin. I never felt a part of, I always felt different, and a lot of this started in my teenage years, growing up with a so called learning disability in small classrooms while a lot of my friends were

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Published on July 01, 2020 07:52
Emi Zako Emi Zako's blog:

Shuta Cover Placed on 8th/460!!!: Allauthor the Cover of June

Picture I am so grateful to receive this honor of the Cover of the Month, June! 
My Shuta book cover, How Are You, Shuta? received the 8th place out of 460 book covers. 
The contest was so intense that every book cover was well designed, and their supporters were voting everyday.  Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 01, 2020 12:42
Heather Rule Heather Rule's blog:

The Rookie commentary, part 1: ‘What kind of baseball do they have? … They don’t.’


I had such a fun time watching and writing a commentary for one of my favorite movies, “A League of Their Own,” this spring that I decided to give it a go with another baseball movie. Yes, I’ve broken down another baseball flick: Disney’s “The Rookie.” Look for another 14-parter! 
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Published on July 01, 2020 08:00
Beck Michaels Beck Michaels's blog:

News & Book Merch!

Release month has come to a close. Wow, June was a wild ride!

It’s an incredible feeling to at last publish Divine Blood. I had no idea what would result when I first wrote the story 15 years ago. It went through many changes and grew with me as a writer. It’s a dream come true have such amazing fan

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Published on July 01, 2020 11:53
Ann Harth Ann Harth's blog:

Kingdom of Crunch goes live

Hello faithful subscribers,

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Published on July 02, 2020 02:55
Parimal Aluri Parimal Aluri's blog:

Meaningful HR & Business Integration-The way ahead.

Yes, I know what are the first thoughts that are crossing your mind, even as you read the title! No this is not about fault finding with the HR aspect of business neither this is a glorification of how business and HR need to work together and contribute- enough of unwarranted positive shit has b

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Published on July 02, 2020 05:09
Katrina Hoover Lee Katrina Hoover Lee's blog:

How To Respond to Begging: One Important Posture!


After I posted the story about my neighbor Janice who asked for money for medicine but didn’t want me to enter the pharmacy, I received suggestions from you about how to respond to begging. (Check out Part One and Part Two if you missed them.)





As I mentioned, Janice came back and apologized, ask

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Published on July 01, 2020 13:55
Dede Ranahan Dede Ranahan's blog:

A BEAUTIFUL SIGN OF BETTER DAYS AHEAD FOR OUR SON by Leslie Carpenter

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This sky was exactly what I needed to see tonight.

Today was one of those days that families living “in the life” can relate to.

Some of you know we have had our son on a waiting list for a facility in Quincy, Illinois. Well, they have an opening, and today we took our son to go visit the f

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Published on July 01, 2020 08:13
Jerry  Harwood Jerry Harwood's blog:

Horses in NYC and why firecrackers are important for children

Link to article... mostly about electric cars...
I came across this picture last week.  In the course of thirteen years the streets of NYC went from 1 car and a lot of horse poop to 1 very confused horse and lots of cool, vintage cars.
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Published on July 01, 2020 08:09
Yashvi Italiya Yashvi Italiya's blog:

How to be friends with Anxiety

Have you been a home to anxiety for a long time and haven't came to terms with it? Worry no longer. I am here with a guide to make anxiety your friend. If not a best one, than at least a good one.
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Published on July 01, 2020 23:47
Doug Lemov Doug Lemov's blog:

The TLAC Summer Guide to Movies: Science Fair

Science Fair | National Geographic Documentary Films



It’s going to be a long summer if the TLAC Blog is your sole source of movie recommendations, but I do want to highly recommend one film: Science Fair.





It offers so much to think about for society and schools… the amazing science teacher at Jericho High, Serena McCalla, with sky-high expectations; My

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Published on July 01, 2020 13:33
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