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Betsey  Kulakowski Betsey Kulakowski's blog:

#AmWriting

The worst place for an author to be, in my humble opinion, is that void between finishing one book and starting another. I won't call it writer's block. It's just getting the ideas to flow, and to do that, you have to prime the pump. You gotta write.

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Published on January 23, 2021 07:14
Paul Colt Paul Colt's blog:

For a Few Dollars More

Director Sergio Leone knew he’d struck gold. He scripted For a Few Dollars More in nine days.

Notorious killer and bank robber El Indio makes a bloody break out of jail with a plan to rob a bank in El Paso. The killer carries a musical pocket watch, a souvenir taken from a woman who committed suicid Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 07:11
Philip Spires Philip Spires's blog:

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold

The Lovely Bones by Alice Sebold is a novel about loss. It deals with the idea that bereavement changes the living, opens a hole in survivors’ lives that they continuously have to avoid, continually have to accommodate, lest they themselves be consumed by its void. But this gap in life, this emp Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 02:54
Lucas T. Harmond Lucas T. Harmond's blog:

Jung The Undiscovered Self

Jung seems to feel that most people are even controlled by their Government or Religion.

IF controlled by the Government, the individual unit is clothed, fed, and educated by the state, whereas if a person is controlled by devotion to some kind of higher power any deviation or open-minded criticism i Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 07:07
James       Collins James Collins's blog:

Shake Things Up

“And when they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together; and they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and they spake the word of God with boldness.” Acts 4:31

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Published on January 23, 2021 06:54
Rain Carrington Rain Carrington's blog:

Bear Essentials ON SALE! Papa Bear is LIVE!

It's Live!

#MMM #Menage #BDSM #Romance

Papa Bear
Bear Lake Chronicles 2
by Rain Carrington
https://mybook.to/BearLake2



The people of Bear Lake are back, and this time, they gather around to help an unlikely citizen. Wolf Peltzer's, who had never made a lot of friends in the area, secret is out, thanks Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 06:46
ஷங்கர்ராமசுப்ரமணியன் ஷங்கர்ராமசுப்ரமணியன்'s blog:

இதயத்தில் எழுந்து இதயத்தில் படியும் தூசுகள்


இயல்பிலிருந்து அதீதம்; சாதாரணத்திலிருந்து பயங்கரம்; எதார்த்தத்திலிருந்து அற்புதம் எனச் சுருக்கமான மூன்று விவரணைகளில் மராத்திய, ஆங்கில எழுத்தாளர் விலாஸ் சாரங்கின் கதைசொல்லும் குணத்தைச் சுட்டிவிடலாம். மராத்திய புதுக்கவிதைகள் இயக்கத்திலும் பங்குபெற்றவர் விலாஸ் சாரங்க். புத்தரின் சரிதையையொட்டி இவர்

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Published on January 22, 2021 22:24
Shandean Reid Shandean Reid's blog:

Blogging : What You Should Know Before You Start

In 2021, I will have been blogging for five years. When I just started out, my inbox would full up with friends and acquaintances looking for advice on how to start blogging themselves. Of course, I shared what I knew, but looking back, it wasn’t nearly as much as I know about the topic now, as I ha

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Published on January 22, 2021 10:33
Tara Caribou Tara Caribou's blog:

Video: September 2020 Flying With Crows

One afternoon at the beach, I met with a murder (or mob… I think I prefer mob…) of crows. I flew amongst their midst and was accepted. *No audio, it was such a windy day all you could hear on the video was wind.

tara caribou | ©2021 video by me

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Published on January 23, 2021 03:22
Monica E. Simmons Monica E. Simmons's blog:

Love Lesson From A Friend

Deb and me attending TAA Expo Event, Hyatt Regency, Dallas 2014

In my romance novel, It Happened In The Hill Country (available on Amazon), a conversation takes place between two siblings. While they’re saying goodbye, the sister tells her brother she loves him and he repeats the phrase back to h

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Published on January 22, 2021 06:49
Lilith Lilith's blog:

ONNENONKIJA 8 – JA SEIKKAILIJATAR ON SAAPUNUT KAUPPAAN

Hei taas! Huolettoman hauskanpitäjän ja miestennielijäksikin kutsutun Sallan tiukkaakin tiukemmat taistelut yrmeän…
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Published on January 22, 2021 14:13
Cheryl Burman Cheryl Burman's blog:

Great opportunity for avid e-book readers!

Likely I should have had a more detailed plan before now, but hey … we’ll get there! But what I’m enjoying (mostly) is the challenge of discovering how to do things like send e-books of Keepers to potential reviewers.

Photo credit: mobilyazilar on Visualhunt / CC BY


Thank you to Story Origin for bein

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Published on January 22, 2021 02:13
Justin Malonson Justin Malonson's blog:

Spoken Like True Street Thugs: Google Threatens to Shut Down Operations in Australia if Bill Moves Forward that Forces Them to Pay News Publishers

The tech giants are openly flaunting their dominance over the global community. Two weeks ago the far left tech giants silenced the President of the United States.Now they are threatening the government of Australia. Just imagine what they could do to countries like The Congo or Honduras? Google thr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 23, 2021 05:57
Sharon  Hazel Sharon Hazel's blog:

January Share Four Somethings

Something Loved

I love new experiences, to be able to try something different and do something new. Last year’s restrictions, brought opportunities to try several ‘new things.’ This January we have made home-made pasta for the first time ever. Notice the ‘we,’ that is my youngest son and myself. I bo

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Published on January 23, 2021 04:31
Elowen . Elowen .'s blog:

The Songbird’s Secrets: Out Now!

Cover artwork by Joe Inkpen (joeinkpen.co.uk)

I am so excited to share with everyone — my debut novel, The Songbird’s Secrets, is now available for purchase on Amazon! It is currently available on Kindle and in paperback.

I started writing this novel in 2014 while I was studying my degree in Psycholog

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Published on January 22, 2021 08:36
Noni Yates Noni Yates's blog:

Don’t Say A Word

Why do people think that not talking about affairs and the abusive nature of behaviours surrounding them, will somehow make them magically disappear?

The notion of “what they don’t know won’t hurt them” is infuriating.

For me personally decades of secrets and deceit actually hurt more than the affai

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Published on January 22, 2021 13:18
Izzy Matias Izzy Matias's blog:

3 Tips to Manage Remote Workers

Disclaimer: This is a pre-written paid Partnered Post.  If you’re like thousands of businesses who had to shift to working from home, it will help you know how to manage your remote workers.�� Not many businesses aim to start up with their team working from home, but a range of companies are startin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 22, 2021 04:30
Hermes Solenzol Hermes Solenzol's blog:

Para volverte loca 112 - Amor en el seminario

 

last Pray by AkubakaArts, DeviantArt

-Pero un hombre joven como tú debía tener deseos sexuales. ¿Qué hacías para controlarlos?

Ignacio la miró con ansiedad.

-Pues, lo típico: resistir la tentación y esperar a que se me pasaran. Me había comprometido a no tener ningún tipo de relación sexual el r

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Published on January 23, 2021 00:00
Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Rodríguez Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Rodríguez's blog:

JOSÉ RIZAL, MÁRTIR POR LA INEPTITUD DEL GENERAL BLANCO (ENTRE OTROS)


En el pueblo de Calamba (provincia de Laguna), nació el 19 de junio de 1861 José Protasio Rizal y Alonso, más conocido como José Rizal. Séptimo de diez hermanos, llegó a este mundo en el seno de una familia económicamente desahogada. Estudió en el Ateneo Municipal de Manila, regido por los jesuitas,

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Published on January 22, 2021 09:26
K.F. Bradshaw K.F. Bradshaw's blog:

Apologies for the radio silence on the Surge paperback. Been working on my other project and have...

Apologies for the radio silence on the Surge paperback. Been working on my other project and have also been ill the last 2 weeks. Will post more about it soon!

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Published on January 22, 2021 16:08
Vanda Tomaševiča Vanda Tomaševiča's blog:

TODAY 23.1.21

magic moonlight
summer night
fairies dancing
till the very morning

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Published on January 23, 2021 04:03
Steve  Hinton Steve Hinton's blog:

The Inconvenient Christ. Part I.

I’ve heard it a lot over the years and even more so of late.  Divine name dropping.  Jesus is referenced.   The Bible is quoted.  The god of our making is inserted into conversation so that all will know the divine endorsement of our position.  After all, how can you argue with God? When it comes [… Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 22, 2021 09:24
Shawn D. Congleton Shawn D. Congleton's blog:

“Get up you lazy piece of sh*t!”

These were my dad’s words to me one day and these are Lessons Learned from NEVER SETTLED, Chapter 1 – Waking up!

I’m going to turn my attention on this blog to share what could be another book in itself. I had a tough life growing up and writing this book helped me see a number of things I learned al

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Published on January 23, 2021 05:13
Kintto Lucas Kintto Lucas's blog:

«Me dediqué absolutamente al estudio de numerosos crímenes perpetrados en Chile»

Pregunta 1: En Chile como en el extranjero se le recuerda a usted como el primer juez en su país que dio curso a las primeras querellas contra del general Pinochet, el primero en haber logrado su desafuero y el primero en haberlo procesado por crímenes perpetrados durante la dictadura militar. Quisi

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Published on January 23, 2021 01:59
C.M. Hindmarsh C.M. Hindmarsh's blog:

Give it away, give it away, give it away now!

Giving your book away for free.

Should you? Could you? Shame on you?

Today's blog is all about the perception that giving away your ebook for free is a good idea.

Or is it really about the perception that writers and artists in general are unworthy of making a living from their work?

By the end of this

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Published on January 22, 2021 07:04
Konstantin von Weberg Konstantin von Weberg's blog:

Journey into Disaster • Chapter 2.31. online

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Dear NOKBEW™ – Blog visitors

Novel

Journey into Disaster

I proudly present chapter

2.31. A tempest in a teapotExcerpt:

The parents arrive the police station.
….
It is time too. Because more and more office doors are opened and curious people look at the turmoil. The traffic in the hall now comes to a com

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Published on January 22, 2021 16:05
Amy  Barrett Amy Barrett's blog:

Bridgerton Review

bridgerton-review

The latest Netflix drama Bridgerton is a gem that all fans of period romance and drama should see. It is best described as Gossip Girl meets Pride and Prejudice. It is a lighthearted and sexy show with enough scandal to fill a boat.

Characters in Bridgerton

Bridgerton is full of fantastic characters.

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Published on January 22, 2021 06:14
Kim Nguyen Kim Nguyen's blog:

I Like your Personality Type

It took me 40 years to finally do it, which is surprising considering I like personality tests.

I finally took a similar personality test to the Myers-Brigg and… I’m an INFP type. Also described as a mediator. As an INFP, my personality reflects my idealistic, dreamer, creative, caring, and loyal na

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Published on January 21, 2021 07:21
Matthew Hunt Matthew Hunt's blog:

The Making of a Masterpiece

The Making of a MasterpieceThe Making of a MasterpieceThe Making of a MasterpieceTaschen published The Stanley Kubrick Archives as a collector’s edition in 2005, and last year they launched a new series—The Making of a Masterpiece—based on material from that still-definitive work. Each book in the series is essentially a reprint of an individual chapter from The Stanley Kubr Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 05, 2021 07:13
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