Escrito por Sylvain Boulouque publicado en L’ours en abril del 2021L’actu des bullesLes logiques du système
Antonio Altarriba et Keko, Moi, menteur, Denoël graphie, 2021, 162 p, 21,90 €
Benoît Collombat et Damien Cuvillier, Le choix du chômage, Futuropolis, 2021, 284 p, 26 €
Ces deux bandes dessinéesRead more of this blog post »
Book: Shielding the Amish Witness
Author: Mary Alford
Genre: Amish Romantic Suspense
Release date: April 1, 2021
Seeking refuge in Amish country puts everyone she loves in danger.
On the run after discovering her brother-in-law was behind her husband’s murder, Faith Cooper can think of onlRead more of this blog post »
My first traditionally published novel, Silent Altitudes, will be out in a month’s time. It’s been a long journey since March of 2019 when I first began plotting the idea, and I’m excited to share it with the world.
The book is a “Cli-fi,” or Climate Fiction, meaning that it deals with climate changeRead more of this blog post »
Hello from my Creative Squad! Today we have a charming little project from Robin Seiz using the mini mailbox model, my #keepyouposted stamps, my Flower Maze stencil and our theme: In the City – Although we aren’t traveling much these days, let’s reminisce about a time we traveled to another town orRead more of this blog post »
Everyone has a different need for protein relative to her, his, or their individual biochemistry. Some of us need more protein than others. However, during times of stress protein is even more essential. Protein-rich foods support gRead more of this blog post »
Release Day: Gold Rush Bride Hannah
I am thrilled to announce the release of Gold Rush Bride Hannah, Book1 one in a brand new multi-author series about...you guessed it...female gold rushers. Most of you know about the California Gold Rush of 1849, but did you know there were two significantRead more of this blog post »
People frequently ask, “Which atlas or map should I use?” This is a very personal choice and is therefore difficult to answer. Rather than suggest one specific atlas, I would like to present some options for your consideration as you choose the best atlas for you. Aside from any preexisting preferenRead more of this blog post »
This particular book has me hot under the collar for another reason too. It features four hotter-than-hell firefighters who are determined to give our heroine Connie the smoking-hot time of her life!
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TEALarbor stories ’ Monday Musings are simple practices for exploring the inner/outer landscape.
Take a slow walk through a natural area near your home.
All blog images created & photographed by Jennifer J. Wilhoit unless otherwise noted. Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been shopping.
I can’t help it.
Summer has shown up in Texas and I’ve found the cutest outfits and the cutest decor from Walmart and it’s all SO AFFORDABLE.
This dress I’m wearing is only $12.
SeriouslRead more of this blog post »
cosa pensa la tua famiglia di quello che scrivi?
la mia non è una famiglia di lettori. tutto quello che ho scritto, per anni, non è mai stato letto né dai miei genitori né dalle mie due sorelle. (per prendere in giro mia sorella minore, dico di lei che legge solo i necrologi.)
su quello che sc
I know we make new year’s goals, some of which we keep. This year, however, I decided to make summer goals.
Get out more – now that we’re out of quarantine
Start my back burner projects
I’m sure there’s more, but that’s a good start.Read more of this blog post »
Boswell had tried to meet Johnson a number of times but something always went wrong at the last minute. Then, quite unexpectedly, while he was having tea with MrRead more of this blog post »
While out meandering earlier, I was thinking about this week’s blog post and wondering what to write. You’ve probably noticed but its very rarely that these weekly posts are planned much ahead of them being posted.
The various paths and trails around me caught my eye……
How different would life beRead more of this blog post »
I’d taken the previous Sunday off after an injury and minor surgery, so today I wanted a long hike with a lot of elevation to make up. I decided to drive over to Arizona to hit one of my favorite trails in a range with a lot of exposed rock, but this time, instead of taking it to the peak, I wanRead more of this blog post »
1979 ABBA – Does Your Mother Know
Björn Ulvaeus played guitar and Benny Andersson played keyboards and they both sang and had relatively successful singing and songwriting careers in Sweden beginning in the late sixties. They began working together as a duo and recorded and released records startingRead more of this blog post »
We’ve had a few rain-dousing days of storminess, and yesterday evening I enjoyed a sky-show of shifting banks of chiaroscuro cloud and light, as seen here in the Taygetus mountains.
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From the sludgy skies and twisting valleys of Thrace to the sky-cracking chiaroscuro of the Taygetus mountains and
O aplicativo Insight Timer permite a criação de círculos personalizados onde podemos recomendar meditações ou podcasts dentro do app. Eu criei o círculo do Vida Organizada então, de modo que possa indicar meditações para vocês. Nossa ideia é, futuramente, criar nossos próprios conteúdosRead more of this blog post »
Chess grandmaster turned democracy advocate Garry Kasparov, who chairs the Human Rights Foundation, warns about the rising tide of authoritarianism worldwide. He discusses bringing chess to life in the acclaimed series “The Queen’s Gambit.”
This program is made possible by viewers like you. Support yRead more of this blog post »
Some authors have long lists of books to their name, with covers and designs that all look very similar.
How doe they do it? Do they have teams of 'ghost writers' beavering away into the Read more of this blog post »
My philosopher friend Dan Lowe (at U Michigan) gives his students an assignment to write a thank you note to some author they read in his Intro to Ethics class who they appreciated in some way.THIS IS A GREAT ASSIGNMENT and more instructors who run classes where they read and discuss living and ema Read more of this blog post »
Hullaba Lulu: A #DieselPunk Adventure by Teagan Riordain Geneviene #bookreview #fantasy #TuesdayBookBlog
Hullaba Lulu, a Dieselpunk Adventure is a wild and wooly 1920s fantasy story. Lulu, the heroine is inspired by the song, “Don’t Bring Lulu,” from 1925 ― so are her pals, Pearl and Rose. My Lulu loves to dance, and freely indulges in giggle water. She snores and burps and says whatever she wanRead more of this blog post »
How else should one introduce one’s first blog post in six months but with a Princess Bride reference? But that title’s about more than just being cute. The last six months of silence here have been kind of like wandering through the Fire Swamp… or a dumpster fire… or, you know, the Big B—Burnout.
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I walked in the rain this evening. It reminded me of Scotland: a bracing cold, but invigorating, my memory choosing to omit the reality of Scottish rain, pissing relentlessly down, soaking you through when walks in the rain weren’t for pleasure, but a miserable necessity.
I grew up in the rain. I wonRead more of this blog post »
The Lady of the House of Love
Fancy a bite?
The Supper Club is here to convince readers that the short story is a mighty feast, imbued with complex flavours and the third sitting was a Gothic banquet.
Thank you to everyone who came to sup and share bonhomie at our table. ApologiesRead more of this blog post »
Fotografia | Rui Valido
Make up & Hair | Inês Franco
Styling | Gisela Carvalho
Macacão | Micaela Oliveira
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