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Joey Paul Joey Paul's blog:

Pantsing A Series - The Creative Process

  

PANTSING A SERIES

Last week I talked about planning a series (piece found here) and this week I decided to do the other side of the coin, talking about pantsing one. For those who don't know the terms, planners will plan an outline their stories before they start writing and pantsers (or discov

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Published on January 17, 2021 21:49
Phyliss Todd Phyliss Todd's blog:

Verse of The Day: Nehemiah 8:10

God’s Word is LIFE and it’s so important (and a necessity) to keep our eyes focused on our Heavenly Father. Take the time today to remind yourself of this word and know that God is still on the throne. Have a very blessed day! Please disregard any advertisement you may encounter as the author does [ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 09:00
Edie Melson Edie Melson's blog:

Organize Marketing with Spread Sheets


by Karen Whiting @KarenHWhiting
I’ve mentioned my spreadsheets to keep organized and have received questions on how I create and use them, so let me share my method. For marketing, spread sheets are so valuable for keeping information in one place and tracking progress. It provides, at a glance, Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 22:00
Alexis A. Goring Alexis A. Goring's blog:

Devotionals for the Heart: Mourning


Joy Comes in the “Mourning”

A devotional by Angela Anderson

“This I recall to my mind, Therefore I have hope.” –Lamentations 3:21 (NKJV)
Jeremiah is one of the major prophets in the Bible. Some Bible scholars refer to him as the “weeping prophet” as well as the “prophet of judgment.” He authored three Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 21:00
Anthony Louis Anthony Louis's blog:

Tarot suits and social class

Our modern tarot deck appears to have its origins in a playing card deck used by the Mameluk Egyptians and brought into Europe after the Muslim forces invaded and conquered the Iberian peninsula. Muslim soldiers used these cards to play a game called Nã’ib, or the game of lieutenants, and the Spanis

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Published on January 17, 2021 14:10
Piotr C. Piotr C.'s blog:

Morsowanie, uwiąd prącia i nowa dupa na boku, czyli co spotyka mężczyzn po 30 i 40-tce?

Jak kobieta chce coś zmienić, to zmienia fryzurę. Jak facet chce coś zmienić, to kupuje motocykl w zestawie powiększonym. Motocykl robi brum brum, a małolata doczepiona do motocykla jęczy “aaa, aaa, AAAA!!!!” 

Bo przykra prawda jest też taka, że jak aktualna partnerka lekceważy kryzysy swojego faceta

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Published on January 17, 2021 04:11
Annie Jackson Annie Jackson's blog:

things of 2020

So, you might think with all the things 2020 has been I wouldn’t do an annual post. I mean, really what happened this year other than sitting around the house and watching a lot of tv? Oh, I also read quite a few books. Turns out I also did one or two interesting things. And […]

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Published on January 17, 2021 17:29
Jordan Reid Jordan Reid's blog:

Five Right-This-Moment Favorites

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I’m currently recovering from eye surgery while parked in the guest bedroom of my extremely tolerant BFF, Erin, who is at this very moment making us coffee. I haven’t had anyone bring me coffee in bed in three years, so even though the situation on my face is rather uncomfortable, I have to say:

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Published on January 17, 2021 09:41
Lindsey Pogue Lindsey Pogue's blog:

Top 5 Favorite Reads of 2020

Holy moly. 2020 was...a doozy. In more ways than one. Everything was a shit show - epic in some ways and horrible in ginormous proportions in others.

I wrote more than 500,000 words and shared six different stories with you - that's thousands of pages of awesomeness!

Because of you, I hit some aweso

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Published on January 17, 2021 13:10
Katya Mills Katya Mills's blog:

base

the fog over the fields
hovering began to lift we sought clarity and vision 2 replace confusion
and derision
crushed beneath the basework and faith became mindlesstoo. in the era of you know who
#katyamills




by Katya Mills
kissilent.wordpress.com

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Published on January 17, 2021 08:50
Csenge Virág Zalka Csenge Virág Zalka's blog:

Murderous foxes, loving tigers (Following folktales around the world 186. - South Korea)

Today I continue the blog series titled Following folktales around the world! If you would like to know what the series is all about, you can find the introduction post here. You can find all posts here, or you can follow the series on Facebook!Folk tales from KoreaZong In-SobHolly International C., Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 15:00
Michael A. Michail Michael A. Michail's blog:

Selected NOT Elected

A popular myth in American culture is that anyone can become President. No matter what your background or financial status, if you were born in the U.S. you could move into the White House. In fact, this has never been the case.

It is true that a great many Presidents began life in abject poverty

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Published on January 17, 2021 10:56
Pedro Garcia Rosado Pedro Garcia Rosado's blog:

Ler jornais já não é saber mais (103): o viés de "A Cor do Dinheiro"

Camilo Lourenço, na sua "Cor do Dinheiro", gosta de proclamar quando apela aos "likes" que "aquilo que você ouve aqui não ouve em mais sítio nenhum". Não é verdade. No que se refere à crise sanitária, Camilo Lourenço emprenha pelos ouvidos e limita-se quase só a repetir o que o jornalixo já disse. T

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Published on January 18, 2021 02:08
Tim Parfitt Tim Parfitt's blog:

Un observador inglés (31) – Lockdowns and no-nonsense lockdowns

During our first real lockdown here in Spain, back in March-April last year, a woman went out for a walk with just a dog lead. Somehow, she’d got hold of the lead, or maybe it was just a belt, and decided that it would be enough to justify being out and about. When she saw […]
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Published on January 17, 2021 08:01
G.A. Lanham G.A. Lanham's blog:

Giving the Hero OCD II

In my last post I talked about characterization, making your characters more real.  I mentioned giving them flaws and making your villains more relatable.  Well I would like to share a similar article written by another author, Elizabeth Simms.  (I mentioned before I am by no means an expert, and Ms

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Published on July 23, 2011 10:53
Susa Silvermarie Susa Silvermarie's blog:

Entanglement

In my lifetime, entanglement has turned its meaning on its head. Not the loveless marriage, nor the twisting whale caught in a net; but a quantum something to trust. Entanglement-enhanced, a new microscope is called. And in Switzerland, a voting system. Even the synchronization of global atomic cloc

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Published on January 17, 2021 19:02
Tim W. Jackson Tim W. Jackson's blog:

Blacktip Island weather

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Sunday, January 17, 2021

Temperature: 79

Humidity 67%

Precipitation – Soon come

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Published on January 17, 2021 07:45
Jana Riess Jana Riess's blog:

What Andrew Young taught me about keeping King’s movement going

(RNS) — What we celebrate on Martin Luther King Day is not the overcoming, but the struggle.

The post What Andrew Young taught me about keeping King’s movement going appeared first on Religion News Service.

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Published on January 17, 2021 08:55
Steve  Davidson Steve Davidson's blog:

AMAZING NEWS: PRE-INAUGURATION EDITION -1/17/21

Missing black holes, new states of matter, radio signals from Ganymede and a stamp for Ursula Le Guin. Not to mention more.

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Published on January 17, 2021 09:00
Alessio Brugnoli Alessio Brugnoli's blog:

Gerone di Siracusa alle Olimpiadi

La costruzione dell’identità dell’antica Grecia passava, senza dubbio, per i quattro giochi panellenici, gli olimpici, nemei, pitici e istmici, ognuno dei quali aveva la propria peculiarità: i giochi di Nemea erano famosi per la loro durezza e difficoltà; i pitici, per la loro dimensione artisti

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Published on January 17, 2021 06:15
Stephen Burge Stephen Burge's blog:

WordFest 2021 – Standing Out Among Virtual Events

Big Orange Heart has been working for more than nine months to bring a unique experience for people to gather at online. Opting for the term “Festival” over “Conference”, they are hoping to create an experience that reduces the cognitive load that some virtual events have required. They believe tech Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 08:10
Catherine Dilts Catherine Dilts's blog:

A Look Back at AHMM Nov/Dec 2020

Picture I finished the November / December 2020 issue while sitting in a hospital waiting room. This seems appropriate – that 2020 seeps over into the new year with no change of pace. Did we really expect the dawn of a new year to instantly shed all that was crazy about the previous year? All went well wit Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 08:16
Stevie Turner Stevie Turner's blog:

Freeloading

I was chatting to a friend recently regarding the current dire situation. We got talking about free school meals for …

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Published on January 17, 2021 22:54
Kristin King Kristin King's blog:

Let It Be, Martin Luther King Jr.

36 “Teacher, which is the greatest commandment in the Law?”
37 Jesus replied: “‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’[a] 38 This is the first and greatest commandment. 39 And the second is like it: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’[b] 40 All the La Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 22:00
Nelson Zagalo Nelson Zagalo's blog:

Do não-dizível por Clarice Lispector

Ler “A Paixão Segundo G.H.” (1964), de Clarice Lispector, é como ler o tom de Beckett traduzido pela poética de Pessoa. Nada aqui é convenção, tudo é experimental, não existe princípio, meio, nem fim, porque existem apenas interrogações. Interrogações que se vão abrindo como matrioskas, de onde vão

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Published on January 17, 2021 04:10
Andrew G. Nelson Andrew G. Nelson's blog:

E-Book SALE: Where Was God?: $.99 (1/19-1/22/2021)

With everything that is going on in the world now, God impressed on my heart that this would be the appropriate time to make my e-book available to you at the reduced price of .99 (an 81% saving) in order to bring a sense of peace to those searching for answers. This price will last from 1/19 (8am P

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Published on January 17, 2021 06:31
D.G. Kaye D.G. Kaye's blog:

Sunday Book Review – #NewRelease The Rise of Gadreel by Vashti Quiroz-Vega – #Fantasy

Welcome back to the first of my Sunday Book Reviews for 2021. I’m back from my ‘so called’ blogging break and my Tuesday post will fill you in on the details. But to kick off 2021 with my Sunday Reviews, I’m thrilled to be reviewing Vashti Quiroz-Vega’s new release – The Rise of Gadreel, book 3 in t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 22:06
Roberto Malo Roberto Malo's blog:

FOTOS DEL CUENTACUENTOS DE "LA NIÑA CORRIENTE" EN DAROCA

El sábado 16 de enero tuvimos un Cuentacuentos de "La niña corriente", con Daniel Tejero y Roberto Malo, en el Salón de Actos de la Casa de Cultura de Daroca (Zaragoza), dentro de la programación de Aragón Negro. Estuvo genial, mil gracias a todos. Fotografía de Mamen Sebastián. 
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Published on January 17, 2021 07:28
Nosy Crow Nosy Crow's blog:

Nosy Crow’s tenth anniversary

Ten years ago this month, in January 2011, Nosy Crow published its first book – one of 23 published in that first year of publishing.

We’d actually started with a financial plan and a lot of hope the previous February. Looking back at that plan, it’s interesting to think how much of what we planned a

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Published on January 18, 2021 01:30
Michael  Drake Michael Drake's blog:

Jim Pepper's Classic Peyote Song "Witchi Tai To"

Jim Pepper (1941-1992) was a jazz saxophonist, composer, and singer of Native American descent. Born in Salem, Oregon, Pepper grew up in Portland. He moved to New York City in 1964, where he came to prominence in the late 1960s as a member of The Free Spirits, an early jazz-rock fusion group that al Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 17, 2021 04:00
Eva Fairwald Eva Fairwald's blog:

5 leggende metropolitane italiane per chi ama il fantasy

 

Ami i romanzi fantasy? Sei un cacciatore di leggende metropolitane italiane? Ti piacerebbe conoscere le storie più misteriose del nostro Bel Paese? Allora questo articolo fa per te!

Fate pugliesi, fantasmi liguri, draghi alto-atesini, borghi infestati lucani, dame ottocentesche milanesi… sei pro

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Published on January 18, 2021 02:00
Anna del C. Dye Anna del C. Dye's blog:

The Last Dragon

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Published on January 18, 2021 00:08
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