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Lisa Suzanne Lisa Suzanne's blog:

COVER REVEAL: My Night with a Rockstar












🎸🔥COVER REVEAL🔥🎸
MY NIGHT WITH A ROCKSTAR
an exclusive collection of short stories coming October 1


FEATURED AUTHORS:
Jane Anthony
Jill Bengtsson
Dawn L Chiletz
L A Cotton
Crystal Kaswell
Michelle Mankin
Anne Mercier
Alyson Santos
Kacey
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:46
Stephanie Fowers Stephanie Fowers's blog:

Excerpt from my latest book, Her Billionaire Murder Mystery



Hey everyone! Just wanted to share an excerpt from my book--I had A LOT of fun writing this. Enjoy!
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She broke away from him and set her towel on a chair next to the Jacuzzi. “The water had better be hot or I’m not getting in. I don’t want to freeze.”
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:44
C. F. Frank C. F. Frank's blog:

Time: The Limiting Factor

Everything you want to accomplish in life requires an investment of your time. When you want to improve your results, you must face the fact that your supply of time is completely inelastic and perishable.

Even in this era of rapid innovation and technological advancement, time, more than any other r Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:43
John C.  Adams John C. Adams's blog:

Blackacre Rising

After Radclyffe returned downstairs, she made a big fuss over Don, fetching a loaf from the pantry and tearing it into hunks, smothering them with butter and piling them on a plate which she put down on the table in front of him. He shyly accepted it, nibbling a crust before cramming it into his mou Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:38
Beau  Bruce Beau Bruce's blog:

A Cautionary Tale About Choosing Your Friends Wisely

My last two blog posts have focused on the importance of standing up to peer pressure, and this has led me to think about the need to choose friends wisely.

This is particularly important if the person in question has a troubled background and no positive influence in their life, as their desire to b Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:36
Dimitrios Fanourios Pischinas Dimitrios Fanourios Pischinas's blog:

Photos: Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand (2020)

A collection of pictures I took in Hua Hin, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province, Thailand. Browse hundreds of more photo albums from my trips around the world using the submenu above or the Photo Albums Map at the bottom of the page. Click on any photo to view the slideshow


The post Photos: Hua Hin, Prachua

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Published on September 25, 2020 02:37
Tim  Lane Tim Lane's blog:

Emma Jane Unsworth, Frank O'Hara, Your Silent Face

What am I currently reading? Good question! I’m reading a novel by Emma Jane Unsworth called Grown Ups. And I am enjoying it (recommended). SHE’S FUNNY! Unsworth is a British writer, and I plan to read her 2014 release, Animals, next. Note: apparently Unsworth is a Frank O’Hara fan (see the Other Wo

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Published on September 25, 2020 06:00
Ruby  Ray Ruby Ray's blog:

Dreams That Liberate. Part II. The Real World.





It’s 7:30 in the morning and I am back in the office for the first time after Covid lockdown.





I am not the only one to have risen early: my colleague in front of me is already there, rubbing her hands with disinfectant, asking me if I am OK hugging. I am not, so we don’t hug. I like her, but I dislik

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Published on September 21, 2020 11:29
Ann Christine Fell Ann Christine Fell's blog:

In the Shadow of the Wind: Prologue

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Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace.


Where there is hatred, let me sow love.


Where there is injury, pardon.


Where there is doubt, faith.


Where there is despair, hope.


Where there is darkness, light.


Where there is sadness, joy.


O divine Master,


Grant that I may not so much seek

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Published on September 24, 2020 06:45
Robert C. Jacobson Robert C. Jacobson's blog:

62MileClub: #THESPACERUSH is a Rare Opportunity to Claim More than $55 million in Bonus Prizes.
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Published on September 24, 2020 15:16
Fernando Gros Fernando Gros's blog:

Attention Span

It’s a recurrent complaint – people’s attention spans are shrinking. Neil Postman wrote about it in the 1980s, suggesting that human attention had peaked at some point soon after the Enlightenment and was quickly fading, thanks to the corrosive effects of TV.


By the mid-2000s it had become convention

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Published on September 24, 2020 06:47
Sistah Gurl Sistah Gurl's blog:

Real Sci Fi: the Degradation of Technology

There's so much yet I've got to discover about sci-fi, but the crux of it seems to rest on the idea of superior machines, intelligent robots. They are often hard to destroy by humans even though they've been made by humans.

In the real world, humans try to make other humans robots, but it doesn't wor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:35
Jenn Hyla Jenn Hyla's blog:

Lyme Disease Treatment: Is Doxycycline Enough to Eradicate Lyme Disease?

VIDEO TRANSCRIPTION

This week I'm talking about a hot topic. I hope I do it justice, but you know, I'm not a medical doctor. This work has not been reviewed by a medical doctor, it is not to be taken as medical advice, I'm just sharing my research, experiences, and opinion, with you.

So, I wanted to

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Published on September 24, 2020 15:58
Amanda  Huffman Amanda Huffman's blog:

Rock Vs Water: A Toxic Military Environment

Rock Versus Water:  An Examination of the Toxic Military Environment by Sabrina Ciaciura

For any of those who have been associated with the United States military, it is likely you have the awareness of the many problems with which our military members suffer.  High rates of suicide, military sexual

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Published on September 24, 2020 11:55
Kathy Caprino Kathy Caprino's blog:

How To Land Great Media Attention For Your Thought Leadership

Part of Kathy Caprino’s series “Thought Leadership and Impact”


As a writer and a Forbes contributor for over 9 years, I’ve received hundreds of questions from new and emerging thought leaders and writers who wish for more media attention—for their work, books and services. Given the meteo

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Published on September 25, 2020 02:00
Jan Carroza Jan Carroza's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Fri Sep 25 2020

Your trial has expired. Please update your subscription plan at rss.app.
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Published on September 25, 2020 06:34
Georgia Shaffer Georgia Shaffer's blog:

The Problem with Productivity

Are you someone who is constantly going and doing? Let’s talk about the problem with productivity and why you might want to slow down…







to do list and alarm clock



Growing up, I loved to read. To sit on my bed and absorb one Nancy Drew book or Hardy Boys novel after another was the best. When I visited the library, I always Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2020 15:20
Ton Dobbe Ton Dobbe's blog:

What makes your software business “Uncommon”?

Value PropositionThere are too many average software products and companies – don’t you agree? Open a webpage randomly of similar products – from the strong brands and the lesser-known vendors  – then hide the logo and try telling which vendor you are dealing with. Impossible. Everybody seems to sound and feel the s

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Published on September 24, 2020 09:55
LitArt Hub LitArt Hub's blog:

POEM | Biktima

The poem Biktima is about bullying. It is written by Riza Comilang
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Published on September 24, 2020 05:18
A.D. Wills A.D. Wills's blog:

Weekly Serial Series: Beyonders

It’s been a while since I posted anything here–one month to be exact! That’s because I’ve been working hard at getting the sequel to Age of the Catalyst written, which is going very well and over halfway finished. Writing weekly short stories, at anywhere from 3000-5000 words was proving to stretch

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Published on September 24, 2020 16:29
Jeremy    Williams Jeremy Williams's blog:

The footprint of animal based foods

I’ve featured these sorts of images before, but Carbon Brief’s new interactive article on the footprint of different foods is an instructive summary of climate friendly eating.


One again the vastly disproportionate impact of beef is obvious. If you want to do one thing to immediately reduce your carb

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Published on September 24, 2020 12:16
Amy Balliett Amy Balliett's blog:

How to Develop a Video Content Strategy

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Any marketer or internal comms professional worth their salt knows that not only do audiences prefer video, they often demand it. After all, video already accounts for a vast majority of web traffic. And brands that hope to keep their audiences’ attention need to offer up someth

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Published on September 24, 2020 10:31
David                Black David Black's blog:

The Points Interview: David Black, author of Psychedelic Tricksters: A True Secret History of LSD

Points: The Blog of the Alchohol and Drugs History Society (US)


The Points Interview: David Black, author of Psychedelic Tricksters: A True Secret History of LSD


I’ve titled the book Psychedelic Tricksters because in mythology the trickster is someone who ‘unwisely’ defies the powers-on-h

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Published on September 24, 2020 09:03
J. Trevor Robinson J. Trevor Robinson's blog:

Not long now!

Only a couple more months until the cover reveal for The Mummy of Monte Cristo! Until then, I really like this teaser my wife put together for my Facebook cover image.

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Published on March 27, 2020 11:34
Kyra Ann Dawkins Kyra Ann Dawkins's blog:

Language 4R and Mix-Placed Roots of Selfhood: Conclusion

One day, during my language justice seminar, a guest speaker came to talk about his work in advocacy for language diversity preservation around the world. Before his presentation officially started, he asked the class an icebreaker question: What are your ancestral languages? As we went around the r

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Published on September 25, 2020 04:00
Ali Ings Ali Ings's blog:

Spotlight on The Neckbands

Everyone in Aili’s country wears a neckband.  It has become a part of their culture, it’s been done for so long.  When bands were originally used, they were made by mages who wanted an easy way to identify who was another mage and who was not.  Earlier in their history the mages did allow non-magica Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 24, 2020 13:52
Ann Harrison Ann Harrison's blog:

Introduction to a very important character conversation with Katrina Dobson from what is now known as Inner Vision

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Hello everyone in the blogosphere. Welcome to my new followers. Before I get started with today’s post, I’d like to encourage you to sign up for my mailing list. You’ll receive a special thank you gift and you’ll be one of the first to know about upcoming book releases and y

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Published on September 24, 2020 12:08
Brisa Starr Brisa Starr's blog:

We Voted From Italy! 2020 Election

Scanning ballot to vote!



We voted this week all the way from Italy and it was so easy-peasy. We did oversea absentee ballots.





The whole process was essentially electronic so no mail service was used. They emailed. We printed. We filled it out. We scanned. We emailed back. That’s it!


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Published on September 24, 2020 06:05
Kimberly  Ray Kimberly Ray's blog:

The Arrival


the approval has been granted,

the lift of the travel ban,

the ticket longed for is now in hand



three days scheduled

in glorious summer heat

with a lover’s heart in waiting



greeted at the airport

a loving embrace

and staring deep into each other’s face

before a long evening at an outdoor cafe



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Published on September 24, 2020 07:43
Linh Dinh Linh Dinh's blog:

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Published on September 25, 2020 04:44
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