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Tyler Colins Tyler Colins's blog:

We’re . . . Free

. . . The Connecticut Corpse Caper is, actually.  Hi, it’s JJ today.

Today, through May 12th, you can get our first unofficial “case” for free.

In Corpse, my cousin Rey and I meet up again (we’d not seen each other in years) at a week-long stay at our eccentric Aunt Mat’s haunted antebellum mansion. 

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Published on May 09, 2021 03:52
D. Glenn Millar D. Glenn Millar's blog:

Carole’s choice?… Eilne Jewel

My darling wife Carole chose the feature artist on Donald Glenn’s Songs for Sunday this week. She picked Eilne Jewel, who’s song High Shelf Booze, I put on the list a couple weeks ago. Carole said the tune reminded her of Amy Winehouse who has been a favourite of hers forever. I can certainly see (h

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Published on May 08, 2021 23:37
Pamela Schloesser Canepa Pamela Schloesser Canepa's blog:

Weekend Coffee Share, For the Moms

Welcome to my Weekend Coffee Share, hosted by Natalie the Explorer. Today is a matcha green tea day, as my dog rests at my feet. Morning gratitude affirmations play in the background. I am very ponderous, it being Mother’s Day weekend. This goes out to the mothers out there and the fathers who fille Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 08, 2021 11:46
M. Pattabiraman M. Pattabiraman's blog:

How frugal living can simplify and enrich our lives

Here is how a frugal lifestyle can simplify and enrich our lives. The Merriam-Webster defines “frugal” as – characterized by or reflecting economy in the use of resources while some of the synonyms...



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Published on May 08, 2021 21:34
Isaac Gross Isaac Gross's blog:

End of Days Prophecies Fulfilled:

The city of confusion is broken down: every house is shut up, that no man may come in. (Isaiah 24:10)

Wow world! Global pandemic, world powers on the brink of economic collapse, sitting on the trigger-line of world war III – we sure are cruising right along, aren’t we?

Why, its almost like we’ve enter

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Published on May 08, 2021 08:18
Dariush Youkhaneh Dariush Youkhaneh's blog:

Happy Mother’s Day

We love , love , love our Mums. It is a Mother’s day in Australia. Actually, we need to celebrate the Mother’s Day everyday. They deserved to be honoured. I offer , the entire world’s flowers to MUMS. To all Brave , Strong , lovely Mums in the world.

Happy Mother’s Day

Dariush Youkhaneh

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Published on May 08, 2021 18:52
Charles Heath Charles Heath's blog:

Searching for locations: The Silk Factory, Suzhou, China

China is renowned for its exquisite silk, so naturally, a visit to the Silk Spinning Factory is part of today’s tour.

After that, we will be heading downtown to an unspecified location where we’re getting a boat ride, walk through a typical Chinese shopping experience, and coffee at a coffee shop tha

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Published on May 09, 2021 01:51
Javier Fernández Panadero Javier Fernández Panadero's blog:

Luchas “compartidas”, medios y fines

¿Habéis oído eso de que “el fin justifica los medios”?

Casi seguro que no estáis de acuerdo, ¿verdad? Si los medios no están a la altura ética del fin que se persigue, nos habremos “perdido” por el camino, y quizá nos hayamos convertido en los monstruos contra cuyos males luchábamos.

De esta forma, ad

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Published on May 09, 2021 03:25
Michael R.  Dougherty Michael R. Dougherty's blog:

A Penneys Worth of Mush - Anchorage Memories

A Penneys Worth of Mush written by Marci Peterson tells the story of George Attla and the 1969 Anchorage Fur Rendezvous sled dog race.
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Published on May 08, 2021 07:23
Ayah Edy Ayah Edy's blog:

PADA AKHIRNYA SEMUA AKAN MERASAKAN HOME SCHOOLING JUGA (M...

PADA AKHIRNYA SEMUA AKAN MERASAKAN HOME SCHOOLING JUGA (Metode Belajar Berbasis Keluarga)Dulu kira² 15 tahun silam ketika awal kami menghomeschoolingkan kedua anak kami, home schooling masih belum dikenalBahkan banyak yg menganggap bahwa home schooling itu hanya untuk anak² yg dianggap "bermasalah" Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 08, 2021 07:26
John W. Howell John W. Howell's blog:

Views of the Neighborhood – Enchanted Forest – Part Two

We are going back to the Lakeway Enchanted Forest. Today we are going to concentrate on the displays near or on Trees. Of course. We need to carry our fuel and entertainment with us. Today the Brunch is being catered by Launderette in Austin. Our entertainment is Alanis Morissette. SWEET THANGS BUTT Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 09, 2021 02:00
Kevin  Byrne Kevin Byrne's blog:

Reconstructing and Defining Kevin Part Eight: What Is Wellness and Where Do I Get Some?

Part Eight: What Is Wellness and Where Do I Get Some?

 

wellness, noun 

the state of being healthy, especially when it is something that you actively try to achieve (3)

 

Before going down the rabbit hole of what it means to be healthy [healthy - strong and well (4); well – in a good wa

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Published on May 08, 2021 06:49
Plaza Pública Plaza Pública's blog:

¿A quiénes interpelan las denuncias públicas?

Ensayo

Hace seis años viví un ataque que al inicio fue muy intenso y sistemático por un individuo famoso en redes sociales. Él y su netcenter insistieron en desprestigiarme. Todavía en las búsquedas de Google aparecen sus chismes. ¿Me dañó profundamente esto? No. Al inicio me sentí acorralada y tuve

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Published on May 08, 2021 19:32
Ben House Ben House's blog:

April Readings

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In retrospect, maybe I should have spent some time outside reading. But parts of April were unexpectedly cold or were rainy. And I was outside several times, but it was usually for yard work or for an outdoor event. The reading portions of the month were quite good, even if the weather was not.

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Published on May 08, 2021 10:01
Martha Brettschneider Martha Brettschneider's blog:

A Not So Fresh Mothers Day Bouquet

Earlier this week I took a road trip to Longwood Gardens with my new photography mentor, Emily Carter Mitchell. Like any good teacher, Emily has been helping me lean into new ways of honing my craft, new techniques, new ways of seeing. She’s helped me let go of stories that were holding me back and

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Published on May 08, 2021 05:52
Judith Pettersen Judith Pettersen's blog:

All My Siblings

I have to repost this because tomorrow is Mother’s Day. I don’t know how she survived us all.

Growing up in a house with six other children required a certain amount of hardiness. After a traditional baptism, another followed that was more like an ongoing episode of Fear Factor. It involved loud squa

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Published on May 08, 2021 10:48
Brittany Gunderson Brittany Gunderson's blog:

To- Do and Ta-Da

Okay so when we make to-do lists we tend to hot down everything we feel we need to do.

Instead write want to-do list then these tasks won’t feel so daunting.

Check off and celebrate each and every completed task! Yay! Go you!

Then do a TA-DA List either daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly where you writ

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Published on May 08, 2021 13:03
Danielle Grandinetti Danielle Grandinetti's blog:

Book Review | Seeking Sanctuary

Today’s book review features Seeking Sanctuary by Susanne Dietze. Book Blurb All she wants is a home… Can her second chance survive a painful secret? When pregnant single mom Paige Faraday arrives in Kellan Lambert’s bookstore seeking a temporary job, he wouldn’t dare turn...
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Published on May 08, 2021 04:11
Pattie Baker Pattie Baker's blog:

I’m Rethinking Things

Just a quick hello to share a very clear truth to me. No one actually wants to be an advocate. We do it because we are sick of almost getting killed all the time (or […]
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Published on May 08, 2021 04:15
M. Inks M. Inks's blog:

Sharp Flowers on Wattpad

The next part of Sharp Flowers is on Wattpad. Both part 2 and 3 are fairly short, and have both been posted to give you more content… Read more "Sharp Flowers on Wattpad"
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Published on May 08, 2021 05:06
Suzanne Brandyn Suzanne Brandyn's blog:

Happy Mother's Day

Suzanne x :)
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Published on May 08, 2021 15:48
Piyushi Dhir Piyushi Dhir's blog:

Visiting Willowtree Farm, Port Perry, Ontario

Social media can be a great way to discover places around you. Just the way I first saw Beaverton’s glorious Sunflower Farm on a friend’s Instagram feed, I got to know about the existence of Willowtree from a colleague’s Facebook post.

I decided to go and have a look for myself and I fell in love wit

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Published on May 08, 2021 18:45
Katrina-Jane Katrina-Jane's blog:

Why we shouldn’t know when we are going to die

When doing a reading, I often have people say things like “don’t tell me when I’m going to die” and my reply always is …. I don’t.

Apart from the fact that it’s highly unethical as a clairvoyant to tell someone when they’re going to die, it’s also not something that I very often get as information.

I

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Published on May 08, 2021 21:29
Deby Fredericks Deby Fredericks's blog:

The Title

Thanks so much to everyone who commented on my title conundrum. I really do like The Renegade of Weeping Falls. However, the next novella is called already Prisoners of the Wailing Tower. Having Weeping Falls and Wailing Tower right beside each other is bugging me. I guess I could find a different t

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Published on May 08, 2021 10:00
Josie Riviera Josie Riviera's blog:

FREE Sweet Romance

It’s a Happily Ever After for FREE sweet romance stories. Be sure to snag your ebook copy of my sweet romance, Aloha To Love. (Free with Newsletter signup.)

Goodbye has never been this hard. Especially when love is saying hello.

 

The post FREE Sweet Romance appeared first on USA TODAY Bestsell

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Published on May 08, 2021 20:50
Charlie LeSueur Charlie LeSueur's blog:

Tracing the Navel String of the Tiyanak: Demon Babies of Philippine Folklore

When we hear a baby cry, our first instinct is to find where it is and figure out how to help it. But what if that baby turned out to be an evil monster in disguise, with a face only a mother could love?

Tianak by sheenponce on deviantart The Call of the Wild

A Tiyanak is a vampiric creature from Ph

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Published on May 09, 2021 01:12
Kurt Bennett Kurt Bennett's blog:

An Important Conversation With My Younger Self: Acts 3:22-23

God Running is a place for anyone who wants to (or even anyone who wants to want to) love Jesus more deeply, follow Jesus more closely, and love people the way Jesus wants us to.

Last post from the book of Acts we looked at the part of Peter’s sermon where he pleaded with his brothers to repe

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Published on May 08, 2021 04:55
Derek Maul Derek Maul's blog:

more spring magic in North Carolina!

I will pour out water upon thirsty ground    and streams upon dry land.I will pour out my spirit upon your descendants    and my blessing upon your offspring. They will spring up from among the reeds    like willows by flowing streams. Isaiah 44:3-4 This is one of those days with little time for pos Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 08, 2021 11:29
Stephen Koppel Stephen Koppel's blog:

i-need-glitter:
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darkwingsnark:

killhitleragain:

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this was cute until i realized the fish is probably trying to not get eaten


A fish trying

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Published on May 08, 2021 18:23
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