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Susie Duncan Sexton Susie Duncan Sexton's blog:

A modest proposal: northeast Indiana Covid edition

description With business as usual in the GOP Hoosier state, 4-H fairs and beauty pageants are still scheduled, and the number of Covid-19 (now Covid-20) infections and death rates rise. Combining national news with global pandemic information and a now single weekly issue of local newspapers, surprising infor Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 12:59
Thomas Grant Bruso Thomas Grant Bruso's blog:

Publishing news!

I have three stories under contract: THE UNBROKEN CIRCLE, the sequel to my mystery/romance novella, JAY BIRD, will be published August 2020 by JMS Books.

My LGBT horror/literature novella, EYE OF THE BEHOLDER, is slated for publication on November 2020 and released by NineStar Press.

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Published on July 12, 2020 12:29
Dennis Espada Dennis Espada's blog:

BUTLAK*

poem by DENNIS ESPADA

“I wandered lonely as a cloud”
—William Wordsworth

You don’t feel hungry
Share something to eat
If they have nothing

You don’t feel happy
Share bursts of sunshine
So you get something

If you feel guilty
Someday you will die
Don’t end up wanting

But if you’re not free
Surrender your clouds
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Published on April 16, 2016 12:21
Crymsyn Hart Crymsyn Hart's blog:

Seduction: Devil’s Tavern 4

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Valerie dreams of a man who ties her up and pleasures her all night long. When she wakes, his soft caresses follow her. All she wants is to sink back into her dreams and become his slave.

Her sister, Niki conjures an evil djinn into their world. James and Va

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Published on July 12, 2020 09:23
Keith Maurice Brown Keith Maurice Brown's blog:

Book Two published

I am happy announce that the second book in the trilogy is now available. I will be adding a page to my website giving full details. keithbrownauthor.com.

The title is The Zoo Revealed. I received this feedback from the first reader (apart from the three editors):

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Published on July 12, 2020 12:13
Carol VanDenHende Carol VanDenHende's blog:

Unboxing hardcover copies

#firsttimeever experience: seeing my new novel in print. To borrow a tech expression, the design has an "Easter egg" surprise hidden inside!
#goodbyeorchid #debutnovel #unboxing #easteregg #design

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Published on July 12, 2020 11:48
Joseph Hagen Joseph Hagen's blog:

MOONRISE free and WOLF HUNT available

Things went smoother than expected in our preparations!
MOONRISE will be available as a free e-book on July 15th as a promotion for the release of WOLF HUNT. You can go to Amazon, Nook, Kobo and Bookmate to get the e-book free. On July 21st, WOLF HUNT will be released on Amazon. Other sites to follow Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 11:45
J.J.   Campbell J.J. Campbell's blog:

one of those Sunday mornings...

i got a little sleep last night, mostly because i stayed up late and watched the MLS game between Columbus and Cincinnati. Columbus won 4-0.

ROH was pretty good last night.

i watched some of the UFC last night.

i also went through more of my baseball cards last night. i think i have one person so far t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 11:43
Warren Rochelle Warren Rochelle's blog:

Some Thoughts on Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People/Banaji and Greenwald.

Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People Blindspot: Hidden Biases of Good People by Mahzarin R. Banaji

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This is a n important book, especially as the country is confronting the murder of George Floyd and is consequences by Minneapolis police officers. How do we recognize and try to change the implicit biases "we al Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 11:43
Henriette Roued-Cunliffe Henriette Roued-Cunliffe's blog:

Open Heritage Data, the book


In 2017 I published my first book on Participatory Heritage – it was an edited volume, in collaboration with Andrea Copeland (IUPUI). It was very special seeing a book come together in physical form and I agreed with Facet Publishing that I should write a book on the subject of one of the chapters,

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Published on July 09, 2020 07:36
Randy  Green Randy Green's blog:

The Born Identity – Part 3


Does the Bible Support Racism & Slavery?

It is well nigh impossible to watch the news today, without hearing the word “racism” and references to “ slavery” as the staple . Is the condition of Americans really such, that everyone is so thoroughly imbued with those two plagues as to

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Published on July 12, 2020 09:01
Peter Prichard Peter Prichard's blog:

Actions You Can Take to Defeat Trump and the GOP

If you want to help Democrats and progressives take back our government on November 3rd, there are actions you can be taking now. All the political races starting with town elections and moving up to state elections and the fight for Congress and the Presidency are in progress and candidates need yo

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Published on July 08, 2020 12:14
Carnegie Olson Carnegie Olson's blog:

Doing Hard Time

  A brutal shift at the home improvement – something like seven people called off, I was told – there were no cashiers so all the customers on a Saturday were forced to line up at the self-checkout and, of course, manpower on the floor was sparse. Needless to say, seeing as the plumbing department,…
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:43
LeAnn L. Morgan LeAnn L. Morgan's blog:

Memories Aren't Always About Possessions

Back in 2012 I read the book called “Stuff” by Gales Steketee and Randy Frost, both PHD holders. It’s an interesting read about the psychology of why some people hoard. The book also touches on people who are materialistic. Where a hoarder will often hide their possessions away, a materialistic pers Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:44
Anthony  Sullivan Anthony Sullivan's blog:

Algeciras, July 1801

Part Two

On his arrival at Gibraltar Saumarez arranged for the wounded to be admitted to hospital then organised the programme of repairs to his ships. Sailors fit enough to work were issued with an extra allowance of wine, then divided into two working parties, one working from 4.00am to 8.00pm then Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:44
Elizabeth Sowden Elizabeth Sowden's blog:

You made a fool of everyone: George Harrison, the Maharishi, and the lack of critical thinking among professional Beatle fans

I am really into limericks at the moment. The restrictive format makes ideas crystallize better. This is the only one I have come up with that is not, shall we say, offensive to a general audience:

The guru stretched out on his bed
And patted the old Beatle’s head
“You’re an angel on Earth,
George, I a Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:55
Jo Johnstone Jo Johnstone's blog:

Hello!

Hi, my name's Jo and I've never written a blog before so if I do this wrong someone tell me please 😁. I just really want to introduce myself. I live in the UK with my husband, two daughters and horse, although the furry dude doesn't actually live with us but close by.
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:36
Ken Kirkberry Ken Kirkberry's blog:

Coming soon - Our Lives

Our Lives - a short psychological thriller. Any ARC readers out there, interested? If so send me a message.
Female lead, set in trendy London.
A new genre for me!
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:35
J.J. Hanna J.J. Hanna's blog:

A Night in the Snow - A Short Story

Originally posted April 7, 2020, Copyright 2019

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The snow had nearly blanketed the ground completely when my target finally left the shop. I watched from the parking lot as the neon open sign flickered off along with the rest of the lights sharing their warmth with the w Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 12, 2020 10:34
Xavier Neal Xavier Neal's blog:

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Published on July 12, 2020 10:23
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