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Terry Grignon Terry Grignon's blog:

Some elevator down moves with the covid clown

Emerge from lockdown

different in a strange town.

Fear with unsure frown.



Lockdown



Chrysler Left Elevator 2019-10-03 20-19

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Published on July 16, 2020 00:01
Kathleen Rear Kathleen Rear's blog:

Tzatziki

Can someone please tell me how to pronounce tzatziki? Is it Tah-zee-key like in America; or is the T silent, Zat-zee-key, like they say it in the UK?  I’m inclined to go with the UK version because it just sounds cooler.

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Published on July 15, 2020 07:00
Luci McMonagle Luci McMonagle's blog:

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Published on July 16, 2020 06:32
Peter van der Walt Peter van der Walt's blog:

the books on the shelf and the words on the page

It is hard to go up against the great storytellers who expanded my mind when I read them as a child. A lot of them had names I do not know, others are names everyone know. The classic science fiction tales which made me think – like no other genre could – about concepts and […]
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Published on July 15, 2020 22:00
David Herstle Jones David Herstle Jones's blog:

Short Fiction – The Barula Ching

 


The bar is very narrow.  There are stools on the left of the bar as you walk in and one long line of tables with chairs on the right.  At the end a bathroom and a door that leads outside.


Randall sits by the back door.  It’s quiet there, a good place to write.  He writes poems, stories, sometimes ju

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Published on July 15, 2020 19:42
Marc Fagel Marc Fagel's blog:

Rare Earth: Ma (1973)

Smack dab in the middle of the BLM societal upheaval is probably exactly the wrong time to dredge up Rare Earth... but, what can I say, it came up on my shuffle play and I'm like, damn, haven't listened to Rare Earth in a long time.  So here we are.

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Published on July 15, 2020 08:37
Jyvur Entropy Jyvur Entropy's blog:

The Medieval Herauld #1 — The Turnip of Terror





The Medieval Herauld The Episode Audio Originally published in The Medieval Magazine and posted to Medievalist.net this article discusses the three days King Richard II met with the mob in 1381 during the peasant revolt. It illustrates the ways in which the young, fourteen year old, king defied t

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Published on July 15, 2020 15:14
Гребенников Вадим Гребенников Вадим's blog:

ПРОСЛУШКА. Перехват информации

Опубликована моя книга «ПРОСЛУШКА. Перехват информации» в московском издательстве «ЛитРес» (ISBN 978-5-5321-1267-4, 300 стр.). Появление негласного контроля какого-либо вида связи всегда связано с рождением этого вида связи. Так, несанкционированное прослушивание телефонных разговоров началось вмест Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2020 06:32
Laura   Winter Laura Winter's blog:

I'm so excited I came across this article!

I'm so excited I came across this article! I plan on doing a serial of 10 (ish) 'episodes' and I've been trying to find good advice about this method for ages. Thank you!

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Published on July 15, 2020 10:47
Jennifer K. Dick Jennifer K. Dick's blog:

Rencent Poetry Publications in GHR and ETTT

2 POEMS: "Crank" and MOD (Maximum Operating Depth)" by Jennifer K Dick published in GOLDEN HANDCUFFS REVIEW N° 29 June 2020:

Thrilled to have new poems from my manuscript in process SHELF BREAK appear in the exciting print issue of GOLDEN HANDCUFFS REVIEW. Help this paper-printed review survive by BU Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2020 03:15
Federico Toledo Federico Toledo's blog:

Nota: Ejecutivos uruguayos cuentan cómo afrontan la pandemia del COVID-19 en el exterior

La semana pasada salió en el suplemento “El Empresario” del diario “El País” de Uruguay, una nota titulada “Ejecutivos uruguayos cuentan cómo afrontan la pandemia del COVID-19 en el exterior” que podés leer acá. Para la nota me enviaron una serie de preguntas, con lo cual terminaron confeccionando e

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Published on July 15, 2020 08:39
Megan Santiago Megan Santiago's blog:

Dealing With Anxiety: Here’s The Right Way to Do It!

Anxiety

A natural response to stress from our body is known as anxiety. When a person is afraid or apprehensive about what is to happen in the future, it may cause anxiousness in him/her. For example, a kid going to school for the first time, a person appearing before an interviewing panel, or going

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Published on July 15, 2020 16:02
Henry L. Racicot Henry L. Racicot's blog:

Powder Keg USA: The State Of The Virus

For a week Media has been mourning the bruised ego of the greaseball epidemiologist Tony *Two Face* Fauci. . .

Poor Widdle Tony!  TrumpCo has been saying mean things about him and doesn't listen to him anymore and won't let him go on the Big TV Shows anymore!  It's so sad, so tragic, so unfair! W Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 13:36
Kathryn  Reed Kathryn Reed's blog:

Sierra peak no longer named after Confederate leader

While much of the country tears down racist statues, in the Tahoe area change has come via the renaming of a peak. Jeff Davis Peak in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest is now Da-ek Dow Go-et Mountain. In the Washoe Indian language the name means saddle between points. The rock cropping at the top

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Published on July 15, 2020 10:16
Jay Jasper Jay Jasper's blog:

Thursday Throwdown July 16, 2020

Welcome to this week’s Battle Of The Vases!



How it works: We share two vases and YOU vote which is your favourite! The winner will then move on to the next round to face another competitor!

It’s vase-to-vase combat like you have never seen before! It’s . . .





This week we have our first competitors. Rea

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Published on July 16, 2020 05:01
R.G. Richardson R.G. Richardson's blog:

The face mask has slipped. The government is simply full of idiots and there’s nothing more to be said | The Independent

At 12.30pm / 1.30pm on Tuesday afternoon Oliver Dowden / Matt Hancock stood at the despatch box of the House of Commons and announced that, yes, letting Huawei provide the UK’s 5G network / not Source: The face mask has slipped. The government is simply full of idiots and there’s nothing more to be Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 15, 2020 06:19
Chris Pinnock Chris Pinnock's blog:

1MAD – Day#39

I like being ahead. I’ve got two lessons planned (for this week and next), I’m ready for the next two weeks or so of Russian lessons and I’m digging into my teacher training course. I was able to get out for a bike ride yesterday afternoon and I took my road bike þor. What a difference on a road bik

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Published on July 16, 2020 00:42
George Dobell George Dobell's blog:

Counties hopeful fans can return for Bob Willis Trophy

Premises licence could provide clubs with closed-door loophole
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Published on July 16, 2020 00:01
Sneha Jaiswal Sneha Jaiswal's blog:

Quit Playing Games

Won’t lie. The first video game I ever played as a kid should have been something a little more constructive, but it happened to be a gorefest named Mortal Kombat. In a computer parlour called Cliff’s Cyber Chhaas (perhaps this Cliff guy – bless his soul – thought he was too cool for the generic ter

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Published on July 16, 2020 05:04
Ginger Schenck Ginger Schenck's blog:

July Writer's Notes

     July has been a crazy month but then again hasn't all of 2020? I'm working on several projects at the same time. Not sure why I always do that but so many ideas bubble into my head and tempt me. A couple will be coming to completion soon so here's a list of what to be watching for.


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Published on July 16, 2020 04:26
Jenny Knipfer Jenny Knipfer's blog:

Being Ethel: In a World that Loves Lucy

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Today I want to welcome fellow Wisconsin author, Michele Olson. I asked her to do an author interview with me and she graciously agreed. Michele and I met through a friend of mine and a family member of hers. I enjoyed reading her book, Being Ethel (In a World That Loves Lucy), very muc

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Published on July 15, 2020 09:58
Alexandra Kitty Alexandra Kitty's blog:

Storytelling: The Subvertists: Date

Phil and Marigold doing what they do best!

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Published on July 15, 2020 21:00
Sarah Wayt Sarah Wayt's blog:

Aromatherapy: Oils for Recovering your Libido

There is rarely a physical component to problems with libido, the root cause is often emotional or mental. It's not an uncommon condition and most people will experience a low libido at some point in their lives, which may be caused by factors such as stress, overwork, fear of pregnancy, an insensit

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Published on July 15, 2020 18:00
Mary Jo Fresch Mary Jo Fresch's blog:

Teaching prefixes and suffixes to improve word analysis

Teaching students the meaning of Greek and Latin affixes can help them “decode” unfamiliar words. If they can separate a prefix and/or suffix as they attempt to work across a new word, they may be able to independently construct the meaning. For instance, the student sees reattachment and they know

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Published on May 15, 2020 09:04
Abbie Emmons Abbie Emmons's blog:

How to Format Your Own eBook Using Vellum (FREE TUTORIAL)

how to format your own ebook using vellum


If you’re freaked out by the idea of formatting your own ebook… you are not alone. When I first started researching indie publishing, I was daunted by the idea of formatting my ebook. I mean, how the heck do you even begin to make an ePub file? Or a Mobi file? What even is that?!

Luckily,

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Published on July 15, 2020 11:55
R.M.       Smith R.M. Smith's blog:

Productivity Through Isolation

It's been a couple of weeks since I blogged and thought it was time for another update on the progress of Maestra. Things were going a bit slowly but kicked into at least medium gear in the past couple of weeks. That got bumped into high gear over the weekend.
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Published on July 15, 2020 16:14
Samantha Hastings Samantha Hastings's blog:

The Invention of Sophie Carter Storygram Tour!


Don’t miss any of the stops on #theinventionofsophiecarter Storygram tour! Enter the #giveaway each day
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Published on July 15, 2020 00:30
Shane Burkholder Shane Burkholder's blog:

A Thing That May Only Fall

I will never reach that summit. I will dance about its feet. I will show the roots who I am. I will know the crevice for the secret held. ~ What am I to do with all this oncoming? Black hearts, blacker tongues of wave after wave The water laps at a shore that never […]
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Published on July 15, 2020 20:59
Pip Lincolne Pip Lincolne's blog:

It’s Time For … Three Good Things Thursday!

I am scraping in by the skin of my teeth with Three Good Things Thursday. I missed last week due to being highly disorganised so I am most certainly not going to miss this week. Nup. Nah. Nope.


My good things for today are …


1/ My dog is being intensely huggy and I like it. A lot. I am not sure if it’

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Published on July 16, 2020 02:06
A.R. Pliley A.R. Pliley's blog:

Reviews!

Hey Talveons,



I am so excited that I have my first few reviews on both


This is crazy.


Right now my rating stands at 4.6 on the USA website and 5 stars on the UK website. I am blown away by your kindness. If you haven't had a chance to add your thoughts yet please do. It only takes a moment of your t

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Published on July 15, 2020 15:18
Jack Eason Jack Eason's blog:

Riccardino

All fans of Commissario Montalbano read this!!!!!!!


e-Tinkerbell


It was 1994 when Camilleri’s “The Shape of Water” was published. It was the first episode of Inspector Montalbano’s saga, which, after more than 25 years, is about to end. Truly the end of an era. In fact, exactly a year af

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Published on July 15, 2020 22:28
Andrei Lankov Andrei Lankov's blog:

[Action required] Your RSS.app Trial has Expired - Thu Jul 16 2020

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Published on July 16, 2020 06:30
Sashi Murali Sashi Murali's blog:

Oh Papa Laali–Epi 8

அத்தியாயம் 8 சிங்கப்பூர் ரிவர் என அழைக்கப்படும் ஆறு அழகாக அந்த நாட்டினரால் பாதுகாக்கப்பட்டு வருகிறது. இந்த ஆற்றில் டிக்கெட் வாங்கி படகு சவாரி செய்யலாம். ஆற்றில் பயணித்தப்படியே ஒரு பக்கம் வானுயர நிற்கும் மாடர்ன் கட்டிடங்களையும், மறுபக்கம் இன்னும் பழமையைக் கட்டிக் காட்டும் பழைய கட்டிடங்களையும் கண்டு க Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 16, 2020 00:21
Stephen  Erickson Stephen Erickson's blog:

Stephen Erickson interviewed on Environmental Directions Radio Series!

Yesterday I was Nancy Pearlman’s guest on her half hour Environmental Directions Radio Series. We anticipate the show will air in 3 weeks. Will let you know.

Our conversation was engaging, emotional and a great experience. Thank you Nancy!




























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Published on July 15, 2020 11:35
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