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Julie Tulba Julie Tulba's blog:

5 Best Things To Do In Ho Chi Minh City

On my trip to Vietnam I was fortunate enough to have been able to visit Vietnam's two biggest cities-the capital city of Hanoi in the north, and Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon as the locals still refer to it as), its much cooler, more Western feeling, and the once former capital of long defunct South V

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Published on August 03, 2020 05:25
Jack  Cohen Jack Cohen's blog:

Covid Infection Rate Drops

For the first time since the second wave started, the Covid-19 infection rate in Israel dropped blow 1. That means the R value that measures how many people an infected person infects is now less than one and therefore the spread of the disease will be reduced. This is surprising seeing how many peo

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Published on August 02, 2020 21:45
Μαρουσώ Αθανασίου Μαρουσώ Αθανασίου's blog:

Milica Spadijer


Απόψε, βγήκαμε απ’ το δίλημμα για το φόνοΕνός αθώου παιδιού για χάρη της σωτηρίας της ανθρωπότητας!Στο όνομα της τέχνης εκτελέσαμε αμέτρητους ανθρώπους και, επιτέλους,Τους εαυτούς μαςΚαι μείναμε ζωντανοί και χιμήξαμε ο ένας τον άλλον σαν σκύλοιώστε οι ζωές των άλλωνΝα έχουν περισσότερο χρώμαΆστους λ Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 07, 2020 05:58
JPC  Allen JPC Allen's blog:

What’s the matter with the middle?

JPC Allen invites you to join the adventure of writing with tips, prompts, and inspiration to share.



My theme this month is the middle of the story, an area that can cause a lot of writers trouble. My first prompt is to ask you about the middle.





Writers, if you have had trouble in the middle of a stor

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Published on August 03, 2020 05:09
John J. Ray John J. Ray's blog:

Sociology professor calls for a ‘sense of proportion’ as ...


Sociology professor calls for a ‘sense of proportion’ as he brands Covid-19 a ‘nasty infection’ that ‘simply brought deaths forward by a few weeks’

A leading sociology professor has today called for calm over Covid-19, as he branded the virus a 'nasty infection' that 'simply brought deaths forward be Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 05:31
Keri Kitchen Keri Kitchen's blog:

Where Affirmations Are Born: Finding Affirmations That Work for You (Affirmations Series #3)

A few weeks ago, we talked about how to be happy by taking advice from a man considered to be the happiest man alive – to think positive thoughts, meditate on compassion, and focus on others instead of self. Week … Continue Reading

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Published on August 02, 2020 10:32
Jeff Mach Jeff Mach's blog:

“If We Rose”

We live in our way

under the ground in dirt

No ears to hear sound,

no nerves for hurt

We’ve no anxieties to test

We are unquiet in our rest.


If we rose, we would be unstoppable

Your little bubble of world is poppable

We could end everything you’ve ever known for you

But we don’t give a flying bone for you.


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Published on August 02, 2020 19:50
Rachael Wolff Rachael Wolff's blog:

Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #3

I’m so excited to be keeping my energy aligned, I know I need it. My head is so much clearer when I make sure I’m aligned. I have more energy, I eat better, I communicate better, and I serve better. Those are just a few of the benefits. If you missed the original post about these daily exercises, yo

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:00
Daniel J.  Nicewonger Daniel J. Nicewonger's blog:

Desert Journeys

The past few months have not been easy. COVID-19, racial tensions, political turmoil, financial instability, uncertainty about the future, trying to determine the best way to educate our children this fall. I have come to think of them as a desert season. While traveling through a desert is often di

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Published on August 02, 2020 13:46
Cheryl Marlene Cheryl Marlene's blog:

New Light of Possibility for the Akashic Records

New Light of Possibility for the Akashic Records by Cheryl MarleneNew Light of Possibility for the Akashic Records

Mistakenly believed too complex to be accessible except by spiritual masters, instead:


The Akashic Records may be accessed by anyone.

As a Spiritual Guide in the Akashic Records, I am very aware that, in a historical sense, I should not be doing what

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Published on August 03, 2020 06:00
Soon Kki Soon Kki's blog:

10주년 팬아트2

DY님께서 보내주신 10주년 축하 팬아트입니다.팬아트 보내주시는 독자님들은 왜 이렇게 하나같이 매력적인 그림을 그리시는 분들인지 놀라울 따름이에요ㅠㅠ3명의 웃는 모습이 너무 호감가고 느낌이 정마라 좋은 그림입니다.다시 한 번 정말 감사드립니다!!! (조만간 스티커 하나 사야할 듯)
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Published on August 03, 2020 00:52
Neal Atherton Neal Atherton's blog:

FREE FRENCH TRAVEL BOOK DAY – Banon Lavender fields Provence France

MY BOOK – THYME FOR PROVENCE IS FREE TODAY ON AMAZON KINDLE





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ONE OF THE BEST VIEWS OF LAVENDER FIELDS IN PROVENCE?





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Published on August 02, 2020 13:10
T.J. Fox T.J. Fox's blog:

Shape Of Water Series #16

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Published on August 02, 2020 10:39
A.M. Scott A.M. Scott's blog:

Quinn of Cygnus–Chapter Eight

This is an unedited draft. While the main story won’t change, you may find some awkward phrasing, typos, and some fine details will be missing. I’ll also be adding additional background for people who haven’t read the Folding Space Series.  I’ll publish a new chapter every week. Enjoy!


See Chapter On

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Published on August 02, 2020 07:02
John   West John West's blog:

Lonesome road to hell

“When are you leaving?”


Noddy was nursing his beer in a dark corner of Valhalla. The nightclub, not the mythological Viking hall. He lifted his boots off what had once been a red leather couch, making space for Morag to sit opposite him. She inspected the exploding foam rubber, cratered with cigarett

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Published on August 02, 2020 23:00
Raluca Feher Raluca Feher's blog:

Sus Mafia, Jos Patria

Străzile sunt goale, terasele sunt goale, cerșetorii picotesc, doar visele le-au mai rămas, în ele este răcoare, trecători generoși și bere la 20 de cenți doza. Barcelona, cea care le cerea turiștilor să plece dracului acasă, e goală. Brașovul, cel care nu cerea decât un aeroport și o autostradă, e

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Published on August 03, 2020 04:52
Louise Bergin Louise Bergin's blog:

Secret Chambers and Hiding-Places

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As a historical romance author, I never know what will spark a research trail and lead me down a twisting rabbit hole to new facts. Somehow the book Secret Chambers and Hiding-Places: Historic, Romantic, & Legendary Stories & Traditions About Hiding-Holes, Secret Chambers by

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Published on August 02, 2020 11:03
Nicholas J. Finch Nicholas J. Finch's blog:

Coloring Book Day

When a bit stressed, I like to relax through coloring.  Something I got from my dad.


Though, unlike him, I like to mix it up between physical books and color pencils with my favorite color app of all time, Pigment!


It’s worth the yearly fee!


(Image from my own collection)



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Published on August 02, 2020 07:00
Fi Phillips Fi Phillips's blog:

A chat with my publisher

If I haven’t mentioned it enough already, my debut novel Haven Wakes was launched by the wonderful Burning Chair Publishing last year. They’re busy people with all their 2020 book launches, but I finally managed to catch up with Pete and Si for a chat and ask them to share their writerly/publish-y k Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 05:33
Mason Canyon Mason Canyon's blog:

August Fog (+ Giveaway)


August Fog
By A.L. Goulden
* (August Fog, #1)
* Publication date: August 1st, 2020
* Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance, Women’s Fiction
Monica Waters has 31 days to choose between the love of her life or her soulmate. Juggling an unglamorous Hollywood career and a clumsy injury with an endless coc
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Published on August 02, 2020 21:10
Sarah Anne  Carter Sarah Anne Carter's blog:

A Dog’s Promise by W. Bruce Cameron

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“Everyone in the family loved me and played with me, of course, but I had a sure sense that Burke needed me.”




Bailey is back for a final important mission. Safe and loved in the afterlife, CJ tells him he has to go back and is sent to Ethan’s great grandson, Burke. Burke was born a parap

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Published on August 03, 2020 04:00
Brian Brazil Brian Brazil's blog:

Linux software RAID metrics from the node exporter

/proc/mdstat is another of the files that the node exporter exposes as metrics. The Linux software RAID metrics are one of the more intricate metrics in terms of parsing due to /proc/mdstat being more suited to humans than machines, which you can get a sense of from the unittest fixture. For one of Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 03:23
Simone Oliver Simone Oliver's blog:

Hey Brother: How to Practice Gender Equity in Church

,There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus., (Galatians 3:2;8, ESV)



Sometimes I cringe when I realize that in 2020, we are still having the age-old argument about women preaching. I decided to take my dog out of

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Published on August 02, 2020 08:04
Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan Mary Ione Mountbatten Faderan's blog:

Today

I am awake, have had coffee, cigs, breakfast. Washed my hair. Now am at the computer. Feeling unsympathetic. I have tried to do my best. I have not been successful. I do not know what else I have to do. I hate my father who is really my stepfather. I think he has lied to me all the time since he ado Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 03, 2020 06:04
David Geschke David Geschke's blog:

Looking Out My Back Window #160

Originally posted on Facebook HERE


Ah… 2020. Confusing times to say the least. Everybody has an opinion. So many people see their opinion as truth. And if we see our opinions as truth, that what we believe is what everyone should believe because we know the truth… and that truth conflicts with the tr

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Published on August 02, 2020 06:52
Mia Smantz Mia Smantz's blog:

Less than a month until release! To get you in the mood, feel...



Less than a month until release! To get you in the mood, feel free to check out the weekly sneak peeks into this book. Nothing too spoiler-ish, I promise. Find them posted every Sunday on my website. https://www.miasmantz.com/post/1st-sneak-peak-of-the-cardinal-sin-book-4-of-the-cardinal-series-by-m

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Published on August 02, 2020 07:42
Bethany Mooradian Bethany Mooradian's blog:

Does Mystery Shopping Exist During COVID?

Watch this episode on YouTube:


Listen to this episode on Soundcloud:


Work at Home FAQ · Does Mystery Shopping Exist During COVID?

 


I recently had a lovely email exchange with a former student who was curious about what may happen to the Mystery Shopping industry now that everything is closed. She asked

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Published on August 03, 2020 00:01
Mathijs Koenraadt Mathijs Koenraadt's blog:

The Blindness of It All

So, I was reading Tabletmag (“a new read on Jewish life”), which seemed like a pretty decent news outlet until I found the above quote in an article on Chinese activity in the Middle East. That’s a pretty dramatic statement, to claim Uyghur Muslim territory is in the way of China’s Belt & Road proje

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Published on August 02, 2020 23:14
Justina Luther Justina Luther's blog:

Behind the Curtain: This Post Could Save A Life.

  Hey, everyone! Believe it or not, the title isn’t clickbait. I mean what Isaid. As some of you may have noticed, I did not post last week. Why? My Dadwas in the hospital. Writers come across things every day … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 02, 2020 22:00
Cat Hartliebe Cat Hartliebe's blog:

Poem: The Heart

(Let’s boost you a little. I think we all need a little boost. This poem was written a decade ago. I wonder if it made it into Random Poems of Cat Hartliebe… Nope. Has it made it on the blog before… Nope. Alright! First time getting this poem.)


The Heart



Everything is coming down;


Life is falling fast.

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Published on August 02, 2020 21:27
Cindy Maâlaoui (Bérard) Cindy Maâlaoui (Bérard)'s blog:

Titre, titre

Ave,





Depuis 2 ans maintenant, je suis dans ma peau de mère, à naviguer dans ces eaux parfois amères, à déverser des rigoles d’eau de mer, quelquefois même quand je me marre, et pourtant noyée-essorée dans le bonheur. Tout mon temps et toutes mes pensées ont été consacrées sur l’hôtel de la maternité,

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Published on August 02, 2020 06:00
Richard Mosses Richard Mosses's blog:

Audiobooks and More

Big update on available audiobooks, and translated ebooks:

Gheist is now available as an audiobook, narrated by Lesley Desalles:
UK: audible.co.uk
US: audible.com

The Harrowed Garden is narrated by Craig Andrew Mooney:
UK: audible.co.uk
US: audible.com

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Published on August 03, 2020 02:17
Gabriel J. Perea R. Gabriel J. Perea R.'s blog:

Chrysler woody 1948.

Chrysler, modelo woody, tipo camioneta de 1948.

Modelo Woody Lovers de los años 40
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Published on August 02, 2020 09:54
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