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Rinku Bhattacharya Rinku Bhattacharya's blog:

Quick and Easy Sesame Chicken (or Fish)

Sesame ChickenWhen your Saturday is longer than you like, weekend dinner has to be simple, flavorful, and impressive. This recipe fits all those checkboxes. I made very minimal changes to the recipe, which by my standards is rare.  It does indeed get done very quickly and tastes like a good Sesame Chicken or Fish

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Published on October 24, 2020 20:49
Julie-Allyson Ieron Julie-Allyson Ieron's blog:

Bridge City News - May 29, 2018 - Full Newscast

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My interview on caregiving begins at time stamp 35:55 and runs through the end of the broadcast. It was a thorough and thought-provoking interview. Hal really "got" the issues related to caregiving and asked heart-felt questions. It's worth watching. If you like what you Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 29, 2018 19:30
William  Davis William Davis's blog:

Lost microbes

The post Lost microbes appeared first on Dr. William Davis.

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Published on October 24, 2020 10:05
Neel Burton Neel Burton's blog:

Why Mental Health is Even More Important Than We Think

On October 30, 1938, Orson Welles broadcast an episode of the radio drama Mercury Theatre on the Air. This episode, entitled The War of the Worlds and based on a novel by HG Wells, suggested to listeners that a Martian invasion was taking place. In the charged atmosphere of the days leading up to Wo

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Published on October 24, 2020 12:16
Sybrina Durant Sybrina Durant's blog:

Unicorn Gifts For Tweens – Unicorn Battery Charger

Unicorn Gifts For Tweens - Unicorn Battery Charger
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Published on October 24, 2020 23:00
Chris Maley Chris Maley's blog:

Micro-aggression gone masculine.

Bootlicking chickenhawks are itchin’ to dial 911…oops, excuse me…to start a “civil war.” You know those fellas who refer to themselves as “alpha males”? Guess what? They’re not alpha males.  The self-described sheepdogs are full of sheepdogshit when they boast about what sheepdogs they are.  Then th Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 12:47
Nina Soden Nina Soden's blog:

Nicole Higginbotham ~ Author Interview

I’d like to welcome Nicole Higginbotham, author of Complicated Heart, to my site. Let us start by finding out a little bit about you… What is your name, and do you write under a pen name? My name is Nicole … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 08:00
Sanjiva Wijesinha Sanjiva Wijesinha's blog:

My Camino Stories – Rev. Sandy Brown

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This month’s Camino Authors Collective Story





Last weekend we had the privilege of listening to Caminoist Sandy Brown being interviewed by Russ Eanes for our monthly Camino Authors Collective meeing.





Sandy who currently lives in Seattle, Washington is (inter alia) a

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Published on October 24, 2020 18:33
Pablo Zweig Pablo Zweig's blog:

Trop gaté. Cuento para la revista Histoires pour les Petits.


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Published on May 13, 2020 06:57
R.J. Crayton R.J. Crayton's blog:

Facebook’s Bias and Shaming of Breast Cancer Survivors By Blocking Posts

Facebook has long been accused of bias in its algorithms and despite claims that they are trying to improve things, it never seems to get better.





The latest case in point is my own experience on Facebook the other day. I saw an article about Rihanna’s Fenty clothing line using breast cancer survivors

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Published on October 24, 2020 03:00
Margaret Rose Stringer Margaret Rose Stringer's blog:

And finally ..

This is the kind of thing that drives to drink a fat old person who has been given to understand certain things about carbohydrate content in fruit: I have been told and also read that blueberries are THE fruit for low-carb intake, and that raspberries THE fruit no. 2. Yet there is a ‘chart’ that … Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 13:39
Clint  Smith Clint Smith's blog:

Disquieting Aggregations: A Review of Douglas Ford’s APE IN THE RING

There is a gravity to Douglas Ford’s stories that is deceptive in their disquieting aggregations; and if you’re unfamiliar with the offerings from this sapient scribbler, I submit to you an ideal place to begin a highly-encouraged acquaintance. Ford has assembled seventeen impressive specimens for h Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 07:49
Dom Ossiah Dom Ossiah's blog:

Bruce Springsteen: Letter to You

Wow. I mean it. Wow. Now that it can’t get out on tour, the Springsteen industry has turned to film to get the word out. It’s the same sort of idea they had with the excellent Western Stars, but this, amazingly enough, is even better. Shot entirely in black and white and on location in … Continue re Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 09:28
Julie Fison Julie Fison's blog:

Driving from Townsville to Cooktown via the Bloomfield Track

Who needs the Amalfi Coast when you’ve got North Queensland? The turquoise Coral Sea,  the Daintree World Heritage Rainforest,  waterfalls, pristine beaches, islands, historic towns as well as the occasional crocodile make exploring this part of the state an unforgettable experience. We spent two we Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 18:25
Tyler Knott Gregson Tyler Knott Gregson's blog:

Sometimes, it’s snows 30 inches overnight and your wee pup...



Sometimes, it’s snows 30 inches overnight and your wee pup cannot even see above the snowfall and you have to carry all 36lbs through waist deep white just to get him home. Sometimes. (at Helena, Montana)

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Published on October 24, 2020 20:16
Mary Fan Mary Fan's blog:

Last night at about 2am it randomly occurred to me that the...



Last night at about 2am it randomly occurred to me that the person who translated Starswept into Chinese had to translate a bunch of made-up alien words as well… looks like they translated the names of things (locations, proper nouns) phonetically and kept the alien dialogue as it was and put an Chi

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Published on October 24, 2020 08:33
I.D. Blind I.D. Blind's blog:

Happy women’s day, beautifuls!

I love female characters. 
In my books they are always colorful, fun, and oh so unique
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Published on March 08, 2019 10:50
Deana J. Driver Deana J. Driver's blog:

Author finds hope in the Questions and Answers of kids

Ed Olfert is a master at sharing hopeful stories. He grew up in Kerrobert, Saskatchewan and found his bride, Holly, near there. They raised their family on their farm while Ed busied himself in a multitude of vocations including mining, working as a welder, driving trucks, doing mechanical work, ser

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Published on October 24, 2020 19:33
Marty Nemko Marty Nemko's blog:

Can You Invite People Over in the Time of COVID?

No author listed, Pikrepo, Public Domain

Many people, including those with no underlying conditions, are choosing to pretty much be on personal lockdown. One of its manifestations is that no one, outside the immediate family are allowed to visit.  Too often, the result is increased sadness, loneliness, and their impacts such as substa

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Published on October 24, 2020 21:05
Roshan Radhakrishnan Roshan Radhakrishnan's blog:

How Would Your Favourite Superheroes Have Voted in an Election?

Superheroes. We have all grown up loving them. 
From Superman to Iron Man, we've watched as movies and books have fleshed out their personalities, showcasing the people behind the mask. But have you ever wondered how your favourite superheroes would have voted in an election, given the chance?
How Would Your Favourite Superheroes Have Voted in an Election?
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Published on October 24, 2020 03:33
Fraser A. Sherman Fraser A. Sherman's blog:

Hard times and San Francisco cops: Movies and TV

Following sex, lies and videotape I wanted to watch Steven Soderbergh’s sophomore feature, Kafka, but it’s not available (and apparently never has been) on U.S.-compatible DVD. So I jumped to film #3, 1993’s KING OF THE HILL, a really amazing kids’ eye view of the Depression. Jesse Bradford is the p

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Published on October 24, 2020 02:30
Lawrence Winkler Lawrence Winkler's blog:

What the Woke Terror Shares with the French Revolution

Both radical movements are shot through with paranoia, emotivism and religious caricature.





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Published on October 24, 2020 18:24
David Seller David Seller's blog:

Some Writing Tips (4)

And the tips keep on coming!!!

We discussed creating the scene for the reader – and the diffrentiating views whether to limit the details – letting the reader imagine for themself, or creating the scene so vividly that the reader feels as though they are actually there. Well, we accepted that both ha

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Published on June 08, 2013 16:00
William   Russo William Russo's blog:

Tom Brady, NFL, Want Sexist Idiocy to Prevail

DATELINE: Return of KooKoo Bird Antonio Brown Your NFL might be game spoilers, but they are contemptuous of society’s rules of good faith and good manners. Yes, they have shown their hypocrisy again by caving in to the whims of Tom Brady, that traitor slug whose personal looks are as fake as his so Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 14:55
J. Matthew Waters J. Matthew Waters's blog:

electric moon



electric moon follows me

wherever I may go



it matters not the time of day

be it high noon or midnight

tapping me on the shoulder

once i’ve found a way

to fall into a soundless sleep



electric moon promises

to be my friend

pumping life back inside me

whenever contemplating

of letting go






https://jdubqca.files.word

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Published on October 24, 2020 18:44
Jessica A. Weiss Jessica A. Weiss's blog:

Dark Reader--Reveiw

Dark Dreams-Tales of Terror
edited by Rebecca Besser


What Dark Reader Says:

Dark Dreams is a short collection featuring 7 short horror stories.
This is the perfect read for a road trip or a day at the beach. From haunted libraries to fairy sacrifices, ghouls living under a skating rink to ghost Read more of this blog post »
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Published on August 25, 2011 16:29
Meredith Sue Willis Meredith Sue Willis's blog:

 New Issue of Meredith Sue Willis's Books for Reader...

 New Issue of Meredith Sue Willis's Books for Readers-- #211 with reviews by by Deborah Clearman, Ed Davis, Rebekah Ferrell, Ingrid Hughes, Eddy Pendarvis and others of books by Lillian Smith, Donna Meredith, Lavie Tidhar, Henry James, Octavia Butler, Deborah Clearman, J.K. Jemisin, Penelope Lively,

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Published on October 24, 2020 07:25
Alan D.D. Alan D.D.'s blog:

Entrevista / Interview: A. J. Vrana (1/2)

Buenos días, Nocturnos. ^^ Espero que estén bien. Hoy vengo con la primera parte de una entrevista a una autora llena de sorpresas. Luego de leer The Hollow Gods , supe que tenía que darle más apoyo y espacio a esta historia y a su creadora, una amante del folclore y las leyendas, y está de más d Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 04:00
K.C. Sprayberry K.C. Sprayberry's blog:

Canoples Investigations Tackles Space Pirates





Good morning and welcome to Lazy Sunday. Today, we’re talking about Canoples Investigations Tackles Space Pirates the first adventure of a group of teens solving mysteries on a space station orbiting Jupiter.
The adventure begins when Space Pirates attack…

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Published on October 24, 2020 22:00
Amber Daulton Amber Daulton's blog:

#BookSpotlight – “Mermaids Marry in Green” by Alice Renaud





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Caltha Dooran is the toughest, fiercest shape-shifting mermaid in the western seas. She has three Clans to rule, and no time for romance. But when a warlock, Jonty, turns up and asks her to come with him to London to capture a water monster, she can’t say no. In London, away from her duties, he

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Published on October 24, 2020 03:00
Jonathan Harnum Jonathan Harnum's blog:

How to Get It Done

A summary of Jon Acuff’s book, Finish.





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Published on October 24, 2020 08:13
Massad Ayoob Massad Ayoob's blog:

MEANWHILE, A MUCH-NEEDED BIT OF COMIC RELIEF

Photo of Jeffrey Toobin As what may be the most important election of our gun-owning lives approaches, tensions are high.  We need comic relief. We can combine that with a lesson on how not to relieve tensions created by fear of “electile dysfunction.” It’s no secret that some (though not necessarily all) of the talkin Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 24, 2020 06:00
Edward Hoornaert Edward Hoornaert's blog:

Effing Feline overindulges #wewriwa

 



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I, Effing Feline, don’t feel two good right now, so . . . right to business.


I’m continuing with snniipets . . .  a snippet from my pett hooman’s WHIP . . . . er, WIP. It’s called, an’ I’m gonna type reel careful now — The Seven Foot Cupid


Lasht weak we met Ember Dayle. She

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Published on October 24, 2020 09:07
Stuart Millard Stuart Millard's blog:

And There’s More…

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In digging around weird old shit off the telly, I spend half my time falling off the end of the pier down various light entertainment wormholes. One minute, it’s the height of summer and you’re watching the Krankies Christmas special, then you realise it’s been uploaded by Jimmy Cri

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Published on October 24, 2020 13:22
Paul Guildea Paul Guildea's blog:

Searching For Identity – Day 4

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Day 4


In the novel THE PEBBLE we find a girl caught in the headlights of life, desperately trying to figure out the shapes before her that form her identity. When a charming stranger unfurls his wings in a hotel room and opens her eyes to a whole new world Alex takes the invite willingly.

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Published on April 13, 2013 09:45
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