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Wetdryvac Wetdryvac's blog:

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Published on April 13, 2021 02:24
ROAR Magazine ROAR Magazine's blog:

Lobbying politicians is holding back the climate movement

The lobbying and state-directed demands of climate NGOs are hurting the UK’s climate movement. We need to organize our struggle at a distance from the state.
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Published on April 13, 2021 03:33
Felicia Denise Felicia Denise's blog:

#AtoZChallenge J is For Joy

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This is one of my favorite posts because joy is such a wonderful feeling.

All while our children were growing up, Den and I taught them to celebrate life and find joy in the little things. Those years are my fondest memories as the children learned to find joy in:

a sleeping puppy,

a sibling wal

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Published on April 12, 2021 22:21
Tiziano Solignani Tiziano Solignani's blog:

Separazione e divorzio online: intervista.

Ti riporto di seguito una mia intervista pubblicata a fine marzo sul «Resto del Carlino» su separazione e divorzio online.

Per maggiori dettagli, puoi consultare questa pagina.

Sempre per maggiori informazioni, puoi lasciare un commento qui sotto o contattarmi tramite modulo nel menu del blog o whatsa

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Published on April 12, 2021 22:03
Holly Bargo Holly Bargo's blog:

Learning to pitch

This has nothing to do with baseball or softball.

Major media companies don't assign articles and such to freelance writers: they expect writers to suggest topics for articles. These suggestions are called pitches.

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Published on April 13, 2021 04:00
Shannon Maynard Shannon Maynard's blog:

5/31/2018

Renegade
Sharonlee Holder
(Blood Of The Custodians, #2)
Published by: Changing Tides Publishing
Publication date: May 28th 2018
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Romance


He’ll risk his heart to save her soul.


As the war between the Fates and the resistance rages on, Colin Murphy—bastard so

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Published on May 31, 2018 07:54
Nektaria Markaki Nektaria Markaki's blog:

Iguazu Falls in the morning mist, Argentina/Brazil

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Published on April 13, 2021 04:33
Kent Wayne Kent Wayne's blog:

Chapter 15 of the Unbound Realm is UP!

Chapter 15 of the Unbound Realm, my work-in-process YA fantasy series, is UP!  Nyanti welcomes Jon and his companions into Grifter’s Ridge, a ragged outpost that now houses the refugees of Jelia!  Here’s the link:  Chapter 15 of the Unbound Realm

Get Kor’Thank here:  Kor’Thank:  Barbarian Valley Girl

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Published on April 12, 2021 15:00
金原 瑞人 金原 瑞人's blog:

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Published on April 13, 2021 04:33
Steve Simms Steve Simms's blog:

Christianity is overanalyzed and under lived.

Very few people study the chemistry of their food. They just open up and enjoy it. “O taste and see that the Lord is good.” You can learn to recognize the presence of Jesus and realize His reality, not just occasionally, but continually.

Analysis dissects a bird. Joy savors its song. Christianity

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Published on April 12, 2021 10:04
Laura M. Brotherson Laura M. Brotherson's blog:

Success Story #12- No More “Duty Sex!” (HERS)

No More “Duty Sex!” — Success Story #12 — StrengtheningMarriage.com

(Sexual Success Stories … from “HER” Perspective)

Dear Laura, Ah…where to even start? I’ve been married for 17 years, having “duty sex” for probably most of those years. Neither my husband nor I had anyone give us Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2021 21:20
Christian Ellingsen Christian Ellingsen's blog:

Out now and coming soon(ish – hopefully)

The Cities Beyond the Signal is out now on Apple Books

My portal fantasy novella, The Cities Beyond the Signal, is now available on Apple Books. You can find it here if you’re in the UK or on your local Apple Books store.

Have a read and, maybe, if the urge takes you, leave a review on Apple Books or

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Published on April 12, 2021 12:30
Evelyn Chartres Evelyn Chartres's blog:

Witness – Excerpt No. 10

She quietly donned the all-black attire. Everything appeared to fit well enough, except for the bra and the collar of her buttoned shirt. The first was far too tight, and the latter she remedied by ignoring the top button. — Besides, I like to keep my gills uncovered.#AmEditing pic.twitter.com/zDb3x Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2021 17:50
Berneta L. Haynes Berneta L. Haynes's blog:

Camille Cabrera and the Courageous Coward by Camille Cabrera

Guest article by Camille Cabrera

Hues of psychedelic greens, blues, purples, oranges, and brown illuminate the screen.  Hand-sketched with care and breathed into the youthful memory of an international  audience. Scooby-Doo instantly captured my attention. 

As a child, my father introduced

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Published on April 12, 2021 06:30
Carolyn Rice Carolyn Rice's blog:

Free Bible Study through Book of Mark

I’m happy to announce that we’ll be doing a Free Bible study through the book of Mark.

Get yourself of cup of tea or coffee, your Bible, and a journal or piece of paper. Let’s have tea and study the Bible together. I would love to hear your thoughts on this free Bible study when you’re done.

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Published on April 12, 2021 06:00
Cassey Ho Cassey Ho's blog:

Want Cake For Breakfast? Make This Cinnamon Roll Baked Oats Recipe

Hey guys!

Baked oats aren’t a new thing, but they’re trending on TikTok and I’m here for it! I’m actually really happy because I rediscovered how much I LOVE them. I seriously used to eat them alllll the time. Add in the fact that I love a healthy food trend and YES I HAD TO MAKE SOME.

But I wanted to

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Published on April 12, 2021 21:09
Plaza Pública Plaza Pública's blog:

Estados Unidos y la lista de corruptos

imagen columna: 3 minsTipo de Nota: OpiniónEstos listados de corruptos y de narcotraficantes centroamericanos solo serán efectivos si van acompañados de consecuencias serias para quienes figuren en ellos.
Categoría columna: opiniónTema: Poder y Ciudadanía

Hay un convencimiento generalizado de que las

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Published on April 12, 2021 08:57
Enrique Dans Enrique Dans's blog:

Microsoft alza la voz…

Varios medios habían informado ya sobre las avanzadas conversaciones de Microsoft de cara a una eventual adquisición de Nuance Communications, una de las compañías más destacadas en el ámbito del reconocimiento de voz, con una larga y embarullada historia detrás plagada de fusiones y adquisicion

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Published on April 12, 2021 07:39
Lynn Steigleder Lynn Steigleder's blog:

Being An Author, Along with Two Dollars, Will Buy Me a Cup of Coffee, Depending on Where I Go

I’ve made mention more than once that I am an author. Well, I came to the conclusion some time ago that being an author, along with two dollars, will buy me a cup of coffee, depending on where I go. … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2021 07:32
C.M. Saunders C.M. Saunders's blog:

Retview #45 – The Beast Must Die! (1974)

RetView #45

Title: The Beast Must Die

Year of Release: 1974

Director: Paul Annett

Length: 89 mins

Starring: Anton Diffring, Calvin Lockhart, Marlene Clark, Charles Gray, Peter Cushing

As regular readers of the world-famous Retview series will know, I’m a sucker for a good werewolf movie. Or even a bad

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Published on April 12, 2021 22:28
Kami Guildner Kami Guildner's blog:

Dr. Carly Hudson leading a Healing Ground Movement for Wellness – eps 194

Today on Extraordinary Women Radio, I am happy to introduce you to Dr. Carly Hudson who is leading a Healing Ground Movement for Wellness.

In this Episode:

Carly’s inspiring story before becoming a successful chiropractor and her journey to the world of wellnessThe difference between lifestyle me Read more of this blog post »
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Published on April 12, 2021 09:50
Pamela Clayfield Pamela Clayfield's blog:

What do I want?

In these moments of major depression caused by multiple people’s inability to make decisions I end up evaluating, over and over, what it is I want. I’m not talking about my personal life but my professional life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m enjoying Medchart. But there is this little nag in the back of

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Published on April 12, 2021 14:53
Jamison Stone Jamison Stone's blog:

Lava Elementals - Walking Volcanoes of Destruction

Elementals are a classic monster across so many different flavours of fiction. As a writer and Game Master, I love them as often as I possibly can. There's just something so evocative of this immense form made of howling winds and crumbling stones. The forces of nature that we see as placid outside

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Published on April 13, 2021 03:47
Poudre River Public Library District Poudre River Public Library District's blog:

1-2-3 Brain Break: Breathing in Calm

Brain Breaks are short activities, often only 1-3 minutes long, that help kids get ready to learn or refocus on the task at hand. They often involve physical activity and movement though relaxing activities can also boost mental brain power. So, in addition to encouraging your kids to participate in

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Published on April 12, 2021 08:00
Greg Kandra Greg Kandra's blog:

Five priests among kidnapped in Haiti

Group demands $1 million for release of captives, which include two nuns and three lay people.

Five priests among kidnapped in Haiti

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Published on April 13, 2021 04:00
Tanya Wilde Tanya Wilde's blog:

Chapter 1: Swept Away by a Wild Lord

Swept Away By A Wild Lord – A Novella   CHAPTER 1   Sebastian Rupert Ainsley, sixth Duke of Blackcress, stared at the growing crowd in disgust. How had he managed to be dragged to this travesty of an event? He never did anything he did not wish to do. That is unless it brought …

Chapter 1: Swept Aw

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Published on April 12, 2021 08:00
Sarah Zama Sarah Zama's blog:

Kaiser (The Great War #AtoZChallenge 2021)

All through the Great War and especially after it, Kaiser Wilhelm's mental conditions were hotly discussed. This argument was used both to explain why Germany dragged Europe in the worst war ever fought and why Germany could not be held responsible for it.
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Published on April 12, 2021 16:01
Katie M. Reid Katie M. Reid's blog:

Lottie Wins the Lottery: A Short Story About Receiving

Lottie wins lottery Katie M Reid short fiction story for Remarkable Thought podcast

Here is the latest installment for “A Remarkable Thought”—a short story podcast to engage your mind and lift your spirit. Each episode contains a fictional story and a quality question to help you ponder what you’ve heard.

Jami Amerine and I have created this podcast as a gift for you—to take a b

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Published on April 12, 2021 13:33
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