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Vanda Tomaševiča Vanda Tomaševiča's blog:

TODAY 27.6.19

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rain yesterday


rain today


rain rain rain


again and again


thank you High Powers


for good showers

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Published on June 27, 2019 02:58
Connla Freyjason Connla Freyjason's blog:

Queer As Folk

The sun was warm, the whistles were loud, and the parade route was literally uphill both ways. I looked out across the sea of gathered faces–a multi-colored crowd, and not only because rainbows were everywhere–and raised my staff to hail them, as a Vitki might have done in days of yore. As I walk... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 12:00
Ellen Vaillancourt Ellen Vaillancourt's blog:

Bonne semaine

Les enfants sont en vacances et la maison est sens dessus dessous à cause des rénovations. Je vais essayer de ne pas perdre mon calme pendant les semaines à venir en profitant des petits monstres qui ont envahi la piscine, attaquer ma pile à lire et me reposer (dans la poussière)… Je vous souhait... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 07:50
Greg Baer Greg Baer's blog:

Don’t Ignore the Darkness Within You

Don’t ignore the darkness within you, nor regret it or be ashamed of it. It informs you of the position of the sun.


Listen to Real Love and learn how to live life fully.


The post Don’t Ignore the Darkness Within You appeared first on Real Love.

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Published on June 26, 2019 05:00
Molly Davis Molly Davis's blog:

The Horse We Rode In On

We all have them. Decisions we wish we could revisit and choose another course. Words we’ve said in the heat of the moment, but are unable to take back. Relationships we started that turned out to be dead ends, and ones we ended too soon, missing out on the life to be found there. Times when we l...

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Published on June 26, 2019 18:32
Kaye Lynne Booth Kaye Lynne Booth's blog:

Modern Poetry: Confusion

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Modern poetry presents us with many problems. Like: the problem of understanding it. There are no rules to poetry, not any more, not for a century at least. I subscribe to some literary magazines on the internet. I get most of my poetry from The Rumpus and Across The Margin. These l...

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Published on June 26, 2019 11:06
Lisa Deerwood Lisa Deerwood's blog:

3 Trends You Should Definitely Try This Summer

June 26, 2019


If you feel like you’re summer wardrobe is in a funk, or you just want to try something new, here are 3 trends that have caught my eye this summer.


Wide Leg Cropped Pants

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Cotton Linen Drawstring Wide Leg Pants


Fun and flattering, a wide leg pant is a classic look. Ev...

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Published on June 26, 2019 06:51
S.R. Roberts S.R. Roberts's blog:

Focus On The Lesson, Not The Pain

The only way you can think clearly and create a solution for an obstacle, is to focus on the lesson. Everything else is a distraction. Have you ever stumbled upon a challenge and you get so caught up in why it happened, that you conveniently get stuck? Of course, you could just think of a … Conti...

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Published on June 27, 2019 05:17
I Talk You Talk Press I Talk You Talk Press's blog:

Couch

Couch is another word for….

a) desk

b) coach

c) bag

d) sofa

The answer is below!↓

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Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

 

Answer: d) sofa

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Published on June 26, 2019 22:36
Dhawal Joshi Dhawal Joshi's blog:

Author Interview - Souvik Roy

Tell us something about yourself.

I'm Souvik Roy, an 18 year old soft spoken yet an ambitious individual. I have a knack for writing, drawing and theater. Well, I'm a Computer Science student and is thus forced to study a lot as well.
Tell us something about your book.

 

Well, I have always been a Sh... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 08:03
Frank  Morelli Frank Morelli's blog:

Inside the Writer’s Studio – Episode 10, Frank Morelli – YA Author (No Sad Songs)

[image error]Inside the Writer’s Studio is the brainchild of New York Times bestselling novelist, Charlie Lovett (The Bookman’s Tale, First Impressions). His most recent novel, The Lost Book of the Grail, was a Book Riot Best Book of 2017. All of them are must reads.  Lovett’s idea for his Inside...

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Published on June 27, 2019 05:03
Lee Tobin McClain Lee Tobin McClain's blog:

Let’s Talk About Newsletters Plus #Giveaway

If you thought “Ah, this is going to be another post where Alexa is going to ask for our input,” you’re right. As an author, I value my newsletter subscribers so much. The space in your inbox is valuable and you probably receive many emails every day, including newsletters from different authors.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 02:00
Matthew Tonks Matthew Tonks's blog:

A Void Of Vacuum Within Me

Sliding into something that’s not mine, Breaking time to be, Like a blister exploding, Pain entangling everything that is me, Capturing each nerve grander than the last, Engulfing, Exploding, Rearranging my sense of self, Swallowing who I thought I was inside the mouth of who the world sees me as... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 04:03
Živa Viviana Doria Živa Viviana Doria's blog:

http://www.doria.si/knjigarna/q/artikel/7595Gosja kraljica, napisala in ilustrirala Živa Viviana Doria, založba Atelje Doria Ali slišite, kako prhuta, gosja kraljica s svojimi snežno belimi krili? Iz Dežele Nije je gosja kraljica poletela že pred nekaj leti. No, končno sem mojemu izvirnemu ilustriranemu motivu gosje kraljice, zapisala tud... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 13, 2017 13:30
L. A. Vockins L. A. Vockins's blog:

Short Fiction- The New Dark.

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This darkness surrounds. Ever encroaching. Nulling. It claws at my sanity. Tendrils lick, binding heart that threatens to cease. I’ve been trapped here for months now. I track my time here, crudely etching lines into a tree stump that has become my place of comfort. This one...

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Published on June 26, 2019 10:22
Bernard Charles Bernard Charles's blog:

What Your Color Lei at the Office Luau Party Says About You and Others

This week one of the operation manager’s I work with decided to splash the office walls with paradise and color! Hosting a tropical themed office luau party is a great way to engage employees and get to know yourself and others in the process. Can you guess where I dived into the fun? I jumped …... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 08:47
Sarah  Maloney Sarah Maloney's blog:

Pet Caricature Class @ Makeda & Mingus June 30th 4-6pm

Sign up here

Bring a photo of your pet or favorite animal and I will teach you how to draw your furry friend!

$40 includes class, materials, and a drink!

Hosted by: Makeda & Mingus













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Published on June 26, 2019 14:42
Ilaria Vecchietti Ilaria Vecchietti's blog:

Conosci il Blog... Un mondo di libri

Conosci il Blog... Un mondo di libri

Buongiorno lettori,eccomi con una nuova puntata della rubrica: " Conosci il Blog... ".(Per chi non la conoscesse, presento i blog che frequento con un'intervista diretta ai loro blogger per conoscerli meglio).
Oggi conosciamo " Un mondo di libri " (http://gabbi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 01:00
Amy Powis Amy Powis's blog:

Three Hallows Book Club June Post: 5 Things I Enjoyed About Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Duggan

So this month, the book that we all have been reading Hot Dog Girl by Jennifer Dugan. Instead of doing a full book review, here are five reasons why you should read the book...

Number 5: Rom-com vibes

I think that one of the reasons that I liked the book so much was due to the rom-com vibes. I thi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 02:00
Minter Dial Minter Dial's blog:

The Real Time Power of Poetry in a Digital World

I had the privilege of addressing one of, if not the oldest tech communities in the world, the Real Time Club. It was formed in 1967 by the American IT entrepreneur Alan Marshall and is currently chaired by the marvelous Dr John Collins. At this dinner, there was, as ever, a gathering of people f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 03:23
Richard Gottfried Richard Gottfried's blog:

Mini Golf at the Palace Fun Centre in Rhyl

A visit to the new Mini Golf course at the Palace Fun Centre in Rhyl.

Mini Golf at the Palace Fun Centre in Rhyl
The Palace Fun Centre and Amusement Arcade in Rhyl is now home to a new indoor Mini Golf course.
Mini Golf at the Palace Fun Centre in Rhyl
I was surprised to find the course on my visit to the seaside town yesterday!
Mini Golf at the Palace Fun Centre in RhylAt the 911th course on the Crazy World of Minigolf... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 27, 2019 03:00
Genevive Chamblee Genevive Chamblee's blog:

Why Is the Love Genre Hated?

Romance is one of the largest, if not the largest, genre out there in the world of fiction. Yet, it is one that receives so much shade, especially its subgenre, erotica. Romance often is criticized for being cheesy or predictable, but this can occur in any genre. So, why does romance have so many...

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Published on June 26, 2019 08:00
Darla DeMorrow Darla DeMorrow's blog:

Sorry, this Home is Already Sold!

It’s June. It’s finally summer. And, (shocker) like some of you, I’m getting around to some projects that I just haven’t had time for. Namely, several of the homes that we staged this spring sold within days, and I just didn’t have a chance to get a post up about them. But I know you […]
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Published on June 26, 2019 19:42
Bradley Charbonneau Bradley Charbonneau's blog:

The Habit is the Goal

The Habit is the Goal

Not to lose 10 pounds but to drink two liters of water per day.

The post The Habit is the Goal appeared first on Pass the Sour Cream.

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Published on June 25, 2019 08:00
Deb Pfeifer Deb Pfeifer's blog:

Charity Sewing & Craft Projects

Click on the pictures below to get right to the tutorial! While my patterns, templates, and videos are absolutely free, if you feel so inclined please consider a donation for their use. Every little bit helps! Your donation helps support the blog and allows me to continue to provide free conte... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 10:32
Graca Aguiar Graca Aguiar's blog:

MEU SORRISO, MEU MUNDO


Oh! Subestimam-me aqueles que apenas reconhecem no meu sorriso uma menina ingénua que viveu a maior parte do tempo fora da realidade deste mundo. Sim, subestimam-me, porque, apesar da aparência, faz muitos anos que deixei de ser menina, e ingénua! O mundo que conheço é o mesmo que todos os outro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 26, 2019 07:47
Michael Gallagher Michael Gallagher's blog:

Thursday’s Featured (and FREE!) Kindle Book



Colton

Author: Olivia Sands

Genre: Contemporary Romance


Rating: 4.7 out of 5 stars

Free via Kindle Unlimited: No


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Book Description:

Welcome to the small town of Elm Ridge, Kentucky, where you’ll swoon, smile, and fall helplessly...

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Published on June 27, 2019 02:15
Lexi Wood Lexi Wood's blog:

Find out what this naughty stepdaughter gets up to at night in LILY'S LITTLE SECRET!

Lily’s Little Secret
Taboo Erotica from Lexi Wood

Every night, Lily sneaks into the man of the house’s bed. She thinks she can get away with anything. But what happens when the man of the house catches her in the act? Is it possible he’s known her dirty little secret all this time?

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Published on June 26, 2019 19:31
Lori Anne Rising Lori Anne Rising's blog:

I’m sorry that happened, James.

I’m sorry that happened, James. I know you’re certainly not alone in that experience. My heart goes out to the child within you that is still needing and wanting love and protection.

At this stage however, is it now up to you as the adult to give yourself the love and protection you needed back th...

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Published on June 26, 2019 13:18
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