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Martin Bodek Martin Bodek's blog:

I'm a Part of History!

In this nice, concise article on the history of the haggadah, I get name-dropped, as do The Emoji Haggadah and The Festivus Haggadah. Thank you for the love Mala Rau Blomquist and Oregon Jewish Life. Did you know I also wrote The Coronavirus Haggadah?

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:30
Victor Marcoianu Victor Marcoianu's blog:

Cum am ajuns să scriu o carte

Nu am pornit niciodată cu gândul de a scrie o carte și nici de a o vinde. A fost un rezultat neașteptat al aplicării unui concept relativ banal de marketing, respectiv, blogging-ul.

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:29
Dr. Block Dr. Block's blog:

Glitch Guardians 2 is here!

The second book in my Tales of the Glitch Guardians series is now available. I'm sorry it took so long.

You can add it to your Goodreads bookshelf here: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/5...

I hope you enjoy it.

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:28
Scott Semegran Scott Semegran's blog:

Austin Liti Limits Episode 22 with Simon Han is Out Now

Austin Liti Limits Episode 22 with award-winning Texas author Simon Han is now available! Watch my interview with Simon that we conducted remotely via Zoom because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Check it out now over at the Austin Liti Limits website. Or watch right here:





Author Simon Han on Austin Liti L

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Published on March 03, 2021 22:10
Richard   Schneider Richard Schneider's blog:

What Makes a Good Mystery Novel (to me)

A good mystery novel looks a little different to all readers, I would presume. We're all different, after all, and have differing tastes. So, when I decided to write this post, I knew to add the qualifier (to me)!

With that disclosed, let's jump right in.

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:14
Melissa Foster Melissa Foster's blog:

Have you read HOT FOR LOVE yet?

😏😏😏😏😏 Let's just say that Nick and Trixie had some e-reader melting chemistry. Have you read HOT FOR LOVE yet?

🥰 = Devoured, loved, reading again
😘= It's next on my TBR
😝= Haven't bought yet, but planning to buy it

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:13
Z.  Altug Z. Altug's blog:

Newsletter - Self-Care Solutions – January 2021

See the newsletter by Z Altug discussing:

• Gardening
• Healing Journal
• Short-bout Walking
• Outdoor Exercises

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:12
Chas Williamson Chas Williamson's blog:

Did you see my latest newsletter?

Her trembling hands woke me at 4AM.
“Chas, that sounds like an air raid siren!”


We were in Edinburgh, Scotland. Because the hotel wasn’t equipped with air conditioning, the windows had been flung wide open in the hopes of catching some cool air. When the noise disrupted our slumber, the average perso Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 04, 2021 07:12
Slee Fenton Slee Fenton's blog:

Ko-Fi?

 One of my good friends, artist John Sumrow, fantasy illustrator extrordinaire and all around brilliant self-promoter without being creepy about it, just pointed out a nifty new site today, called ko-fi.I'm more of a tea kind of gal, but I'm not going to argue if someone wants to buy me a cuppa. It' Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 10:38
Greg   Stone Greg Stone's blog:

Cruising the Lakefront

Do you rememeber cruising as a teenager?

I'm a native of Branson, Missouri, graduating from Branson High School in 1982. Back then, there was no Branson Landing, no Sight and Sound Theater, no constant entertainment all along "the Strip" as we called it. Back then we had only five music shows: Baldkn

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Published on March 03, 2021 12:59
Pooja Agnihotri Pooja Agnihotri's blog:

5 Powerful Digital Channels To Increase Sales For eCommerce Brand

E-commerce is leading the world and how. Various brands are selling online. It’s a big game now. Therefore, choosing the best channels for your brand can be mind-boggling sometimes. It has become all the more important now to use digital channels to increase sales for e-commerce brands.  That’s why

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Published on March 03, 2021 14:23
Rob     Taylor Rob Taylor's blog:

Florida Keys Road Trip: Stunning And Affordable Things To Do

The very first question we were asked upon getting home was “What are the best things to do in the Florida Keys with kids?” Apparently the Florida Keys have a reputation of being a destination for adults that just want to part and go fishing. I had no clue. And the Florida Keys are way more than tha

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Published on March 03, 2021 05:54
Erick E. Pérez Erick E. Pérez's blog:

Buenas intenciones

Amanda le dio el último sorbo a la taza de café, luego la depositó sobre el pequeño plato y con el dorso de la mano apartó ambos a un lado.

—Yo sé que anoche mi esposo durmió contigo.

 La muchacha dejó los vegetales en el fregadero donde los estaba lavando y cerró el grifo. Se volteó hacia la dueña de

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Published on March 03, 2021 20:40
David Tuller David Tuller's blog:

One and Done

On February 27, 2021, the FDA issued an emergency use authorization for a one-dose SARS-CoV-2 vaccine developed by Janssen Pharmaceutica, a Belgium-based division of Johnson & Johnson.
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Published on March 04, 2021 04:39
Andrea Montgomery Andrea Montgomery's blog:

Review of The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley








As gripping page-turners go, this one’s a winner. Once you start reading The Hunting Party,  it’s very, very difficult to put it down, especially as you approach the denouement. All credit to Lucy Foley for building the tension and suspense as the novel progresses at a cra

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Published on March 04, 2021 06:14
J. Avery Cain J. Avery Cain's blog:

March 2021 Schedule

In the case of a delay for a post a note will be made on the schedule.

If you are looking for older schedules head on over to check out the Lineup

Monday March 1st, 2021: No PostTuesday March 2nd, 2021: No PostWednesday March 3rd, 2021: No Post – Editing Second Edition of Recyclable Youth (For Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 04, 2021 00:14
Sophy Smythe Sophy Smythe's blog:

THE MEDICAL CODE -Chapter 1

ANTWERP

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Published on March 04, 2021 06:53
Poceн Маpkoв Poceн Маpkoв's blog:

Разбиха мрежа за фалшиви ваксини срещу COVID-19

Че то истински има ли???

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Published on March 04, 2021 07:09
Kelly   Morgan Kelly Morgan's blog:

Overnight Vanilla Yogurt Oats

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Serves 2

1 ½ cup vanilla Greek yogurt

5 tbsp. rolled oats

1 tbsp. honey

Sliced fresh fruit of choice

In the evening, mix the yogurt and rolled oats, then refrigerate overnight in a jar.

In the morning, add the honey and mix well. Transfer into serving bowls and serve topped with fresh fruit.

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Published on March 04, 2021 04:00
Justin Christopher Justin Christopher's blog:

Are you a keen reader? Do you like free books?

 

Good news wonderful readers.

From March 4th 2021 my book The Underers ebook will be absolutely free – click here for your copy. 

Here’s a sneak peek about the story from a reader named Cheryl:

‘A young girl finds courage and strength 101 steps below her family home. The beast of bullying is defeat

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Published on March 04, 2021 02:15
Julie Cicora Julie Cicora's blog:

Knitting in the Dark – Rev. Georgia Carney

I will knit pretty much anywhere at any time. I have projects suitable for many different knitting environments from meetings-mostly Zoom meetings these days, waiting for appointments, family gatherings, and quiet time at home. I save my lace, cable, and colorwork projects for quiet focused time und

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Published on March 03, 2021 16:00
Eric Burns-White Eric Burns-White's blog:

⎇001JW In Nadir Pentad of Guardians: Transposition #4 (Conclusion!)

"My point is… every day I was confused, or scared, or didn’t know what was wrong with me. I felt ungrateful. So blessed with so much, and I couldn’t just live the life people expected from me. And then… then I started reading about you. Not just the pioneering aviator, or aeronautical engineer… but Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 04, 2021 05:00
Iris Mir Iris Mir's blog:

The 'There You Stay Lady'

[Note to the reader: This is a short fictional story that I have written to commemorate International Women’s Day 2021.]

To my mom, my two grandmothers

and all the real women in my family.

Have you ever regretted addressing a stranger on the street? I have, many times!

Perhaps because I am a wri

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Published on March 01, 2021 07:35
Justin  Patton Justin Patton's blog:

Windy Isle Wisdom #1

My friend Jason recently shared a great excerpt from Kierkegaard’s “Practice in Christianity” this week, in which S.K. identifies an important truth. Though the means through which we are drawn to God are many, Kierkegaard says they converge at the consciousness (i.e. awareness) of sin. Don’t let th

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Published on March 03, 2021 17:05
Sean  Clark Sean Clark's blog:

A Greater Call

This story is based on the album “Mariner” by Cult of Luna featuring Julie Christmas. Titles “A Greater,” “Chevron,” “The Wreck of S.S. Needle,” “Approaching Transition,” and “Cygnus” are creations of Cult of Luna, Julie Christmas, and properties of the band and Indie Recordings. Give the album a

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Published on March 03, 2021 16:56
Patricia L. Fletcher Patricia L. Fletcher's blog:

White on Black | Jewniquely Myself

*My heart is breaking…tragically America remains mired in hatred, seemingly unable to escape the bleakest chapters of our historic saga May we never forget, and may we forever aspire to do better!* White on Black black jay walkin cop car stalkin loud accusal tense refusal scuffle and roll out of con

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Published on March 03, 2021 14:34
Vannessa Rhoades Vannessa Rhoades's blog:

Outdoor Home Staging Decor from Amazon

Staging your outdoor space with the right decor can pay off in spades when it’s time to sell! According to the National Association of Realtors’ Profile of Home Staging report, 63% of buyers ranked staging outdoor spaces as “important” or “very important.” Buyers want an outdoor space that adds “vis

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Published on March 03, 2021 09:43
Aime Alley Card Aime Alley Card's blog:

The Bridled Tongue by Catherine Meyrick

I haven't done book reviews on this blog yet, but I think I'll start now. I came across Catherine Meyrick in the #historicalfiction #writingcommunity on twitter and saw her post for her current book. It fell right into my sweet spot, so I thought I would check it out. Since I'm relatively new in the

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Published on March 03, 2021 11:07
Anna Winson Anna Winson's blog:

The Lady Detective

pexels-pixabay-219897.jpg Book as a Beverage

Taphouse Ale

English Breakfast Tea

Today is the publication day of Ava January’s novel, The Lady Detective. This delightful page turner is a breath of fre...

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Published on March 03, 2021 14:01
John  Harrell John Harrell's blog:

Gossip…

Gossip is harmful. It hurts others, and we hurt ourselves when we participate in it. Let’s spend the energy lifting and inspiring our fellow man. We help others when we do this, and we help ourselves…

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Published on March 04, 2021 05:55
Anastasia Olson Anastasia Olson's blog:

How to Develop a Viral TikTok Business Presence

So you’ve decided to adopt TikTok into your marketing strategy – Congratulations! This initial bold step is the start of a very satisfying and exciting adventure!

Why use TikTok?

Over the past couple of years, TikTok has grown rapidly in popularity, becoming one of the largest international social med

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Published on March 03, 2021 19:58
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