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Narrelle M. Harris Narrelle M. Harris's blog:

Lockdown Fiction: Connectivity





Inspired by an Improbable Press prompt!





Connectivity





I know better. Of course I do. But broke, living in my car, and denied the necessary freedom of internet access for the sixth day running prove too much for my caution. I have job applications to lodge, even with my small hope of success, and no

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Published on June 02, 2020 16:00
Scott Adams Scott Adams's blog:

Episode 1015 Scott Adams: Let’s Watch the Peaceful Protestors Have a Polite Chat With De Blasio



My new book LOSERTHINK, available now on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/rqmjc2a


Find my “extra” content on Locals: https://ScottAdams.Locals.com


Content:



Riots, looting and potential solutions
CNN hasn’t reported murder of David Dorn
Biden proposes shooting people in the legs
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Published on June 02, 2020 20:22
Rai Aren Rai Aren's blog:

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Good day to you!


I hope you’re having a nice spring. For me, no matter what time of year it is, or what the weather is like, reading is an important and fun part of my day. It’s the most relaxing part of my day, too, and I always look forward to it. I need it. It’s a chance to have some quiet time an

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Published on May 26, 2017 14:18
Tomie dePaola Tomie dePaola's blog:

Day Two of the June, 2020, Peace Novena

Think and say the word, or think and say “Peace.”




























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Published on June 02, 2020 05:29
Elizabeth O. Dulemba Elizabeth O. Dulemba's blog:

Coloring Page Tuesday - Flower Horse

     Wow - you guys really liked the pretty coloring page I did for you, so I decided to create another one. I also created a video about the making of it in Procreate, which you can see here - click the image to watch on Youtube (and please subscribe!): Click the image to open the full-siz Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 02, 2020 07:00
Margay Justice Margay Justice's blog:

One Week Countdown for MAKE ME YOURS by Top Shelf Romance

   

Top Shelf Romance is bringing you the best of the best of romance in Collection #4, Make Me Yours, featuring FIVE bestselling books from authors Devney Perry, Amo Jones, K. Bromberg & Chelle Bliss! ⁣    

Add to Goodreads:https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/53209574-make-me-yours

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Published on June 02, 2020 05:17
David Hopkins David Hopkins's blog:

RECOMMENDED SPECULATIVE FICTION BY BLACK AUTHORS

Today, I want to focus on the work of other writers.

Firstly, I would encourage you to read these words by Tochi Onyebuchi in his essay, I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream: The Duty of the Black Writer During Times of American Unrest.

Secondly, you should definitely check out this amazing work I’ve li

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Published on June 02, 2020 08:59
Dave Barry Dave Barry's blog:

TUESDAY NIGHT OPEN THREAD

We got nothin'.

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Published on June 02, 2020 14:03
Richard de Nooy Richard de Nooy's blog:

Drie generaties meelopers

���Het is makkelijk praten vanuit de helikopter,��� tweette ik gisteren aan een vriendin, toen ze haar bezorgdheid uitsprak over het protest op de Dam, waar mijn jongste dochter aan meedeed. Ze is negentien maar gaat inmiddels al aardig wat jaartjes haar eigen gang in Amsterdam.
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Published on June 02, 2020 01:44
John Scalzi John Scalzi's blog:

Five Things: June 2, 2020

Oh, not much going on in the world at the moment, is there?


Here are today’s five things:


Trump gassing peaceful protestors to walk to a photo op: I think we’re all used to the president being appallingly tone deaf, but this one seems destined for the top ten collection (I’m hesitant to rank it an

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Published on June 02, 2020 11:29
Skyla Dawn Cameron Skyla Dawn Cameron's blog:

BLOOD TIES Releases

Well…today is certainly a thing that is happening. I did set my release date for June 2 back in January, and while I’m adept at thinking of every worst case scenario, none of this was on my mind. So! You’re probably busy with a lot of mental trauma right now, but in case you need […]
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Published on June 02, 2020 09:08
Ilona Andrews Ilona Andrews's blog:

Work work work





I’ve got this amazingly tone deaf email this morning offering us writing advice on Ryder. Heh. Today is just one of those days.





Yesterday Kid 2 moved to Austin in the middle of protests so it was a stressful day. Today the electrician looked at our flood issue and said he can’t do anything until an A

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Published on June 02, 2020 09:50
Tom Sine Tom Sine's blog:

Join Those Celebrating a Richly Multicultural Future

I suspect that most of us have been surprised by some of the widespread protests in the US this past week. I am sure that most readers are grieving the death of George Floyd that sparked many of the protests. Pray for his family. I also join those who are disappointed by the few people [...]
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Published on June 02, 2020 11:17
Anna David Anna David's blog:

Episode 314: Jeff Goins on How Real Artists Don't Need to Starve

Jeff Goins is a writer, keynote speaker, and award-winning blogger with a reputation for challenging the status quo. He is the best-selling author of five books, including The Art of Work, which landed on the best­ seller lists of USA Today, Publisher's Weekly, and The Washington Post. He lives with

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Published on June 03, 2020 00:00
Tim Atkinson Tim Atkinson's blog:

In a churchyard...

It's 180 years today since the birth of Thomas Hardy: poet, architect, novelist, playwright, musician, countryman and legend.



Hardy (like his protagonist Jude) didn't go to public school or Oxford. He didn't inherit wealth. He worked, as an architect. And wrote in his spare time. It was architectural Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 02, 2020 09:13
Bob Freeman Bob Freeman's blog:

The Cat, The Crow, & The Crown / #Occult30

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Day Two of #Occult30 — a month long celebration of

True Tales of the Strange & Unusual.


The Cat, The Crow, & The Crown

[image error]On June 2, 1692, in the village of Salem, Massachusetts, Bridget Bishop was the first person to be tried for witchcraft; she was found guilty and hanged e

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Published on June 02, 2020 08:38
Jim C. Hines Jim C. Hines's blog:

Recent Police Assaults on Journalists and Peaceful Protesters

This is a very incomplete list of incidents from the past few days. The videos are disturbing, and many show blood and graphic violence.


I’m not arguing that there are zero protesters or outside agitators instigating violence. Nor am I interested in the “Not all cops!” debate. Sometimes cops commit a

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Published on June 02, 2020 12:18
Sarah A. Hoyt Sarah A. Hoyt's blog:

Come On, Take It a Blast From the Past From January 14 2016

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While some blogs on the right have declared that the United States are already dead, I don’t believe that. After all, a lot of us are still alive.


No, okay, I know we are in a rather icky place, but let’s please be aware that a) this doesn’t mean we’re losing. b) Jerry is probably trying to hack

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Published on June 02, 2020 14:26
Dana Stabenow Dana Stabenow's blog:

The reluctant gold miner.

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And now here Rebecca was, five months later, waking up in a one-room shack deep in a canyon somewhere between the Wood River Mountains, which together formed part of the southwestern curve of the Alaska Range.  The mine sat on a creek in a deep, narrow crevice formed between thre

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Published on June 02, 2020 10:00
Charles L. Chatmon Charles L. Chatmon's blog:

The Real Answer on #LABBX







Here it is; the $64,000 question:


“Mr. Chatmon, did you enjoy your time as executive director of the L.A. Black Book Expo?”


There is no one answer, right or wrong on this subject. I will say that my first year was probably the best. I enjoyed holding it at the Expo Center which to me was the perfect p

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Published on June 02, 2020 18:55
Mark R. Hunter Mark R. Hunter's blog:

One Week Until the AFD Fish-Chicken Fry

Just a week to go until what might be the prime event of the summer, considering all the other events seem to be canceled. Well, no year is perfect, although 2020 must be going for a record.

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Published on June 02, 2020 23:09
Christo Herrera Inapanta Christo Herrera Inapanta's blog:

VLADÍMIR PROP, SUS 31 FUNCIONES Y LOS CLICHÉ.

A fines del siglo XIX e inicios del XX, cuando Europa se había cansado de la seducción del romanticismo literario y filosófico; muchos pensadores se empecinaron en demostrar que la subjetividad era lo más cercano a un juego de adolescentes y que los ideales podían sucumbir al estricto mundo de la ci

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Published on June 02, 2020 18:31
Steve  Johnson Steve Johnson's blog:

Be the first to read one of these

Crash Kilgore Road Rage Saga Leads Short Stories Collection by Steve Johnson The Last Sermon Dying Preacher Reveals a Great Truth by Steve Johnson I wrote two books in 2020 and so far nobody has read them but me when I edited them. Having zero readers was not exactly what I had in mind when I wrote them. Would I have written them, if I had known nobody would read them? Yes, I would. Why? I just wanted to. I'm not going to sit here and Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 02, 2020 22:52
Thomas Murosky Thomas Murosky's blog:

The Joker: A Christian Response

The new Joker movie with Joaquin Phoenix has been stirring up some controversy lately, and when I see a film being hotly debated in the media, I want to have a look to see if any truth can be found to the various debates. The arguments with this film include the common ‘copycat’ concern, rightfu

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Published on May 29, 2020 21:30
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