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Tracey Jerald Tracey Jerald's blog:

Blurb - Free to Live!

The blurb for Free to Live is up! Do you recognize Holly's hero? If so, tell me where from where.

I'd love to hear your thoughts on what you think about it.

XOXO,
Tracey

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:57
Eric Enck Eric Enck's blog:

New horror collection

New horror collection coming from the author of SNUFF!!!!!

NO LIVES MATTER

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07S1ZPQ3T/...
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Published on May 22, 2019 06:38
Whitney McKendree Moore Whitney McKendree Moore's blog:

Righteous Judgment?


According to Jesus, there is such a thing as “righteous judgment.” His words: see John 7:24. Another example: where He warns us to remove the “log” from our own eye before focusing on a speck in the eye of someone else (see Matthew 7:1-5).

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:36
Carolyn Dale Newell Carolyn Dale Newell's blog:

Open and Read in Times of Trouble

 


 


I will be glad and rejoice in Your mercy, for You have considered my trouble; You have known my soul in adversities,


Psalm 31:7 NKJV


During a good season, I decided to write a letter to my future self. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could step out of our tranquil seasons to have a talk with ourselv...

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Published on May 21, 2019 23:00
Lacrecia Hillis Lacrecia Hillis's blog:

20 Fantastic Book Cover Design Resources

Looking for a new book cover design? Here are 20 designers and premade cover resources! A book’s cover impacts sales, so this is a worthwhile investment.

— Read on insights.bookbub.com/fantastic-book-cover-design-resources/


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Published on May 22, 2019 06:12
Carynn Bohley Carynn Bohley's blog:

Teen Authors Talk Writing- Livestream

Teen authors H.G Warrender (‘The Way She Sees It’ culture podcast) and Carynn Bohley (‘Precipice’) talk about the process of writing a book, short story, podcast or blog, and answer your writing questions.


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As some of you know, my cousin H.G Warrender and I are hosting a writing livestream...

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Published on May 21, 2019 15:46
Fred Stuvek Jr. Fred Stuvek Jr.'s blog:

The Importance of Weight Training

One area which is often overlooked as part of an exercise regimen is weight training.  Some of this is due to misconceptions about weight training such as it is only for athletes or that it will add bulk.  Part of this is also due to an unfamiliarity with weight training and not understanding the...

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Published on May 21, 2019 11:16
Ryan Biddulph Ryan Biddulph's blog:

How to Leave a Soul Sucking Job

  I wrapped up my evening cardio a few moments…


The post How to Leave a Soul Sucking Job appeared first on Blogging From Paradise.

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Published on May 22, 2019 02:47
Fred    Burton Fred Burton's blog:

Interviewed by KEYE on Smart Home Devices

"There's a reason I don't own one," says Fred Burton, chief security officer at Stratfor, a geopolitical intelligence and forecasting firm based in Austin.











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As a former police officer and special agent Burton says you won't find any smart devices in his house -- especially locks. He's content with...

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Published on May 22, 2019 04:56
Nuria Espert Más Nuria Espert Más's blog:

Poesía Viva #Ldelirica

Me sumo a la iniciativa de dar voz a la poesía con dos sencillos vídeos subidos con el móvil.

El primero es un poema sobre el maltrato que no se ve pero que deja huella. Un maltrato que puede sufrir tanto un hombre como una mujer, aunque son las mujeres las que más lo padecen.


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Published on May 21, 2019 10:54
Anne-Renee Gumley Anne-Renee Gumley's blog:

Summertime and Its Gifts





Summertime around our house usually begins like a basket full
of puppies. Wide-eyed, wiggly, itching to run, and rather chaotic. It’s like
we’ve been bottling up all this anxious anticipation and energy throughout the
year, only to finally be released to roam free… and we’re not quite sure what
to do...

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Published on May 22, 2019 06:00
Mason Canyon Mason Canyon's blog:

The Divorce Planner


The Divorce Planner
Angela Lam
Published by: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: May 20th 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
When her daughter suggests Darcy Madison attend her ex-husband’s wedding, Darcy enlists the help of her colleague, divorce attorney Victor Costello, to pose as her...
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Published on May 21, 2019 21:10
Hope Doe Hope Doe's blog:

Retiring my Service Dog

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Bug is 4 years old. He has been working as my service dog for a little over two years now, and he has been a life saver. He’s the reason that I have kept going when all I wanted to do was die. He gave me my independence back. He gave me my life back.

In December, I started a new jo...

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Published on May 21, 2019 07:54
Jeff Mitchell Jeff Mitchell's blog:

Waterfalls of Burgess Brook Gorge-SGL 57

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Red is off trail.  Orange is old ATV trail.  Yellow are grades or old forest roads.  There are wet areas on the top of the plateau.  SGL 57 boundary extends further down Burgess Brook than shown on this map.  There are no bridges across streams.  Map is modeled off of one prepared by...

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Published on May 21, 2019 09:44
Alexis Lantgen Alexis Lantgen's blog:

My Most Recent Author Interviews!

I’ve been doing lots of author interviews and guest posts over the last few days! I’m thankful people have been interested in me and my books.

Dove Winters asks some very interesting questions for my “Questions That Matter” interview with her.

I believe that there is likely to be life on other pl...

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Published on May 21, 2019 19:48
Dr. Nancy D. O'Reilly Dr. Nancy D. O'Reilly's blog:

Helping Women Make Their Voices Heard

Once Tabby Biddle found her inner power and spoke out about human rights abuses on behalf of women and girls, her next step was obvious, help other women speak out...


The post Helping Women Make Their Voices Heard appeared first on Dr. Nancy.

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Published on May 21, 2019 14:20
Nicola Marco Camedda Nicola Marco Camedda's blog:

Presentazione della serie "Star Cluster Zero - Ammasso Stellare Zero"

Ben ritrovati tra le pagine del blog di NMCBooks.com. In questo articolo vorrei spendere qualche parola per presentare la serie "Star Cluster Zero - Ammasso Stellare Zero".
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Published on May 22, 2019 00:47
Pooja Priyamvada Pooja Priyamvada's blog:

BOOK REVIEW: CREATIVE KIDS

TITLE:
CREATIVE KIDS

AUTHOR:
Dr. Surbhi Prapanna

FORMAT: E-Book

PUBLISHER:
BLOGCHATTER

PAGES:  81











This is an e-book
released in the Blogchatter E-Book Carnival Edition 4 in the parenting
category and focuses specifically on arts and crafts for young children.



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Published on May 22, 2019 05:21
Lisa Street Lisa Street's blog:

The Broadcast by Liam Falkov (Book Review)

The Broadcast by Liam Falkov takes us on a journey of mystery, shadow intrigue, and a host of characters who are at first, seemingly unconnected. Secrets are the biggest obstacle, it would seem, toward the main character’s wishful lives. Though there are quite a few characters to help the story a... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 06:00
Lyssa Medana Lyssa Medana's blog:

Book Review: Realms of Ghosts & Magic by J S Malcom

Realms of Ghosts & Magic by J S Malcom available on Amazon



This is a well-written, entertaining book about magic in our present day world, with a well thought out, logical magic system and a recognition that being a witch doesn’t pay the bills. The pacing was great, with some variation, the de...

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Published on May 21, 2019 12:23
Jimena I. Novaro Jimena I. Novaro's blog:

Upwork—Is it Worth it? A Beginning Freelancer's Perspective

If you enjoy my blog, you're probably a creative person of some kind, whether you're a writer, a visual artist, a graphic designer, or something else. Since I've recently ventured into the land of freelance work, I thought I would share my experience with a particular website, Upwork, to help you...

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Published on May 21, 2019 08:58
Hope Bolinger Hope Bolinger's blog:

15 Ways to Believe in Yourself Again

Blaze releases in 13 days, and I'm not ready.I mean, yes, I pulled together a blog tour, built my platform from 2K to 17.5K, did a number of interviews, reached out to influencers, got some endorsers, etc.But as we moved past the threshold of two weeks until the release, I feel anything but ready... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 07:54
Kip  Carter Kip Carter's blog:

Just Facts

Just Facts Doesn’t make it so. May 21st, 2019 It’s interesting to note, that while we are such a technology-driven culture, we still acknowledge the presumption of things that are outside of our current awareness. Science fiction – We have numerous productions that portray advanced science, where... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 06:27
Andie Barr Andie Barr's blog:

I owe you guys an apology…

I have had a WILD last few months, and I don’t say that
lightly.





I feel like I owe everybody in my writing tribe – especially
my CPs Sydney and Keira – a massive apology for my absence and inability to
follow through on, essentially, everything. And I do apologise, sincerely. It’s
been about 12 weeks...

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Published on May 22, 2019 02:34
Richard Goodman Richard Goodman's blog:

The Thief of Dreams

With every new Donald Trump announcement or proclamation that draws on the worst in us, I think about my daughter.
She’s young, only twenty-five. Her life is really just beginning. She’s at the age where you create dreams about the future, think about the life you will lead, let your hopes and as... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 21, 2019 08:05
Khaya Ronkainen Khaya Ronkainen's blog:

How Do You Read?

It’s not officially summer but I’m posting the reading challenge in advance. If you are reading with me this summer, I hope you’ll have enough time to think about your reading list. I’ve mentioned here that I tend to lean more towards female writers. There are a number of reasons. But the most re... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 06:00
Emily  Henderson Emily Henderson's blog:

Reveal: Arlyn’s Bright & Happy Rental Living Room Makeover

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It’s here! The day has finally arrived that I get to show you my home, which by the way is like reading your teenage diary in a crowded room of other writers, standing in your swimsuit. It’s scary. It’s awkward. Please love me.


That’s me. Arlyn Hernandez, Editorial Director here at EHD, smiling t...

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Published on May 22, 2019 02:00
Christine Aroney-Sine Christine Aroney-Sine's blog:

Song Lines

By Talitha Fraser

On Wednesdays I pick my goddaughter up from school and we go on together to her brothers day care centre, we sometimes walk quickly and can have 10 minutes waiting on her Mum to collect her for piano lessons… ten minutes. Using just what is around us every week she can create t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 01:27
Damian Myron Damian Myron's blog:

My Rewriting Process

Whenever I sit down to write any kind of story, one thing
inevitably occurs. I make mistakes. No matter how extensive I outline my latest
idea, or how much I thought about what I’m going to say, it’s never perfect
when I first put it on the page.





And that’s okay. But it does bring up an important que...

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Published on May 21, 2019 16:43
Vy Lydia Andersen Vy Lydia Andersen's blog:

Un breve aggiornamento – e gattini allegati

Lo so, ormai non vi stupite più di queste mie apparizioni random, né dei lunghi momenti di vuoto cosmico. A distanza di qualche mese dall’ultimo cenno di vita qui sopra, però, ci tenevo ad aggiornarvi.

[image error]Intanto, vi regalo un gattino per la pazienza.

1. Oltre le Nebbie del Tempo

Se...

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Published on May 22, 2019 01:30
Joseph  Spring Joseph Spring's blog:

Alice in Wonderland Syndrome

My mouth is cavernous, and my hands anchors. In my fingers I feel a sprig of thyme, not there at all but a log nonetheless: Each finger a one-tonne sausage. How far is it to the corner of the ceiling? At least two hundred decibels, I say. Like the recurring childhood nightmare and mom’s soothing...

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Published on May 21, 2019 07:49
Allison    Rose Allison Rose's blog:

Why Faeries are my Favorite Fantasy Creature

Faeries are unique and versatile as fantasy creatures. I was—and still am—intrigued by the different form faeries take in books. And I was excited to create my own kind of faerie. Faeries are my favorite because: Faeries can range on a spectrum from light to dark, from little pesky things to huma...

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Published on May 21, 2019 09:11
Louise Ebel Louise Ebel's blog:

Flower(s)


Pictures by Pauline Darley


Rien ne fait plus plaisir qu’un joli bouquet, surtout quand il présente une telle profusion de fleurs et de couleurs, comme cette merveille créé par Pampa Paris pour la fête des mères, en collaboration avec Kenzo Parfums. Dois-je en plus préciser qu’il met à l’honneur...

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Published on May 22, 2019 01:21
Oona Miller Oona Miller's blog:

What a beautiful day ♫☉ to fight for workers' rights ✊


What a beautiful day ♫☉ to fight for workers' rights ✊
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Published on May 13, 2019 15:18
Mitchell Hadley Mitchell Hadley's blog:

How TV compliments your lifestyle

Recently I was browsing through a bookstore that I’ve been known to frequent from time to time, doing what I usually do when I’m in a bookstore: looking for television shows on DVD. To be clear, that’s not all I do in a bookstore; I look for books as well, and not just books about TV. However, c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 22, 2019 05:00
John  J Jessop John J Jessop's blog:

Why laughing is good for your health.





The world can be a depressing place, what with all the school shootings, terrorist threats and political nonsense. I needed to laugh, to lighten things up. Laughing is good for your health. I worked in medical biotech for 30+ years, so I started writing a biotech murder mystery series. This is a...

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Published on May 22, 2019 02:00
Terrance P.  Elmore Terrance P. Elmore's blog:

What if it was?

[image error]What if it was the last time you heard her voice?

Would you pay attention more and really listen to her heart?

What if it was the last time you saw her face?

Would you tell her that her beauty still leaves you as speechless as the first day you met.

What if it was the last time you h...

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Published on May 22, 2019 05:02
Frank Prem Frank Prem's blog:

Flock #84: defy gravity

given wings would you not fly I would I would leap into the nothing faith in my wings faith in the air defy gravity ~ Advertisements
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Published on May 22, 2019 00:30
Eric Otis Simmons Eric Otis Simmons's blog:

ESETOMES eBook Sale - 35% Off thru June 30th

ESE, Inc. announced today, in conjunction with its ESETOMES eBook Box Set arriving at retailers, it is offering 35% off its eBooks, "Not Far From The Tree," and "#HTSP - How to Self-Publish" and the Box Set which comprises both, through June 30th. To receive the discount, customers can go to http... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 16, 2019 21:29
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