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Scott A. Meehan Scott A. Meehan's blog:

A Dream

Beast-2 dream

As I journeyed through the path of life, I laid down to sleep; and as I slept, I had a dream. It began with a smoldering village set within a silhouette of rolling hills. Smoke rose in several columns into the light-gray, dusk sky. A dirt road curved through the crevasses leading up to the ragin

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Published on January 19, 2020 17:19
Louise  Phillips Louise Phillips's blog:

International Women's Day Event



If anyone is interested in signing up for this FREE event on the 8th March see link below for booking....


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Published on March 03, 2021 07:52
Stacy McKitrick Stacy McKitrick's blog:

Reading Update

Looks like I’m slacking again. I’ll blame the Penguins game. Watched it last night and was super happy they won. And then forgot all about it being Tuesday and that I should have posted this. And I wouldn’t have even remembered if I hadn’t just finished the next book I’m reading. So guess I’m postin

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Published on March 03, 2021 10:47
T.M.  Smith T.M. Smith's blog:

Life Changer (A Chicago First Responders Novel) by BJ Harvey blog tour with Cat's Review & #giveaway @EJBookPromos @bjharveyauthor @TTCBooksandmore


Title: Life ChangerSeries: Chicago First RespondersAuthor: BJ HarveyGenre: Single Dad Rom/Com, Firefighter RomanceRelease Date: February 25, 2021

When a firefighter and the chef he's been crushing on cross paths, sparks fly.
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Published on March 03, 2021 22:00
Himanshu Chhabra Himanshu Chhabra's blog:

600t Wiring Diagram

600t Wiring Diagram
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Published on March 03, 2021 15:03
Brian  Wilkerson Brian Wilkerson's blog:

SAO Spinoff Girls Ops volume 2 (read for fun)

 This is the second volume of the Sword Art Online spinoff, Girls Ops'. I checked this out of my local library at the same time as volume 1 and volume 3. I must say I have mixed feelings about this one.  It is about a contrast of content. 

Spoilers. Yes, lots of spoilers here. I need to spoil in orde

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Published on March 03, 2021 17:20
U. Cronin U. Cronin's blog:

Labacally – The Witch’s Bed: Chapter 10 of 19

Mouse Breen (real name Ronan), was one of those tiny first-years about whom motorists and pedestrians passing him on his way to school in the mornings, his back crooked with the burden of his heavy backpack, head bowed in apparent … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 02:31
D.L. Lang D.L. Lang's blog:

Waterfront Observations

Waterfront ObservationsOn the waterfront flags are wavin'.Flags from every state in the nationjust saying hello to the folks on vacation.Workers head off to their vocations,as fishermen reel up their crustaceans,and families spend time in relaxation.Joggers pause for some hydration.Diners drink up t Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 06:15
Lesley  Phillips Lesley Phillips's blog:

You Can Choose More Than One From The List Of Psychic Powers And Abilities UYT176

What Types Of Psychic Abilities Can You Develop And Use?

When most people speak about their psychic abilities, they usually limit themselves to selecting one from the long list of psychic powers and abilities. Generally, they choose from a small handful of them known as the four Clairs, Clairvoyance,

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Published on March 03, 2021 10:34
Florence Witkop Florence Witkop's blog:

Maddy’s Child Excerpt

MADDY’S CHILD http://www.Amazon.com/dp/B08VSG3RDS I could see Aunt Mable debating whether to continue discussing her stolen jewels or proceed to the other item on her agenda, namely getting me married. She decided that since I was a super-detective, jewels had been discussed long enough and suggeste Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 10:28
Rick Just Rick Just's blog:

The First Streamliner

​People coming from miles around to get a glimpse of a special train is nothing new. Since steam locomotives were discontinued decades ago, the arrival of one in an Idaho town always draws a crowd. But what if steam was the rule and internal combustion the rarity?
 
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Published on March 03, 2021 04:00
K.M. Shea K.M. Shea's blog:

Rigel & Leila

This is our last batch of deep dives into characters, and we’re hitting up our main protagonists: Rigel and Leila!

When I first designed this series, I knew Rigel was going to be a challenge. I mean, the guy tries to kill Leila the first times he sees her. Ingratiating him to other charac

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Published on March 03, 2021 09:02
Meesha Mink Meesha Mink's blog:

COMING SOON: Street Queen (Queen Series # 3)

In this long-awaited action-packed entry to the acclaimed Queen series, Naeema “Queen” Cole—a crime solving modern day Foxy Brown—is once again on the hunt for a killer on the streets of Newark… Naeema has avenged the brutal murder of the … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 03:00
Sofia Wren Sofia Wren's blog:

Wow if I only knew it was that easy

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I wrote the post below last June when I was on the verge of leaving Japan, with no idea what the future would bring.

“Sometimes when the moment is right, I decide things. I won’t know how, but I will decide something will be created, sometimes by a certain day. And when it magically happens, I smi

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Published on March 03, 2021 04:00
Duncan Green Duncan Green's blog:

‘Do-it-yourself development’: the world of citizen aid and what to do about it

Guest post by Seb Rumsby As our world becomes increasingly globalised, there are now more and more chances for people from vastly unequal economic situations to meet and connect – be it through tourism, migration or social media. At the same time, we are witnessing a widespread disillusionment with

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Published on March 03, 2021 23:30
Jane Dougherty Jane Dougherty's blog:

Badger 17


Who walks
so silently
colour of moonlit sky
the green path to the house
to sample the
cuisine?

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Published on March 03, 2021 11:55
Maria Grace Maria Grace's blog:

Great Green Dragons, not Green Great Dragons

English is weird.
So all of you already knew that. But trust me, when you're a writer, it gets even weirder.

The post Great Green Dragons, not Green Great Dragons appeared first on Random Bits of Fascination.

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Published on March 03, 2021 22:00
Sparkle the Designer Cat Sparkle the Designer Cat's blog:

Cat Things That Are Instant Human Magnets

Summer shows some kitty things that are human magnets, and drive cat people totally crazy.

When you’re a kitty, you notice there are certain things about you that humans find completely irresistable! It’s crazy, and after a while, predictable. So I thought I’d show you some of the cat things specific to me that are instant human magnets.

somali cat with head tilt

My Head Tilt

This is practically a secret wea

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Published on March 04, 2021 00:10
Lee Foust Lee Foust's blog:

Waitin’ for the Vaccine Blues

 

As if in auto-

Citation, San Francisco

Calls up some wind

And a little fog

Today.

 

                        My mind

Wanders in empty fields

Of Covid time, end-

Less and finite

As a lost dog.

 

                        I walk

Where the traffic lights

Bid me and Alamo Square

Is where I sit

 

And where

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Published on March 03, 2021 10:19
Landon Porter Landon Porter's blog:

No Update This Week

I am currently transitioning to working at home for my day job. Things should be back to normal next week with the next story ‘The New Dark’.

I’m experimenting with the format as I return to writing the series; hence the 10 chapter issue. Just keep leaving feedback so I know what’s working and what’

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Published on March 03, 2021 21:21
Tracy J. Butler Tracy J. Butler's blog:

Mind in No Man’s Land…

Viktor and Elsa in the early...



Mind in No Man’s Land…

Viktor and Elsa in the early 1920s.Just a little vignette, originally on Patreon

It’s been pretty impossible to keep up with the comic with the animated film, kickstarter and patreon obligations stacked up. I have to squeeze in some opportunities to scratch that comic-making i

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Published on March 03, 2021 15:34
Michael J. McGuire Michael J. McGuire's blog:

March 3, 1906: Birth of Robert E. Hungate, Grandfather of Anaerobic Microbiology; 1879: U.S. Geological Survey Established; 1899: Rivers and Harbors Act Passed by Congress

March 3, 1906:  Birth of Robert E. Hungate, Grandfather of Anaerobic Microbiology

“The development of methods to grow anaerobes was an important stepping stone in microbiology, one that paved the way for the discovery of many new bacteria and radically changed our understanding of microbial metab

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Published on March 03, 2021 03:39
Brian Solis Brian Solis's blog:

Designing for Digital-First Customers: Focus on Experience for Breakthrough Innovation – Sound & Communications

NSCA hosted Brian Solis in its 2021 Business & Leadership Conference Virtual (BLCv) as keynote speaker. NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference is the industry’s most notable platform for executive-level education and discussion.

Brian’s topic focused on a “Discussion Of Digital-First Customers I

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Published on March 03, 2021 06:57
Nicole Hunn Nicole Hunn's blog:

How to Make Gluten Free Choux Pastry

Gluten free choux pastry is a classic French pastry made by cooking butter, milk, and flour into a paste, then adding eggs. Bake or fry the dough into classic cream puffs, éclairs, profiteroles, or even crullers.

One cream-filled choux pastry on small white plate with confectioners sugar on top

What makes this recipe for GF choux pastry special?

Called pâte à choux in French (li

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:38
Barbara Ann Mojica Barbara Ann Mojica's blog:

EYES WIDE OPEN

Right Before Sleep (Milo and Cat)

Written and illustrated by Miro Tartan

Milo is trying to get to sleep. His pet cat snuggles with him. Putting their heads together, the two friends are determined to find a way to fall asleep. After trying some common tried and true remedies like count

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:12
Jo Nesbø Jo Nesbø's blog:

Dark and twisted new crime stories from Jo Nesbo

We’re very excited to announce a new book coming from Jo Autumn 2021! The Jealousy Man and Other Stories is a powerful and chilling collection of crime stories showcasing all the thriller-writing genius that has made Jo Nesbo one of the world’s favourite crime writers.

Filled with dark intrigue, twis

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Published on March 03, 2021 03:10
Chris Delaney Chris Delaney's blog:

How to be memorable in an interview

Being memorable increase the number of job offers. So how can an applicant increase likeability? This article will give several easy to embed tips to become memorable.

The post How to be memorable in an interview appeared first on Job Interview Advice.

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Published on March 03, 2021 10:28
Kelly Lee-Creel Kelly Lee-Creel's blog:

Top 6 Benefits of Hiring an Employment Lawyer

Employment law deals with the relationship between employers and employees, and colleagues. Several rules and regulations abide by to encourage a safe work environment and protect employers too. You may need an employment lawyer if you receive unfair treatment by your employer or fellow workmates. A

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Published on February 15, 2021 05:02
Dorine White Dorine White's blog:

MG Book Spotlight- It’s a Prince Thing by Philippa Gregory

 


The Book- On Sale: March 2, 2021

The sequel to THE PRINCESS RULES sees rebel princess, Princess Florizella, going on even more adventures, but this time, she also has a little brother in tow…

Once upon a time, there was a princess who broke all the rules, and dared to be different…

So when tha

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Published on March 03, 2021 05:00
Leighton Gage Leighton Gage's blog:

So much to say

 Stanley – Thursday

 

There are so many things to talk about this week! 

 

First, today is the day we’ve all been waiting for—the historic re-inauguration of Donald Trump. I am sitting here with bated breath (not held breath) in front of the TV.

 

Second, it was this week in 1885 that the Berlin Conferenc

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Published on March 03, 2021 23:00
Arnold Kling Arnold Kling's blog:

Liberals facing left-wing extremism

Matt Yglesias writes (WaPo, paywalled),

By all means, let’s dispense with the frustrating and at times hypocritical meta-debate about “free speech” (in the context of racism) and “cancel culture.” But the newly fashionable anti-racist thinking contains a mix of good ideas and bad ones — including

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Published on March 03, 2021 04:18
Jennifer Trela Jennifer Trela's blog:

on rotation …

Before I did the Xena: Warrior Princess Challenge, I posted an “on rotation” of my favorite soundtracks and felt it was incomplete, and after a bit of reflection, I realized it was because none of them included the scores. Like … I like lyrical music. I really do. There’s an artistry to creating wor

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Published on March 03, 2021 07:30
Jeff  Dawson Jeff Dawson's blog:

News wrap up We 3-1-2021

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Published on March 03, 2021 16:53
Massad Ayoob Massad Ayoob's blog:

THE OPEN CARRY QUESTION

Carrying a firearm exposed for all the world to see while out and about in public has been a hot topic for quite some time. Over at the preparedness blog “Practical Eschatology,” they collected half a dozen of my articles, here. Give ‘em a look if you are so inclined, and let me know whether […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on March 03, 2021 06:00
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