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Glynn Young Glynn Young's blog:

Six Reasons Why Authors Edit Their Manuscripts


Editing has been much on mind lately, and I’m learning that editing requires more of my time and focus than drafting the original manuscript.
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Published on November 12, 2019 05:00
Gerald Elias Gerald Elias's blog:

A memorable collaboration

I’m very proud to share this review of the Salt Lake Symphony‘s concert on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from the Utah Arts Review, by Edward Reichel. It was an honor and a pleasure to work with such a fine group of dedicated musicians.


The Salt Lake Symphony likes to tackle challenging works. And with some of the best local fre...musicians.


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Published on November 11, 2019 18:58
Julian Worker Julian Worker's blog:

Powder sharing agreement: plans to create Italy’s biggest ski area

The small Alps resort of Champoluc, with its famed off-piste, is set to be linked with mighty, pricey Zermatt. So go now, while it’s relatively untouched

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Published on November 11, 2019 12:00
Michele Payn Michele Payn's blog:

How do you feed a vegan NFL player & a carnivore ballerina?





What should athletes eat to optimize every aspect of their health? How can nutrition give you a competitive advantage? Why do we attach an emotional value to food? How can you eat more produce? The first guest of season 2 of the Food Bullying podcast can help.


Leslie Bonci is a registered dietitian and a boa...help.


Leslie

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Published on November 11, 2019 23:30
Claire Cook Claire Cook's blog:

Inspiration

Love this!



“I just want to say to all the women out there, we take ourselves out of the game all the time, we think that ship has sailed, but I’m telling you there’s a dock waiting for you to walk on and a boat waiting for you to step on, so just do it…Whatever you can do to put yourself back in the game...this!


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Published on November 11, 2019 12:42
Tom  Glenn Tom Glenn's blog:

The Deer

For reasons I don’t understand, the area I where live in Columbia, Maryland, is alive with deer. I see them on the streets, and I see them in back of my house in the land surrounding the pond. I wonder why they are so numerous here in the middle of a city.


A couple of days ago, I looked east through th.../>

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Published on November 12, 2019 01:22
Bethany Cadman Bethany Cadman's blog:

The Essential Tools Every Writer Needs

Regardless of what kind of writing you do, you'll need the right tools to do it. Long gone are the days of writing with pen and paper, and even posting your finished manuscript to a publisher is now rarely necessary.





With the explosion of the digital age and technology ever-improving, there are now many ways in...necessary.


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Published on November 12, 2019 02:50
Cheryl L. Ilov Cheryl L. Ilov's blog:

Episode #36: Not On My Watch

Torey Ivanic is a Physician Assistant, Certified Homeopathy Practitioner, and business owner. Her experience of training as an elite gymnast as well as her love of math biology led her to pursue a career in health and healing. However, that’s not all she got from her gymnastics training.


Torey truly embodies t.../>

Torey

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Published on November 11, 2019 01:00
K.A. Doore K.A. Doore's blog:

Happy Publication Day to THE IMPOSSIBLE CONTRACT!

Somehow this day has finally arrived after a million years in-between. Sometimes it felt as if I’d never see this book out in the world, sometimes it felt as if it were arriving so fast, too fast. Either way:


We’re here.


THE IMPOSSIBLE CONTRACT, the book I wrote just for me, just for fun, after trunking three book...

way:


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Published on November 12, 2019 02:44
Brenda Bence Brenda Bence's blog:

I needed a break!

I needed a break! In the middle of several intense weeks of writing my next book, The Forgotten Choice, my husband and I decided to book a two-day, one-night stay-cation at a nice hotel in Singapore. It was such a fantastic opportunity to clear my mind and rejuvenate, reminding me of the importan...

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Published on November 08, 2019 01:25
Silvia Puiu Silvia Puiu's blog:

Workshopuri în Poiană

Sunt președinte unui ONG educațional și, împreună cu prietenele și coleegle mele, am hotărât să organizăm un set de workshopuri pe reciclare și reducerea amprentei de carbon în Brașov sau împrejurimi, în funcție de ce găsim disponibil.  Căutând un salon de evenimente în Brașov , am dat peste o cazare... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 12, 2019 00:52
Nicole Gulotta Nicole Gulotta's blog:

Cook the Book: Eat Joy: Stories & Comfort Food From 31 Celebrated Writers

Labneh

There’s a Lebanese shop in my town that’s part restaurant and part grocery store, and it’s become a reliable option for lunch these days. If I’m out running errands, I like to stop in for a plate of hummus, warm pita, and a couple of the sides that look good that day, like fattoush salad or stuffed gra...

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Published on November 11, 2019 07:39
Frank Sonnenberg Frank Sonnenberg's blog:

Are You Grateful?

Some people are grateful for their possessions, such as a car, a fine wardrobe, or the phone that seems like it’s another appendage of their body. Others are thankful for being able to live in a nice neighborhood, take lovely vacations, or enjoy the many rewards of their new promotion. But the tr...

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Published on November 12, 2019 03:02
Annette White Annette White's blog:

Recipe: Italian Sausage & Oven Roasted Eggplant Farro Risotto

This recipe for farro risotto reminds me of Italy. The flavors of Italian sausage and roasted eggplant blend beautifully with the nuttiness of the grain.

The post Recipe: Italian Sausage & Oven Roasted Eggplant Farro Risotto appeared first on Bucket List Journey | Travel + Lifestyle Blog.

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Published on November 11, 2019 08:00
Galina Krasskova Galina Krasskova's blog:

A Few Musings on [Heathen] Theological Anthropology

(some thoughts that I’ll likely be fleshing out over the next year…)

 Someone mentioned today in a discussion on twitter: are we never then to question our Gods?

There is, I responded, a huge chasm between questioning as in, ‘I don’t understand. Can You explain further?’ and projecting our values, morals, a...

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Published on November 11, 2019 15:50
James    Norman James Norman's blog:

ScoMo And Co Must Think Their Own Weather Bureau Is A ‘Raving Woke Greenie’

Since last weekend, more than 70 fires have surged across Australia’s drought-ravaged East Coast, destroying hundreds of homes and tragically claiming lives in their wake.

The current fire emergency comes weeks before predicted summer heatwaves and sounds the alarm for what is expected to be one.../>

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Published on November 11, 2019 22:25
Jack McDaniel Jack McDaniel's blog:

Terminator: Dark Fate - Impressions

Terminator Dark Fate

The first two Terminator movies came out when I was young and I really liked them at the time. They seemed different from other movies that had been on the big screen, grittier than Star Wars, darker thank Star Trek and filled with lots of action. The three movies that followed lost me. I saw t... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 11, 2019 12:15
Ben Witherington III Ben Witherington III's blog:

Dialogue with Tom Wright about History and Eschatology— Part Two

BEN: One of the real strengths of this book is that you are able to chronicle the intellectual history from ancient Epicureanism to the present and show how the dominant world view today is not much different from ancient Epicureanism in the way it brackets out God and ‘the supernatural’ from his... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 11, 2019 22:48
Laura Paulisich Laura Paulisich's blog:

fat burner vs sugar burner

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“Dr Steve Phinney and Dr Jeff Volek
have noted that a sugar-burner has only about 2,000 calories’ worth of energy stored in [his/her] body while a fat-burner has over 40,000 calories’ worth of fuel-more than twenty-times as much!”


-Jimmy Moore & Maria Emmerich The Ketogenic Cookbook

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Published on November 12, 2019 00:30
J.M.  Duke J.M. Duke's blog:

Mastic

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Mastic, said to have grown from the tears of the heart-broken god, Helios.


Colour illustration for Daimonic Essence by Dana Varahi, an ongoing project.


Main music while creating: Marillion – Real Tears For Sale

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Published on November 11, 2019 23:30
Sophie Labelle Sophie Labelle's blog:

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Published on November 11, 2019 12:46
Michael Linenberger Michael Linenberger's blog:

OneNote 2016 Support Expanded

Microsoft just made this very good announcement a few days ago (November 4):





“In 2018, we announced that Microsoft would end mainstream support for OneNote 2016 in October 2020. That is no longer the case. Although OneNote 2016 is not available on the Office install pages today, it is.../>

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Published on November 11, 2019 06:22
H.M. Gautsch H.M. Gautsch's blog:

Q&A Feature: Nathan Timmel

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Whether in Iraq during his USO tour, or the fact that he’s a ‘cheesehead’ at heart, or just bumping into each other in a random social Facebook group, we were meant to meet eventually, so we can sit and talk, while he scavengers on Rocky Rocco pizza, while we share our common interests a...

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Published on November 11, 2019 10:26
Autumn Phillips Rennie Autumn Phillips Rennie's blog:

“A Man Said to the Universe” ✨ Sensory Art LIVE Stream

    See Part IV LIVE – Visit my Sensory Art Studio LIVE Stream on Twitch Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am and Fridays at 9pm. https://www.twitch.tv/chrysanthemumst...  
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Published on November 11, 2019 10:01
Imarie Núñez Imarie Núñez's blog:

La creatividad es color naranja. Parte 1

` Con el advenimiento de la Cuarta Revolución Industrial en la cual, según algunos  expertos, ya hemos comenzado a transitar, la Economía Creativa, también llamada Economía Naranja, comienza a ocupar un espacio muy relevante. ¿QUÉ ES UNA REVOLUCIÓN INDUSTRIAL?  Las revoluciones industriales son g... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 11, 2019 20:27
Sabrina A. Fish Sabrina A. Fish's blog:

Congrats to the 2019 IDA Winners!!


Congratulations! Oklahoma Romance Writers of America's IDA (International Digital Awards) 2019 Winners#okrwaIDAWinner2019
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Published on November 11, 2019 13:39
Steven Harper Steven Harper's blog:

Albion: The City Manager Reception

The following week, the city held a special welcome reception for Darwin, and they wanted me to come, too.  It was on a weekday.  This meant I had to rush home from work, dive into dress clothes, and zoom out to Albion after work.

The reception took place at the Ismon House.  In the 1800s, Mary Ismon buil... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 11, 2019 16:29
Vaughan W. Smith Vaughan W. Smith's blog:

More Hidden Wizard Updates

More exciting things have been happening in the world of The Hidden Wizard. I’ve condensed them all into one post:





More Audiobooks on the way



Pool of Knowledge will be released soon, and Vault of Silence has been completed by the narrator and undergoing final QA. Spark of Truth is almost ready too. For all the audio fans out there I’m go...QA.way
Pool

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Published on November 11, 2019 20:10
Heather Holloway McCash Heather Holloway McCash's blog:

Five Quick Tips to Overcome Writers Block

What is writers block? When the writing inspiration and the deadline do not line up. Writing is like a muscle that needs to be exercised. The more you do it the stronger you will be. There are times when the page stays blank and it’s hard to think about what to write or where to start. Here are m...

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Published on November 12, 2019 03:00
Kathleen Vincenz Kathleen Vincenz's blog:

Katharine Hepburn–NO! Cary Grant

Who’s better: Katharine Hepburn or Cary Grant? Find out as Rose and Lily argue discuss. A Rose Supposes with Lily…
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Published on November 11, 2019 17:46
Kathryn  Troy Kathryn Troy's blog:

The Apocalypse that Wouldn't End: Wanderers

I'm so so sooo picky with my sci-fi books. And when I saw the size of it, I did hesitate a bit. But I like sleepwalkers, so I cracked Chuck Wendig's Wanderers  open.

Wanderers: A Novel by [Wendig, Chuck] It started off really strong. The strong phenome... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on November 11, 2019 09:42
Thais Godinho Thais Godinho's blog:

Workshop Presencial de Planejamento de Vida (Turma 3)


WORKSHOP: PLANEJAMENTO DE VIDA

Turma 3 – 16 de novembro (sábado de feriado)

9h às 17h


São Paulo – SP

Região da Av. Paulista

(local exato divulgado apenas aos inscritos no curso)


Inscrições: atendimentoVIDAORGANIZADA@gmail.com


O propósito deste workshop é ensinar a minha técnica de planejamento de vida de curto, médio e longo prazo. Ele precisa ser presencial porque vai ter muita troca de experiências,...curso)


OPaulista
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Published on November 12, 2019 02:40
Olubukola Adekusibe Olubukola Adekusibe's blog:

Oops moments.

Are you aware that ‘To Love and to Hold‘ is available in print? That means, you can now have a copy of my book for keeps for N2500 (Two thousand, five hundred naira).


In case this is news to you, please check my previous post

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Published on November 11, 2019 10:00
Vijayasimha B.R. Vijayasimha B.R.'s blog:

I failed an online coding test

Photo by Estée Janssens on Unsplash

Recently, one of my potential clients (I am assuming this client wont be hiring me anytime soon) asked me to take an online coding test.

And, I failed. Spectacularly, in fact. I scored...coding test.

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Published on November 12, 2019 00:10
John Douillard John Douillard's blog:

DIY Stomach Acid Test: Address Occasional Heartburn in 3 Easy Steps

Do You Have Occasional Heartburn? 60% of adults in America will experience symptoms associated with heartburn over the next 12 months. Understanding how this develops along with strategies to resolve it are valuable tools to keep in your health toolbox. Interestingly, feelings of indigestion and...

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Published on November 12, 2019 03:00
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