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Lance Morcan Lance Morcan's blog:

The first full moon of the rainy season was a momentous occasion for the Dogon people of Mali. It marked the day, many countless moons ago when, according to legend at least, Moussa Diarra, one of their ancient forefathers, discovered Sirius B, the second star in the Sirius star system and one t...

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Published on February 20, 2019 15:08 • 2 views
Al   Stone Al Stone's blog:


In to Her
Author: J.A. HussPublication Date: February 19th, 2019
Genre: Erotica / Romance

Book Description:When AJ and Logan walked into Yvette Nightingale’s bar they didn’t expect to be there long. They certainly didn’t expect to be dancing with her, or having sex with her, or spending the night... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 01:00 • 3 views
Kristen James Kristen James's blog:
Happy 2019! I realized it’s about time to post an update, lol. What have you been up to? I’ve been immersed in art and freelance writing, although I haven’t worked on a novel until recently. Several ideas have been simmering on the back burner, but I held off, waiting for a spark, what I call […]...
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Published on February 20, 2019 09:44 • 4 views
David Harvey David Harvey's blog:

The People’s Forum
February 19, 2019





The page numbers Professor Harvey refers to are valid for both the Penguin Classics and Vintage Books editions of Capital.

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Published on February 20, 2019 14:49 • 2 views
Jill Shalvis Jill Shalvis's blog:

Looking for today’s inspiration didn’t take me all that long…



Thought I’d share. I’m a real giver like that.

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Published on February 20, 2019 05:00 • 1 view
Dean Wesley Smith Dean Wesley Smith's blog:
Right Here On This Blog…

I wrote this in August of 2010. Eighteen months after I got pulled into the indie movement. It is an introduction to a series of blogs I did called The New World of Publishing, but now it sort of serves as a reminder.


Thought it would be fun here tonight to look back eight...

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Published on February 21, 2019 00:41 • 4 views
Deb Perelman Deb Perelman's blog:





Good afternoon from vacation. We don’t need to talk about it. If you told me you were on a sunny beach with fine white silky sand between your toes, fluffy aqua waves lapping at the edges, palm trees swishing back and forth, scooping aquachiles onto tortilla chips and marveling at the range of a...

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Published on February 20, 2019 09:38 • 3 views
Rachel  Thomas Rachel Thomas's blog:
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Published on February 21, 2019 01:11 • 3 views
Randy Alcorn Randy Alcorn's blog:






You can listen to the audio of my answer or read the edited transcript below, which has some additional material added.


Sometimes we legitimize being mad at God, and we need to start by correcting that. There’s a difference between being profoundly disappointed, discouraged, or even depress...

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Published on February 20, 2019 00:00 • 2 views
Jenny  Lawson Jenny Lawson's blog:
Red Scharlach tweeted this out yesterday: …and then about a billion people forwarded it to me and were like, “THIS MADE ME THINK OF YOU” and that’s concerning because other people get “I saw the sunrise and thought of you” … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2019 13:13 • 5 views
Judith Post Judith Post's blog:

I’m happy to have Julia Donner (M.L. Rigdon) on my blog today to tell us a little about her newest novel, NO EASY STREET, the second book in her Westward Bound series.  It’s available for pre-order on Amazon now.  NO EASY STREET and AVENUE TO HEAVEN are historical Western romances, and I enjoy th...

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Published on February 20, 2019 10:32 • 3 views
Jeyamohan Jeyamohan's blog:

 Shirish 2


ஒரு பயணததிறகு எனனதான தேவை?

கையில பணமிலலாமல, வழியில வணடிகளிடம கை காடடி ஏறிககொணடு இநதியாவை சுறறிவரும சிரிஷ யாதரி பறறி எழுதியிருநதேன. நூறுநாடகளுககு முன லடாககிலிருநது பயணததைத தொடஙகி இபபோது கனயாகுமரி வரை வநது சேரநது பயணததை முடிததிருககிறார. கனயாகுமரியில நணபர ஷாகுல ஹமீது அவரகளின நணபரின இலலததில தஙகியிருக...

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Published on February 20, 2019 10:33 • 1 view
Tracey Garvis Graves Tracey Garvis Graves's blog:
Hello, everyone! Would you like to read the first chapter of The Girl He Used to Know? Click on this link and you’ll be taken to BookBub for a look at this exclusive excerpt. And if you’re not already following me…
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Published on February 20, 2019 08:23 • 5 views
Robert Greenberger Robert Greenberger's blog:
“A re you sure you want to go that high?” Mike asked me. “Absolutely. Given what Kickstarter takes, and what my fixed costs are, I need $4500.” “Okay, let’s see what happens.” And with that, my Quixotic campaign began, seeking $4500 to allow Thrilling Adventure Yarns make some advance money, allo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2019 07:09 • 3 views
Jennifer Niven Jennifer Niven's blog:


Every day is #loveyourpetday at our house.

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Published on February 20, 2019 19:57 • 2 views
Clyde Andrews Clyde Andrews's blog:

HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY!
Today is release day for my second story, Dylan's Love. A funny, cute and sporty tale of love no matter the boundaries.

You can grab your copy HERE 

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Published on February 21, 2019 00:31 • 4 views
Febé Elizabeth Meyer Febé Elizabeth Meyer's blog:
I love my grandmother’s carrot, pineapple and jelly pudding. It’s always a hit, so I decided to make one for Arthur Scott’s birthday party today. Unfortunately, I didn’t have tinned pineapple in the house like the recipe called for. The alternative was to put boiled pineapple in, but I was feelin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 21, 2019 00:38 • 15 views
Peter L. Berger Peter L. Berger's blog:

In 1987, well-meaning people believed that something could be done to lessen the Soviet nuclear and missile threat to Europe, and to make the world a safer and more secure place—a laudable pursuit. That something was the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. This landmark agreement remo...

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Published on February 20, 2019 11:06 • 1 view
Melissa  Ford Melissa Ford's blog:
I’ve been holding onto a New York Times opinion piece, reading it from time to time and taking comfort in the words.  Emily Winter set out to get 100 rejections.  She figured that if she wasn’t rejected, it was a win because she got a job.  And if she was rejected, it was a win […]
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Published on February 20, 2019 04:05 • 3 views
Chuck Wendig Chuck Wendig's blog:

So, you maybe know this, you maybe don’t, but John Hornor Jacobs is a helluva writer. He is easily one of my favorite writers. If we’re being serious? Just between you and me? He’s too good. It’s gross. He needs to dial that shit back a little, come back down to Earth with the rest of us. I mean,...

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Published on February 20, 2019 05:40 • 4 views
Carrie Vaughn Carrie Vaughn's blog:

Last weekend I got out to see the Denver Art Museum’s special exhibit:  Dior: From Paris to the World. Much like with the Star Wars: The Power of Costume exhibit from a couple of years ago, I’m really digging this fashion and clothing as art perspective.


The Dior exhibit had over a hundred gowns,...

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Published on February 20, 2019 09:48 • 7 views
Camille Minichino Camille Minichino's blog:

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It’s been said (meaning I can’t remember where I read it) that the opening lines of a book sell the book, and the closing lines sell the next book.


Here are a few memorable closing lines.


But the effect of her being on those around her was incalculably diffusive: for the growing g...

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Published on February 21, 2019 00:01 • 6 views
Luca Conti Luca Conti's blog:

Curioso articolo sui bambini che scoprono di avere già una vita online, grazie alle loro foto pubblicate dai… genitori.


Hayden, a 10-year-old, said he realized several years ago that his parents used a dedicated hashtag including his name on photos of him. He now monitors the hashtag to make sure...

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Published on February 20, 2019 22:33 • 3 views
Robert B. Reich Robert B. Reich's blog:
America is the only place in the world where any citizen over the age of 35 can run for president....
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Published on February 20, 2019 21:50 • 3 views
Gene Doucette Gene Doucette's blog:

An Introduction


Calling Boskone my ‘first convention’ is nearly correct. It depends largely on how one defines ‘convention.’ I’ve been to a couple of other cons (Phauxcon, for instance) but this was the first time I attended something this large, and the first time I was a panelist.


Let’s say it...

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Published on February 20, 2019 08:25 • 1 view
Max Nemtsov Max Nemtsov's blog:

а новости у нас такие:



вот здесь лежит полный альбом иллюстраций Алекса Клепикова к “Тарантулу” Боба Дилана. сейчас дело за малым – взять и издать его в таком виде


сэнсэй объявил о передаче своего архива Васэде. там дофига всего


вести про группу имени Пацана Кеноши


Арина Буковская о “Срединной Англи...

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Published on February 20, 2019 23:06 • 2 views
Chris Hedges Chris Hedges's blog:

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere,” Martin Luther King Jr. wrote in his Letter From Birmingham Jail on April 16, 1963. King was arrested there for his role in organizing nonviolent protests against segregation, which were being led by the Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth. “Birmingham i...

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Published on February 21, 2019 00:09 • 4 views
Kristine Kathryn Rusch Kristine Kathryn Rusch's blog:

Recently, I’ve been getting a lot of questions from interviewers that I have never gotten before. They ask, “Are you going to join the latest trend and hire ghostwriters to put out more books in your series?”


So far, I have managed to refrain (at least on podcasts) from responding, “Are you fuckin...

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Published on February 20, 2019 21:16 • 4 views
Bart D. Ehrman Bart D. Ehrman's blog:

Once Wrede convincingly showed that the Gospel of Mark was not a literal, factual description of what Jesus said and did, in his 1901 book The Messianic Secret (but that it, like the other Gospels, had incorporated its own literary and theological concerns into its account), the cottage industry...

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Published on February 20, 2019 05:03 • 3 views
Alexander Laurence Alexander Laurence's blog:

Hear Orville Peck’s “Turn to Hate,” a melancholic country rocker from Pony, his forthcoming Sub Pop debut 

YouTube:  https://youtu.be/qrM66OPeMoE
Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Ej2i8Y
Apple Music:  https://u.subpop.com/2GvHxd2
(All links cleared to post)
  UK and European tour dates begin
Friday, Februa...
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Published on February 20, 2019 09:18 • 4 views
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