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David Geschke David Geschke's blog:

Looking Out My Back Window #108

Originally posted on Facebook HERE



After not doing a lot musically for several years, I feel like I’d like to start playing again, so I’ve been haphazardly looking for something that would be interesting to me and fit within my schedule. I’m so used to just being able to pick up a gig anytime that...

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Published on July 21, 2019 12:21
José Ramón Chavés José Ramón Chavés's blog:

Multas por mala fe acechando en la espesura procesal

[image error]No suelen los tribunales contencioso-administrativos desempolvar el art. 247 de la Ley de Enjuiciamiento Civil para imponer multas por mala fe procesal. Sin embargo, un reciente auto de la sala tercera del Tribunal Supremo –al margen del caso de fondo– sienta interesante criterio par...

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Published on July 22, 2019 01:24
Rosanne Welch Rosanne Welch's blog:

Susan Koppelman Award Certificate for “When Women Wrote Hollywood”

At first I was puzzled by the certificate-sized envelope that appeared in the mail the other day. It came from the alma mater of my first college degree – Bowling Green State University. I couldn’t imagine what they had to send me after all these years.  Then my son opened it and said, “It’s an a...

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Published on July 21, 2019 14:47
Josh  Gunderson Josh Gunderson's blog:

All the Things I Didn’t Buy on Amazon Prime Day

I guess this past week was an exciting time for everyone who isn’t me. The hot gossip around the water cooler was talk of all the Prime Day deals they snagged for themselves or as gifts for others. I, on the other hand, just hid in my office and tried to figure out what I was going to do for lunc...

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Published on July 21, 2019 10:02
Lola Akinmade Åkerström Lola Akinmade Åkerström's blog:

Excerpt: High Street

London, EnglandAn excerpt from my award-winning travel book DUE NORTH...
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Published on July 21, 2019 07:00
Charles Stone Charles Stone's blog:

The 10 Most Important Questions You could ever Ask Yourself

Questions reveal a lot about us. Good questions can point us in healthy directions. Great questions can save us from disaster. Several years ago I read a brief article by Donald Whitney, a pastor and seminary professor, who gave me permission to re-print his article that lists 10 important questi...

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Published on July 21, 2019 09:40
Maureen Joyce Connolly Maureen Joyce Connolly's blog:

Interview with Author Daniela Petrova

It is my pleasure to present an interview with Daniela Petrova, author of the debut novel, Her Daughter’s Mother, released June 18 by Putnam.


Interview with Author Daniela Petrova, #Interview #Books, #DanielaPetrova


Her Daughter’s Mother is a suspense novel about a woman in her late thirties who has it all—an apartment in Manhattan, a great job as an art curator at t...

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Published on July 21, 2019 22:29
D.H. Schleicher D.H. Schleicher's blog:

Literary and Cinematic Hat Tricks

“Most of the time in our world, truth is opinion.” – pg 101, Anil’s Ghost In the chaos of war-torn Sri Lanka in the 1980’s, a Sri Lankan born forensic anthropologist trained in Britain and America, returns to her homeland on behalf of a human rights group and teams up with an archaeologist to sol... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2019 16:51
Ronnie Champ Ronnie Champ's blog:

Humorist Daniel D's New Crazy Comedy Podcast

Logo and artwork for the new Crazy Comedy, Humor, and Satire Podcast by Daniel DThe New Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast by Daniel DFor those of you who enjoy the very absurd humor and weird satire of Ronnie Champ, I got a funny and very bizarre new podcast for you to check out: The Crazy Comedy, Humor & Satire Podcast by Daniel D, at http://crazycomedyhumor.lib... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2019 19:45
Jennifer Treece Jennifer Treece's blog:

New Book of the Week!

Our last Kat Martin book this month is “The Secret”.


It is Book 1 in the “Haunted” trilogy. It is Kat Martin with a splash of paranormal!


Enjoy!


Thank You for reading!


*Disclosure: as an amazon associate, I earn from qualifying purchases made through my links.

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Published on July 21, 2019 11:00
Daniel Korth Daniel Korth's blog:

Durch Reisen, Offenheit und Netzwerke lernen – VLOG aus Riga

Ich habe meine Sommerpause im Finanzrocker-Podcast dazu genutzt, mich mit meinem YouTube-Kanal zu beschäftigen und versucht zu lernen, ein VLOG zu erstellen. So kann ich künftig Interviews mit Reisen und Veranstaltungen verknüpfen. Auch für Blog und Podcast ist das eine sinnvolle Ergänzung. Die e...

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Published on July 21, 2019 07:00
Jason Liegois Jason Liegois's blog:

Writing Journal 7.21.2019: Slight progress, no backsliding to speak of, and… maybe some movement on my projects?

Hey, everyone,


I tend to be releasing these Sunday night journals a little bit later than I usually have been doing. Part of that is that I have been traveling recently, so sometimes I have been pushing the posts back due to travel and recovering from travel. But, I’ll try to make sure to get thes...

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Published on July 21, 2019 18:15
Elizabeth Gerlach Elizabeth Gerlach's blog:

Indie Authors Inspired by Life Experiences

Obviously, since I’m a mom I’ve spent several years perusing children’s books, trying to find the ‘good ones’, the ‘funny ones’, the ‘popular ones’, the ones that my kids would respond to. During the first handful of years of motherhood in reading all the many books that we have, I never expected...

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Published on July 21, 2019 16:06
Lindsey Brunette Lindsey Brunette's blog:

I’ve recently been getting into cross-stitch as a crafty/productive hobby. I’m much better at it...

I’ve recently been getting into cross-stitch as a crafty/productive hobby. I’m much better at it...
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Published on July 21, 2019 10:00
Miriam Rizzo Miriam Rizzo's blog:

Blog Tour - Hannah di Cinzia la Commare

Buon lunedì! Anche luglio si sta preparando a salutarci (non so come mai sta volando!) Oggi siamo qui per la penultima tappa di questo Blog Tour! Avete conosciuto i personaggi, dato una sbirciata agli estratti... e ora lucidatevi gli occhiali (se li avete) e godetevi il Book Trailer! 
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Published on July 22, 2019 00:00
K.L. Conger K.L. Conger's blog:

Free Books, Dragon Excerpts and Chocolate Custard!

How has your week been? Happy National Chocolate Custard Day! One of my favorite things to eat. I make this keto custard at least three times per week. 
 
To be fair, I 1) often make it paleo by using honey or agave to sweeten it. It's SO good with honey. And 2) I know the recipe says it's a drink.... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 03, 2019 06:00
Sue Fairhead Sue Fairhead's blog:

The Gabriel Hounds (by Mary Stewart)


I am glad I decided to re-read my novels by Mary Stewart. The somewhat tense adventure stories she wrote in the middle of last century are not my preferred genre. Yet I read some of her books as a teenager, and re-discovered them - and others - as an adult. She created believable characters and... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 22, 2019 06:13
Diane D Knott Diane D Knott's blog:

Announcing a New Pattern and a WINNER



I've had so many requests and it's finally here! TEAM USA is available for purchase in my shop as a paper pattern or an instant download. This quilt originally appeared in a Fons and Porter magazine years ago, and then again last year in a 'Best of...' edition. Both magazines are out of print, b... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2019 07:09
Domenica Martinello Domenica Martinello's blog:

PRE-ORDER: All Day I Dream about Sirens

From Homer to Starbucks, a look at sirens and mermaids and feminism and consumerism. ADIDAS available for pre-order HERE via Coach House Books! Picture "What started as a small sequence of poems about the Starbucks logo grew to monstrous proportions after the poet fell under a siren spell herself. All D... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 15, 2019 10:49
Martin Bäker Martin Bäker's blog:

Schluss mit den Physik-Märchen!

Tut mir Leid, wenn ich mich hier mal kurz aufregen muss, aber das lässt sich leider gerade nicht vermeiden…


Ich lese gerade das Buch “Beyond Weird” von Philipp Ball, in dem es um die Quantenmechanik und ihre Interpretationen geht. Das Buch ist ziemlich gut (nicht zuletzt deshalb, weil da vieles dr...

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Published on July 21, 2019 10:21
Hani Zubida הני זובידה Hani Zubida הני זובידה's blog:

לא יהיו פנסיות וגם לא דיור ציבורי! תתעוררו!!!

אתמול במונולוג שלי ב #משכן_לילה ניסיתי להבין למה שוב פוליטיקאים רבים אחד עם השני (אגו ושנאה אישית) ובו בזמן מפקירים את הנכסים של כולנו לטובת מתי מעט שחומסים ועושים בהם כראות עיניהם…
או כפי שטענתי: "מדוע אנחנו עסוקים רק בעיר עפולה האם כל אדם בישראל יכול להיכנס לכל פארק, חוף ושמורה שירצה?"



















והייתה גם...

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Published on July 22, 2019 00:35
David Montaigne David Montaigne's blog:

Sweden is Determined to Destroy Itself

Many nations in Europe would rather commit national suicide at the altar of political correctness than admit that Muslim immigrants aren’t assimilating.  “Rape Capital of the World” Sweden is no exception, they are a prime example.  I remember being in Lund, Sweden in 1991.  Things have changed,...

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Published on July 22, 2019 02:20
André John Haddad André John Haddad's blog:

Reading the Whats

I was trained in the craft of industrial psychology, and that means that by now, I should be able to read people pretty quickly. That has not always been the case but, in general, people are more or less what you see.

However, the exceptions are quite noteworthy.

Through the years, I’ve come acro...

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Published on July 22, 2019 00:36
Chris Angelis Chris Angelis's blog:

Review of Rachel Cusk’s Outline

This post features another book review, and yet it’s so much more than a review. Writing this review of Rachel Cusk’s Outline is a fantastic opportunity for me to talk about literary fiction. What it should be and what it doesn’t care about. Often on this blog I talk about over-explaining in fict...

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Published on July 21, 2019 07:09
Christine E. Ray Christine E. Ray's blog:

Daily Writing Prompt: From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler

Throughout the month of July, I will be providing a daily writing prompt based on the title of a beloved Children’s book. These are designed to inspire you to write a poem, prose piece, or a piece of flash fiction in 30 minutes or less.


Let your creativity go wild!  The only rule is that you use t...

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Published on July 22, 2019 03:00
Gail Aldwin Gail Aldwin's blog:

How one event can change a life forever

Joanne Nicholson and I met online in May 2018 and found we had much in common as writers, although I live in the UK and Joanne lives in Australia. We wrote a joint post to share our writing experiences which you can read here. Now we are both busy promoting our new novels, we thought it was time...

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Published on July 21, 2019 18:00
C.E. Flores C.E. Flores's blog:

Natural Healing — Yerba Buena

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Yerba buena, (also spelled hierba buena) otherwise known as Spearmint, is yet another herb that came with the Spanish friars and was gleefully added to the indigenous medicinal herb garden. 


Curanderas (healers) add spearmint to make a concoction more palatable but it also has its ow...

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Published on July 22, 2019 04:32
Kerry   Ashton Kerry Ashton's blog:

A CROWD OF DEPLORABLES

Remember back to the 2016 presidential campaign when candidate Hillary Clinton was condemned and called out ruthlessly for quite accurately describing her opponents’ supporters as a “basket of deplorables?” Well, now, after the Racist in Chief tweeted that four minority democratic congresswomen s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2019 16:28
Frank Prem Frank Prem's blog:

Vale Hélène Vaillant

It was with great sadness that I received news that Hélène Vaillant passed away yesterday evening (Canadian time). I am advised that she was peaceful and beautiful, I have extended condolences to her family. ~ Advertisements
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Published on July 22, 2019 04:59
Ardine Martinelli Ardine Martinelli's blog:

Adapting to Rapid Change

In a world that changes overnight through technology and social media, it is hard to keep up with the changes let alone adapt so quickly. It seems a new world greets us each day with new information and new crises. How do we move through these changes? Often I find myself wanting to cocoon and bi...

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Published on July 21, 2019 16:45
Björn Velander Björn Velander's blog:

Vita lögner

De vita lögnerna, de som är så sköna att ha, när någon ska flytta eller ber om hjälp när man har bestämt att man ska hem och st på film och äta chips. Då är det så skönt med en vit lögn eller två. Men de gör oss till dåliga vänner. Eller ännu värre, våra...
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Published on July 22, 2019 03:00
Heather Pfeifle Heather Pfeifle's blog:

Voices of a Battered Soul #14: Burdened

A heavy weight
Crushing my spirit
Pressing on my heart
Hunching my shoulders
Slowing my stride
Dulling my eyes
Shrinking my smile
Watching me die
Just a little on the inside…

https://www.wattpad.com/myworks/185083760/write/752132482


Battered Souls have endured a lifetime of abuse: emotional, verbal, phys... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 21, 2019 14:53
Zero Dean Zero Dean's blog:

Feed your focus

Feed your focus

Your mood, outlook & behavior is always under the influence of who & what you choose to pay attention to in life. If you want your life to be more positive, more meaningful or more productive, feed your focus with things that encourage more of what you’d like to see, not less.

The pos...

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Published on July 21, 2019 15:06
Lucas Claudín Di Fidio Lucas Claudín Di Fidio's blog:

El amor como fruta madura

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Tras publicar Seduciendo mis sueños, la autora nos trae este nuevo libro de poemas en el que nos habla de su visión del amor desde la perspectiva de la madurez, que para ella no es otra cosa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 08, 2017 08:19
Ірина Грабовська Ірина Грабовська's blog:

CGI 3D Animation Short Film HD "POILUS" by ISART DIGITAL | CGMeetup

Нарешті відповідний до назви контент: коротка анімація про стімпанк і кроликів! #steampunk #стімпанк https://youtu.be/Cwn3Ru0o8Io


CGI 3D Animated Short Film POILUS by ISART DIGITAL. Featured on http://www.cgmeetup.net/home/poilus-s... The “Poilus” are waiting to leave for the bat...

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Published on July 21, 2019 06:34
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