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Georgios Lygkas Georgios Lygkas's blog:

Holy Martyr and ‘To Kalesma Sta Opla’

My final story for today is an obscure one, that very few people know about it. One of the most interesting epic metal bands to discover in the early to mid-00s were Holy Martyr (@holymartyrband ). I’d first heard of them when they released ‘Hail To Hellas’ in 2003. If you were in the metal sc...

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:29
Sarah D'Anne Sarah D'Anne's blog:

SCRIBEdelivery- September, My One Year Anniversary

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Oh my goodness, can you believe I’ve subscribed to this package for a YEAR?! I know I can’t! If you’re interested in reading any of my other posts, here they are:



September
October
November
December
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August

Wow! That’s a lot of stationary! And I’ve love...

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Published on September 15, 2019 07:00
Chetna Khanna Chetna Khanna's blog:

Snippet 2: Pooja's Passion (Edge of Ecstasy 7)

“Want more?” she asked, opening one more button, revealing almost her entire right breast to Arpit save her nipple and the bottom left of her breast. Despite how shocked he was, Arpit began staring at her breast.

“Sorry ma’am,” he croaked again, apologizing to her right breast instead of her.

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Published on September 16, 2019 05:59
Oksanna Crawley Oksanna Crawley's blog:

Super Hammy Pops Up at Local Library

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Much appreciation to the Brampton Public Library for supporting local authors. My latest books, SUPER HAMMY ABC and SUPER HAMI ABC (en français) are part of 74 new books featured in the Local Authors Showcase 2019/20. Speakers included the CEO of Brampton Public Libraries, Rebecca Ra...

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Published on September 15, 2019 10:57
Ryan Biddulph Ryan Biddulph's blog:

6 Tips to Drive Blog Traffic

  Have you bought my discounted blogging course? I slashed…


The post 6 Tips to Drive Blog Traffic appeared first on Blogging From Paradise.

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Published on September 15, 2019 23:08
Gisele Scanlon Gisele Scanlon's blog:

If for any reason you or a postgraduate you know might require reasonable accommodation (extra time etc.) for an exam or class tests ⁦@tcddublin⁩ then registration is required as soon as possible for this term. Please share so that everyone knows!

If for any reason you or a postgraduate you know might require reasonable accommodation (extra time etc.) for an exam or class tests @tcddublin then registration is required as soon as possible for this term. Please share so that everyone knows!
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Published on September 11, 2019 03:26
Hunter Hastings Hunter Hastings's blog:

The Democratic Presidential Candidates Have Abandoned The Idea Of Economic Growth, The Essence Of America.

During a recent visit to Toledo, Ohio, to speak at a local school, I saw remarkable signs of an improving economy in this Rust Belt city. My taxi driver from the airport boasted that he could leave his position tomorrow and have his pick of other jobs. The hometown law students with whom I lunche...

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Published on September 16, 2019 03:00
Jennifer Sienes Jennifer Sienes's blog:

The Birth of Illusions

The journal I used to record Nicole’s progress through rehabilitation for her brain injury.

I love seeing movies inspired or based on true events. The first two books I wrote were inspired by true events, and when people ask about them, I feel a need to go through the explanation that inspired by...

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Published on September 16, 2019 02:54
Kierstyn Darkwater Kierstyn Darkwater's blog:

The Feelings Part 1

Shit has been rough.





Up until last week I was able to use school as a distraction from the mystery that is rampaging my body. I sent out letters to everyone over last weekend saying I’m dropping out but staying around until the end of the month to tie up all the loose ends. I have since lost most...

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Published on September 16, 2019 00:44
Tolu' Akinyemi Tolu' Akinyemi's blog:

A Note of Warning

If you make me fall in love with you
Please don’t say you were not warned
For as I fall, I’ll break some bones
Lame in love to rise no more.
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Published on September 14, 2019 09:18
Gowri N. Kishore Gowri N. Kishore's blog:

My mom was here

My mom was here. And now she’s gone. I see the scratch on the wall Where her suitcase scraped. And there’s a scratchiness in my throat Strangely similar in shape.   My mom was here And now she’s left. Her bathroom slippers are by the door, a little looser for me than they were for … Continue read... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 06:48
Skye Ritchey Skye Ritchey's blog:

Sunday Snippet: Protect the Target


This past week I got to experience my daughter's first "senior night", this one for golf. She's my youngest and the last one we need to get through high school. Which is actually funny because she's also the most organized of my three kiddos and we haven't had to do much to get her through anythi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 11:45
Igor Marcondes Igor Marcondes's blog:

A vontade de mudar

É difícil imaginar que poderia ser diferente

quando tudo parece sempre igual

ou o passado soa atraente

mas se esse pensamento existe

também existe a vontade de mudar

o que fará o futuro ser diferente

é entender o que a nostalgia quer dizer

e deixá-la falar por uns minutos

talvez horas, até o dia nascer

po...

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Published on September 15, 2019 15:16
Ann-Christine Tabaka Ann-Christine Tabaka's blog:

Another Night

An excerpt from my poem "Another Night." The entire poem can be found in my book "Words Spill Out," Available at Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/194...

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Published on September 16, 2019 05:58
Peter Martuneac Peter Martuneac's blog:

Hurry! Get Your FREE Ebook!

His Name Was Zach is still FREE to download on Kindle! You have until midnight tonight. Just click here, hit “Buy Now for Free”, and boom! You have a brand new novel on your Kindle, and it only cost you a few seconds of your time!





Join the readers who already claimed their free downloads this week...

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:04
Tanja Hester Tanja Hester's blog:

New Life Rhythms, A Delayed Reckoning and Being Okay with Blogging Less

I'm gradually moving toward a less frequent blogging schedule, driven largely by the evolving way I'm viewing and experiencing life in early retirement. This second year of early retirement has been a lot different from the first, and as I learn and evolve more, I'm discovering new ways of approa... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 02:51
Ursula Hartlein Ursula Hartlein's blog:

Hitchcock’s triumphant talkie début

The great Alfred Hitchcock’s first talkie was screened to cinema distributors and press on 21 June 1929 at Regal Arch’s Marble Cinema, and had its grand première on 28 July at London’s Capitol cinema. Though it started production as a silent, Hitchcock decided to switch to the new technology. Pro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 03:30
Louise Bergin Louise Bergin's blog:

Introducing IngramSparks

This month my writing chapter’s program featured Robin Cutler from IngramSparks as our speaker. She introduced us to what the company could do for self-published writers. I was happy to hear her.


IngramSparks is a distribution company used by self-publishers to get their books into libraries and s...

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Published on September 15, 2019 18:08
G.G. Klimt G.G. Klimt's blog:

Reseña del tercer libro de la serie de Narnia: El caballo y su niño

Y vamos por el tercero, leyéndolo en orden de lectura (si quieren saber la diferencia entre orden de lectura y orden de publicación, por favor lean la primera entrada sobre Narnia). Vuelvo solo a mencionar rápidamente el origen de mi motivación para leer a esta serie, además de que se trata de un...

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Published on September 15, 2019 23:13
Maggie Blackbird Maggie Blackbird's blog:

Beth Bolden – Yours, Forever After

Today, I’m hosting author Beth Bolden and her latest release, Yours, Forever After, a m/m fairytale/fantasy romance. **** Book Title: Yours, Forever After Author: Beth Bolden Cover Artist: Sarah Jo Chreene Genre/s: MM fairytale/fantasy Trope/s: Enemies to lovers, forced proximity Themes: Expectat... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 23:00
Ardine Martinelli Ardine Martinelli's blog:

New Beginnings

I continue to ponder the questions I asked in my post, “What’s Next?”  I was asking  how I wanted to live, to show up, for this next phase of my life.  The questions led me to one of my favorite authors, the late John O’Donohue. He wrote the poem below  entitled  For a New Beginning. 


FOR A NEW BE...

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Published on September 15, 2019 16:30
Topher Pike Topher Pike's blog:

Thank you GOD!
Get yours now @
www.shoptopherpike.com

Passion



Thank you GOD!

Get yours now @ www.shoptopherpike.com



Passion

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Published on September 16, 2019 02:36
Jethro Punter Jethro Punter's blog:

The gang are all together

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Finally got around to bringing the cast from Book 3 together as originally intended in one portrait.





Meanwhile work is progressing on the first Reverie side story. It’s ended up being a bit more than a short story, but a fair way short of a full novel, so not quite sure what to call...

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Published on September 15, 2019 05:50
Darlene Brock Darlene Brock's blog:

Mom Hacks That Will Make “Back to School” Easy

Whether you’re a stay-at-home mom or working mom, going back to school changes the flow of any routine you got into during the summer. Each new school year seems to be different too. There can be new drop-off guidelines, new start times, and new opportunities for your kids to be involved in befor...

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Published on September 15, 2019 21:17
Raúl Vallejo Raúl Vallejo's blog:

La guardia roja de todos los tiempos


Mao Tse Tung y los Guardias Rojos. Ilustración de la Revolución Cultural China, 1966.           ¿Qué habrá pensado el escritor Lao She durante todo el día de aquel 24 de agosto de 1966, frente al lago Taiping, en Beijing? En 1949, tras el triunfo de la revolución y la proclamación de la Repúbli... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 10:28
Bernadette Nason Bernadette Nason's blog:

Summer 1984, Tripoli, Libya — My First Voice Work

EXCERPTS FROM LETTERS TO ENGLAND (grammar and spelling choices have been left intact) Tripoli, 24th July 1984 “Another thing which is quite interesting is that some of the Tripoli Players are doing a sound recording for some educational tapes to teach Libyans English words and grammar, and they h...

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Published on February 15, 2017 07:51
Matt Armon Matt Armon's blog:

Dopo eoni di relax lontano dai social, ammetto di tornare con...



Dopo eoni di relax lontano dai social, ammetto di tornare con rammarico in questo frenetico ed esigente mondo.

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Se trovare l'energia creativa sufficiente nel caos della vita quotidiqna per continuare a scrivere nuove e buone storie è già complesso di per sé, partizionare quelle briciole appare un'...

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Published on September 16, 2019 02:19
Ron Kitchens Ron Kitchens's blog:

215: How to Lead Your Team Through Transitions


The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not the turbulence – it is to act with yesterday’s logic.  —Peter Drucker


 


On Today’s Episode:



I talk with Carla about leading through transitions.
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Published on September 15, 2019 22:44
Desdemona Wren Desdemona Wren's blog:

Even Better: Chapter 3 & 4 (Psychic iTunes playlists and balls)

I thought I should update this because like, I just now realized it doesn’t have as many chapters as I thought it did. I’m probably going to be skipping ahead a bit in this chapter. That Cinderella Ball is making me want to. Gaaah. I can’t wait to get there!

Even Better

Chapter Three

. . . . . ....

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:11
Paul  Brookes Paul Brookes's blog:

Wombwell Rainbow Interviews: Ankh Spice

Wombwell Rainbow Interviews


I am honoured and privileged that the following writers local, national and international have agreed to be interviewed by me. I gave the writers two options: an emailed list of questions or a more fluid interview via messenger.

The usual ground is covered about motivati...

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Published on September 15, 2019 07:03
Vivian Zems Vivian Zems's blog:

Just in Time

I’m having a go at writing narrative poetry for a personal project. This is one of the chapters. I’m unsure of the rules- and this is how it’s emerging. Despite it being a true story, I welcome all feedback- good and bad.



Walking into my brother’s home in Johannesburg.


From the car, through the...

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:16
Ovundah Nyeche Ovundah Nyeche's blog:

Save our Ladies…

By Ovundah Nyeche.


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It is no news that in our state, several ladies have been killed recently and if you put all the news together and try to analyze the deaths which are more than 8 now, several things are connected and common.


* Ladies


* Hotel rooms


* Bed


* Dead


* White handkerchiefs


* S...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:24
Jillian Boehme Jillian Boehme's blog:

HOOK THE EDITOR: Introducing ELAYNE BECKER

Tomorrow the submission guidelines for HOOK THE EDITOR will post. Today, however, is reserved for helping you get to know Elayne Becker a little better!

Elayne Becker, freelance editor
JILL: I'd be lying if I said my heart didn't break when I learned you were leaving Tor Teen. What led you to thi... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 16, 2019 05:00
José Ramón Chavés José Ramón Chavés's blog:

Los interinos de larga duración y las cartas al Tribunal Europeo

[image error]Es asombroso el zumbido existente en las administraciones que cuentan con funcionarios interinos de larga duración, por cuanto se agitan nerviosos por la expectativa de los pronunciamientos del Tribunal de Justicia Europeo, avivado por los medios de comunicación, y alimentando el sue...

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Published on September 16, 2019 00:14
Kerry Mayo Kerry Mayo's blog:

National (mis)Trust

It so happened that, even though I don’t consider myself to be of a certain age, we joined the National Trust with a family pass, our kids dragging down the average age of a visitor by at least thirty years.


Over the summer, we visited a number of lovely places – Thomas Hardy’s house, Agatha Chris...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:35
Jean Paul Wijers Jean Paul Wijers's blog:

Upward mobility – networking in the 17th century

This blog post in Dutch/ deze blog post in het Nederlands

 


In the book Managing Authentic Relationships, the Deputy Director of the Hermitage Amsterdam Paul Mosterd writes about relationship management from a historic perspective. Mosterd covers this topic by describing what can be seen on four 1...

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Published on September 15, 2019 12:12
Morgan Tonkin Morgan Tonkin's blog:

The Slave: Chapter 26

Lord Aaron discovers a terrible betrayal.


Zin’s world is falling down around her.


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Published on September 15, 2019 14:25
S.R. Roberts S.R. Roberts's blog:

Stop Giving Power To Your Past

Giving your power to your past is one of the biggest personal distractions you can allow. Situations that you keep re-thinking over and over again, can keep you complacent. Whatever situations that have happened in the past can push you, or hold you back. Instead of recalling the success and prod...

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Published on September 16, 2019 04:44
Laura Quijano Vincenzi Laura Quijano Vincenzi's blog:

¡Estrenamos canal!: Historias de Laura ya tiene su primer relato


Así es: ¡tengo noticias estupendas! A la vez que nuestro canal de ciencia, magia y misterio, El Grimorio, sigue creciendo con el apoyo de más de 10 mil suscriptores (¡gracias, gracias, gracias!), también impulsamos las historias que han ido marcando hitos y avances en mi carrera literaria a travé... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 15, 2019 08:15
António Garcia Barreto António Garcia Barreto's blog:

Há vagas para leitores


No mesmo ano em que uma sondagem do semanário Expresso revelava que 43% dos portugueses não liam um único livro há seis meses, leio que na Finlândia as pessoas são bastante mais amigas da leitura e que são vendidos por ano no país cerca de 20 milhões de livros, o que indica aproximadamente 4 li...

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Published on September 15, 2019 22:05
Damon Rain Damon Rain's blog:

Wicked Space: Dissent Part 2

[image error]Re-editing the Wicked Space books has been a lot of fun. I had to rewrite a few sections of the second one, which I thought I released through my former pen name but I was mistaken. The second part of Wicked Space was never released, so this is a first.


I’m happy to continue the Sexy...

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:36
Kestra Pingree Kestra Pingree's blog:

Halloween Werewolf Book Quotes

The post Halloween Werewolf Book Quotes appeared first on Kestra Pingree.

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Published on September 15, 2019 08:24
Rin Hoshigumo Rin Hoshigumo's blog:

It's lovely to know that someone enjoys one's work. I drew heavily upon the beauty of my childhood for The Nighttide Of Summerlong Read more of this blog post »
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Published on July 29, 2019 01:39
Raluca Feher Raluca Feher's blog:

O zi obișnuită pentru peștele banană

Ochii sunt albastru deschis ca cerul Danemarcei unde el nu a fost, doar soția, dar totul oricum s-a întâmplat acum mulți ani, în 73 când ea avea 15 ani și a stat pentru o lună în Copenhaga dar nu putea să rămână pentru că abia îl cunoscuse pe el și apoi erau și supravegheați așa că ea s-a întors...

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Published on September 15, 2019 13:38
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