Glimmerglass Girl was featured on That Bookshelf Bitch, a blog by a lovely writer who is doing the hard work of supporting women writers through reviews! I am beyond honored to be listed among the names of Rupi Kaur and one of my favorite books of 2018, Women of Resistance. Read more of this blog post »
The late 1700s was a turbulent time for France, and the 1800s appeared as if they would be no better partly because inflation hit France and many people lived in poverty. T...Read more of this blog post »
முததுபபநதல விழாவோடு தொடரபுடைய திருமேறறளிகை மறறும திருசசததிமுறறம கோயிலகளுககு முன... Read more of this blog post »
Juicy grilled chicken, zucchini and tomatoes topped with a light spinach-arugula basil pesto served over couscous.
There’s nothing better than making pesto from scratch! It adds a mouthful of bright summer flavor.
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Mature Obedient Woman wanted for Housemaid duties in a single bachelor’s large house based in the merchant city in Glasgow city centre G1
Cash in hand £10 per hour for cleaning only OR £15 per hour for home cooking and cleaning.
Weekend work, usually Sunday morning/afternoon for 3 hours if just cle...Read more of this blog post »
Baseline: Pre-SOP and box breathing, then ROM Drills.
Work Capacity: 60:00 AMRAP:
200m Sled push
400m Farmer Carry (55/35)
800m Run with Slam Ball
*5x Burpees on the spot if you break on the sled push, farmer carry or run.
Durability: Hydrate and fuel within 30 minutes. Journal post training sessio...Read more of this blog post »
I’ve been knitting away on my Lizard Ridge afghan in Noro Kureyon, and wanted to show you my progress today. I showed you the first two squares two weeks ago, which were knitted from some Kureyon in my stash. That was colour 254, which is discontinued. I knit up most of that, and have the eight s...Read more of this blog post »
KetoCon Youtube Craig and I both had the great pleasure to speak at KetoCon in Austin Texas last weekend! Here is Craig’s presentation on our YouTube from Ketocon on Micro-nutrients...
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You don’t have to be acknowledged all the time. Sometimes it’s a good idea to keep your mouth shut while someone else takes credit for your ideas, don’t you think? You Don’t Have To An old Indian story: A talkative turtle overheard two hunters say that they were planning to catch turtles the very...Read more of this blog post »
En el vídeo de hoy os hablo de un esquema básico que aparece en todas las historias (sean del formato que sean); el esquema actancial. Fue descubierto por Greimas, que está considerado como uno de los padres de los estudios narrativos modernos. Es algo muy sencill... Read more of this blog post »
This NSFW adult excerpt is from A Crafty Ever After (Suncoast Society 76, MMF, BDSM) writing as Tymber Dalton:
Following Cali’s health scare, Sean and Max have played the double-Dom card and put their feet down. She will marry one of them so she’ll finally have good health insurance. They...Read more of this blog post »
Hi! Just a quick post to let you know that my thriller novel The Planck Factor is available for a very reasonable 40% off as part of Kobo’s ebook deals this weekend.
Now, even though I still see a $2.99 price on that page, according to Kobo, buyers wi...Read more of this blog post »
Behind the Scenes
*ähm* Naja, also von den Leuten, die ich auf Facebook mit meiner Mini-Umfrage erreicht habe jedenfalls. Also eine Handvoll Freunde, Kollegen und Leser. Nicht gerade repräsentativ, aber ich arbeite hier mit dem, was ich habe. ;)
Die neue Rubrik heißt ‘Behind the Scenes’.
Aaah, binnenkort vakantie, dat is hopelijk voor u net wat meer tijd om eens een boek vast te nemen dan anders. Ik had gevreesd dat dat voor mij totaal niet het geval zou zijn, met die nakende verhuis, maar het valt tot nu toe zeer goed mee. Ik heb net mijn twintigste boek uit (, dat ik vijf sterr...Read more of this blog post »
Once I had the main structure in place and identified the broad layout, it was time to fill in the details. This is what took most of the time on this project.
There was one aspect of the design that hel... Read more of this blog post »
The following is from the article “Connect with Your Family: Past, Present, and Future” from the FamilySearch blog:
Family history provides a powerful way to strengthen your family. Connect with your family’s past to build a legacy through fun and meaningful activities, shared family stories, t...Read more of this blog post »
This is the eighth installment of a series about the Anthology Workshop run by Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Dean Wesley Smith, and which is being held in Las Vegas from this point on. It’s a week-long look into the inner workings of traditionally published short fiction. The first post in the serie...Read more of this blog post »
This week saw my debut as a music critic (yes, you are allowed to laugh) on a real music magazine, and also saw a few more projects pop up and take their place in the queue.
Now I just need a way to stop sleeping.
I have finished reading the new edition of Steven Alten’s MEG, and am now...Read more of this blog post »
Mary Mulari has done it, again! Have you ever experienced limited range of motion when wearing an apron? Mary’s New! Hipster Apron Pattern is a unique apron design that does not wrap nor bind around your legs. All style and no restricted motions when wearing Mary’s New! Hipster Apron!
Choose on... Read more of this blog post »
The new RSL Art Union draw 357 is now open.
Two gorgeous villas on Queensland’s Gold Coast at Bilinga. Fully furnished, air conditioned, decked out in blues and whites for that beachy theme, and just metres from the beach itself. Also three roads over from the airport.
Head on over to the RSL...Read more of this blog post »
If you want to ask me anything specific, here's your chance! I'll also (probably) live-stream my session. So, if you have any burning question... Read more of this blog post »
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The Australian Women Writers’ Challenge is part of a world-wide movement to raise awareness of excellent writing by women. It helps readers to challenge the subconscious stereotypes that govern our choice of books to read. The challenge encourages avid readers and book bloggers, male and female...
OS REGRESSOSDE Pedro Moura (arg.) e Marta Teives (des.)LANÇAMENTO DA POLVO NO FESTIVAL DE BEJA
REGRESSAR A UMA ALDEIA INVENTADA PARA VOLTAR A SER FELIZ
A banda desenhada portuguesa conta com mais um título. Os Regressos é a estreia nas histórias longas de uma dupla que já publico... Read more of this blog post »
Shifting a paradigm.
Let’s focus on the logo first. A new graphic design giving a contrast to my CougarBunnies.com website. The cougar staring down from an old tree? Three bunnies sniffing danger? Like in a life of perpetual anxiety? A woman, maturing, understands that she cannot li...Read more of this blog post »
To Die in Vienna, Kevin Wignall
Sky in the Deep, Adrienne Young
Half the World, Joe Abercrombie
Bringing Adam Home, Les Standiford with Det. Sgt. Joe Matthews
Brief Cases, Jim Butcher
Blood Orbit, K.R. Richardson
What a great assortment!
I think I’ve read everything of Kevin Wignall’s...Read more of this blog post »
We are off on an adventure across Normandy with our friends at Backroads Travel. This phenomenal French journey will take us along the Seine River combining two of our favorite activities, biking and boating... CONTINUE READING >>
The post Wheels and Waterways Across Normandy appeared first...Read more of this blog post »
A few years ago, I started out learning languages through self study. It’s an adventure! I’ve enjoyed the process, but things haven’t always gone as well as I’d hoped.
So, I’d like to share one of most important things I’ve learned. My hope is that you can avoid the mistakes I made.
How I Hit “the... Read more of this blog post »
This story follows a witty, young Native American man named Jonny Appleseed, member of the Peguis First Nation, who has left the reservation to live in the big city of Winnipeg. There, Jonny reinvent...Read more of this blog post »
Anger has a price tag. When you realize that truth, you’re more likely to control the anger in your life. The Bible tells us, “A hot-tempered man … gets into all kinds of trouble” (Proverbs 29:22 TLB). Most of us have seen someone do something really stupid because that person was angry.
The Bible...Read more of this blog post »
As a Scotsman, I enjoy hard truths. (My people recently learned that there are other kinds, though it has minimally influenced our usage or acknowledgement of them.)
Other cultures prefer an attitude of perpetual positivity. I’ve tried. I hear it so often that I was almost convinced there was no o...Read more of this blog post »
Happy weekend, Spiritual Warrior!!! The things in your life that limit you are actually self-imposed, and we have a choice to hold onto them or let them go. Whether it be a job, mindset, or a relationship the many aspects of our life can begin to constrict us if we let them. Not seeing all … Cont...Read more of this blog post »
The Over Raging Tides Bookstagram Tour has concluded!
One of the best ways to reach avid readers and book buyers these days is on Instagram, especially via dedicated “Bookstagram” Instagram accounts. So I knew that I wanted to be sure to have some sort of Over Raging Tides Booksta...Read more of this blog post »
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