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Carolyn R. Scheidies Carolyn R. Scheidies's blog:

Blog God’s Word is Powerful–and True. Do you read it?

We struggle through life and often wonder, “Where is God?” Yet if we were truthful, we have to ask ourselves the question, “Why should God listen to me?” Because we know we haven’t been listening to Him. If we haven’t been reading His Word on any regular basis, we really have little idea what God...

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Published on February 20, 2020 10:34
Adem Çetinkaya Adem Çetinkaya's blog:

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Published on February 21, 2020 05:17
Mark Anthony Tierno Mark Anthony Tierno's blog:

Maldene to be reviewed on AICN!

OK gang, a little something I’ve had hiding under my hat (well, if I wore one). If you’ve heard of Ain’t It Cool News, then you know they’ve been big in the SF/Fantasy/Horror geekdom the last 25 years. They normally stick with movies, TV, and the occasional comic book news, but a few odd months …... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2020 21:05
Sandra Raine Sandra Raine's blog:

`free verse poetry for Bitches with attitude!` think you can handle that?

So while we`re waiting for The DiamonD: EMPIRE, Part II my current book – an eChapbook – is available for purchase ($2.99); prints will be available in March, 2020.
If you like your poetry non`traditional, edgy, raw, chaotic, lewd, provocative & beautiful then this book is for you. (Should you... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2020 13:50
Carolyn Paul Branch Carolyn Paul Branch's blog:

One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow


One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow



One for the Blackbird, One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker


My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Five stars – that means “it was amazing” on Goodreads. I have given out a lot of of 5 star reviews, so when something really amazing comes along there are no higher awards to show how wonderful it really is. One fo...

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Published on February 20, 2020 14:57
Barnabas Powell Barnabas Powell's blog:

The Truth About Jesus


Who is Jesus Christ? There are so many answers to that question, and I guess the human race has been preoccupied with this question since the Lord came in the first place. But, we learn today that how we answer this question is a great deal more important than we may realize! Look at our Lesson t...

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Published on February 21, 2020 02:01
Cora Foerstner Cora Foerstner's blog:

“Labyrinth Lost (Brooklyn Brujas): Witchery and Adventure

Labyrinth Lost Book Review
Las Brujas: The Witches

My daughter recommended Zoraida Cordova’s young adult book Labyrinth Lost. She loved the book.


I agree with my daughter. Labyrinth Lost is a book worth reading. It’s a fun, dark, culturally rich fantasy that takes the reader on a journey of discovery.


Brief Overview

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Published on February 20, 2020 14:41
Alethea Kehas Alethea Kehas's blog:

#Still #writephoto

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Still


The body, subject to the mind,


reaches for more, grabbing at an illusion


never realized. It seeks to be sustained by want


collecting treasures to adorn it.


False garmentsof the self dim the light inside.


The body, subject to the heart,


becomes a vessel of lo...

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Published on February 20, 2020 05:44
John       Jackson John Jackson's blog:

Day 7: Those Questions! Everything you didn't think you wanted to know about me.

After an hour, the major domo entered and announced a short break for refreshments. The four players rose and moved out of the card room into the main ballroom where tables with champagne and canapes were arranged. As they circulated, greeting old friends and acquaintances alike, Jane found hers...

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Published on February 20, 2020 23:12
Alan Jacobs Alan Jacobs's blog:

one more post about Twitter

I deactivated my Twitter account more than a year ago, and set a recurrent reminder to log in every 28 days to reactivate and then deactivate again. I wasn’t sure I wanted to let my handle go to some other person who would no doubt bring shame onto the noble ayjay name. This little dance became t...

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Published on February 20, 2020 08:36
S.B. S.B.'s blog:

Eyes Without a Face

Day 51 of Spell... B-O-U-N-D's Femdom Hypnosis and Mind Control 55 Words Stories Challenge 2020, Eyes Without a Face is a creepy horror piece.


The post Eyes Without a Face appeared first on Spell... B-O-U-N-D.

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Published on February 20, 2020 14:22
J.S. Garner J.S. Garner's blog:

The Great Bob Stansbury Snippet

The Great Bob Stansbury (myBook.to/GreatBobStansbury), because isn't it about time that a grouchy, middle-aged home inspector goes on a mystical journey. #fantasy #scifi #ebook #indieauthor #iartg #asmsg #writersofinstagram #writingcommunity #99cents #amazon --
Bob scowled, but the Kraken appeare... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2020 12:00
Kristi Hedges Kristi Hedges's blog:

How to Lead with Positivity When The World Is In Chaos

If 2020 is proving to be anything, it’s going to be a wild and unpredictable ride. One look at the news and you’re confronted with uncertainty at every turn: the 2020 elections, Brexit, COVID-19, conflicting economic growth indicators, escalating climate change, and growing global tensions. Many...

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Published on February 20, 2020 16:41
Barry Bowe Barry Bowe's blog:

Patrick Stewart

Patrick Stewart I wrote about New York’s Penn Station the other day, and my buddy D. – that’s Darlene A. McGarrity – commented about her positive experiences at Penn Station. Which jogged my memory about an incident from almost 30 years ago. I lived in Manhattan twice. The first time during the 1... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 20, 2020 17:21
Theresa Reed Theresa Reed's blog:

New Moon in Pisces 2020 – and Tarot Readings for Each Zodiac Sign

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The New Moon in Pisces 2020 shows up on Sunday, February 23rd at 10:32 AM EST. This puts a sensitive mystical vibe into the day. Emotions are raw. Everyone has the feels so go easy on others…and yourself. It’s too easy to absorb every feeling today – and this can make you feel heav...

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Published on February 20, 2020 06:17
Lee Tobin McClain Lee Tobin McClain's blog:

Cover Reveal and Bad Boy Trope

I’m so excited to do my first cover reveal on Inspy Romance! The cover’s not been a secret because it’s on my bookmarks for the series, but I’ve not done anything at all to promote it. Here is the cover to my upcoming release of Alexandra’s Appeal, Book 3 in the Dixon Brothers series: The […]
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Published on February 21, 2020 01:00
Guillermo Pérez-Tomé Estévez Guillermo Pérez-Tomé Estévez's blog:

Organizarse ante el cambio climático

Acabando mi intensivo sobre cambio climático en los días más calurosos que hemos vivido. Lecturas alentadoras y desalentadoras a partes iguales.

Ni siquiera hacen falta datos de la NASA y agencias internacionales para darnos cuenta de que es algo serio.

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Published on June 30, 2019 12:35
João Esteves João Esteves's blog:

[2297.] OS QUE MORRERAM NO TARRAFAL || 31 ROSTOS - 32 NOMES

* OS QUE MORRERAM NO TARRAFAL *











Fotografias (de cima para baixo, da esquerda para a direita):
Abílio Augusto Belchior [Motorista, 1897-1937]Albino António de Oliveira de Carvalho [Comerciante, 1884-1941]Albino Coelho Júnior [Motorista,... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 18, 2020 11:21
Tonia Woolever Tonia Woolever's blog:

Walking In Step With The Spirit

The Apostle Paul wrote many things that both inspire and challenge me. One of those is in Galatians 5:25: Since we live by the Spirit, let us keep in step with the Spirit. (NIV) Right — keep in step with the invisible Spirit of God. The first time I read that I had two simultaneous reactions: “I...

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Published on February 21, 2020 04:26
Haley Rhoades Haley Rhoades's blog:

On The Road March to September 2020

I hope you will attend one of the following author/book events in four Midwest states to meet me and view all of my books. Pre-order your books at the bottom of this page and save money by ordering before the event.





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https://www.facebook.com/events/685037368701332/





Mason City, Iowa





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Published on February 20, 2020 08:58
Alyson Madden-Brooker Alyson Madden-Brooker's blog:

Is the Earth Flat? (Or why biology is not the defining issue of gender)

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“So, do you believe the earth is flat?”





The question was asked because I did not accept what a third-person described as a biological “universal truth”. In fairness, the person asking this was taking a devil’s advocate role here, but, more generally, this is often a typical trick used by peop...

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Published on February 21, 2020 02:45
Janet Farrar Worthington Janet Farrar Worthington's blog:

Snow Days and Lent

Every year around this time, two things happen to me: I start thinking about pancakes. And I really want to watch “The Quiet Man.” Why pancakes? For years, we belonged to a church in Maryland that had a pancake supper for Shrove Tuesday; it was great, and we always loaded up on pancakes, link sau...

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Published on February 20, 2020 10:23
Yarro Rai Yarro Rai's blog:

华为MatePad Pro构建的安卓平板横屏生态有何不同?

华为MatePad Pro构建的安卓平板横屏生态有何不同?



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Published on February 21, 2020 02:08
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