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Amy Balliett Amy Balliett's blog:

4 Content Marketing Best Practices To Never Overlook















Content marketing is a moving target. What could be considered a best practice today may be black hat tomorrow. But there are a number of content marketing best practices that should stand the test of time.


Let’s take a look at 4 content marketing best practices that often fl

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Published on October 29, 2020 15:42
Charlene  Amsden Charlene Amsden's blog:

A Sweet Bedtime Story

When she started chemo, He bought two new 800 thread count Egyptian cotton bed sheet sets. They fit very snugly on their mattress. She no longer has the strength required to get the fitted sheet onto or off of the bed without assistance.





He also bought her fancy chocolates.





Tonight after dinner, She d

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Published on October 30, 2020 00:59
S. O'Duinn Magee S. O'Duinn Magee's blog:

Turnips? Not Pumpkins?

Our modern “Halloween” traditions have evolved over centuries from the Celtic Wheel of the Year (shown below), from whence come our major Holidays—Halloween, Christmas, Easter, even Groundhog Day.



In my series “The Mags Chronicles,” Celtic holidays structure each book. And in Mags at The Genius Hous

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Published on October 30, 2020 05:50
Cate Meighan Cate Meighan's blog:

Daily Boom 80's Throwback: Sweet Sensation - 'Sincerely Yours'

Related image"Dear I write you this letter
To show you how much your love means to meI wish we could be togetherI need you in my life oh can't you see
You promised we would be together
But you still haven't answered my letter
Oh, oh, I'm sincerely yours
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Published on October 30, 2020 00:30
Diane K. Smith Diane K. Smith's blog:

Red Cabbage Soup with Caraway Seeds

Red Cabbage Soup with Caraway Seeds

We know that eating vegetables is a good thing for health and longevity. So many studies have proven this out and red cabbage is no exception. Try this Red Cabbage Soup and you’ll be eating one of the most highly nutritious vegetables on earth.



Red and green cabbage are both powerhouses but red c

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Published on October 29, 2020 11:25
Nick  Graham Nick Graham's blog:

FACE UP(ward)

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Published on October 29, 2020 12:30
Written Tales Written Tales's blog:

The Fall of Sybil

Corn syrup is filling each grout-line of the salmon, tiled table; the fizz is subsiding as the room bubbles up. ... Read more Read more of this blog post »
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Published on October 29, 2020 22:14
Maya Linnell Maya Linnell's blog:

Mini lemon tarts

I've been using this recipe since 2013, and although I can't remember where I originally found it, it's been my favourite lemon dessert ever since.


Pastry
1 2/3c plain flour


1/4c caster sugar


1/2 tsp salt


140g butter, cold and diced into cubes


2 egg yolks


2-3 tablespoons cold water



Filling


145g cream che

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Published on October 30, 2020 02:02
Eric Balch Eric Balch's blog:

Review: Mrs. Perivale and the Blue Fire Crystal





Mrs. Perivale and the Blue Fire Crystal by Dash Hoffman



Title: Mrs. Perivale and the Blue Fire Crystal





Author: Dash Hoffman





Genre: YA Fantasy





Rating:




⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐














































Rating: 4 out of 5.


Available: Amazon





About the Book



“People your age belong at home.” 73 year old Mrs. Perivale is

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Published on October 29, 2020 07:33
Reinhold Kanzler Reinhold Kanzler's blog:

ReinholdKanzlR: Le Cégep de St-Félicien c’est … De la formation générale pour élargir les horizons - Le Nouvelles Hebdo

Le Cégep de St-Félicien c’est … De la formation générale pour élargir les horizons - Le Nouvelles Hebdo https://t.co/MumOESbrz9

— Reinhold Kanzler (@ReinholdKanzlR) October 30, 2020
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Published on October 30, 2020 00:20
VARTIKA MEHROTRA GAKHAR VARTIKA MEHROTRA GAKHAR's blog:

Papa, how have you been?

Four long years have passed by, but sometimes, it’s still hard to believe

All I want to know is, Papa, how have you been?

How’s the world up there and how’s your new family?

All these questions keep swarming in my mind incessantly


I wonder how do you look like now?

Do you shave or have a long beard?

Do yo

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Published on October 29, 2020 07:57
Shivangi  Singh Shivangi Singh's blog:

Halloween #Freebie – Funny Witch Book on Amazon

Trick or treat!!! Offering my latest funny witch book for children in print and digital versions! This free eBook offer runs on Witch Hua Hukka’s Silly Tooth is valid only till Halloween night so grab your copy fast for your kiddo from Amazon (US) and Amazon.in (India).





Why should you buy this book

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Published on October 29, 2020 08:15
Wolfgang Streeck Wolfgang Streeck's blog:

Nichts sehen, nichts hören, nichts sagen: Die extreme Mitte als Klassenbasis des gescheiterten Konsolidierungsstaats

In: Tariq Ali, Heiner Flassbeck, Rainer Mausfeld, Wolfgang Streeck and Peter Wahl, Die extreme Mitte: Wer die westliche Welt beherrscht. Eine Warnung. Wien: Promedia 2020, 43-61.





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Published on October 30, 2020 05:17
Julia Halina Hadas Julia Halina Hadas's blog:

Black Sun

Samhain is a time when we begin to turn our intentions inward, and focus on making the home a warm and cozy space. For those looking to do some protective workings around this time, or to add a bit of heat and rejuvenation to their lives, this spicy blood orange margarita should do just the trick.









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Published on October 30, 2020 04:33
Eli Ring Eli Ring's blog:

How to Use Conflict to Create Interesting Characters

Drama and comedy spring from the collision of the needs, desires, and emotions of characters in a story. This is called conflict, and conflict is a prerequisite for all engaging storytelling.





A couple of years ago, I wrote a scene about a late-middle age man who is laid off from his job, and he drive

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Published on October 29, 2020 12:31
Gestalten Gestalten's blog:

Turning Over a New Leaf

How social attitudes toward cannabis are changing across the world

In the past century, smoking weed has become a symbol of the 1960s counterculture movement, been public enemy number one in America, and conjured colorful images of morally-corrupt delinquents. But the times they are a-changin’. Shift

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Published on October 30, 2020 04:28
R.N. Morris R.N. Morris's blog:

Virtual Reading

I can’t get out there to do in person events, so I decided to do a virtual reading for my novel, Fortune’s Hand.
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Published on October 30, 2020 02:11
Maki Matsui Maki Matsui's blog:

The Questionable Wall

There is a spot on the dining room wall where we post questions that come to us throughout the day. Philosophical ones and practical ones, silly ones, smart ones, and silly-and-smart ones. Some are more answerable than others—most are whimsical, take-your-time sort of questions—and all are under ser

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Published on October 29, 2020 18:26
Johannes T. Evans Johannes T. Evans's blog:

Just a reminder that I’m open for short fic requests for my characters! Feel free to drop...

Just a reminder that I’m open for short fic requests for my characters!

Feel free to drop prompts and requests in my ask, as well as any questions you have about my worlds or stories!

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Published on October 29, 2020 06:41
Petra Pavlíková Petra Pavlíková's blog:

Tussilago Farfara

Read the disclaimer please.


Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara, in Czech podběl lékařský) is a flower in the daisy family that's native to Europe and Asia. It is a perennial plant that is 10-30 cm tall. It grows on the edge of forests and roads, on slopes, in quarries, on river or stream banks, etc.

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Published on April 01, 2020 12:19
Sandy J. Hartwick Sandy J. Hartwick's blog:

In the Stacks


Photo by Jaredd Craig on Unsplash


“I was really walking fast now, starting to freak out, because I remembered my roommate had laughed at me a few weeks ago saying ‘Don’t you know it’s haunted down there?”





In the Stacks

J. attended the University of Nevada, Reno in the 80’s. She lived in Nye Hal

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Published on October 29, 2020 21:09
Perry Owler Perry Owler's blog:

Happy Halloween

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Published on October 29, 2020 15:06
Maaria Granqvist Maaria Granqvist's blog:

Kiitos lukijoilleni!

Tämän vuoden kirjamessut olivat verkossa olosuhteiden pakosta ja hyvä niin. Olin tosin aiemmin suunnitellut ostavani BoDilta messupaketin, jolloin he olisivat esitelleet teostani Lisa ja muutosten kesä Kirjamessuilla. Toisin kävi. Muuttunut tilanne pakotti minut tekemään instatilin. Ja postaamaan ku

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Published on October 30, 2020 03:48
June T. Michael June T. Michael's blog:

Geschützt: #Kinktober – Tag 30 – Reimt sich auf „Parade“

Dieser Eintrag ist mit einem Passwort gesichert. Um weiter lesen zu können musst du zuerst die Website besuchen und dein Passwort eingeben.

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Published on October 30, 2020 05:22
Diana Veltin Diana Veltin's blog:

Hurricane Mitch Anniversary: Copan Ruins

Hurricane Mitch snaked its way across Honduras, wreaking havoc on the land and destroying lives this week, 22 years ago. The picturesque countryside held the 1500 year old ruins of Copan, Honduras. Only two months prior, I climbed those ruins as an exuberant tourist. Hardworking locals toiled, compl

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Published on October 29, 2020 14:27
Robert C. Jacobson Robert C. Jacobson's blog:

@62MileClub: If you found the information in #SpaceIsOpenForBusiness to be helpful, please write a review and inspire others to think big about space, the space economy, and our role within it!Reviews help others to learn about how the space sector is help

If you found the information in #SpaceIsOpenForBusiness to be helpful, please write a review and inspire others to think big about space, the space economy, and our role within it!

Reviews help others to learn about how the space sector is helping our planet. pic.twitter.com/yD8irkKfmv

— Robert C. Jac
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Published on October 29, 2020 16:00
Scott Guerin Scott Guerin's blog:

The Law of Attraction and a Hockey Stick

My three boys love sports and, when they were young, one of their sports-of-choice was to play ice hockey. One afternoon we were running late getting ready to go to a game. Rushing to get their equipment together and out the door to the car, one of them yelled, “I...


The post The Law of Attraction an

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Published on October 29, 2020 17:48
K.A. Raines K.A. Raines's blog:

The Well: A Ghost Story (@KA_Raines)

Happy Halloween! I hope you all like ghost stories!





Warnings: This story depicts some domestic violence and cursing, but nothing too graphic.





The Well





I hadn’t slept well since learning that my mother had passed three days ago. We were never close. Actually, I hadn’t seen her since my wedding seven yea

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Published on October 30, 2020 03:59
David  Tickner David Tickner's blog:

Zombie

Picture Did you know that if you google ‘images of zombies’ you will find thousands of images?! Who knew that the living dead were so popular?
 
There are several suggestions but no certainties for the origin of the word zombie.
 
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Published on October 29, 2020 08:10
Jonathan E. Furneaux Jonathan E. Furneaux's blog:

Bedside Manner

‘Bedside Manner’ was originally penned for a 100-word microfiction competition.









Little Anne woke up screaming. Her forehead glistened as she wrapped her thin arms around herself and shivered.


‘Nightmares again?’ I asked softly.


We were used to the routine by now: Anne would awake screaming and I wo

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Published on October 30, 2020 01:02
David Gira David Gira's blog:

Got cancer? Lost that Loving Feeling? Diseased and Dissed? You Are Still Loved! Here's how.

You know how some things happen and leave you feeling overwhelmingly loved? A special gift, an unexpected act of kindness, the right word at the right time, a tender touch. Well, cancer isn’t one of those things. Or is it?

When you are living with a terminal disease, it’s easy to feel unloved. It may

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Published on October 29, 2020 09:46
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