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Louise Bélanger Louise Bélanger's blog:

Winter Games here I come! 📚⭐️😊

Your Words will be part of the Winter Games Reading Challenge and I am sooo excited! 😁

Readers can earn prizes, they review books...it is a lot of fun. It starts next month!

Here are the forms and details to sign up:

A big thank you to my friend for giving me the scoop and helping me! 😁

For readers:

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Published on January 16, 2021 08:05
Jason Paul Jason Paul's blog:

Fewer Words: Collected Belletrism – Publishers and Agents Welcome

Contents

Literary Criticism

Metamodernism and the Anthropo-Gaian Conflict: There Will be Blood and Moby-Dick

The Bourgeois and the Barbarous: A Reconciliation of the Scholastic and the World of Professional Wrestling

On Whether Literary Studies Can Afford to Dispense with the Author

Validating the Ex

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Published on January 16, 2021 05:48
Scott  Stevens Scott Stevens's blog:

Enter My Deadly Roses Anniversary Giveaway!

Enter my Goodreads anniversary giveaway for a chance to win one of TWO SIGNED COPIES of Deadly Roses. The one year anniversary of the release is on Valentine's Day. Since Sunbury Press admittedly botched the official launch, and then Covid-19 took over the world, this great story was quickly forgott Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 07:49
Sacha T.Y. Fortuné Sacha T.Y. Fortuné's blog:

Behind the Books: Sharing Myself, The Writer

I could tell you any and everything about my characters. Who they are, why they do what they do, what makes them tick. They’ve been with me for the better part of the last two decades, and I know them so intimately. But if you...

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Published on January 16, 2021 07:16
E. Jean Simpson, BEd, BA, MA E. Jean Simpson, BEd, BA, MA's blog:

Winter wanderings

Woke this morning to trees that had a lovely coat of white. Not snow, but frost. Everything had a glorious white glow to it. In certain sunlight, one can see sparkling like diamonds in the snow. Of course there is the downside which is that it is colder out and damp. But you learn to appreciate the Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 07:39
Rohase Piercy Rohase Piercy's blog:

A fascinating twist on Groundhog Day ...

The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I stand in absolute awe not only of Claire North's creative powers, but also the intellect required to write a book like this!
The eponymous Harry August is a kalachakra, an ouroboran - an immortal, doomed to live the s Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 07:22
Arely Jiménez Arely Jiménez's blog:

CARTA ABIERTA por Arely Jiménez

Caroline Mackintosh 


Para ORT

Dedicado a Cesar Cossio


Hace frío y es de noche.

No sé si ahora el insomnio amenazao se trata de ideas oscuras

que flotan en el ocioy muerden como verdades.Tal vez sea que alguien abrió una puerta.

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Published on September 13, 2020 16:55
Laurie John  Rogers Laurie John Rogers's blog:

Women and golf

Outdriven - my latest novel - follows the struggle one widowed lady golfer has to build a new life. English golf clubs are often steeped in tradition and many historically were unsupportive of lady members.
Times have changed and in the England of 2008 there were more lady golfers in Britain than eve Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 07:18
Paul Colt Paul Colt's blog:

A Fist Full of Dollars

Would you ever have guessed an Italian ‘Spaghetti Western’ directed by Sergio Leone, with American TV supporting actor, Clint Eastwood, cast as a man with no name, shot in Spain was a recipe for box office success? If you didn’t think so, you’d have been in good company. Henry Fonda, Charles Bronson Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 07:02
Jamie Blevins Jamie Blevins's blog:

Daily Meditations of a Nurse Warrior

Have you ever heard the story about a boy who fought and won against a mighty warrior? (see 1 Samuel 17:42). David won, because he came and fought "in the name of the LORD Almighty, the God of the armies of Israel" (17:45). When you face your next Goliath, who do you want by your side? #fearnot #bea Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 06:58
Barbara Rein Barbara Rein's blog:

LAST LEAVES OF AUTUMN

THERE’S SOMETHING ODD ABOUT THE LEAVES. DON’T COME HOME AFTER DARK. “The Last Leaves of Autumn”—One of 22 delightfully dark and creepy TALES FROM THE EERIE CANAL.
Stalking now on Amazon.
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Published on January 16, 2021 06:56
Colin  Alexander Colin Alexander's blog:

Boskone is coming

Boskone 58 is coming!

Join me at Boskone February 12 – 14, 2021. This year the convention will be online, so it is easy to join one of the best science fiction and fantasy conventions anywhere. This will be a fun weekend filled with discussions of books, science, art, games, music, and more. Check ou Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 06:55
Julia Drosten Julia Drosten's blog:

Book giveaway Land Beyond the Horizon

Today starts our Book giveaway for Land Beyond the Horizon.
We wish good luck to all of you who apply for one of 100 kindle copies.
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Published on January 16, 2021 06:49
Courtney Ostaff Courtney Ostaff's blog:

7 Reasons Not to Schedule Your Class Around A Weekly Project

When teachers are not physically present with the student, they cannot easily engage in the kind of joint attention required for a high-quality Socratic discussion that enables students to make good, independent sense of the content—also known as “essential overload.”Students are often distracted by Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2021 22:56
Iurii  Dynys Iurii Dynys's blog:

Why Sci-Fi

Why Sci-Fi

People often ask me… Oh, c’mon, who am I kidding? Nobody care. But as I choose the Sci-Fi genre for writing, I’d like to tell why.

Sci-Fi is an extremely serious thing because it has very scientific determination. Science fiction (sometimes shortened to sci-fi or SF) is a speculative fi

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Published on January 16, 2021 03:53
Andrew    Ferguson Andrew Ferguson's blog:

The End…?

It can be tough knowing when to call it a day with your fictional creations. Knowing exactly where and how to end your story in a way which is both memorable and satisfying is hard enough ... but if you've created characters and a world you're proud of, you might never want to stop. You might feel l Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 15, 2021 08:30
Rebecca Carlyle Rebecca Carlyle's blog:

2020 Favorite Reads

For those of you who know me well, you will already know that I enjoy books, movies, and tv shows that have intelligent, strong female leads. So it should come as no surprise that my top three reads from 2020 feature some badass ladies, written by female authors. Since we’ve been in shut down for wh

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Published on January 15, 2021 12:15
Santosh Krinsky Santosh Krinsky's blog:

The Position and Role of the Mind of Light in the Evolution of Consciousness

The complexity and detailed organisation of the material world, the atomic structure, the forces of the electro-magnetic spectrum, gravity, and the mathematical precision of the world, the laws of Nature, the interrelationships of beings to create a unified world of existence, all speaks to a vast,

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Published on January 16, 2021 06:09
Marcus  Hall Marcus Hall's blog:

It Takes Discipline

We love our college football. How many of those skilled players do you think show up on Saturday afternoon after not practicing at all throughout the week? You know the answer, not a single one of them. How do you expect to improve your relationship with Christ and change unhealthy behaviors without

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Published on January 15, 2021 03:45
Daisy Watson Daisy Watson's blog:

The Aaliyah Appreciation Post

To mark what would be her 42nd birthday today, here are a collection of my favourite looks from the Princess of R&B, Aaliyah. Taken from us way to early. A natural beauty and talent.

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Published on January 16, 2021 02:00
José Luis Torres Revert José Luis Torres Revert's blog:

El valor de la opinión de los clientes: modelo de encuesta de satisfacción

En una entrada anterior comentábamos la importancia de detectar oportunidades de mejora a través de las críticas, bien directas como pudiera ser una reclamación o por medio de encuestas de satisfacción que deberíamos enviar a nuestros clientes después de recibir el pedido (en el capítulo 9 cuando an

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Published on January 16, 2021 01:41
Linda  Herron Linda Herron's blog:

Now You Can Blog from Everywhere!

We’ve made it quick and convenient for you to manage your blog from anywhere. In this blog post we’ll share the ways you can post to your Wix Blog.

Blogging from Your Wix Blog Dashboard

On the dashboard, you have everything you need to manage your blog in one place. You can create new posts, set cate

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Published on January 09, 2021 17:11
Julie Schanke Lyford Julie Schanke Lyford's blog:

Why To Self-Publish Your Book

WIldflower Books Blog Post

There are MANY reasons we decided to self-publish/independently publish our book. Wildflower Books summed it up much better than I ever could have - check it out on their blog ! It basically comes down to the five reasons listed in

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Published on January 15, 2021 12:32
Betty Jane Wylie Betty Jane Wylie's blog:

books???

If I were to put all my books on the floor, as Marie Kondo advises, there wouldn’t be enough space for me to walk around. So that’s one category of hers that I will ignore. However, she gives me an escape. She keeps telling me to keep only those things which “spark joy”. Well, my books spark more jo

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Published on January 16, 2021 00:29
Johnny L. Dudley Johnny L. Dudley's blog:

He Never Takes His Eyes Off Of Us

After we posted The Artist, one of our friends shared this powerful and moving story with us through email:

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"There was once a group of women studying the book of Malachi in the Old Testament. As they were studying chapter three, they came across verse three, which says: “He will sit as a refiner an

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Published on January 16, 2021 04:47
Jennifer L. Wright Jennifer L. Wright's blog:

Throwback #historyfriday

Hello!

No new #historyfriday post today. Instead, in honor of the upcoming Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, I’m throwing it back to a post I wrote about his life and his legacy.

You can read it here

Have a great weekend!

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Published on January 15, 2021 06:10
Jayne Townsley Jayne Townsley's blog:

Winter Wishes Blog Hop | The 3 Shades Box from Topeca Coffee

 
Hosted by Mama the Fox
Happy winter morning! I enjoy coffee all year-'round, but I especially want it in the winter.

I'm offering a The 3 Shades Box from Tulsa's own Topeca Coffee...



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Published on January 16, 2021 06:00
Sylvia  Pell Sylvia Pell's blog:

Find your STYLE with just a Simple Plan

How to decorate your home and reflect your personal style?  It can be inspiring and intimidating at the same time. Try to tackle on the creating the perfect home makeover by following a few simple TIPS.  It can become overwhelming to find the style to match your personality; try finding the right tr

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Published on January 15, 2021 08:01
M. Short M. Short's blog:

Dark Space

Christopher having a restless night rose from his bed looking at his clock on the nightstand glaring 0400 hours. He thought to himself, “This is going to be a long day. I should try to get more rest.”

While the argument raged in his head, to rest or not to rest, the not to rest side won in short orde

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Published on January 16, 2021 06:32
Chisom Peter Job Chisom Peter Job's blog:

A Review of Netflix's Outside the Wire

 It's the year 2036, and there is a civil war going on. Outside the Wire opens up to the U.S marines being ambushed, drone pilots giving support, and Lieutenant Harp-a black drone pilot-going against orders. We get to see how annoyed his superiors are for disobeying orders, and how he gets deployed. Read more of this blog post »
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Published on January 16, 2021 04:18
Alessandro Balestra Alessandro Balestra's blog:

Concorsi: Asylum Files 2021

Asylum Press Editor indice la seconda edizione del premio letterario Asylum Files per racconti inediti il cui genere sia identificabile con l'horror, il gotico, il noir e il fantastico
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Published on January 15, 2021 22:01
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