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Kate Larkindale Kate Larkindale's blog:

Weekly Goals 27-5-19

I was particularly slack this weekend and didn't do any writing.  Somehow all my time seemed to get taken up doing other things.

So this week, I need to get my ass into gear and actually do some writing.  This book is not going to finish itself!

I also have some critique work to do for Operation Aw... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 11:04
P.  Nelson P. Nelson's blog:

And some things never change, let a new scene begin!

Beth rolled her shoulders and contemplated the pattern of stinging whip marks she had left on a subs back. The strips would be faded by morning. However, the sting of Beth���s punishment would linger for much longer. She set her whip aside and walked over to the front of the St Andrew���s Cross f... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 17:00
Aaron Liford Aaron Liford's blog:

Best Get Home Bag Backpack for When SHTF

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Most of us spend the majority of the day away from where we live.  Most of that time is spent working 8 to 12 hours a day at work.  That doesn’t always include travel time.  Most of the time when we think about emergencies or SHTF we hope that we will be home with our supplies when it happens. Th...

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Published on May 26, 2019 20:19
M.J. Mallon M.J. Mallon's blog:

Do No Harm: 17 Medical Thrillers #Thrillers #Suspense #Boxset

DO NO HARM is an extraordinary, limited collection of medical thrillers written by USA Today, Wall Street Journal and Amazon best-selling authors. You can order it now for .99! Do you crave reading books with nail-biting […]
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Published on May 27, 2019 01:47
Sadie Beckenridge Sadie Beckenridge's blog:

book signing

I will be in State College PA today May 27th at Meyers Dairy selling and signing copies of my book. Please come out and see me and get some great ice cream. Meyers Dairy is one of the last original dairy farms here in PA that make their own milk and ice cream.
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Published on May 27, 2019 05:10
Luke J. Wilson Luke J. Wilson's blog:

Fasting: A spiritual and physical discipline [Fasting]

The topic of fasting often comes up in online discussion groups that I'm a part of, more often in Protestant circles where the practice is more often sidelined in low churches. So let's take a look at the practice of fasting from a practical and historical view, as it seems to be a spiritual disc... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2019 01:01
Manuela Zangara Manuela Zangara's blog:

Uji – Japan Guide

During our latest trip to Japan, we stayed in Kyoto for 11 nights. Besides visiting the city, we also used it as the base for various day trips in the area. During one of these day trips, we visited the beautiful town of Uji. Uji is situated between Kyoto and Nara, two of Japan’s most...

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Published on May 27, 2019 02:53
Mohamed Omar Mohamed Omar's blog:

Cigarrernas värld – ett tryggt rum

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Än så länge är cigarrernas värld ett safe space, ett tryggt rum, som den politiska korrekthetens trupper inte har invaderat. Det kan bero på att cigarrernas värld till stor del är en subkultur. De röks i slutna rum. Cigarrer är ganska dyra också – ungefär som en flaska vin.


Därför ka...

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Published on May 27, 2019 00:53
A.H. Gilbert A.H. Gilbert's blog:

Those Bad Boys

It’s no good.  I just can’t love writing a book without putting a creepy bad guy in it. 

“Bill Sikes and Bullseye”, an illustration by Fred Barnard

As I worked my way through the draft of my latest novel, a mystery, something seemed to be missing.  So, I reworked the protagonist, turning her int...

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Published on May 26, 2019 07:51
Richard James Rogers Richard James Rogers's blog:

10 Learning Games to Play With Your Students (Secret Number 8)

An article by Richard James Rogers (Author of The Quick Guide to Classroom Management).


Illustrated by Sutthiya Lertyongphati


One of the fundamental tenets of teaching that I learned years ago was this: kids get bored very easily.


The modern teacher needs to be an excellent entertainer and...

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Published on May 26, 2019 06:19
Sara Biren Sara Biren's blog:

COLD DAY IN THE SUN



ABOUT COLD DAY IN THE SUNHolland Delviss wants to be known for her talent as a hockey player, not a hockey player who happens to be a girl. But when her school team is selected to be featured and televised as part of HockeyFest, her status as the only girl on the boys' team makes her the lead st... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on September 17, 2018 13:30
Idella Breen Idella Breen's blog:

Blood Bound

Chapter 1 Fire & Ice Series Book 1Photo by Feliphe Schiarolli on Unsplash

Cait Fallon, Ms. Fallon to her students, paused before opening the door to her classroom and turned to the transfer student behind her. The girl’s name was Snow Bennett, and like most of the students in her grade, she ha...

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Published on June 16, 2018 03:58
Yann Girard Yann Girard's blog:

More good ideas

The only way to have more good ideas is to not be afraid of having bad ideas.

Because the more ideas you have (no matter whether they're good or bad), the higher the probability that some of them are going to turn out to be good ideas.

Here's the thing...

You might think you know what a good idea...

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Published on May 26, 2019 14:05
Edward F.T. Charfauros Edward F.T. Charfauros's blog:

Self~Empowerment: Today’s Positive Statement- 05/27/19~

Today’s self-empowering statement to positively affect yourself:

Repeat with me: I AM SUCCESS EVERY MOMENT! 

“I am grateful to all those who have provided a great service to my freedom, my benefit, and my livelihood! I am grateful to all those who have supported me, have sacrificed for me, and hav... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 22:33
Scott Allsop Scott Allsop's blog:

27th May 1703: The foundation of St Petersburg by Tsar Peter the Great

In 1703 Peter’s forces captured Swedish possessions at the mouth of the Neva river, and it was here that he laid the foundation stone for the Peter and Paul Fortress on Zayachy ... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 19:05
Jim      Corbett Jim Corbett's blog:

5/27/19 He Never Changes

As the fabric of our society as we know it breaks down, the Word of God and His principles remain the same. He never changes. His standards apply no matter what society might say. As the world adopts movable standards and a sliding scale of morality, God’s ways are steadfast and reliable.

As a hus...

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Published on May 27, 2019 00:30
Larada Horner-Miller Larada Horner-Miller's blog:

Memorial Day or Decoration Day?

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            As a child, we went to the cemetery in Des Moines, New Mexico and met my Mom’s parents on Decoration Day many times. The adults decorated the graves of family members, and we raced around dodging headstones and graves playing with friends. Many families brought picnic lun...

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Published on May 26, 2019 22:48
Ana Galvan Ana Galvan's blog:

Assigment for The Lily, a publication from The Washington Post...



Assigment for The Lily, a publication from The Washington Post that focuses on telling stories about women.

Writer: Caroline Kitchener

Art Director: Ross May. Thanks!

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Published on May 26, 2019 10:31
J.P.   Jackson J.P. Jackson's blog:

Book Review: Conviction by M.D. Neu

Title:  Conviction

Series: A New World

Author: M.D. Neu

Publisher:  NineStar Press

Release Date: March 25, 2019

Heat Level: 0/5

Pairing: Male/Male

Length: 373 pages

Genre: Sci-Fi


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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/44244370-conviction


Synopsis:


A little blue world, the third pla...

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Published on May 26, 2019 21:31
Francisco J. Jariego Francisco J. Jariego's blog:

How to become a space faring civilisation without leaving the armchair

Give me the place to stand, and I shall move the earth About 250 million years hence our solar system will pass into a region of space in which stars are far denser than in our present neighbourhood. Although not more than one in ten thousand is likely to possess planets suitable for colonization... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 11:03
Vital Moreira Vital Moreira's blog:

Euro-eleições 2019 (33): Se todos os "fracassos" fossem assim!

Há quem considere que o alargamento do recenseamento eleitoral a todos os cidadãos portugueses residentes no estrangeiro foi um "fracasso", dada a elevadíssima abstenção verificada - aliás, tradicional entre os emigrantes, por razões óbvias -, como se o recenseamento não fosse um direito e como s... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2019 04:00
Charlie M.P. Charlie M.P.'s blog:

Je veux vous connaître, vous, lecteurs de livres érotiques!

Photo J'ai créé un questionnaire de 10 questions car j'aimerais en savoir un peu plus sur les lecteurs de livres érotiques.
Personne dans mon entourage direct n'en lit et pourtant j'ai des milliards de questions à poser mais celles-ci sont celles qui m'aideraient en tant qu'autrice. Lire des livres éro... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 22:12
Ariëlle Verwey Ariëlle Verwey's blog:

ARIVER Wellness Lifestyle Show: How to overcome chronic health challenges, PMS and more!

Here you’ll learn how to get more out of life with tips, inspiration and guidance on topics related to the Wellthy . Eco . Luxury . Lifestyle™, wellness, fitness, travel and business.





3 Powerful Benefits of GLA for Women’s Health: https://arielleverwey.yourwellnessproject.com/member/discover/articl...

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Published on May 13, 2019 20:33
Courtney Carola Courtney Carola's blog:

you’re in a car with a beautiful girl, and you won’t tell her that you love her. but you love her....

you’re in a car with a beautiful girl, and you won’t tell her that you love her. but you love her. and it feels like that moment in a romantic comedy - you know the one; where everyone knows what’s about to happen except for the two people in the scene, where everyone except for the two people in...

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Published on May 26, 2019 06:36
Justine Laismith Justine Laismith's blog:

Six-year old Left Alone for a Year

Over the last months you must have had a chance to meet up with friends and family. These festive holidays are great for catch-ups and stories. Over the dinner table during one such get-together, I heard this account:


A group of charity workers had found a little boy living on his own. He had a pi...

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Published on May 26, 2019 22:30
Nathan Nobis Nathan Nobis's blog:

Summer Morehouse Classes


Intro to Philosophical Ethics - 42527 - HPHI 302G - 01Associated Term: Summer 2019
Levels: Undergraduate

Morehouse College Campus
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3.000 Credits
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Bookstore(change me)

Scheduled Meeting TimesTypeTimeDaysWhereDate RangeSchedule TypeInstructorsClass10:30 am - 11:50 am... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2019 04:49
Martina Frammartino Martina Frammartino's blog:

Classifiche: 26 maggio 2019

1 (2) Silvia Celani, Ogni piccola cosa interrotta, Garzanti; 2 (1) Andrea Camilleri, Il cuoco dell’Alcyon, Sellerio (prenotazioni, il libro sarà in vendita dal 30 maggio); 3 (3) Stefania Auci, I leoni di Sicilia, Nord; 4 (5) Conchita De Gregorio, … Continua a leggere → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2019 00:11
Kent Wayne Kent Wayne's blog:

The Weekly Update: Echo, Kor’Thank, Musings Volume 2, and the Strained Brains Podcast

Kor’Thank word count:  75,652  Musings, Volume 2:  Musing 437 (out of 700; Musings Volume 2 is musings 350-700), first pass (out of 4).  Thanks to All Who Bought Echo, Musings, or downloaded my podcast!  And BIG THANKS to those who posted positive reviews on Amazon or Goodreads!!!


News:  What up w...

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Published on May 26, 2019 15:30
Jorge García Tamayo Jorge García Tamayo's blog:

Lodos del ayer lejano



Lodos del ayer lejano
El VPH es un virus que se asocia al cáncer del útero. Eso lo sabéis vos, y también sabéis que el VPH es un virus que se transmite por contacto sexual y es así como primohermano del virus causante de las verrugas de la piel, de esas que llaman los cadillos. ¿Me vais siguiendo?... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 08:35
Diandra Linnemann Diandra Linnemann's blog:

Buchmesse Hofheim – über Wachstumsschmerzen und Höflichkeit








Dieses Jahr gucke ich mir ja einige Klein- und Kleinstmessen an, Autorenveranstaltungen, Buchtreffen und überhaupt so Dingsies, auf denen man als Autorin etwas erleben kann.


Gestern war es also die Buchmesse in Hofheim. Vorab hatte ich gehört, die sei eher romance- und erotiklastig, aber die...

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Published on May 26, 2019 10:03
Christopher Kincaid Christopher Kincaid's blog:

Is Being an Otaku Cultural Appropriation?

  Cultural appropriation is the inappropriate borrowing from another culture. Usually, it happens with a culture that has been oppressed in some way. Think about the Native American cultures in North America as an example. But cultural appropriation has a soft line. It’s hard to know when the lin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 26, 2019 06:47
S.T. Sanchez S.T. Sanchez's blog:

June Middle Grade Summer Reading List



 10 Exciting Middle Grade Fiction Novels


If your looking for some new reads to pull your kids away from their electronics this summer, take a look at some of these fun reads.



Cole Randolph was just trying to have a fun time with his friends on Halloween (and maybe get to know Jenna Hunt a little... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on May 27, 2019 02:00
Zachary Braiterman Zachary Braiterman's blog:

(Moshav Me’or Modiim) Charismatic Spiritual Counter-Culture (Shaul Magid)

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(photo credit: Shmuel Silver) I wish he had written a lot more about women, but this piece which you can read here by Shaul Magid is an important bit of spiritual memoir recounting the charismatic spiritual counter-culture of Moshav Me’or Modiim in its heyday in the early 1970s and...

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Published on May 26, 2019 08:07
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