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Eden Baylee Eden Baylee's blog:

Our Shangri-La #MusicMonday

Apologies! I’m late with this post because I’ve lost track of time. I’ve been hanging out in Shangri-La. Okay, it’s my own little hideaway, but it’s pretty idyllic and tranquil. Mark Knopfler’s “Our Shangri-La” came to mind because last week was Summer Solstice, and on that day, contractors compl...

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Published on June 24, 2019 20:41
Marc A. Pitman Marc A. Pitman's blog:

Are your donors missing the picture?

When you send an email, are your donors missing the picture? Seriously. Many may not have images automatically open. So all you get it a weird blank space. And possibly some words.


Those words are the "alt" text. When you add an image to an email or web page, most programs allow you to fill fields...

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Published on June 24, 2019 07:59
T.E. Shepherd T.E. Shepherd's blog:

“Since the reduction of shipping trade between England and the Far East, and the flooded plantations, the traditional British beverage had become increasingly hard to come by. Chloë was used to nettle brews; on her arrival at college she had found a caddy

“Since the reduction of shipping trade between England and the Far East, and the flooded plantations, the traditional British beverage had become increasingly hard to come by. Chloë was used to nettle brews; on her arrival at college she had found a caddy of tea made from oak leaves.” #tea

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Published on June 24, 2019 13:34
Jim Berkin Jim Berkin's blog:

Adventures At Costco

First, I found three dollars, rolled up, on the floor in one of the aisles.





HELL YEAH!





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Then on my way out, I stopped to inspect a model of an induction range they had on display. Interesting technology, but certainly pricey at over two grand (and I didn’t find that much on the floor).





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Published on June 24, 2019 16:23
A. Kadir Jasin A. Kadir Jasin's blog:

Anjakan Besar Ke Arah Penubuhan Majlis Media Malaysia


A Kadir Jasin
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيم
MUKHADIMAH : Pandangan yang terkandung dalam tulisan ini adalah pandangan peribadi saya. Saya menulis dalam kapasiti saya sebagai seorang blogger. Ia tiada kena mengena dengan apa-apa jawatan yang mungkin saya pegang.
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Published on June 24, 2019 21:31
Rob Smyth Rob Smyth's blog:

England v Australia: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Cricket World Cup pdates from the match at Lord’sVic Marks book extract: my surreal time with TMSAny thoughts? Email or tweet @mike_hytner

9.05am BST

Hello and welcome. Sydney calling first up to set the scene ahead of today’s hugely-anticipated meeting at Lord’s, before handing over to London f...

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Published on June 25, 2019 01:30
Niamh Murphy Niamh Murphy's blog:

5 Places to Get PermaFree Lesbian Books (Without Using Pirate Sites)

If you are looking to get your hands on some of the best lesbian fiction books around, completely free, then look no further! I’m about to show you 5 great places you can get your hands on permafree lesbian books.

Permafree books are simply books that are permanently free. As an author myself, I k...

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Published on June 24, 2019 08:42
Matthew Arnold Stern Matthew Arnold Stern's blog:

We will be judged

When I last visited Freiburg, Germany five years ago, I went to the Augustiner Museum. One of the things I saw there was this photo from the RAF bombing of the city on November 27, 1944. The raid destroyed several neighborhoods, killed 2,797 people, and injured approximately 9,000 more. When I lo... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 23, 2019 12:26
Elizabeth Seckman Elizabeth Seckman's blog:




Sarah Andrews is one smart cookie. She’s a top-notch attorney, educated at Stanford and freshly fired from one the best legal firms in Indiana. Her love/win record is 0-3 and as she approaches her thirtieth birthday, she decides she needs a quiet, safe place to regroup. She decides to go home to... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 03, 2019 03:00
Marc Weidenbaum Marc Weidenbaum's blog:

This Is a Third Test

We’ll see how this test goes. Like the previous ones, it’ll get deleted.

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Published on June 24, 2019 18:37
Dianna Booher Dianna Booher's blog:

Does Your Body Language Sabotage or Support Your Message?

body language(This article first appeared on CommPRO.com.) The perception of “personal presence” dictates decisions and actions every day. People with presence […] Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 18:00
Holly  Young Holly Young's blog:

Down This Road- Book Trailer

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Published on February 05, 2013 12:43
Deborah  Carney Deborah Carney's blog:

Featured Free Book: Diagnostic & Prescriptive Judgment Enforcement: The New Model for Judgment Recovery by Joe Dickerson

Featured Free Book: Book is free from 06/24/2019 until 06/28/2019 If the dates are the same, book is free one day only.


About the Book


This book examines why there continues to be an 80% failure rate in enforcing judgments in the U.S. It reviews what judgment creditors and their attorneys con...

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Published on June 25, 2019 00:22
C.M. Simpson C.M. Simpson's blog:

Tuesday's Short - Luck Among Servants

This week’s short story takes us from the science fiction story of a pilot whose ship crashes through the vortex into another dimension to the fantasy tale of a very lucky servant. Welcome to Luck Among Servants.
I’d always considered myself one of the lucky ones, lucky that the slavers had tak... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 11:30
Chynna T. Laird Chynna T. Laird's blog:

Music Mantra Monday ~ I am A Warrior



Oh, wow. It has been awhile, hasn't it?

I am usually very diligent with my blog and my writing but sometimes...just from time to time...life kicks you in the butt to remind you of the ups and downs it intends for you.

This past week was tough. I mean, I had my kids. I got to enjoy a few outings. Bu... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 15:02
Tom Rapsas Tom Rapsas's blog:

The Easy Guide to Starting Your Own Spiritual Practice

Are you “spiritual-but-not-religious”? You’re in good company, as it’s now the fastest growing “religious” affiliation in the US. I recently came across a great definition of what being a member of this group means, via the Rev. Jody McDevitt of First Presbyterian Church in Bozeman, Montana: They... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 17:36
Nicola Claire Nicola Claire's blog:

Here It Is, My Lovelies!

 COVER REVEAL | COVER REVEAL | COVER REVEAL Woohoo! Here it is, my lovelies! The cover for SIZZLING SUMMER, book two in the SUMMER O’DARE MYSTERIES. This book is up now in my Writer’s Cave and if you’ve been paying attention, you’ll note that the Instagram reposts to Facebook at the moment have W... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 15:54
Tyler Jolley Tyler Jolley's blog:

Today we're excited about the new print release of the f...





Today we're excited about the new print release of the final book in The Nightmusic Trilogy by Heather McKenzie! Rhapsody is now available in print on all online retailers. Grab a copy or Rhapsody today! If you haven't ordered the print edition of the first two novels, now's the time. These gor... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 14:54
Paolo Nori Paolo Nori's blog:

Anteprima Autori in prestito


In un libro di Giorgio Agamben che si intitola Il fuoco e il racconto si legge che l’arte non rende visibile l’invisibile, rende visibile il visibile. In quello stesso libro Agamben consiglia ai librai e a quelli che si occupano di libri di smetterla di “guardare alle infami, sì, infami classi...

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Published on June 24, 2019 16:29
Jessica  Ross Jessica Ross's blog:

Nobody Has To Know

My book is newly published and released to the public. For those who have purchased it already…..thank you. Let me know what you think about the book. Please…be honest.

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Published on June 12, 2012 09:52
Jenelle Schmidt Jenelle Schmidt's blog:

Summer School – Self Publishing 101

Summer School Graphic 2019

Good morning, class! School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn anything at all in between our trips to the pool and time out in the garden and bike rides and baseball games and running around in the back yard catching fireflies!


Welcome to Summer School!


I have recen...

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Published on June 24, 2019 05:00
Vivian Kirkfield Vivian Kirkfield's blog:

Cover Reveal: SUPERHEROES DON’T BABYSIT

Earlier this month I visited several elementary schools in the Chicagoland suburbs and one of the questions the kids asked me was: ARE YOU GOING TO WRITE A BOOK ABOUT A SUPERHERO? Well, I haven’t…but my dear friend, author Amber … Continue reading → Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 24, 2019 03:00
Dean M. Brenner Dean M. Brenner's blog:

The Accountability Partner

We heard a great idea from a workshop participant last week. During a two-day class on Executive Presence, one of the participants mentioned his plan for skill development after the class was over. And in particular, he said something fascinating… he mentioned working closely with his “accountabi...

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Published on June 24, 2019 04:45
Sheron Long Sheron Long's blog:

The Art of Travel: Paris Gardens

The art of the Paris rose garden
© Meredith Mullins


Taking Time to Smell the Roses

Julia Child. Arthur Rimbaud. Queen Elizabeth. Barbra Streisand. Elvis. Desdemona. Guy Savoy.


What do these characters have in common? Are they a guest list for an interesting other worldly dinner party?


Hot Chocolat...

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Published on June 24, 2019 03:00
Nancy Jardine Nancy Jardine's blog:

Coming soon!

Not long now till it's my turn to interview on the #HistoricalWriters'Forum Blog Hop. Come back on Wednesday 26th and meet Paul - he's quite a character!



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Published on June 24, 2019 10:05
Al   Stone Al Stone's blog:

Cover Reveal - QUASI REDUX by Christina Bauer




QUASI REDUX (Angelbound Origins, #8) Author: Christina BauerPublished by: Monster House BooksPublication Date: Fall 2020Genre: YA Fantasy / Paranormal
Book Description:Myla Lewis has her life back. Wife. Mother. Queen. Great Scala. Queen of the Thrax. Yay! Then one day, Myla runs across a supern... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on June 25, 2019 01:00
Jonathan Lockwood Huie Jonathan Lockwood Huie's blog:

Embrace Change, Spread Your Wings


Without change, there would be no butterflies.
- Anonymous

The challenge before us is to savor the unknown
and delight in the taste of possibility.
- Mary Anne Radmacher

Change always comes bearing gifts.
- Price Pritchett

There is no certainty; there is only adventure.
- Roberto Assagioli

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Published on June 24, 2019 21:08
Mark S. Weiner Mark S. Weiner's blog:

E. B. White and International Law

For those of you interested in Charlotte’s Web and Stuart Little, my article “Talking Animals and the Internationalist Liberal Imagination: The Case of E. B. White” has just been published in the Swedish law journal Juridisk Publikation. You can find the article here. The article draws on a serie...

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Published on June 24, 2019 13:23
Mar Goizueta Mar Goizueta's blog:

La sonrisa maldita

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Published on June 25, 2019 01:29
Marcel van Marrewijk Marcel van Marrewijk's blog:

Laagdrempelig ondernemen bij SpareSpace

SpareSpace is een bedrijfsverzamelgebouw dat laagdrempelig ondernemen voor starters stimuleert. Dat doen ze door verschillende opties in pakketvorm aan te bieden. Huur een werkplek, vergaderruimte, kantoor, of desnoods het hele pand, inclusief kennis en diensten. En dat alles onder één dak. 


Nia...

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Published on June 24, 2019 09:01
Mark Sisson Mark Sisson's blog:

Primal+Keto Cooking Made Easy: Lemony Asparagus

Asparagus has always been one of my favorite vegetables. With great fiber content and a unique taste, it’s a go-to for my Primal and keto meals. Another plus: it’s simple to prepare. That said, however, it does take a bit of precision. The best way I’ve found to prepare asparagus is roasting, and...

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Published on June 24, 2019 09:13
Jeremy  Dean Jeremy Dean's blog:

The Reason New Information Is So Addictive (M)

Our brains crave information in the same way as food and money.


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Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion
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Published on June 24, 2019 08:30
Jacquee Kahn Jacquee Kahn's blog:

Best Advice Ever

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Published on June 01, 2018 13:47
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