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K. Morris K. Morris's blog:

Conservatives Speak of Radical Change

Conservatives speak of radical change,
Whilst Socialists say
Everything will stay
The same,
For that is the Conservative way.

And perhaps some long dead Tory squire,
bemused and confused,
By this desire
For change,
Turns in his sleep
And mutters,
“I thought Conservatives where there To keep
Thin...

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Published on December 15, 2019 07:29
Frank M. Victoria Frank M. Victoria's blog:

Prose Elegy Vickery John B

Prose Elegy Vickery John B
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Published on December 15, 2019 15:12
Betsy Bird Betsy Bird's blog:

31 Days, 31 Lists: 2019 Poetry Books

Again, I must assure you that in spite of the length of today’s list, I did not include every poetry book I saw this year. Is it my fault that there were so many good ones to pick and choose between? The sheer variety is enough to turn your head. We’ve classic poets re-illustrated, first timers,...

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Published on December 15, 2019 21:01
L.R. David L.R. David's blog:

The write stuff

I wanted this blog to be about writing, so I thought I would share how I came to write my first book.


In July I left work after being made redundant. I had wanted to write a book since I can remember, and I finally had some spare time, I thought, to have a go.


I have notes on a novel I have been wo...

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Published on October 19, 2012 03:08
S.M. Stevens S.M. Stevens's blog:

HAHG Review: "A timely book for the #MeToo age"

Authors know that no book appeals to everyone, and that not every reader will enjoy our books. So it’s extremely gratifying when a reader “gets it” — not only enjoying and appreciating the story, but understanding 100% what you were trying to say and why you said it and wrote it the way you did.





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Published on December 15, 2019 15:01
Kathy Hester Kathy Hester's blog:

Spiralized Vegan Latkes with Red Cabbage and Apple

These spiralized vegan latkes will be the hit of your holidays. They have potato but my vegan latke recipe adds in cabbage and apples too. Plus it gives you an excuse to use your spiralizer!

Spiralized Vegan Latkes with Red Cabbage and Apple

Vegan Potato Latkeshave always been a favorite of mine. I love the traditional Jewish ones, but they al...

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Published on December 15, 2019 19:54
Ανδρέας Καπανδρέου Ανδρέας Καπανδρέου's blog:

Τεταρτημόρια: ποιητική συλλογή του Πασχάλη Κατσίκα


«Τεταρτημόρια» ονομάζεται η ποιητική συλλογή του Πασχάλη Κατσίκα.Κάποια από τα 54 ποιήματα της συλλογής δημοσιεύτηκαν αρχικά σε ηλεκτρονικά και έντυπα περιοδικά. Τα ποιήματα της συλλογής είναι γραμμένα με συναίσθημα και η λυρικότητα. Στη θεματολογία κυριαρχεί ο έρωτας και ο θάνατος, δύο συστατι... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2019 21:00
Aaron Elson Aaron Elson's blog:

Hill 122 Part 8: "It says here hand to hand combat ... that's me."


Many podcasts have background music. In this and a couple of other episodes, the background music is provided by a radio or TV playing in the next room. It's annoying, but only a minor distraction from the compelling events being described. In Part 8 of the Hill 122 series, you'll hear from Micha...

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Published on December 15, 2019 10:52
Olga Núñez Miret Olga Núñez Miret's blog:

#Bookreview #DOVERONE (A DOVER MYSTERY BOOK 1) by Joyce Porter (@farragobooks) A satirical vintage cozy mystery with an awfully funny (anti) hero #mystery

Hi all: I bring you something a bit old today but wickedly funny. Dover One (A Dover Mystery Book 1) by Joyce Porter Detective Chief Inspector Wilfred Dover is the most idle and avaricious hero in all of crime fiction. Why should he even be bothered to solve the case? For its own very good
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Published on December 15, 2019 15:05
Darvin Babiuk Darvin Babiuk's blog:

Red Gold: Alan Furst

Furst and David Downing are masters of the atmospheric spy/war novels set in the pre- and WWII Europe most of us have forgotten, but was less than a hundred years ago.


Masterful. Hopefully, not prescient, given the collapse of the current socio-economic order that has kept the peace there since th...

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Published on December 15, 2019 10:48
Jeffrey Hite Jeffrey Hite's blog:

Going on a little Road trip out west

While I am out of town for business, I decided it would be fun to go on a little road trip. It didn’t turn out the way I had hoped but still had a pretty good time. Background Music “Ever Mindful” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License http://c... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2019 06:32
John Janaro John Janaro's blog:

Here Comes Saint... Ummm.... Y'know!

Here's the scoop for this day of the year (and, yes, we still do it!
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Published on December 06, 2019 14:42
Crystal Cierlak Crystal Cierlak's blog:

ornament

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Published on December 16, 2019 00:00
Martin  Shaw Martin Shaw's blog:

Goodbye Corbyn, destroyed by the Brexit he evaded

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In the German film Goodbye Lenin, a loyal supporter of East Germany’s Stalinist regime goes into a coma before the fall of the Berlin Wall and when she comes round, her son goes to extraordinary lengths to pretend that nothing has changed. In the story of the British Labour Party sin... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 16, 2019 01:32
Travis Mamone Travis Mamone's blog:

Achat Quincaillerie Pour Etabli

Plans Pour Etabli De Style Roubo Et Composants Pour Presses Quincaillerie Etabli Etagere Etabli Table De Travail Plan Travail Paroi Perforee Tiroir Atelier Meuble Outil Pied Support Pour Etabli Sur Mesure X1 Achat Vente Etabli D Atelier Avec Panneau A Outils Construction En Acier Et Bois Avec Tir... Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2019 23:04
Greta Buckle Greta Buckle's blog:

Chicken Patty Recipe

So my husband and I enjoy making homemade chicken patties or nuggets for our family that are free of lots of preservatives, but still want to enjoy old fashioned chicken patties or chicken nuggets with your kids or for yourself without hitting the frozen food section.


I grew up in the frozen food...

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Published on December 15, 2019 13:20
Dag Öhrlund Dag Öhrlund's blog:

Julsaga: Ewert Truut och Tomtens bekymmer





Ewert Truut fimpade cigarretten och hällde upp ett glas whisky. När han gick genom vardagsrummet fram till fönstren noterade han att Alice Capone och Neger-Joe hade krupit ihop tillsammans i den stora, mjuka kattkorgen.





Alice sov. Neger-Joe spann.





Bra.





Ewert tittade ut över Vasaparken och Odengatan....

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Published on December 15, 2019 06:01
Ryan Kulp Ryan Kulp's blog:

NYPD Ride-Along

New Yorkers are entitled to 4 hours per year with the NYPD.


the application lets you specify a borough, so naturally i chose the Bronx. i want to see s*** go down, not tourists jay walking in Times Square.


NYPD Ride Along Borough Selection


on February 28, 2014, i went to the 49th Precinct in Pelham Bay.


NYPD Ride Along location in the Bronx


after waiting 30-40 minut...

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Published on December 15, 2019 20:42
D. Moonfire D. Moonfire's blog:

Lexember 16 - Hissan - clitici

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This is the third year I'm participating in Lexember, a month-long challenge to come up with a new word a day for one of my conlangs. This year, I'm doing Hissan, a recent I've started working on for my development of the United Hidanork Tribes (UHT).


Like every other year, I'm als...

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Published on December 15, 2019 16:00
Melanie Robertson-King Melanie Robertson-King's blog:

Silver Badge “Recommended Read”

Wow! I’m so excited. YESTERDAY TODAY ALWAYS won a Silver Badge “Recommended Read” in the Author Shout Reader Ready Awards!


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Isn’t it gorgeous? It looks even better on the cover, don’t you think?


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I must admit, I didn’t think I won anything because the email didn’t come in early this morning, like...

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Published on December 15, 2019 12:13
Bradley A. Johnson Bradley A. Johnson's blog:

Some keep the Sabbath going to Church —

Out walking the dog this morning, I thought about the church across the street from our building and reflected on how totally absent church has become from my life — even as an absence. For a long time, probably longer than I like to admit, not going to church felt like a positive act, and Sunday...

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Published on December 15, 2019 07:39
Rosie Amber Rosie Amber's blog:

Rosie’s #Bookreview Team #RBRT Drama INVISIBLE, AS MUSIC by Caren J. Werlinger

Today’s team review is from Olga, she blogs here https://www.authortranslatorolga.com Olga has been reading Invisible, As Music by Caren J. Werlinger This is the second book by this author I read (you can read my review of When the Stars … Continue reading Read more of this blog post »
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Published on December 15, 2019 18:00
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