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19 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

Happy Day! Merry Christmas! Joyeux Noël! My new release is ready!  Who’s the perfect match for a flame-haired Welsh tomboy who loves driving wagons?  Join Robyn Llewellyn & Max Peregrine this Christmas in Noelle, Colorado and find out!  🎁 * READ on Amazon US | UK | CA | AUS and Kindle Unlimited * 🎁 ( print book coming […]

19 Dec 18
alwaysbooking

              <Goodreads>                           <Amazon>                              <Barnes & Noble> Hardcover, First Edition, 390 pages Published October 2nd 2018 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers Original Title Dry […]

17 Dec 18
Solar Quotes Blog

CleanCo, Queensland’s new publicly owned renewables and low-emissions electricity generator, officially became an entity at midnight on Sunday.

17 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

In January and February, I enjoyed catching up on writing a Story Inspiration page to go with each of my books—and then sharing all of those pages here on my blog. So for my upcoming new release, Robyn: A Christmas Bride, I thought I’d share its Story Inspiration page here BEFORE the story is released—in just a […]

16 Dec 18
Mermaidery

If your dry lips have to go easy and fast, just use a little bit of olive oil! You’ll see it makes your lips nice and smooth instantly.

15 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

For my December blog with the Cowboy Kisses group, I wrote about my upcoming Christmas release, a novel titled Robyn: A Christmas Bride. You can read the first part below or CLICK HERE to go directly to the Cowboy Kisses blog and read the entire post. ~ * ~ In September, I wrote a blog for […]

14 Dec 18
WPMT FOX43

[ooyala player_id=”b4e1f6aa8f3147189a3fe75aa0a86854″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”YzYjUyOnsWvNjLI0vbZPZLeDfuS9″ code=”JsNHh1ZzE6sqGaMOz5x_4Hx9cTbozYeL”] COLUMBIA FALLS, MAINE — This Saturday, volunteers will lay over 2 millions wreaths on veterans’ graves throughout the country. Behind every wreath, there’s a tree; now, there are some special honoring veterans and their families from our area. FOX43’s Grace Griffaton traveled to Columbia Falls, Maine to find out […]

13 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

Who’s next on my North of the Border guest blog series? Today we have Yvonne Rediger, author of The VIC Shapeshifter series! Where does Yvonne get her inspiration? How is Canada part of that inspiration? Read on and see… ~ * ~ I was born in southern Saskatchewan but moved with my family ‘North of the 56 Parallel’ […]

12 Dec 18
Laurent Law Blog

Everyone thought 2017 was the year of dramatic changes to the immigration field with the introduction of major adjustments to the Essential Skills Work Visa and Skilled Migrant Residence Visa Categories. But looking back at all the changes introduced to date, I would say 2018 was equally busy with policy shifts that took effect right […]

10 Dec 18
Professor Ramos' Blog

FDA Approves CBD Drug Epidiolex   This video titled “FDA Approves CBD Drug Epidiolex” by Dean, from the YouTube channel called CBD School, was very informational and easy to understand and I gave it 8 out of 10 stars. It informs the viewer that a new cannabidiol (CBD) based medicine derived from the marijuana plant […]

10 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

My Christmas novel ROBYN: A CHRISTMAS BRIDE will be very releasing soon. While I’m waiting for feedback from editors, beta readers, and the Noelle authors (because I used 27 of their characters—and they need to check if I portrayed them all accurately in our shared world of Noelle, Colorado), I’m now writing my book blurb and […]

10 Dec 18
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the Christmas promotions and if you did not see the original post then here it is: https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2018/11/10/smorgasbord-blog-magazine-christmas-author-and-blog-promotions-2018-its-party-time-again/ Here are the books that have been featured so far in the Christmas promotions in case you missed some. All the active authors in the Cafe and Bookstore will be featured all through this next week… […]

09 Dec 18
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

This week has certainly flown by with a few Mary Poppins moments with umbrellas in the rain and high winds. Just as well I have not got rid of that excess stone I was planning on misplacing before Christmas! Do not take this as a free pass to do what you like eating wise over […]

09 Dec 18
Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Time for more gift ideas from the Cafe and Bookstore and today novels that I have read and reviewed this year, that I can highly recommend. The first author is Claire Fullerton, and her latest release Mourning Dove. About Mourning Dove “An accurate and heart-wrenching picture of the sensibilities of the American South.” Kirkus Book […]

06 Dec 18
Jacqui Nelson

Who’s next on my North of the Border guest blog series? Today we have Bonnie Edwards, author of No-So-Blue Christmas! Where does Bonnie get her inspiration? How is Canada part of that inspiration? Read on and see… ~ * ~ Thank you for inviting me to share some memories of life in Canada. This time, we visit the […]

05 Dec 18
DigameXtra

Welcome to DigameXtra ! The content of this blog site comes from its subscribers/followers but is subject to editing at the Editor’s discretion. The Editor is Naythan. *Subscribe/follow to receive daily issues by email and gain submitting privileges. *By making a submission you are indicating you have read and agree to follow the rules. *Submissions […]

04 Dec 18
Peace Policy

Louise Olsson and Madhav Joshi To determine the quality of peace, it is important to evaluate if men and women experience the same peace process differently. As recently stated by the UN Secretary General, the systematic monitoring of peace agreement implementation is fundamental to the strength and durability of peace. We argue that this means […]