The Deadliest Game by H. E. Joyce is a thriller about the recently remarried therapist Laura Mitchell and her deadly entanglement with a revengeful person from her past. Laura has moved to the small seaside town of Brooksville with her eight-year-old son Jody after recovering from the tragic circumstances of her first marriage. She meets…

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LitaBurke
2 days ago

It's sweet, it's simple, and one half of that [or the] sandwich synonymous with childhood: Jelly. The problem is, it's not all that nutritious, but with my easy to make recipe, it can be pretty healthy and damn tasty to boot. Did I mention there's no added pectin?

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lesleyrozycki
2 days ago

I recently learned that Austin's (Texas) unofficial motto is "Keep Austin Weird" which completely intrigued me since, for me, the weirder the better. So when we visited my parents over the holidays in Eastern Texas, we decided to make the drive to Austin to see all the Texan weirdness.

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AWEshop
2 days ago

I know we're all supposed to be busting out our fall, full-of-pumpkin recipes right now, but today I just really wanted good old chocolate and peanut butter. And I decided if I was going to go for it, I was really going to go for it. So I started brainstorming and came up with a peanut butter cup and Oreo dirt cake. It's full of sugar and awesome peanut butter flavor. It's basically four layers of deliciousness.

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Trish1981
2 days ago

Obama doesn't know. And most of all, McCain, Cheney and Graham don't know. There is, however, a difference. People like Wally, Obama and most everyone else admit to being confused and conflicted. "But those who know the least," according to Wally, "seem to have the loudest and most confident voices." Yet despite all of their previous failures, like Herpes Syndrome, they keep coming back to distract and annoy.

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wjl45
2 days ago
Business
Mistake = Opportunity

I wanted to start blogging with a piece of advice I consider really important for businesses, as it's the fact of turning a mistake the company has made into an opportunity to fix it, giving the customer something valuable and unexpected for him.

To understand this better, I'm going to present an example of a real case that I listened to a while ago:

A father planned, in detail, a trip to DisneyWorld (Orlando) to celebrate the birthday of his little daughter.

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Alsoro
2 days ago

When he met him at eight years old, Bob Bowman knew he had a champion-in-the-making on his hands. Twenty one years later, Michael Phelps would become the most decorated Olympian of all time, winning 22 medals (including 18 gold) and, at the 2008 Olympics, becoming the world record holder for the for most first place [...]

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SamDaviesCoach
3 days ago

Delicious bite-sized sweet treats, with a hint of peppermint, packed full of fibre, antioxidants, calcium, essential amino acids and a source of vitamins and minerals.There are just so many good things to say about bliss balls. There is the endless possibility for creating different combinations and flavours. They don't require any baking or lengthy prep…

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thetofudiaries
3 days ago

Let’s be honest, the sex comedy genre is full of easy pickings and lowbrow jokes. Most sex comedies feature staple cliches like the horny jocks, pimply virgins, scenes of accidental (and deliberate) nudity, disasters in the bedroom and lots of raunchy escapades. Although some movies play around with the formula, the focus is always on sex – and lots of it. However, while most sex comedies don’t set the bar very high and are happy to stumble between nude scenes and sex jokes with the flimsiest of plots holding it all together, some are actually worth watching for more than just the T & A.

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hqonly
4 days ago
VIB Health
Working With Depression

My Dilemma With Working With Depression
I haven’t worked in nearly eight years. I’m not happy about, or sad about – it just is. Well, that’s not entirely true. I do occasionally miss being in the workforce. I miss spending time with co-workers. I miss being productive, but right now is not the time for that. I guess I am productive, very productive actually, just not in the traditional sense. Both my pdoc and my therapist agree that I’m not ready to return to work. I hesitantly agree with them. Those who see me may wonder what the problem is. I certainly seem capable. However, they don’t see the days where depression has dragged down into deep dark pits of despair and I can barely get out of bed, much less leave the house. When I’m hypomanic, (a milder form of mania) I’m more able to hide what I’m going through, but I get disoriented easily, confused and always aware a big crash is on the way.

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bradley
4 days ago