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Friday, April 14, 2017

#AtoZChallenge - 4-15-2017 - Letter M



Welcome to the 2017 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge.

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Letter M:

291 comments:

  1. Rob Z Tobor
    Mermaids, Monsters and Mythical Beasts.

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  2. Hello Fellow A to Zers! Here is the latest installment of my ongoing fiction.
    Name: Marquessa Matthews
    Blog: Simply Marquessa
    A to Z Theme: Hawaii
    Letter M: Malasadas "Galen shifted closer and softly dusted off my cheek with his thumb. My body jolted at the touch of his fingertips on my skin and I found myself placing my hand over his to stop him. Without thinking, I gently parted my mouth and slowly licked my lips, taking his thumb into my mouth..."
    Link: http://marquessamatthews.com/2017/04/14/malasadas/
    MALASADAS

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  3. Day 13 - Moon - http://go.shr.lc/2pBspOi

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  4. My THEME for the A to Z challenge 2017 is an ongoing speculative fiction story featuring telepathy.
    Each letter post is titled and inspired by a commonly misused word or phrase.

    M= Memento

    J -- Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer

    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com

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  5. Hello fellow AtoZ Challenge participants!
    Blogging about chronic health issues, patient self-advocacy and empowerment.
    Today's post is about The Mask We Show Others
    @TupeakHope

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  6. Have you ever traveled to Mount Rushmore?! I want to hear your opinions.

    Mount Rushmore

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    1. Hank is here:
      http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2017/04/lesson-learnt-next-time-not-to-bother.html

      Hank

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  8. M is for Magic

    What you think. Do you believe in magic??

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    1. I'm married to a third generation magician, so yes I do. :)

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  9. Snippets from the life of Martha Sarah Ellis.
    M is for Mortuary Photo
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    Sandra, Aspiring family historian, fellow participant in the #AtoZchallenge

    Sandra's Ancestral Research Journal

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  10. Link: #AtoZChallenge M for Map – Charles Booth Poverty Maps
    Name: Fran
    Blog: TravelGenee
    Theme: Sharing Family History via #GenealogyPhotoADay

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  11. Today's post on Spies and Spying is... M is for Herbert Dyce Murphy, Aussie "lady" spy, sailor, Antarctic explorer... Go read it! M Is For Herbert Dyce Murphy

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  12. Theme: My memories of life on the farm in the 50s and 60s
    Letter M Making merry, mud and other muck
    Carmel | Earlier Years

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  13. My theme is Strange Feelings possibly fake words to describe things we all feel. M is for Mal De Coucou

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  14. FLASH FICTION - 200 WORD STORIES - M

    We all need a giggle now and again and Amble Bay's the place to enjoy one! Today I'm telling you about our May Fair

    Amble Bay's May Fair

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  15. Double astronomy bonus today to celebrate half-way through:

    M is for Moon
    -and-
    M is for Mars.

    Admit it, these two have fascinated our imaginations for centuries.

    Did You Know...
    Mars is the only known planet entirely inhabited by robots?

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  16. MARINER
    The Master Mariner is proving elusive in my search for the truth. Fact or Fiction-Family Stories.

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  17. Name: Julie
    Blog: Reading Life
    Theme: Books, Books and More Books!
    Letter M: McCaffrey

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  18. Mirror sestet from me today :)
    https://ladyleemanilablog.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/m-is-for-mirror-sestet/

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  19. Summer brings mangoes and mangoes bring with them... memories. Enjoy sweet and sour Mango Memorieswith us today!
    Congratulations to all fellow bloggers, participating "A to Z challenge" , as we have completed half of our journey together.
    Wish you all a very happy week end!
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    Team MocktailMommmies
    Collage Of Life

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  20. Each day I’m doing a post of random topics based on homeschooling files I’m going through and decluttering.

    Today’s topics: Maple Syrup, Martin Luther King, Jr; and Migration.

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  21. Half way there and I'm giving up on trying to create a clickable link
    https://bobscotney.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/a-z-challenge-2017-houses-some-real_15.html
    M for Manabilly, Manderley and du Maurier

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  22. Mother India Temple in Benares
    Halfway into the challenge, so proud to still be at it with my travel tales

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  23. http://uniquelymaladjustedbutfun.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-make-sure-your-taxes-are.html

    Make sure your taxes are filed or you will sink like the Titanic!

    The holidays of April is my theme.

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  24. We talk of gender equality, respect, pay parity and all those big things. What about the basic usual stuff? Why does menstruation have to be such a big deal?
    M for May I?

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  25. Hi all,
    Blog:radhikasreflection.wordpress.com
    Theme: Kaleidoscope of thoughts
    Letter M -Music

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  26. It was one of those parenting moments where I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry so instead I scratched my head while my inside voice whispered, "what the f*ck!"

    M for Magic Mike
    Shari

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  27. M is for More. I am using Amy Krouse Rosenthal's "Encyclopedia of Me" to journal dailt. She has inspired this post especially.

    https://beverleyabaird.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/blogging-a-to-z-m-for-mor/

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  28. My M post is here! It is a little reminder in with a story from my childhood. :)
    Memento Mori
    Cheers!

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  29. Good (very early) morning :)

    My M-post is a short musing on Mindfulness

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  30. May I make a small suggestion for next year? I haven't done this before, officially, anyway... So I'm finding the daily routine fiddly and time consuming. That doesn't matter so much now, as I'm on holidays, but next week I return to work. I like to do my posts in advance, saving them in draft form till the time comes to post them. Sunday, for example, I can prepare about three posts. But each day I have to return to this site BEFORE posting, collect the letter of the day, return to my draft to add it, post, create my clickable link, then back to this site to add my post to the comments. If you would consider putting together all the letters next time, those of us who prepare posts in advance could save them and only have to visit this site once.

    Just a suggestion. I have been enjoying this!

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    1. This is a great idea for next year! I wrote all my posts in advance (like as soon as I heard about this challenge) and just saved them all in a folder on my desktop. So now I have to wait till the letter of the day badge is posted here, come get it, go to my blog, add my entry for the day with the day's badge, then come back here to post my link. If I could get all the letters at once, then all I'd have to come here for every day would be to post my link, and to find other people's links that aren't showing up on a daily basis in my emails. But I'm loving this too, I'm even trying to think of something to do next month to keep this momentum going (this is the most I've ever posted on my blog, other than book reviews and a couple mini-rants). I have so many writing prompts saved on Pinterest that I haven't used yet, so earlier I was thinking I could use some of those, write little one-shots or longer stories or whatever, and start posting them every day. Or do what someone else on here's been doing, use a random word generator, then free write till I run out of ideas.

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    2. I'm puzzled by this. I saved all the letters from a to z before revealing my theme (which was only two days before the challenge began, granted). I uploaded them all to my blog's library before starting to write the posts. I'm not sure where I got them from, but it must have been somewhere on this site.

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    3. Sue, it's actually quite simple. It's the same link every day, except the date and the letter which you can just replace for each individual post, do you know what I mean?
      So for Monday the link is going to be
      http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-4-17-2017-letter-n.html

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  31. Today's post from Chaoticsoulzzz is a short poem on Mothers...

    Maa

    Chaoticsoulzzz

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  32. Saraallie
    Blog: Sara Writes
    Theme: All About Sara’s Baked Creations ~ My Obsession With Baking
    M&M Fun Cookies

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  33. Today we discuss the Meyers-Briggs test results of me, the owner and proprietor of the Wolf of Words blog. Get a disturbing look into my psyche.

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  34. Name: Linda Stewart
    Blogs at QP & EYE
    A-Z Theme: Values
    Letter M: Meaningful Work
    Meaningful Work

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  35. Vanessa @Vanessence

    My "theme" - A Thirty-Word Story, revealing one word of the story each day of the challenge.
    #AtoZChallenge The Letter M

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  36. In any endeavor mastery is the goal we all strive to attain. Stop by and check out today's post for the Letter M is for Masterful

    Jo Hawk The Writer

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  37. Mornings leading to Murmurations
    Lynnelives, random, eclectic
    Theme:Gardening, Lynne style

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  38. Name: Mary Burris
    Blog: Jingle Jangle Jungle
    Theme: #AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits
    http://www.jinglejanglejungle.net/2017/04/atozchallenge-botb-m-is-for.html
    #AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits - M and Battle of the Bands!

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  39. Hiya - now we're into Markets for British Rare Breeds ...

    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/m-is-for-melton-mowbray-market-national.html

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  40. My name is Narinder and my blog is titled "Create Your Best"
    My 13th post of AtoZ challenge is M is for MINDFULNESS

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  41. Name - Lancelot Quadras
    Blog - One Mind, A Million Thoughts
    Theme - Weird Words
    Link - M is for Molochize

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  42. Name: Iain Kelly
    Blog: Iain Kelly Writing

    M is for Moon Halfway in my detective story.

    Catch up here: Previous Installments

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  44. https://akkaacerbic.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/m-mango-dal

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  45. M entry https://kim153.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/monkeys-vervet-atozchallege-m

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  46. Dessert with M. http://asliverofmoonbeam.blogspot.in/2017/04/m-malpoa-atozchallenge.html

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  47. M is for Maternal. One need not be a mother to have love and compassion in their heart. My microfiction about the same.
    Maternal

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  48. Today on my A-Z of my Favourite Things, M is for Museums.
    Hope you have a good weekend! :)

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  49. Hank is here:
    M for Messed up Badly in the Quest to be healthy
    http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2017/04/lesson-learnt-next-time-not-to-bother.html

    Hank

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  50. I'm blogging the letter M.
    Today's M is: M&M's Candy

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  51. New word with M: Mellisonant https://ipsitabanerjee.com/2017/04/15/m-mellisonant-atozchallenge/

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  52. My M-post (adult content) - http://rebelsnotes.com/2017/04/moaning/

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  53. Name: Eva
    Blog: Mail Adventures
    #AtoZ Theme: Postcards
    Letter M: Maps. Every one is a way to see the world!

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  54. #AtoZChallenge

    M is for Magic and Mindfulness

    https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.ch/2017/04/a-z-blogging-challenge-magic-mind.html

    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  55. A toungue in cheek post that should make you laugh a little, I hope:)
    Maid of Honour

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  56. Say hi to the Sperm whale in Bohol Island, Philippines

    Natasha
    natashamusing

    Travel Epiphanies:
    Mighty-Cerulean-Sea

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  57. Black & White snippets: short scenes featuring characters, places and concepts from my forthcoming YA dystopian trilogy
    M is for Mallinger
    Things go awry in one Loretanian's quest to seek help.

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  58. Rocks to toss at a hero who is a tree.

    http://www.a-to-zchallenge.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-4-15-2017-letter-m.html

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  59. Welcome to Maastricht
    @msdeniseh553
    Denise at My Life in Retirement Maastricht, Netherlands

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  60. In today's unusually strange tale, a harried mother tries to get through the items on her to-do list, but life has a way of complicating things: Multitasking

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  61. The Theme at Operation Awesome is the Publishing Journey.

    M is for 8 Misconceptions About Writing and Publishing

    https://operationawesome6.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-8-misconceptions-about-writing.html

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  62. Journey through heavenly bodies:
    http://sagecoveredhills.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-meteors-and-mars.html

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  63. Theme: Food in Film, with today’s starring role: Meatloaf

    Trudy @ Reel Focus

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  64. My post today is about Community Action in the heroin epidemic here. Today for the letter M is, Martinsburg Renew

    https://memorialvigil.blogspot.com/2017/04/martinsburg-renew.html

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  65. My Life in Ecuador

    Monkey on my head

    An energetic orphan baby monkey

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  66. A vanity plate from Maine and a poem to go with it!
    Donna Smith
    Mainely Write
    MK IT SO

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  67. Blog - Molly’s Canopy (family history/genealogy)
    Theme - Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood...where my genealogy journey began.
    M is for Mailbox Madness
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    Molly

    Molly’s Canopy

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  69. Today I have a guest post from author Maria Murnane

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    1. Forgot to mention that there's a giveaway too.

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  70. Today's M post is brought to you by a city and a character: http://ulbrichalmazan.blogspot.com/2017/04/season-avatars-atozchallenge-midpoint.html

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  71. I am blogging about books I read before I started the blog:
    My A to Z:
    Magician

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  72. Letter M like Mauritius!
    https://claowuepotpourri.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/mauritius-africa/

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  73. Missing in Action: https://deankmiller.com/2017/04/15/national-poetry-month-and-blogging-from-a-to-z-poets-on-display-letter-m/

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  74. Mortality. http://agingonthespectrum.blogspot.com/2017/04/mortality-atozchallenge.html

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  75. Stop by for a dose of tranquility, peace, and pronoia
    M

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  76. M Is for Mentor Mentorship is a great way to learn to be a leader!

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  77. Blog: Read All The Things!
    Theme: Bookish memories
    Post: M is for “Minimalism” Are you a collector or a purger?

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  78. Stop by to see flowers from all over the world http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/04/mothers-day-for-giraffes-and-garden.html

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  79. M is for the French authors Diane Meur et Marcus Malte. Bilingual post French/English on
    https://evelyneholingue.com/2017/04/15/a-month-of-french-authorsun-mois-dauteurs-francais-10/

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  80. The Malfoys are up for discussion today in my Harry Potter theme

    https://noloveforfatties.com/2017/04/15/atozchallenge-m/

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  81. Name: Addison Albright
    Blog: Stories That Make You Smile
    A to Z Theme: ’Til Death Do Us Part
    * * Today's A to Z Post * * → M is for Missing

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  82. End of the second week! Congratulate yourself! Have you ever played this game? ODDS OR EVENS

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  83. Good mornings, blogheads! We're about halfway there, right?

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    Eli@CoachDaddy

    M is for Men I Forgot to Be

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  84. We're more than half way through the alphabet. How's the A2Z challenge going for you? You're invited to hop over to visit today's edition of Art Sketching Through the Alphabet "M" (Mermaids) while getting in on the action with round two of #BoTB with Curious as a Cathy! Happy z2zing!

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  85. Ericka @ A Quiet Girl's Musings...

    '92 Time Capsule

    How much of 1992 do you remember? Check out my blog for a quick trip down memory lane!

    M is for Mall of America, Murphy Brown, My Cousin Vinny, & Mullets

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  86. Daily 3- line poem (5-7-5, haiku form); first letter of each line same as the letter of the day.

    M is for moonlight.
    Maggie C
    What Rhymes with Stanza

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  87. Happy Saturday. Another week down, 2 to go. :-)
    Marshal Ney
    Cheers, MDC

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  88. Missouri Star for Letter M
    Stephanie Finnell
    KatyTrailCreations
    Quilts and Quotes theme
    @randallbychance on Twitter from
    KatyTrailCreationsLetterM

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  89. My theme is Mostly made Up Holidays
    Today's "holiday" is "Men and Menopause
    TraceyAtHome

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  90. As we were getting dressed, I noticed the contrast of our feet LINK appreciating the little things (AC)

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  91. M is for media - Social, that is

    http://www.our-simple-life.com/fun-stuff/atoz-challenge-4152017-changes

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  92. Memories! Like April's building with her brand-new calf right now.

    A to Z Challenge: Memory

    Isa-Lee Wolf

    A Bit 2 Read
    @IsaLeeWolf

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  93. M is for ME!
    http://cheryllennox.blogspot.com/2017/04/me-is-for-me.html

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  94. Scrapbooking Theme - M is for Mosaics
    http://shelleyngreene.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-mosiacs-atozchallenge.html

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  95. Theme: Conspiracy Theories

    M is for Dr. Mary’s Monkey—The Nexus of all Conspiracy Theories

    http://www.tamaranarayan.com/2017/04/m-is-for-dr-marys-monkey-nexus-of-all.html

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  96. http://www.15andmeowing.com/2017/04/m-is-for-mouse/
    catnip crocheted toys

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  97. Taking a break from Faerie and writing, and looking at nature as it is right now in South Africa.
    Murder Most Foul

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  98. Supreme Court cases that changed life in the US
    M is for Marbury, Madison, McCulloch, and Maryland
    https://denapawling.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-marbury-madison-mcculloch-and.html

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  99. Today on Sciency Words: A to Z, here's a dumb question: do you know what a metal is? Astronomers sure don't.

    http://planetpailly.com/2017/04/15/sciency-words-metallicity-an-a-to-z-challenge-post/

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  100. Deb here blogging about novels for young adults and for those who love young adult literature.

    http://peninherhand.com/m-is-for-momentous/

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  101. My prompt-a-day theme continues with M for Mourning. This one is especially helpful for creating plot complications.
    Laurel's Leaves: M = Mourning

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  102. Name: Sayanti Deb
    Blog: The Beauty Of Life
    A to Z Theme: Exploring The Beauty Of Living.
    Letter M : Maturity
    LINK

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  103. Manisha from The Nimble Mime
    A to Z Theme: Flash Fiction

    Letter M: Meme

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  104. From A to Z Blogging Challenge: M is for Medals

    Do you give characters religious medals, objects, or jewelry that fit their character arc?

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    Carolyn Astfalk
    My Scribbler’s Heart

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  105. Continuing author introductions today. M is for Marie and Magick LINK

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  106. http://marymontaguesikes.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-meditation-spirit-visions-to-z.html "M" is for Meditation. Notes Along the Way. Mary Montague Sikes

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  107. Today's #AtoZChallenge in China: Mobile communications in a country where the internet is suppressed. (https://coolkidandy.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/atozchallenge-in-china-mobile-communications)

    Name: Andy
    Blog: coolkidandy.wordpress.com
    #AtoZChallenge theme: Chinese Adventure

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  108. http://djinniaandtheenglishlanguage.blogspot.com/2017/04/a-to-z-challenge-2017-migi-maes-hughes.html

    Aliens and more sadness. Anime characters.

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  109. My theme this month is 26 of the best characters in fiction. Today's pick: Mark Watney of The Martian, by Andy Weir.
    M is for Mark Watney

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  110. Name: CTdeF
    Blog: Surviving Mexico Adventures and Disasters
    A to Z Theme: A to Z reasons why La Yacata is the place to be WTSHTF (When the Sh*t hits the Fan)
    Letter M : Martial law declared? Come to La Yacata and be free!
    LINK

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  111. My "M" post for Scotland: http://writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/2017/04/magnus-magnusson-mary-money-and-music.html

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  112. M is for "marriage of hearts"
    https://aslifehappens60.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/m-is-for-marriage-of-hearts-atozbloggingchallenge2017/

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  113. MMMMMMMMM
    Fancy an image of a shoe? http://repeatsamb.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-m-vogmalala-ifjm2017.html
    How about a truck?
    https://annembray.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/atozchallenge-m/

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  114. Celebrating 'Women & their work' all April @NamySaysSo M for More than a Mother

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  115. Meet Mary Lee is at the Southern Graves blog: Telling the Tales of Tombstones

    M is for Montie B. Lincecum Saulsbury. Was She Poisoned? is at the Lincecum Lineage family history and genealogy one-name study blog

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  116. @Raesquiggles Manchester cathedral, the modest rise of the great

    The Quiet Writer

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  117. M is for . . .
    http://lisa-musingsofamiddle-agedmom.blogspot.com/2017/04/m-is-for-atozchallenge2017.html

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  118. Name/Blog: Josie Two Shoes
    A to Z Theme: "Circle of Hope" - A serial story involving 26 women in a small Midwest town
    M is for Martha

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  119. Name: MsDarkstar (AC)
    Blog: Darkstarian Discourse
    Letter M: M is for Memory

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  120. Hi all,
    My short story for the day is: Mirror Mirror
    Do read it
    Thank you,
    Ramya

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  121. Today I'm visiting Buckingham Palace and The Mall

    Josefine from
    Getting to the end

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  122. Post for today is dedicated to all Mothers. Link for the post is - LINK

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  123. My theme is cancer. Today, M is for Metastasis LINK

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  124. Niki here, blogging at A Texan's View of Upstate New York!
    My theme is split: half posts about occupying my time while my husband was deployed last year, and half posts about different aspects of being an Usborne Books and More consultant!
    Today's post is about: Making My Own Schedule

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  125. M is for More Than Just Friends

    http://staceyschneller0829.blogspot.com/2017/04/more-than-just-friends-blogging-through.html?m=1

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  126. M is for Mom http://vidyasury.com/2017/04/mom.html

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  127. My theme this year is Hot Men :) No worries...it's all PG

    #HotMan Musicians

    ~Katie
    TheCyborgMom

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  128. My M post the last post of the week is here... M is for Hope you like it. My theme is Disney Sidekicks / Supporting Characters and I am drawing them. xx

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  129. M for Melancholy #MotherhoodEmotions
    https://pagesfromserendipity.com/2017/04/15/m-for-melancholy-this-shall-also-pass-away-atozchallenge/

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  130. M is for Motifs
    https://evablaskovic.com/2017/04/15/m-is-for-motifs/
    Theme: Components of Literature

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  131. M is for Music and Mayhem in which I continue the journey of my creative life.

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  132. Name: Pikakshi and Nisha
    Blog Title: Readers of the Night
    A to Z Theme: Bookish Delights.
    Letter M: We provide a list of our top 6 books that turned out equally amazing in their Movie Adaptations.

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  133. Today my short story is M is for Music Box. LGBT theme in an AFAB sort of way.

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  134. M is for mental tics.
    The tics of Tourette's you never see or hear

    https://thetudorsmakemetic.wordpress.com/2017/04/15/m-is-for-mental-tics-what-you-dont-see-atozchallenge/

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  135. M- Magical World

    Is your world MAGICAL?
    Here's my #AtoZChallenge poem-

    'Magical World' #AtoZChallenge

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  136. M is for Midnight in Paris, Academy Award winner for Best Original Screenplay. Here's my review: Midnight in Paris

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  137. Today, as we reach midway of the challenge. I pay a tribute to Mumbai City.

    MUMBHAI-4

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  138. My notes and a bit about my experiences with Meditation.

    "*Ishieta @ Isheeria's*

    AtoZofHealing - M is for Meditation


    I am also dabbling in some dark poetry (short) creativeness on: Link "

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  139. Mother Nature's cleanup crew is the topic of today's blog post.
    LINK

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