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Monday, April 17, 2017

#AtoZChallenge - 4-18-2017 - Letter O



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301 comments:

  1. Blogging about chronic health issues, patient self-advocacy and empowerment.
    Tupeak Hope - Opiates in Pain Management
    @TupeakHope

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  2. Day 15 alphabet O

    https://www.novemberschild.com/2017/04/18/day-15-ocean/

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  3. 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.
    O=One and the Same

    J -- Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer
    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com

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  4. Continuing with place names associated with my family history
    O is for Oakleigh
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    Anne Young

    Anne's family history

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  5. 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 O: Oil shortages are no problem in La Yacata.
    LINK

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  6. O is for

    Oum n Oman

    Nilanjana
    Madly-in-Verse
    Theme : Arabiana

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  7. Today's post on spies and spying is... O for Odysseus! King of Ithaca, creator of the Trojan Horse and...spy! O is for Odysseus

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  8. I'm making an A to Z quilt and today's block is another very common blockOhio Star

    Philipa (Ozzypip)
    Quilter and blogger
    Blogging her way through an A to Z quilt
    Ozzypip Quilts

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  9. Ohhh I got behind. Sorry we've been off the beaten track. Caught up phew.
    Hope everyone is doing well on this Monday of A to Zing.
    @moondustwriter sharing a
    A Piece of Uganda

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  10. Name: Linda Stewart
    Blog: QP & Eye
    A to Z Theme: Values
    Letter O: Optimism

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  11. Today's strange feeling is something we probably can all relate to. LOL O is for Onism

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  12. O is for Ornithology - and a Tuesday haiku on that theme!
    Jemima Pett, Author

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  13. an octameter from me today :)
    https://ladyleemanilablog.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/o-is-for-octameter/

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

    Today’s topics: Ocean Life, Oregon Trail, and Owls

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  15. Aaaiieeee! I keep forgetting to post. But I don't forget to write my own murder scene every day. It's great fun - for the reader, not so much for me. Come over for a visit, I'll wander back your way!

    https://johndavisfrain.com/2017/04/17/nail-gun/

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  16. Theme: My memories of life on the farm in the 50s and 60s
    Letter O Oranges in the orchard
    Carmel | Earlier Years

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  17. FLASH FICTION - 200 WORD STORIES - O

    It's another day in Amble Bay and you are attending a concert by the Amble Bay Orchestra with me!

    Amble Bay's Orchestra

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  18. Hank is here:
    O for Nothing Outlandish
    http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2017/04/eminence-in-cuter-self-yes.html

    Hank

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  19. O is for Owen Blackwood

    Illegal Aliens podcast--discussing the TV series Roswell.

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  20. O is for OFF - as in turn-OFFs. I am using Amy Krouse Rosenthal's "Encyclopedia of Me" to journal daily.
    It was fairly easy to write up this list of turn-OFFs. What are yours??

    https://beverleyabaird.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/blogging-a-to-z-o-off/

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  21. *O for Organized: Shailaja/The Moving Quill*

    Theme: An Oxymoron in 100 words (Micro Fiction)
    Category Writing (WR)
    #AtoZChallenge

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  22. Tonight we're going stargazing!

    O is for Orion

    Go out tonight just after Sunset and look for the constellation Orion. It will be sitting about ten degrees (one fist held at arms length) above the western horizon. See if you can find Orion's belt, and spot the red star Betelgeuse.

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  23. OIL
    Read about William Robbie, the artist and see his Oil Painting in Fact or Fiction-Family Stories.

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  24. Name: Julie
    Blog: Reading Life
    Theme: Books, Books and More Books!
    Letter O: One Thing

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  25. Visit Simple Indian Mom to know more about growing your own healthy organic vegetables
    OutJump Nutrition

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  26. Stand up for what's right and what you believe in.
    O for Object

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  27. There is so much charm in the heritage of Palaces forts and princely estates

    Once upon a time

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  28. There is so much charm in the heritage of Palaces forts and princely estates

    Once upon a time

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  29. O is for Opinions - Brain Prosthesis and Mind Control https://misslivadventures.com/2017/04/17/o-is-for-opinions-brain-prosthesis-our-future/

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  30. Oh! This one's a tough one to write.
    Theme this year is the tradition of Indian textiles.
    <a href=">Organdy & Organza </a>http://mumbaionahigh.com/2017/04/organdie-and-organza.html

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  31. Click here for Chapter O of my A to Z Choose Your Own Adventure (AC)! Comment to vote for the next choice and come back tomorrow for the reveal of the next installment in the novel: Runaway!

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  32. These first occupational choices are rich in childhood dreams and the wonder of imagination! O for Occupation
    Shari

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  33. Name - Lancelot Quadras
    Blog - One Mind, A Million Thoughts
    Theme - Weird Words
    Link - O is for Opsimath

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  34. Hi all,
    Blog:radhikasreflection.wordpress.com
    Theme: Kaleidoscope of thoughts
    Letter O- One

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  35. Blog: If I Only Had A Time Machine
    Theme: History lessons from Billy Joel's
    We Didn't Start The Fire Letter O

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  36. Omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence — big words to describe a big God. But, what do they all mean? Use the poem below to remember these important attributes of God.

    #AtoZChallenge: Letter O

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  37. Maine vanity plate and a poem (and a video): OXPOWER
    Donna Smith
    Mainely Write
    OXPOWER

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  38. Saraallie
    Blog: Sara Writes
    Theme: All About Sara’s Baked Creations ~ My Obsession With Baking
    Oops! The Melting Ice Cream Cake

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  39. Post: The origin of the Creator
    Origin
    Best Wishes!

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  40. Writing still getting on your nerves? Need a laugh? Come by and get it off your chest!

    26 Things To Hate About Writing: O is for Originality

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  41. Now we're cooking. No, really. I'm cooking on this one.
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    Eli@CoachDaddy

    O is for One Day From Payday Spicy Skillet Chicken

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  42. Today I try to break the bank with my review of Ocean's Thirteen review on the Wolf of Words. The post is also how I feel about gambling in general.

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  43. Snippets from the life of Martha Sarah Ellis
    O is for Offspring
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    Sandra, Aspiring family historian, fellow participant in the #AtoZchallenge

    Sandra's Ancestral Research Journal

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  44. hello ,Big O today is about Obstacles..all forms that come at you and an inspiring tale. Do stop by to check out my positivity focused blogs for the #atozchallenge.
    O..for Overcoming Obstacles

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  45. Name: Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar
    Blog: A Few Drops Of Ink
    Theme: Foreign words with no English Equivalent
    Link: Ohrwurm: Exotic Words with no English Equivalent

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  46. Vanessa @Vanessence

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

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  47. Direct your feet to the sunny side of the street. Today O is for Optimistic. Look for a little bit of sunshine here: Jo Hawk The Writer

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  48. I am blogging about books I read before I started the blog:
    My A to Z:
    Seasons of the heart

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  49. Hi! I am Radhika and this is my entry for today.
    On the day of proposal
    Happy reading

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  50. Name: JazzFeathers (Sarah Zama)
    Blog: The Old Shelter
    A to Z Theme: 1940s Film Noir
    Letter O: Obsession. The decepting way of finding one's stability
    Link: http://theoldshelter.com/obsession-1940s-film-noir-atozchallenge/

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  51. Black & White snippets: short scenes featuring characters, places and concepts from my forthcoming YA dystopian trilogy
    O is for Olivia
    Olivia and her three girls are called to an urgent appointment.

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  52. Name: Mary Burris
    Blog: Jingle Jangle Jungle
    Theme: #AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits
    http://www.jinglejanglejungle.net/2017/04/atozchallenge-o-is-for.html
    #AtoZChallenge 1970's Billboard Hits - O is for...

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  53. O is for Ox-eye daisies
    Blog: Lynnelives randon, eclectic
    theme: Gardening, Lynne style

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  56. When you count your blessings, count your friends twice! Why...discover it in a short read Oxygen For The Soul
    Long live friendship!
    --------------------------------
    Team MocktailMommies
    "Collage Of Life

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  57. Name: Sayanti Deb
    Blog: The Beauty Of Life
    A to Z Theme: Exploring The Beauty Of Living.
    Letter O: Obsession: A comparative analysis between Obsession and Passion.
    LINK

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  58. Hi everyone - have a good week ... cheers Hilary
    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/o-is-for-orkney-islands-adapted-breeds.html

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  59. Theme: Magical and Medicinal Herbs
    Today’s Post: Onion

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  60. Read along with me the realistic and O-OPTIMISTIC journey

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  61. O for Olympias

    "Female Scientists Before Our Time"
    Shells–Tales–Sails

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  62. When the old doesn't catch up with the new it is threatened to be obsolete or is termed obnoxious. My new post
    Obnoxious

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  63. Name: Eva
    Blog: Mail Adventures
    #AtoZ Theme: Postcards
    Letter O: Obverse. Can you always be sure which side is it?

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  64. In the cross stitched Buffy The Vampire Slayer alphabet, O is for Oz

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  65. Today on my A-Z of my Favourite Things, O is for one of my favourite songs - On a Mission by Gabriella Climi.

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  66. #AtoZChallenge
    O is for (essential) oils
    https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.ch/2017/04/a-z-blogging-challenge-oils.html

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  67. O is for Odo & Oz
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings - Shapeshifters and Werewolves

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  68. Name: Iain Kelly
    Blog: Iain Kelly Writing

    O is for Octopus The latest part of my continuing story.

    Catch up here: Previous Installments

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  69. Name: Ankita
    Blog title: Lifestyle of a Professional
    Link: Oprah Winfrey Quote
    Theme: Inspirational Quotes

    A quote by Oprah Winfrey about celebrating life...

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  70. My post today is Back to the Beginning: The OxyContin Express

    https://memorialvigil.blogspot.com/2017/04/oxycontin-express-lets-start-at.html

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  71. My name is Narinder and my blog is titled "Create Your Best"
    My 15th post of the challenge O is for OPTIMISM

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  72. Ok, kittens & dawgs, we're on the letter "O". What do you think I sketched today? Come by Curious as a Cathy to check out Art Sketching Through the Alphabet "O" to see my daily challenge contribution!

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  73. O here https://ipsitabanerjee.com/2017/04/18/o-ostiary-atozchallenge/

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  74. In Darkness Be Light!
    Our task must be to free ourselves…
    LINK: Writer In Transit

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  75. Ordinary moments and a few ordinary pictures for you today.
    Observing the ordinary

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  76. Canadian history and trivia continues with the time Quebec lost its mind...

    O - The October Crisis

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  77. Flash Fiction with a behind-the-scenes look at how I wrote it.
    One Step Closer

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  78. O is for Ordinary Thunderstorms by William Boyd https://thesecretlibrarysite.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/blogging-from-a-z-challenge-o/

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  79. Who craves the Ordinary? He does. http://agingonthespectrum.blogspot.com/2017/04/ordinary-atozchallenge.html

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  80. O entry https://kim153.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/oceans-atozchallenge-o

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  81. https://akkaacerbic.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/o-oottappam

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  82. My name is Anami.
    Follow me on twitter @just_anami
    My blog BL0g@NaMi
    O for Option

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  83. @msdeniseh553
    Denise at My Life in Retirement Orval Abbey, Belgium

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  84. Oh Man! This was a tough one. My phone took a swim yesterday so my go to camera is kaput. But I came up with a topic I love.
    Oblique Strategies

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  86. Blog - Molly’s Canopy (family history/genealogy)
    Theme - Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood...where my genealogy journey began.
    O is for Out on the porch: An intangible essence
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    Molly

    Molly’s Canopy

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  87. O is for Opinions, reader opinions, also known as book reviews: https://anaiahpress.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/o-opinions/

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  88. Am posting from Eurostar en route to Belgium, hoping for wi-fi success.
    O = Obsession, opposites,over... with a dash of Oscar Wilde.
    Http://wendyoftherock.blogspot.com

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  89. Today's unusually strange tale is about a young woman who always sticks out from the group and just wants to belong somewhere: Outsider

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  90. What makes the One Oak so important to the Season Avatars? http://ulbrichalmazan.blogspot.com/2017/04/season-avatars-atozchallenge-one-oak.html

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  91. ONLY OPTION is to post today's Letter O :)
    http://pempispalace.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/o-is-for-options.html

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  92. O is for Ocean. Let's go to the beach. A photo blog. My Virtual Vineyard

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  93. O for Orion in our tour of heavenly bodies:

    http://sagecoveredhills.blogspot.com/2017/04/the-letter-o-orion-and-bit-about.html

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  94. Theme: Scrapbooking
    O is for Origami - http://shelleyngreene.blogspot.com/2017/04/o-is-for-origami-atozchallenge.html

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  95. OurVillageGreen for Letter O
    KatyTrailCreations
    Quilts and Quotes theme
    @randallbychance on Twitter from
    KatyTrailCreationsLetterO

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  96. O is for Oliver.
    The story of how I chose my name when I came out as trans.

    https://thetudorsmakemetic.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/oliver-how-i-chose-my-name/

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  97. O is for Over and out
    https://aslifehappens60.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/o-is-for-over-and-out-atozbloggingchallenge2017/

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  98. Subscribe to Sorchia's Universe to get every episode PLUS more stories by RONE nominated author. Episode 15: Old Crows and Offerings

    Sorchia's Universe

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  99. Theme: Writing prompts, great for story starts, overcoming block and burnout, and as a warm up.
    Laurel's Leaves: O = Optimism

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  100. http://www.15andmeowing.com/2017/04/animal-hearted/
    o is for octopus, crocheted catnip toy

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  101. Looking for some quick and fun puzzles? Match the haiku to the word of the day from science fiction and fantasy! visit me at WordWacker

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  102. HOW WELL DO YOU REMEMBER THE EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS OF 1992?

    Drop by my blog and check out my '92 Time Capsule!

    O is for O’Connor & Oscar Awards

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  103. Susan is telling you about an Outstanding suspense novel today at Girl Who Reads.

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  104. Good morning A to Z-ers from Debs at Bunny and the Bloke
    Opera star Sir Willard White gives us O for Ol’ Man River
    My little short story is included for your amusement
    Enjoy both!

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  105. O is for Opportunities Looking for opportunities to advance your career and allow you to grow!

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  106. Theme: Food in Film, with today’s starring role: Old 96er

    Trudy @ Reel Focus

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  107. Blog: Read All The Things!
    Theme: Bookish memories
    Post: O is for “Ones I Read Over And Over.” Which books do you like to reread?

    Aj @ Read All The Things!

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  108. Challenge accepted. :)

    The Waiting is the Hardest Part
    Theme: Everything, Nothing & Stuff In-between
    Letter: O is for Orange you glad I didn't say banana?!?!?!
    Link: http://hmgardner.blogspot.com/2017/04/4-18-2017-atozchallenge-o-is-for-orange.html
    Heather
    Co-Host, 2017 Blogging from A to Z April Challenge
    https://hmgardner.blogspot.com/

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  109. Stop by for a dose of tranquility, peace, and pronoia
    http://deborah-weber.com/2017-o-is-for/

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

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  111. My "O" post for Scotland: http://writinginwonderland.blogspot.com/2017/04/oban-orwell-and-outdoor.html

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  112. Supreme Court cases that changed life in the US
    O is for Obergefell
    https://denapawling.blogspot.com/2017/04/o-is-for-obergefell.html

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  113. Talking about opening your creativity in writing and deviating from the plan. O is for Open Your Writing

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  114. Here is a link to my post for O from my blog Weekends in Maine. Thanks for visiting! O is for October Fields | Finding my zen with clean burning soy candles.

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  115. An "O" poem for the day; https://deankmiller.com/2017/04/18/national-poetry-month-and-blogging-from-a-to-z-poets-on-display-letter-o/

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  116. Zombie Flamingos, Welcome to James Bay: O is for Oswego

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  117. As an Outsider, what information would you need to know before visiting the Royal City in Kios?

    https://lydiahowe.com/2017/04/18/o-is-for-outsider-atozchallenge-plus-a-vlog/

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  118. Mail art from A to Z.

    Phillip | O is for an Octopus named Hank He’s also Orange!

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  119. O is for Victoria and Albert's Osborne Hose http://bit.ly/2pO70kP

    Also @bobesse.

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  120. O my! TwO things to lOOk at:
    ShOes: https://repeatsamb.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-o-vogobjective-ifjm2017.html
    Trucks: https://annembray.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/atozchallenge-o/

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  121. Just a quick break down of the Order of the Phoenix

    https://noloveforfatties.com/2017/04/18/atozchallenge-o/

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  123. I'm writing a 26-part story using a different one word writing prompt each day.

    Fifteen posts in and going strong. I'm having so much fun writing this story.
    Overlook: A to Z Challenge 2017 Post #15

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  124. Link: O is for 'Outreach' Program
    bloggy: World of Sari
    Avera gets an unwanted visitor while on lunch break at MacSweeny's.

    cause you can only delete a post and retry when you screw up

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  125. Hey all--I'm up to O in my A to Z Literary Genres:

    O is for Occult

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  126. Today on Sciency Words: A to Z... organic chemistry: how an entire field of science got stuck with the wrong name.

    http://planetpailly.com/2017/04/18/sciency-words-organic-an-a-to-z-challenge-post/

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  127. Omnipotent
    https://ruminatedscrawlings.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/atozchallenge-2017-omnipotent/

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  128. Happy Tuesday y'all.
    I using the letter "O" to stand on my soap box and share about something near and dear to my heart - "Orphans"
    A Piece of Uganda

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  131. Don't think I remembered to post my letter O post so here goes.
    Link: #AtoZChallenge O for Occupation Research
    Name: Fran
    Blog: TravelGenee
    Theme: Sharing Family History via #GenealogyPhotoADay

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  132. My theme is mostly made up holidays.
    Today's holiday is "Observe Your Neighborhood Day"
    <a href="https://traceyr1984home.wordpress.com/2017/04/18/observe-your-neighborhood-day/”>TraceyAtHome</a>

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

    O is for opossum
    Maggie C
    What Rhymes with Stanza

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  134. Theme: Rocks to throw at your hero once you've written him up a tree!

    http://musingsfrommara.blogspot.com/2017/04/a-to-z-challenge-o.html

    Is it too late to ask any of you how to create a link in a reply?

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  135. I just keep thinking, "rhymes with orange"...
    http://cheryllennox.blogspot.com/2017/04/o-is-for-orange.html

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  137. Blogging about novels for young adults. O is for Orphan.
    http://peninherhand.com/o-is-for-orphan/

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  138. http://marymontaguesikes.blogspot.com/2017/04/o-is-for-optimism-to-z-blogging.html "O" is for Optimism. Notes Along the Way, Mary Montague Sikes

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  139. An ONION as a murder weapon? Stop crying. It's a thing.

    https://johndavisfrain.com/2017/04/18/onion/

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  140. Today's #AtoZChallenge in China: Open-crotch pants worn by many Chinese toddlers!

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

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  141. O is for On the Waterfront, Academy Award winner for Best Original Screenplay. Here's my review: On the Waterfront

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  142. @Raesquiggles - Orders and rules - the monastic life
    The Quiet Writer

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  143. Theme: Conspiracy Theories

    O is for Owl Worship

    http://www.tamaranarayan.com/2017/04/o-is-for-owl-worship.html

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  144. Today's post for my Things Kids Say theme talks about the boy's version of The Ten Commandments.

    O is for Obey

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