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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

#AtoZChallenge - 4-5-2017 - Letter D



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409 comments:

  1. It's time for Alphabet 'D'. My theme : Short Stories. Do have a read...

    BLOGPOST URL : My Diwali Friend... Aryan!

    BLOG URL : Vilaythi Desi Girl

    Happy Blogging!!

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  2. A to Z Challenge for Letter D: Delilah O'Grady

    Theme: Novel planning for The Steel Horse Saviors

    BLOGPOST URL: https://fictionplayground.wordpress.com/2017/04/04/delilah-ogrady-steel-horse-saviors-2017-a-to-z-challenge-day-4/?iframe=true&theme_preview=true

    BLOG URL: https://fictionplayground.wordpress.com/

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  3. Hank is here:
    D for Devastation in the Quest to be Healthy

    http://imagery77.blogspot.my/2017/04/tasted-beauty-of-lifes-blessings_3.html

    Hank

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  4. Done for the day with my post. Read mine>> Devil's Advocate
    Hope you all are enjoying the challenge!

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  5. Extraordinary Women! Here is the link - sorry it won't post with html... http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com


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  6. D is for Dreamwalking

    Illegal Aliens podcast - Discussing the 1999 tv series Roswell.

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  7. D is for Devil Walks Among Us.
    He might be hidden in plain sight and we might fail to notice even the clear glimpses, but it is true that the devil walks among us

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  8. Dream by Henri Rousseau

    Today's post is dedicated to the great artist Henri Rousseau!

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  9. 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.
    D= 180 Degree change
    J -- Co-host the #AtoZchallenge, Debut Author Interviewer, Reference and Speculative Fiction Writer
    http://jlennidornerblog.what-are-they.com

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  10. FLASH FICTION

    Very short rib-tickling yarns about the village of Amble Bay.

    Another day in Amble Bay

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  11. 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 D : Drought is a regular problem in many areas. See how we survive drought in La Yacata.
    LINK

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  12. Continuing with the theme of building a family history library D IS FOR DATABASES AND DICTIONARIES

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  13. Hey There 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 D: Diamond Head: " "If I can do the trail with this cane, you can do it too. You can’t navigate through life giving up before you’ve even given it a try. Believe me, I've been there and done that..."..."
    Link: http://marquessamatthews.com/2017/04/04/diamond-head/

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  14. Hey There 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 D: Diamond Head: " "If I can do the trail with this cane, you can do it too. You can’t navigate through life giving up before you’ve even given it a try. Believe me, I've been there and done that..."..."
    Link: http://marquessamatthews.com/2017/04/04/diamond-head/
    DIAMOND-HEAD

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  15. D post

    http://nilabose.blogspot.com/2017/04/d-is-for-diabdimashqanddice.html

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  16. OK ,so 'D = Death' doesn't sound very cheery, but there's a mystery doo-dad and a sing-along involved... D = Death and a doo-dad

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  17. More snippets from the life of Martha Sarah Ellis
    D is for Daughter
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    Sandra, Aspiring family historian, fellow participant in the #AtoZchallenge

    Sandra's Ancestral Research Journal

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  18. Today's post on Spies and Spying is on the Dabneys, husband and wife spying team during the American Civil War. They got information about Confederate movements through the washing line telegraph.

    Read it here! D is For Dabneys - Civil War Spies

    Please note, I've left the comments moderation on, because I was getting so much spam, but your comment WILL be published, as long as it's not abusive.

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  19. D is for Duirinish - a small village on the west coast of Scotland. Blink and you'd miss it.
    Highlands Days of Fun

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  20. Name: JazzFeathers (Sarah Zama)
    Blog: The Old Shelter
    A to Z Theme: 1940s Film Noir
    Letter D: Damaged Hero: cool on in outside, insecure in the inside
    Link: http://theoldshelter.com/damaged-hero-1940s-film-noir-atozchallenge/

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  21. My husband is a computer nerd whose current obsession is machine learning, and I have clinical depression. So when I discovered psychologists and neuroscientists are using machine learning to diagnose and treat depression, of course I had to write about it: D is for Depression (& Machine Learning)

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  22. My theme is Strange Feelings: flash fiction about things we feel every day but didn't know there were words for (or maybe not. Some may be made up) in 100 words or less.
    Category: Writing
    Daguerreologue

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  23. Double Spin Wheels Today's block is a variation on the pinwheel, one of my favourite units in patchwork. I just love the movement they can give to a quilt and who doesn't love a pinwheel

    Philipa (Ozzypip)
    Ozzypip Quilts

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

    Letter D: Diamonds

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  25. Name: Kevin J Railsback
    Blog: Filmmaking Naturally
    Letter D
    Link: Determination

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  26. The safe low carb drinks for a keto diet that won't throw you off the wagon. letter D Dilemma of the Drinks while on Keto diet

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  27. Hi everyone, Today is D is for Deep Space Exploration
    http://authorstephentremp.blogspot.com/

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  28. This Dame needs no introduction

    http://wp.me/pPury-2un

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

    Today’s topic: Death, Deer, and Discovery Gardens.

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  30. D is for Denial to Discovery
    Link- Tupeak Hope
    Blog- Tupeak Hope
    Theme- Blogging about chronic health issues, patient self-advocacy and empowerment.

    Twitter- @TupeakHope

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  31. My blog is Kai's Life in Words and today's post is about Dead Naming trans and non-binary people. Please do give it a read and let me know what you think.

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  32. have a lovely day, everyone! :)
    https://ladyleemanilablog.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-is-for-diatelle/

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  33. Visit me at my blog If I only Had A Time Machine. My theme is the history behind Billy Joel's lyrics, "We Didn't Start The Fire"
    LINK

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  34. It's D for Detailed. I'm writing flash fiction all month long.

    (WR)


    *D for Detailed: Shailaja/The Moving Quill*

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  35. Dates- history and me. How studying history makes me feel happy and safe.

    https://thetudorsmakemetic.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-is-for-dates-history-and-me/

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  36. Do you dream? Do you stay awake for dreams?
    Here's my Poem- 'Dream' #AtoZChallenge

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  37. Name - Lancelot Quadras
    Blog - One Mind, A Million Thoughts
    Theme - Weird words
    Linky - D is for Dontopedalogy

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  38. My Theme is Imagination and Reality.

    For me, D for 'That Diamond Ring' today.

    Linky : LINK

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  39. I get murdered again today! But like Wile E Coyote, I keep coming back for more punishment. Great fun. What is today's weapon? Find out!

    https://johndavisfrain.com/

    JohnDavisFrain.com

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  40. D is for death - but also the dash.
    visit here:
    https://beverleyabaird.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/blogging-a-to-z-d-is-for-death/

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  41. Name: Julie
    Blog: Reading Life
    Theme: Books, Books and More Books!
    Letter D: Dystopia
    Linky: Dystopia

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  42. Hello. Here is my post for today.

    Name: Ria
    Blog: hear me out
    Theme: (none really)
    Link for D: Dog

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  43. What would YOU do if you found out that your lover is a thousand-year-old centipede in disguise?...
    Weird Things in Folktales - Transformation: centipede

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  44. Today's post will help you solve a blogging dilemma of 'should I post this, or should I not?'

    Click here to read the post

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  45. Name: Sayanti Deb
    Blog: The Beauty Of Life
    A to Z Theme: Exploring The Beauty Of Living.
    Letter D: Destiny- Destiny is like the fruits of your garden tree
    Link:http://sayantideb.com/atozchallenge-destiny/

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  46. Name: Sayanti Deb
    Blog: The Beauty Of Life
    A to Z Theme: Exploring The Beauty Of Living.
    Letter D: Destiny- Destiny is like the fruits of your garden tree
    Link:http://sayantideb.com/atozchallenge-destiny/

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  47. D is for Dean, James Dean

    The Mommy Rant
    https://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=14318838#allposts

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  48. Hi all! The theme for my Challenge is "shades of love"
    D is for Due date
    https://aslifehappens60.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-is-for-due-date-atozbloggingchallenge/comment-page-1/#comment-64

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  49. Happ 'D' Day, everyone! ☺
    My theme is Musical Memories
    Debbie @ THE DOGLADY'S DEN
    Latest Post: DAY AFTER DAY: True love reigns!

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  50. Theme of Writerly Identity, Discovery and getting back into blogging.

    D for Doors

    Veronica @ Anything Veronica
    :)

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  51. The Abbie
    Abbie’s Adventure Diaries
    Abbie’s Adventure Diaries
    Theme: Lessons Learned At 30
    D for ‘Dive Into Humor’

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  52. Enjoying the challenge so far. Scheduled all 26 posts in advance of April, which is GREAT!

    Today's alliteration video is DRAPES, using my collection of sarongs as props. Pop over and have a look:

    Absolutely Amazing Alliteration

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  53. Name: Cynthia Rodrigues Manchekar
    Blog: A Few Drops of Ink
    Theme: Exotic Words with no English Equivalent
    Link: Dapjeongneo and Deppenfahrerbeaugung: Exotic Words with no English Equivalent

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  54. Sure shot way to find and loose yourself, both simultaneously .....Dance it out!

    D for "Dancing All The Way" by Mocktailmommy Prassana

    http://mocktailmommies.blogspot.in/2017/04/dancing-all-way.html

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  55. I'm cross stitching a "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" themed alphabet for the challenge. D is for Dawn
    Ros from Fangirl Stitches

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  56. Hello Friends,
    I am Sneha from Life as a Potpourri and this is my second year into #AtoZChallenge and am talking about my hometown the
    Amazing Andamans And my fourth post is about a shy chap Dugong
    Happy blogging :)
    ~~ gal from the island ~~

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  57. D is for Document
    . James Harper Will Document from FamilySearch
    Theme: Sharing Family History via #GenealogyPhotoADay
    By Fran from TravelGenee Blog

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  58. I spent a Saturday doing what my did did, and eating what she ate. (I survived!)
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    Eli@CoachDaddy

    #AtoZChallenge: D is for Do What I Do

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  59. Come on over and "Name That TV Show!"

    Calen~
    Impromptu Promptlings
    A to Z Challenge Letter D

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  60. Offering a photo essay from a shipyard which has been building Dhows (ancient Arab boats) for over 400 years. Hope you'll check it out.
    Dhow

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  61. Have you been able to detach yourself enough? Read on to know my opinion
    D-DETACHMENT

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  62. Deb here from Pen In Her Hand. My theme is Young Adult books and young adult narrators. D is for Danger. http://peninherhand.com/d-is-for-danger/

    I don't know why my clickable link is not accepted. Sigh. It said "http:" is not allowed even though I pasted everything from the model. Any ideas?

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    1. Happened to me too. Just for D, the prev ones accepted ok. Flummoxed!

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  63. I'm blogging a poem each day at "Haiku Corner" for the #AtoZChallenge ...

    D is for Darts

    Enjoy! :)

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

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  65. (AC) Blogging about secrets...

    Decadent Kane Visiting from the A-Z Challenge
    Paranormal Romance Author

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  66. Scattergun Scribblings
    Black & White Snippets - snapshots of the people, places and concepts that populate my forthcoming YA dystopian trilogy
    D is for Dontible
    A government advisor and his wife discuss their headstrong daughter.

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  67. My #AtoZChallenge series is about fitness, clean food and weight loss, however today's post is applicable to pretty much any situation in life:
    D is for Determination
    https://thethreegerbers.blogspot.ch/2017/04/a-z-blogging-challenge-determination.html

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  68. Name: David Jesson
    Blog: A back of the envelope calculation
    AtoZ theme: Materials Science underpinning fiction.
    Today's post - D is for Dilithium
    Link: http://wp.me/p6nENh-fJ

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  69. Here is my D post for my storytelling series: D is for Darkness

    D is for Darkness

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  70. Name: Shilpa Garg
    Blog: A Rose is a Rose is a Rose!
    A to Z Theme: Crime stories in 55 words.
    Letter D: Domestic Violence
    Link: Domestic Violence

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  71. I'm 'Ducking' it today - D for Ducks ... under my Rare Breeds series ...

    http://positiveletters.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/d-is-for-ducks-dabbling-diving-domestic.html
    Hilary

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  72. My Theme: In Darkness Be Light!
    D is for Don't Look Down On Others!
    Writer In Transit

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  73. D Day #desserts http://asliverofmoonbeam.blogspot.in/2017/04/d-doi-bonde-atozchallenge.html

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  74. https://akkaacerbic.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-dosa

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  75. Day 4. D time. https://ipsitabanerjee.com/2017/04/05/d-discint-atozchallenge/

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  76. Today for the A to Z of Astronomy: D is for Dark Matter

    What is it? We don't know. For now, it's our best explanation for some strange gravitational anomalies until something better comes along.

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  77. D for Damo

    #AtoZChallenge

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

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  78. Name: Eva
    Blog: Mail Adventures
    #AtoZ Theme: Postcards
    Letter D: Degollado. Which makes a curious name for a building...

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  79. Durian! https://wordsfromsonobe.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/durian/

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  80. What the Dickens http://bit.ly/2o8kwlP

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    1. Highlight the link, right click and select 'Go to'

      Is it just me who is as mad as hell about links (like mine) that aren't otherwise.

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  81. Today, we dabble, delve, and dare!

    http://shanjeniahslovelychaos.com/lovely-chaos-blog/2017/2/3/d-dabbling-daring-and-delving-deeply

    Slices of an Unschooling Life
    @shanjeniah
    Indie Writer, Mom-in-Chief, and Joyful Learning Facilitator
    Shan Jeniah's Lovely Chaos

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  82. Hello, Day 4 of my ongoing detective story - DisforDrum

    Name: Iain Kelly
    Blog: IainKellyWriting

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  83. Dandelions: they're not just for wishes!

    Theme: Magical and Medicinal Herbs
    Today’s Post: Dandelion

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  84. Dylan for KING!!
    https://ouchmybackhurts.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/april-a-to-z-my-vinyl-dylan-for-king/

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  85. Hello all, Anami here.
    My Blog - BL0gNaMi
    Twitter handle - Just_Anami
    D for - Depression

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  86. My theme for the A-Z Blogging Challenge is ‘The A to Z of some my favourite things’.
    https://akprowling.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-is-for-dogs/

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  87. Good morning all - hope your challenge is going well :) Here is my post for D
    D is for Thulsa Doom & Draugluin
    Tasha
    Tasha's Thinkings - Shapeshifters and Werewolves

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  88. Vanity Plates of Maine and a poem
    DAM

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  89. Good morning fellow A to Z-ers.
    My jazz clip+the short story it inspired me to write is:
    D for Don’t get around much anymore

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  90. Today's post on "Ronel the Mythmaker" is all about how blog challenges are good for you, even if they are a little difficult at times.
    Daunting Blog Challenges

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  91. Good morning! We may not like going to the dentist. Here's how my autistic brother in law feels about it. http://agingonthespectrum.blogspot.com/2017/04/dentists-atozchallenge.html

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  92. Hello, fellow atoz-ers!

    Name: Natalie
    Blog: slimming out loud
    Theme: good mood food: food that aids recovery from mental illness

    d is for dark chocolate

    Thanks for reading!

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  93. I blog a drug addiction blog. Stop by today to read What a Dealer Will and Will Not Tell You about Heroin
    https://memorialvigil.blogspot.com/2017/04/what-dealer-will-and-will-not-tell-you.html

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  94. I am blogging about books I read before I started the blog:
    the lorax

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  95. Blog: Clare Dugmore Writes
    Theme: The A-Z of Romance
    D is for Dates.

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  96. Welcome to RuthsArc.com
    D is for random London Doors
    http://wp.me/p4X4U3-25f

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  97. Don’t dodge Curious as a Cathy! Be sure to drop by for a look at the letter “D” (dogs)in my A2Z series, Art Sketching through the Alphabet! Happy a2zing, my friend!

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  98. Darker, braver, honest writing from me for today's post in my mental health themed challenge. D is for Depression Let me know what you think.

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  99. Durham Cathedral and St Cuthbert

    @Raesquiggles from
    The Quiet Writer

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  100. Theme: Conspiracy Theories

    D is for Denver Airport: Alien Circus Reptiles Stole Your Luggage

    http://www.tamaranarayan.com/2017/04/d-is-for-denver-airport-alien-circus.html

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    1. Hey C.D. Loving your posts. Any chance you could open your comments during A to Z so folks like me who are not using Google+ can comment?

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      Molly

      Molly’s Canopy

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  103. Today's post!

    https://shruthipady.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-is-for-dog-atozchallenge/

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  104. D is for Douro:

    http://www.mdenisecostello.com/2017/04/05/douro-marquess-of-atozchallenge-d/

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  105. Dinosaur and my husband today. http://ramblinwitham.blogspot.com/2017/04/dinosaurs-in-arkansas-atozchallenge.html

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  106. Name: Linda Stewart
    Blog: QP & Eye
    A to Z Theme: Values
    Letter D: Diversity
    Link: Diversity

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  107. I make good Decisions.
    Affirmations for a Good Life
    https://bethlapinsatozblog.wordpress.com/

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  108. Letter D is for Daidarabotchi - the biggest Yōkai in Japanese folklore!

    Believe In Fairy Stories: Theme - Folklore & Fairy Tales

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  109. Theme: Food in Film, with today’s starring role: Donuts

    Trudy @ Reel Focus

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  110. Wouldn't it be nice for someone to hold your hand and guide you through labor D for Doula

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  111. Discipline... an art quilt featuring my soldier
    http://cheryllennox.blogspot.com/2017/04/d-is-for-discipline.html

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  112. Blog: Molly’s Canopy (family history/genealogy)
    Theme is "Whispering Chimneys: My Altamont childhood"...where my genealogy journey began.
    Today's post:
    D is for Dandelion Wine: An Ancestral Brew
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    Molly

    Molly’s Canopy

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  113. Today we are in Delft, Netherlands

    @msdeniseh553
    Denise at My Life in Retirement Delft Pottery

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  114. What makes Dorian turn against the Season Avatars? Find out at Dorian and the Dead Land

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  115. Three photos today. D is for door and ????? My Virtual Vineyard

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  116. D entry https://kim153.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/duiker-atozchallenge-d

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  117. Letter D! Which is for Dinnertime.
    http://wp.me/p5u9VI-10A

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  118. I have D down for Wednesday. Did somebody get mixed up or did I? BTW, I keep forgetting this is the new way to let people know I exist. Umm. So far I'm not loving the new system even though I get it that the old one was broken and too much work.

    I am blogging on personality quirks for writers to use in character development. Today, D is for Disposophobia. Check it out!

    Angelica French
    A-ZPersonalityQuirksforWriters

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  119. Theme for the challenge - Photography. D for Depth of Field

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  120. Domino Net Letter D
    Quilts and Quotes theme

    Stephanie @randallbychance from Katy Trail Creations>/a>

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  121. Scrapbooking - D is for DIE CUT http://shelleyngreene.blogspot.com/2017/04/d-is-for-die-cut-atozchallenge-aprila2z.html

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  122. A to Z Blogging Challenge: D is for Doodling

    Do you doodle? Have you ever been caught doodling something embarrassing?

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    Carolyn Astfalk
    My Scribbler’s Heart

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  123. The letter D -now with recipes! And Rum! Secrets to a Landlocked Beach Life!
    Drinks! See also Boat, Rum

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  124. Good morning. Talking about Deception today! LINK

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  125. I've broken my unintentional baking theme from the last couple days, and today is...

    D is for Dandelion!

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  126. Continuing with stories depicting different emotions, today D is for Dynamic. You can check it out here: Jo Hawk The Writer

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  127. People may die, but love lives on. Sometimes, though, love dies but...

    Today's unusually strange tale: Dead End Romance

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  128. My reviewer Elisabeth takes her turn in the challenge with a review of Debbie Macomber's new book at Girl Who Reads

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  129. #atozchallenge "Oh, the places we will go" - Dominica & D-Day Museum http://dbmcnicol.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-D.html

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  130. here's my D post all about why I keep first drafts of an idea or project : Drafts

    have a lovely day, everybody.

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  131. Here is a link to my post for D from my blog Weekends in Maine. Thanks for visiting!

    D is for Dr. Dandelion | Will this gardener's scrub turn my thumb green?

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  132. Anaiah Press author Becca Hart talks about DIALOGUE movement: https://anaiahpress.wordpress.com/2017/04/05/d-dialogue-movement/

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  133. D is for Day Trips
    Join me in revisiting Photos from the Past
    FREEZERBURNED

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  134. Discussions we had as I drove to him before he turned me away LINK

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  135. Debut Authors - Why We Love Them (And You Should, Too!)
    The #AtoZChallenge 2017 Theme at Operation Awesome is the Publishing Journey.
    https://operationawesome6.blogspot.com/2017/04/atozchallenge-debut-authors-why-we-love.html

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  136. D is for Dialogue -- Flash Fiction
    http://thebookwright.blogspot.com/

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