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by Gregory V. DiehlAcross continents and cultures, English has emerged as the shared bridge language that connects business, arts, sciences, and entertainment worldwide. In this thought-provoking and impassioned manifesto, a globally experienced EFL educator sheds light on the humanitarian importance of continuing to spread English as a universal means of communication—most notably in parts of the world where educational standards are lacking. This polemical and informative guide challenges prevailing English ... more
by Derrick Jackson
by Julie BroadYou can write a book—anyone can. But if you want to write a book that people will want or even need to read, it’s not as simple as sitting down to write. In fact, that’s one of the biggest mistakes unsuccessful authors make. Writing a book can be one of the smartest moves for your business success. But you need more than a message and writing skills to create an impressive book that readers will love. You also need a plan to market, sell, and leverage your book into a new level of leadership... more
by Bob LorentsonA collection of short essays and stories that blend humor with science, nature, and human nature. They not only show us the natural world, but how hysterically far from the natural world humans have come. Sometimes, when you find yourself at an evolutionary dead-end, all you can do is laugh.
by Elizabeth AndreA step-by-step guide for successfully writing and self-publishing lesbian, Sapphic, WLW, queer, and other fun fiction!
Essential Skills for The Occasional Genealogist: Beyond-beginner Genealogy Skills for Busy Family Historiansby Jennifer Patterson Dondero
by Michael StandberryIf you wish to understand the truth about instant gratification, know how it affects, the measures you can take to slow down your life in order to achieve greater gains, keep reading… You’ve Just Discovered A Guide That Will Take You Through The Various Aspects Of Instant Gratification, A Phenomenon Made All The More Possible Due To The Advancement Of Technology And The Immediate Pleasure It Brings! Everyone, young and old, is impacted by instant gratification. This is due to the fast-pace... more
by Reg W. SelfeA friendship first made on a 1950s holiday, a document unsigned at the last moment, the suggestion made by a stranger, a photograph taken in Spain, all elements in a chain of events leading to a totally unexpected romantic encounter quite late in life. This is the story of a childhood in the 1930s, taking us through carefree days at the seaside, when it is never too young to fall in love. An account of wartime on the east coast and day-to-day work behind a pharmacy counter in those long, dark ye... more
by Alexandre-luc Wahlström SmithIn today's highly competitive book market, effective marketing strategies are vital for the success of a young adult graphic novel. This comprehensive guide explores a range of strategies and techniques that will help you promote your graphic novel successfully. From defining your target audience to creating a compelling book cover and developing a strong online presence, this guide covers all the essential steps to connect with your readers and stand out in the market. Engage the expertise of a... more
by Joshua Evan RoigHead of the Class is a crash course in becoming the standout teacher your students remember forever!
by Ufuoma OtuDespite several decades of so-called independence from colonial rule, representative government has largely remained elusive in many African countries, compromised by systemic corruption and political tyranny. Widespread apathy from years of living under harsh realities has led to younger Africans speaking out against deplorable leadership and governance that ignore their basic needs and actively rob them of a brighter future. Indeed, the future ought to be brighter for a continent that co... more
by Stan gwizdakIn his first book, entrepreneur Stan Gwizdak reveals how he’s built his career by helping others. He spent decades in the corporate trenches and saw the dangers of environments where everyone takes, takes, takes—instead of giving. A life-threatening car accident spurred him to escape the toxicity and start his own consulting firm. With clarity and honesty, Stan shares the successes and failures that helped him grow his business—and shows that when you do good, even more good will come... more
by Sharon DeBartolo CarmacckAt 8 a.m. on the first of April 1878, the chamber maid found Madame Restell’s nude body in the bathtub, her throat cut. The coroner ruled it a suicide. But is that what really happened? Madame Restell was New York City’s most notorious abortionist of the nineteenth century. She capitalized on her career as a “female physician” and “professor of midwifery,” helping hundreds of women and men with family limitation needs. But she flaunted her wealth from catering to New York City’s elite by ... more
by Stanley Holstein
Is there any doubt that a full-fledged spiritual war is raging all around us? The legal, moral, and social battles taking place in our homeland are not simply ideological; they are spiritual as well. The increasing rampant rage, random violence, and growing disregard for human life leave many of our neighbors fearfully asking, "What is happening in America?" The entire body of Christ should understand the origin of this onslaught because nothing new is happening in Satan's war a... more
by Stanley HolsteinAs a child, Christmas was a time of wonder for me. School was closed. Sledding, hot chocolate, decorations, and social gatherings were the order of the day. Finally, on early Christmas morning, I would scurry downstairs to behold the lights ablaze on the tree and gifts stuffed underneath. With great anticipation, and impatience, I would wait for the rest of the family to get out of bed so we could open our presents. So, “Is Christmas truly about gifts?” I say, “Yes, absolutely.” Christmas co... more
by Weston A. Knudtson
Why is the world so messed up? War, poverty, crime, sickness, and death run rampant. Is there a root problem to all this? What if there is more to these issues than meets the eye? After all this time, it seems humanity would’ve worked out the kinks. There must be some reason the world is like this. Is there hope for this depressing world? If society continues down the same path, what does the future hold? Does God exist? Is death our final destination?
In A Hypnotizing World... more