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by Ray RobinsonUsually found on the back cover of the book, cover copy is often the first experience customers have with your writing (after the title, of course). Its purpose is simple: to convince potential readers to buy the book. To do that, it must be persuasive, engaging, and to the point. In short, a clever title and beautifully designed cover will get the attention of readers, but well-written cover copy will reel them in. By following a few simple rules, you can create cover copy that makes it impo... more
by Knujon MapsonPandeism: An Anthology presents the work of sixteen authors, new and old, examining the implications of the revolutionary evolutionary theological theory of Pandeism - the proposition that the Creator of our Universe created by becoming our Universe, and that this proposition can be demonstrated through the exercise of logic and reason. These authors present a wide range of views originating from their varied experiences, from professional theologians and religious educators to lay philosophers ... more
by Kathryn DanylkoWhen Kathryn Danylko was diagnosed with breast cancer, God told her to journal through her illness—then write a book. The resulting work is about so much more than cancer and medical appointments. It’s about faith. It’s about relationships and how cancer changes them. About mission trips to Haiti to help at an orphanage. About the joy of picking cherries or watering a garden. And it’s about the scientifically inexplicable incidents that demonstrate the presence of God in Danylko’s life. The book... more
by Dr Yolanda D DawsonThe book was written to encourage women of faith to recognize their God-given office and take action promoting the kingdom of God.
by Barney SperlinThe experience of gardening as seen by a man with strong opinions leavened with humor, greased with sweat, supported by dirt.
by Blanche HaddowDo you feel different from other people? Then this book is for you. Do you wonder why some people fit in and some don’t? This is a book exploring the life, thoughts and feelings of one individual and how they “fit in” with those around them and the jigsaw of life. So basically this book is about me but I hope it gets you all to think about yourselves. What about us all exploring and explaining, as individuals, our own personal way to think, feel and fit in or not with society? How do you think a... more
by Dr. Larry FallsEvidence of the connection between sex and religion can be found in fertility cults in all nations of the past. When Sex Was Religion takes a comprehensive look at how sexual practices were originally considered a religion before the introduction of Christianity.<p> Dr. Larry Falls, a registered clinical sexologist specializing in sexual abuse trauma and emotional health, spent five years traveling throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe learning about different religions, cultura... more
by Walter SchenckWalter Schenck's brilliant study of selected parables of Jesus offers new and bold insights into an oft written subject. Walter Schenck, alone, has been authorized copyright ownership of the parables by the United States government. Part One is a true testimony of a spiritually driven author with outstanding writing skills.
by Diane L. Martin
This book was written for individuals interested in quickly learning how to use Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook.
by HaribakthMany questions plaguing mind about Gita are answered here. The illustrative list of questions answered in this book is: •\tHow can Krishna, who himself ran away from battle advise Arjuna to fight his enemies? •\tHow can a 40 minute discourse of Gita be complete knowledge? •\tHow can a 5300 year old dialog be relevant to modern times? •\tIf Gita is unchanging isn’t it rigid and unsuitable to modern times? •\tHow can one discourse cater to needs of diverse types of people? •\tDoes Gita... more
by Chris Dinesen Rogers101 Things to Do on Lake Minnetonka combines history with a road map of outdoor recreation and fun things to do on the Big Water. Sections about each of the 12 towns around the lake take readers on a journey of adventure and living history. A final chapter gives the reader the inside track on the cool festivals, outdoor recreation, and other fun things to do on the Big Water.
by Raj BadalIf the human race ever found life on another planet, it will be the unmanned systems that will first smell and touch the alien soil. Similarly, it will be systems, not aliens who will first visit earth. Systems digitally encode the rules, logic, and intelligence of corporations, and manage businesses, countries and science. As the world and businesses become more competitive, very few corporations can keep pace with developing and maintaining complex systems like operating systems and browsers. ... more
by Bruce LilesThis is a book of 70 short and very short stories. Some are only a few lines. It can be seen as a cynical companion of 'All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten' by Robert Fulghum. The stories are humorous, depressing, distressing, and delightful. The author believes that some will stay with you like the time he took a class of first graders outside for the first snow. Or the six year old girl with insight into life. Or the kindergartner and his cheese sandwich. And what's the big dea... more
by Eric DemareeThis book explains everything we need to know about the ultimate religious narrative, which is the only narrative strong enough to defeat terrorism propaganda. This narrative is based on the fact that the voice of Jesus (John 10:27) is the same as the human conscience with its directives of reasonableness, mercy and forgiveness. It includes the fact that Muslim theology is much more than the Koran and hadith. Muslim theology includes the supremely authoritative directives that the Creator has... more
by Matthew Amster-BurtonEveryone knows how to live the good life in Paris, Provence, or Tuscany. Now, Matthew Amster-Burton makes you fall in love with Tokyo. Experience this exciting and misunderstood city through the eyes of three Americans vacationing in a tiny Tokyo apartment. Follow 8-year-old Iris on a solo errand to the world’s greatest supermarket, picnic on the bullet train, and eat a staggering array of great, inexpensive foods, from eel to udon. A humorous travel memoir in the tradition of Peter Mayle and Bi... more
by Sasha Baract is supposed to give everyone a quick reference to things that influence most people's daily environment. Whether on the boat or in the house, the things majority of us do to protect or harm our surrounding will be related to our precious selves - what we eat and what we throw away, with what we clean our bodies and our habitat, what we buy and wear – will be the things we can make the most impact with. Being conscious and considerate to our environment counts when only ourselves are ... more