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by Richard De A'Morelli“Elements of Style 2017” is a grammar and style handbook that will help modern writers construct clear sentences, self-edit efficiently, and produce a polished final draft. It presents a collection of up-to-date grammar, style, and punctuation rules every writer should know, with simple examples. The book also explains how to eliminate the tears from self-editing with advice on revising and proofreading copy efficiently.
by Larry L. Pratt
A layman’s comprehensive guide to all things affecting fuel usage, the 18 chapters contain ideas, suggestions and projects designed to help any skipper maximize fuel dollars. Not so much a how-to book but rather a you-should-try-this message for the boat owner with average skills. Written by a marine mechanic/inventor with years of research in testing various hulls, the book even includes the plans of one unique invention that most often returns more in fuel savings than the cost of the... more
by Mike Kowis
HOW DO I SELF-PUBLISH MY NEW BOOK?
AND HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
Have you ever asked yourself these questions? If so, 14 STEPS TO SELF-PUBLISHING A BOOK is the perfect book for you! In this concise and *award-winning self-publishing guide for aspiring authors, Mike Kowis, Esq., shares his 14-step process to publishing attractive, well-written, and effectively marketed books. Don’t worry, it’s MUCH easier than you think! In this ste... more
by Dirk RendelI think this editorial review sums it up best: "Dirk Rendel's Diamonds 101: A Diamond Buyers Guide is a well-written and fascinating look at diamonds, what they are, how they're cut, and how to steer clear of the hype and phonies and get the best stone for your needs."... "If you're in the market for a diamond, this book is a must-have, and, if you've got an interest in gemstones as I do, you'll be thrilled with this comprehensive and enjoyable book. Diamonds 101: A Diamond Buyers Guide is... more
by James K. KarlsonGod Is Not a Religion: Why America Is in Decline leads readers to ask the difficult?but necessary?questions. It probes the nature of God, His ties to the American people and their long national experiment, and the characteristics of the broadly based decline cutting across the country's social, political and cultural institutions. Then it offers a path to follow for returning to the fundamental tenets that originally grounded the country. It suggests that this road to recovery will take the Amer... more
by Jeanne M. SedunIt can be overwhelming to find out that someone you love has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. This book offers a roadmap for supporting a loved one through their end of life journey. Part I of the book focuses on the most important things in the time that remains after a loved one has been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Part II of the book addresses what happens after a loved one dies. This book offers practical suggestions, checklists and forms to help you think throug... more
by Rio OleskyA Manual for the Modern Mystic received the Kirkus Reviews’ Best Book of 2013 calling it “A book of exceptional merit”. It discusses ways of expanding consciousness by following 12 spiritual laws. These laws are reflections of the 12 signs of the zodiac. Each chapter contains an introduction to a law, the astrological correlation to the law, ways of aligning with the law, and the spiritual opportunity that each law offers. What makes this book unique is that Rio provides insights through humor, ... more
by William Keiper
“CYBER CRISIS answers the question, “How can we harness the value of internet technology without opening the door to our real-lives?” CYBER CRISIS will arm you with crucial knowledge about being hacked, smartphone and internet addiction, fakers on social networks, content oversharing, the Dark Web and the personal impact of cybercrime. This information will demonstrate how high the stakes can be if you don’t improve your personal cybersecurity. You, your children, pare... more
by J edelman
A Relgio- Scientific inquiry of our Universe, the Origins of life and a revolutionary new concept explaining the existence of a physical world run by time and a spiritual world independent of time side by side. The book establishes the qualities each world type possesses and which objects relate to each. it deals with our life in our physical body as well as the continues existence of the soul after physical death.
by Colin DunbarHow to Format Your Book in Word will make life easier for you, and guide you on how to format (and design) your book in Microsoft® Word. In addition the steps to upload to online publishers is also included.
by Gisela HausmannEvery author wants to be featured on TV and in magazines, wants their books to be available in libraries, and wants to have their books read by thousands of people. Though online marketing is a good way to draw attention to books, it's a space that authors have to share with thousands of other authors, which makes "putting the spotlight on your book" harder. Industry veteran Gisela Hausmann who graduated with a masters' in Film and Mass Media from the 22nd oldest university in the world,... more
by Phyllis MagoldA Study Guide designed for high school teachers and students for use in Language Arts and Music curriculum, in conjunction with Grammy and Pulitzer Prize winner, Wynton Marsalis. For use with Marsalis's book, Moving to Higher Ground. The guide helps teachers and students explore the essence of the arts and humanity within the academic standards of secondary curriuculm. One of Mr. Marsalis's goals is to shift the paradigms of educational systems so that students can more readily engage in musi... more
by Ruby Bounds BoswellThis book is one woman's observations and views of what she perceives to be the downfall in American society. Citing her views from child rearing, healthcare, police brutality and the overall lack of common sense amongst our society, she acknowledges that not every reader will agree with her analysis. Although this book is full of her personal views, she also realizes that not every chapter may pertain to the reader. She does, however, guarantee that as you're reading you will find at least one ... more
by Jennifer BrowdyWarm and informal, this book is like having an experienced writing coach at your elbow. With a year's worth of thought-provoking, carefully structured writing prompts and essays on craft, Jennifer Browdy offers guidance and companionship for the aspiring memoirist, encouraging you to dig deeper into the storehouse of your memories to share the wisdom that only life experience can bring.
by David HuberThe book is a chronicle of the geopolitical history and the art of the Golden Valley. Tracing the tumultuous history of the valley from the 7th century to the present day, providing the backdrop for the many influences on the evolution of its art, whether from enlightened Buddhist teachers or murderous invading armies. Richly photographed, the book not only features the art itself – from exquisite centuries-old wall hangings to ingeniously designed furniture, all produced by dedicated monks –... more
by Ankur MutrejaIn a borderless world, all would be travelers. India is a mini borderless world, and Kerala lies at the southernmost tip. I live near the lovely Kashmir, but does that make Kerala any less lovely! "Writing books is the closest men ever came to having children" -- Norman Mailer. This book is indeed my baby born out of my love of nature.