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  • Storybank: 100 Story Ideas to Fuel Your Imagination

    by Behind the Vision, LLC
    Part of our mission is to find ways to inspire creativity. This book has 40 plot ideas, 30 character ideas, and 30 setting ideas that we hope will inspire creativity in readers personal writing endeavors.
  • James A. Bailey

    by Gloria G. Adams
    A biography of James Anthony Bailey, partner of P. T. Barnum and owner/manager of The Greatest Show on Earth during the Golden Age of the 19th Century circus.
  • Tesla's Words: A Stunning Utopia of the Future

    by Ellis Oswalt

    Emphasizing direct quotes from Nikola Tesla, Tesla’s Words explores exciting details about the great inventor that have seldom been fully recognized, or have perhaps been misunderstood.

    "A startling peek into the mind of a true genius."
    —Kirkus Review

    "Indeed, Tesla often suffered from visions and hallucinations."
    —BlueInk Review

    "Tesla's Words is an eye opening ada... more

  • Ending Wars on Uganda's Children

    by Barbara Gibby
    I arrived in Uganda in 2004, not knowing what to expect but amongst protests by friends and family who equated the country to what they saw happening in South Africa. At that time we grew to expect the frequent loss of electricity in Uganda. We knew to bring flashlights after that first year. During my first visit I was overwhelmed when I heard people talking outside the home we were staying at. Dogs barked which added to the mysterious sounds outside my door. We left the next day to go out to t... more
  • Tips to kick-start your writing career

    by Aida Vroman
    Do your creative thoughts creating turmoil in your mind and want to get them published at the best online writing platforms for readers? If yes, then you are at right place as “Online Magazine - World Class Writing Platform” has come up with a mobile application and web-portal for those writers who due to certain reasons have not yet published their creative thoughts online but now want to put them in front of keen readers. Writing is a passion and it does not require any highest qualification ... more
  • Red Card: The Soccer Star Who Lost It All to Gambling

    by Tony Kelly

    "A blossoming soccer career marred by mishaps which drove him to disaster. Ruined by an addiction to gambling, Tony Kelly lost his career, his partner, and his wealth. Now he has written his story to “invite the public, family, and friends into my secret hell of racism, despair, depression, stardom, gambling addiction and self-destruction”


  • Apttus CLM Training

    by varsha dusa
    Description: Apttus is a business to business programming supplier gaining practical experience in the field of Business Process Automation. Apttus CLM is a critical answer for endeavors to make, convey, and oversee contracts quicker. HKR's Apttus Training gives the most ideal approaches to learn in insight regarding Apttus CLM. In this Apttus CLM Training, you will acquire mastery in all the key ideas of Apttus CLM through constant activities and contextual investigations. About HKR T... more
  • Do My Programming Homework That Can Land Me the Best Grades

    by Mike Langer
    Feel depressed because of the number of assignments in programming you are getting from your tutors? Searching for expert writers to do my programming homework? Here’s a great solution for you. The top programming homework help service can help you complete the assignment with no hassles.

    If you think you are one of the thousands of students struggling with programming assignment problems that always seem to cause you headache, consider seeking help from the services that are focused... more
  • Pains and Gains of Academic Writing Book Review

    by Mike Langer
    Though hundreds of non-fictional books appear every day, a book from an academic writing service is an unusual event. I’ve bought this book here and would like to tell you about my impressions. The main question I want to discuss is whether this book is worth reading or not. Who is going to treat this book as useful? And, why is this book useful for both students and professors?

    A Few Words About The Essence of a Book

    The book under the title “Pains and Gains of Aca... more
  • The Meaning of Myth: With 12 Greek Myths Retold and Interpreted by a Psychiatrist

    by Neel Burton
    Not just the stories, but what they mean. What is myth, and why does it have such a hold on the human mind? How does myth relate to near forms such as legend and fairy tale, and to other modes of understanding such as religion and science? What is a hero, what is a monster, and what function does magic serve? How has our relationship with myth and mythology changed over the centuries? And are there any modern myths? These are a few of the fascinating questions that psychiatrist and philoso... more
  • Addicted to Dimes (Confessions of a Liar and a Cheat)

    by Author Catherine Townsend- Lyon
    How does a good girl go bad? Based on a true story, told in the author's own words, without polish or prose, this haunting tale of addiction, family secrets, abuse, sexual trauma, financial devastation, crime, and...Redemption in Recovery. One day at a time, one page at a time. Learn of this remarkable woman and her brave story. It's not how to recovery; it's how and why she got entangled in addicted gambling...
  • Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters

    by Nicól Osborne, Tamera Gittens

    Blackness Interrupted: Black Psychology Matters explores the subject of Black psychology as a field or branch of psychology that adequately addresses and explores psychology beyond the Eurocentric perspective of psychology as it relates to the Black experience. A captivating and persuasive analysis of racial bias in educational psychology by Osborne and Gittens.

    It is no secret that the many accomplishments of African Americans in the field of Psychology have not been spot... more

  • Pandemic Musings (1.11.20 - 1.20.21)

    by Denis O'Neill
    A book of essays and observations posted on Facebook during the first year of the pandemic, viewed through a political lens, gathered here in one aromatic bunch. Politics, nature, literature, humor ~ a writer's take on the art of survival in a most dangerous year.
  • Vindicating Shakespeare: A Theater Director's Study of William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice

    by Stephen Byk
    Professional theatre director and educator, Stephen Byk uses methods specifically designed and developed by theatre artists and theorists in this investigative analysis of Shakespeare's work. Vindicating Shakespeare approaches the play as a work of theatre art to be performed, not as a static literary artifact. With a running commentary as to how the play must have appeared to the Elizabethan audience, the play and characters come alive through deep, psychological insights into character motivat... more
  • Thoughts in Traffic

    by Aramide Salako
    Thoughts in Traffic is a book of thoughts, expanded from quotes to philosophical notes, essays, Shakespearean poems, noetic, and intellectual discourses. You also get to read the Author's: Letter to the World-beater; Letter to the Nigerian Citizenry, Letter to Top CEOs on LinkedIn, Letter to Elon Musk, and even a LETTER TO GOD!
  • Cherez Goroda k Sebe (Russian Edition)

    by Ekaterina Yakovina
    The book of recollections about a several cities with which the author's life is closely connected. Majestic St. Petersburg and beautiful village of the childhood. The book will be interested to the readers who see poetry in every moment of life. The book contains illustrations.