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  • Quick improvement in essay writing

    by Subhajit Khara
    Basically subject studies are quite different and getting more advanced and complex and are also increasingly asked to think about evaluate. Same as academic essay writing is a style that anyone can learn to produce and once they know basic of writing the assignment perfectly. Some kind of essay and the academic essay should provide a solid and perfect thesis that is supported by relevant evidence. If you want to get all the information and tips related to essay writing and want to complete you... more
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    by Syed Kashif Ali

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  • Top 5 Tips to Improve Essay Writing Assignment

    by Subhajit Khara
    If you want to write an effective and quality essay then you may be walked out of the class and got the home work of writing an essay. But you need to get the tips and services from the experts on each and every single step. You may be confused on writing the essay an essay as it should be good, interesting, grammatically corrected and meaningful in all aspects.
    Must need to know more about the assignment completing before the submission then it is essential to get a medium to cover all y... more
  • Love Songs: The Lives, Loves, and Poetry of Nine American Women

    by John Dizikes

    In the first third of the twentieth century, the women's poetry movement emanated from New York City's Greenwich Village. This powerful and moving collective biography by National Book Critics Circle Award-winner John Dizikes tells the interwoven stories of Léonie Adams, Louise Bogan, Amy Lowell, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Marianne Moore, Dorothy Parker, Genevieve Taggard, Sara Teasdale, and Elinor Wylie. All were successful and innovative as poets, and lived rich and complex lives professional... more

  • How to write a precis maintaining the author's plot.

    by Mike Langer
    Authors understand that being able to write a synopsis is essential.Here I present a guide to writing a perfect critical precis.
    Writing a synopsis for a book or an article is hard. It is not easy. I shouldn’t be telling you this.

    Since your publisher or reader wants a story and wants it now, writing a precis is becoming critical and essential. This is because they need to present the prospects of your book to possible buyers and booksellers. Again, movie and television presente... more
  • W. A. Dwiggins: A Life in Design

    by Bruce Kennett
    A lavishly illustrated biography of one of the most interesting artists of the twentieth century, who designed typefaces and books, built two private marionette theaters and re-imagined the engineering of puppets, wrote fiction, essays, and satire, and was an accomplished calligrapher, illustrator, painter, sculptor, kite-maker, textile designer, and theatrical set designer. A large-format book of 496 pages, with 1200 illustrations (many reproduced at actual size), all printed in full color.
  • Fearless: How a Poor Virginia Seamstress Took on Jim Crow, Beat the Poll Tax and Changed Her City Forever

    by Charlene Butts Ligon
    FEARLESS: How a poor Virginia seamstress took on Jim Crow, beat the poll tax and changed her city forever is about Evelyn T. Butts. A poor seamstress who became a forceful and courageous voting rights champion and won a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that abolished the poll tax. In FEARLESS, we see Mrs. Butts as a mother and active citizen who works tirelessly to improve the lives of family members and neighbors, while also joining or leading battles against discrimination in employment, pu... more
  • discipl·ish: My Unconventional Pilgrimage thru Faith, Art, Evangelical Culture

    by Mike Duran
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first… blowout. In the spring of 1980, Mike Duran responded to an altar call and surrendered his life to Jesus Christ. It’d been a hard road home. Raised Catholic, in an alcoholic home, somehow he’d gone off the rails, plunging into the world of rock music, psychedelic drugs, and occultism. However, his conversion would change all that. Suddenly Mike was a Jesus freak! But his adventure was just beginning. Seventeen years from that day, he... more
  • The Hero in the Helmet

    by Joa Macnalie

    NFL Super-star athelete and humanitarian Colin Kaepernick becomes a national figure after kneeling during the singing of the national anthem. Kap make clear that his protest is about police brutality and hate crimes targeted at black and minority people in America. Kap's courage to speak up continues to empower many, while infuriating others. Those in opposition of his protests interpret his right of freedom of expression to mean insolence against military ve... more

  • The Genetic Universe: Second Edition

    by Garcia-Gonzalez
    “Mind is not essential for survival, and Mind is essential for existence to emerge.” THE GENETIC UNIVERSE explores the limitations of an invisible and silent universe, and reveals details of how Mind overcomes these limitations. Garcia-Gonzalez argues that objects cannot exist without Mind actualizing them, and in doing so, he challenges the deepest questions in metaphysics: Is a genetic essence needed before things can exist? The notions explored in THE GENETIC UNIVERSE – existence ... more
  • From Siberia to St. Kitts: A Teacher's Journey

    by Ira Sumner Simmonds
    Following the tumultuous and unexpected life of Zina Katzen, Simmonds' biography weaves disparate threads from Russia, China, Chile, France, and St. Kitts-Nevis into a vibrant tapestry revealing a surprising and exceptional woman. Stepping outside of the spinster-teacher archetype, Katzen's story is one of a complicated, fiercely independent woman whose decades of unwavering dedication and commitment to the education of children across the globe belie an intriguing, unpredictable and, at times, ... more
  • A Hudson Valley Writer's Guide, Second Edition

    by Michael Boyajian

    Quiet places around the Hudson Valley for writers to create amid the splendors of nature.  Includes accessability notations.. Video of the sites can be found on the book's social media page.  With photography

  • Green Enchantments: A Catskills Outdoor Guide and Collected Essays Second Edition

    by Michael Boyajian
    The reissue of the acclaimed book on the Catskills is now available and will bring joy to all lovers of the Catskill Mountains.
  • Experiencing Islam: Becoming Islam-Aware

    by James E. Horn
    EXPERIENCING ISLAM (Becoming Islam Aware) has been banned by librarians and was censored by the CIA The author is a retired American diplomat who worked in national security for over 25-years. He held the highest levels of TOP SECRET security clearances (the reason why the CIA reviewed and censored the book). The book has been banned by many librarians (not all – some librarians are honest about letting people read and learn). The author is recognized as one of the top 100 experts on Islam in Am... more
  • Prayers Gathered Along the Way - A Memoir Captivating Compelling Letters to God (Journey Conversations)

    by Christine Walters
    The author shares her deepest thoughts and communications from her journey conversations with God. Prayers Gathered Along the Way is a compelling, gripping, and mesmerizing collections of letters and conversations that takes you through a journey of prayers collected for the heart, mind, and soul for the purpose to help others who are going through heartache. This book is intended for healing, and moving forward from infidelity, divorce, loss, and grief. Thinking back to January 2015; I was ... more
  • The Celebrated Marquis: An Italian Noble and the Making of the Modern World

    by John D. Bessler
    During the Enlightenment, a now little-known Italian marquis, while in his mid-twenties, wrote a book that was destined to change the world. Published anonymously in 1764 as Dei delitti e delle pene, and quickly translated into French and then into English as On Crimes and Punishments, the runaway bestseller argued against torture, capital punishment, and religious intolerance. Written by Cesare Beccaria (1738-1794), On Crimes and Punishments sought clear and egalitarian laws, better public ed... more

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