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by Brenda Mohammed
Valuable nuggets of truth for new and aspiring authors.
In 'How to Write for Success: Best Writing Advice I Received.' the author shares with new and aspiring authors valuable nuggets of truth.
Using her own experiences she focuses on the essentials of writing a book to which readers will gravitate.
The book covers plotting, writing dialogue, narrative, building a story world, choosing a book title, writing the blu... more
by Ted LarkinsThe secret to my happiness started during my high school days (yes, drugs were involved) and continued through hitchhiking across the country, through the suicide of my girlfriend, through bartending in many cities around the country and then a move to Japan. I lived there for nine years, helping start a $500 million business, including a LARKINS (my last name) line of product, finding enlightenment and meditating in Zen temples in the mountains of Hiroshima, meeting Mother Teresa in Calcutta, p... more
by Mark Derrick BoisvertInformation on Government, General Health, Illness by cigarette smoking and illegal drugs, Information on religion, Plus the space race.
by Gigi Langer, Ph.D.50 Ways to Worry Less Now offers four life strategies and 50 practical tools to dissolve the “whispered lies” of negative thinking. It’s filled with compelling stories and easy-to-use ideas that empower readers to manage troubling times with calm wisdom, fulfill their dreams, and create loving relationships.
by mark stevensEveryone needs to sell something: themselves (in their careers), products, services and ideas to family and friends. The problem is that the way of selling is taught is based on nonsense delivered by coaches, professors and the like who have never sold anything. This book -- written by a lifelong entrepreneur and salesman -- ( a legend in the marketing world due to his best sell "Your Marketing Sucks" -- wipes away the myths and delivers a unique approach for selling that flies in the face of ... more
by Aliza McCracken
This life-affirming book portrays the beauty and grace of the human spirit. Artist and author, Aliza McCracken offers positive imagery and affirmations to brighten each moment of your day. Discover a refreshing sense of peace, hope, and love through Aliza's artistry!
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The Joint Kitchen: A Handbook for Orthopaedic Inventors and Fraidy Cats Facing a Knee or Hip Replacementby Michael David Ries, MDImagine a doctor doing ordinary activities in his kitchen, stopping to draw some of the everyday objects around him, like an orange and a corkscrew. Then watch him turn those drawings into advanced patents for hip and knee replacements. Dr. Michael Ries holds 45 patents, and many of his ideas came to him in the kitchen. The remarkable efficiency of the human hip and knee are described here through simple illustrations, explaining why hip and knee replacements will never be quite as perfect as th... more
by Grace AllisonLearn how to change fear into fun Do You Have a Dream? 5 Keys to Realize Your Dream will alter your consciousness in a fun and playful way. Take charge of your life with, "Do You Have a Dream Workbook" Use the powerful five keys to life and living, advancement and how to create positive change. Creativity is a joyful and spiritual experience of incitement the inward feeling of excitement that changes the molecules and cells. Find your incitement your joy your dreams NOW!
by Sue VernonAs I am writing to you, I am thirty-five years old. As you read my story about me being abused, I was only seven or eight at the time. Even though I denied my abuse to Investigators, the hurt and the damage was already done. It took me this long to tell my story. Please help anyone to get out of any abusive relationship or home. Only one voice can make a difference, and that voice can be yours! But, do I call it Justice?
by Pat McGowanNEW TECHNIQUE CONNECTS COUPLES Why do so many couples fail or feel like things could be better in their relationships? I believe it's because no one ever taught us how to create and sustain an intimate one. Whether you are in a relationship or not, Project Intimacy can help! This brand-new technique shows you how to create the closeness you want with a partner. Learn the 3 steps to creating emotional intimacy. Step 1 - Teaches you how to build your unique CORE together. Step 2 - ... more
by Michael TaylorShattering Black Male Stereotypes ~ Eradicating The 10 Most Destructive Media Generated Illusions About Black Men. Practical, illustrative, and informative, this interesting read is packed with proven solutions and techniques to help the average black man overcome the stereotype mindset and also live above the generic media illusions about the Black race. Having conquered discrimination, homelessness, divorce, and several other acts of inhumanity in his life-time, renowned coach and expert spe... more
by Biff MitchellWritten for busy people like you who have always wanted to write a book, Writing Hurts Like Hell: How to Write a Novel When You Don't Have Time to Write a Short Story, guides you step-by-stop through the process of writing a novel from conceiving an idea, to developing the idea into a well-plotted story, and then revising your finished first draft into a manuscript that's ready to send to an agent or publisher. This workshop-in-a-book breaks the entire process into manageable tasks that will fit... more
by Felix GrahamInspirational and Christian songs written over the years and desire to share them with the world and musicians and singers. Hoping to connect with Christian music publishers, choirs, singers and song writers desiring to collaborate on projects.
by R. John
This booklet is directed at the person who has never bought or owned a share of stock in their lives. Never invested in a Mutual Fund and has absolutely no idea what the initials EFT means.
This booklet is NOT going to tell you how to make a million bucks in one week. That’s virtually impossible to do, but it will give you some instructions that may help you get far better than bank interest on an investment of any size.
It covers stocks, mutual funds, IRAs, whole life annuiti... more
by Earl DingmanTeaches the newcomer to self--publishing about free and paid editing, grammar tools, formatting your book text for both eBooks and print books. Fonts, size, style of text, indents and paragraphing. A look inside the process of making a print book. Introduction to Copyrights. Sample of how a simple cover is made using free programs like Paint. Webpages with an HTML primer so you can code a simple page. An introduction to promotion and tools like Twitter and Facebook. Resource links to both free a... more
by Elizabeth Stewart, Ph.D.A concise guide for parents of Millennials, No Thanks Mom offers safe advice on what to do with those objects that were lovingly saved, but are not welcomed by the next generation. Learn how to downsize your home without upsizing your children’s home, and without causing strife in your relationships. Prompted by a personal experience of discovering her own treasures in a Goodwill store, Dr. Stewart’s fun-to-read guide will have you alternating between laughter and tears as she sets forth plans ... more