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by Howard DensonTHE WRONG STUFF: FINDINGS OF A FORENSIC GRAMMARIAN (2nd edition) by Howard Denson has been described as "Strunk & White’s ‘Elements of Style,’ mixed with the Comedy Channel." As a self-help aid, the book helps the aspiring writers to make their way across the battle field of the Prescriptive Grammarians (with their black flag of linguistic doom) and the Descriptive Grammarians (with their white flag of surrender to almost any language usage). It devotes chapters to "How to Read The Wrong Stuff,"... more
by Howard DensonHAPPY BIRTHDAY, AUTHORS: FINDING YOUR PLACE AMONG WRITERS (398 pp) by Howard Denson is a nonfiction book listing the birthdays of several thousand writers, poets, playwrights, freelancers, nonfiction authors, and other scribes. It also offers over 1,100 quotations from authors who comment on the process or value of writing. The collection provides two chapters for those who follow their zodiac signs: “Astrology for Wordsmiths” and “Astrology for Wordsmiths Rides Again.” The final chapter focuses... more
by Dana GoreChoose Awareness is about how to become an observer of yourself and the world around you. It helps you to discover self-awareness and personal responsibility. In a world where society governs and conditions the human experience, questioning things and learning to use critical thinking and discernment is an asset. This is how you free your mind - and become your OWN guru
How to Stop Paper Piles Now and Forever: A Guide to Eliminating Paper Clutter and Creating a Lifestyle with Less Stress & More Sby randy wickstromThe average American uses more than 635 pounds of paper per year and receives approximately 49,060 pieces of mail in their lifetime with 1/3 of it comprised as junk mail. (NAPO media stats) Each year, about 100 million households receive over 16.6 billion catalogs and 23% of adults pay bills late and incur late fees because they can’t find their bills. (Harris Interactive) Added up, Americans waste more than two hours a week finding, retrieving and storing paper based documents. Paper clut... more
How to Stop Paper Piles Now and Forever: A Guide to Eliminating Paper Clutter and Creating a Lifestyle with Less Stress & More Sby randy wickstromThe average American uses more than 635 pounds of paper per year and receives approximately 49,060 pieces of mail in their lifetime with 1/3 of it comprised as junk mail. (NAPO media stats) Each year, about 100 million households receive over 16.6 billion catalogs and 23% of adults pay bills late and incur late fees because they can’t find their bills. (Harris Interactive) Added up, Americans waste more than two hours a week finding, retrieving and storing paper based documents. Paper clutter is... more
by Loren Gelberg-Goff, LCSWThe isolation, anger and resentment that replace the loving and compassionate care of loved ones fills the caregiver with guilt and shame. This can be reversed. Never before has self-care for the caregiver been more important as stress levels through every area of our lives increase. The struggle to create and maintain an emotional balance is imperative as caregiving becomes a growing responsibility for so many families. In Take Back your Life: A Caregiver’s Guide to Freedom in the Midst of Over... more
Healing Mind: Five Steps to Ultimate Healing, Four Rooms for Thoughts: Achieving Satisfaction Through a Well Managed Mindby Janice McDermottHealing Mind describes a way of organizing your thinking with the intention of awakening you to your complete self. Because our conscious and unconscious thinking creates our life story, the power of our thoughts affects us in profound ways-contentment and health or illness and turmoil. In these pages, you become your own therapist. Using practical tools for healing a whole variety of emotional and spiritual ills, you approach the past and future in the here and now, which then heals your experi... more
by Kenneth WeatherfordThis study guide is for either one person's study or a classroom; however, even in a classroom it is the individual's responsibility to develop their relationship to Jesus Christ. In James letter to early Christians, he said, "22But don't just listen to God's word. You must do what it says. Otherwise, you are only fooling yourselves. 23For if you listen to the word and don't obey, it is like glancing at your face in a mirror. 24You see yourself, walk away, and forget what you look like."
by Kenneth WeatherfordAs I was to find out as an adult, reborn Christian, God is a God of gentleness, love, forgiveness, and relationship - not a purveyor of bizarreness, terror, or fear of not measuring up to His expectations. He is not a god of chaos or rules. He is a God of Order and Love. Some "strange" things historically and contemporarily do happen to people who encounter God in the form of His Son Jesus, but not scary stuff (Google and read Jonathon Edwards report on the repenting and joyful people he dealt w... more
by Marcus HurstImagine, if you had to put a 1000-piece puzzle together without so much as a glance at the big picture. Wouldn't that be a discouraging task? That is how many people find life. Millions of folks are struggling to locate satisfactory answers to life's big questions. They wonder, "running around on this globe trying to have fun the best way to spend our few years of live existence?" "There are many different explanations for our role on earth and how we arrived here. But who is correct? Does anybo... more
by Meghan McDonnellIn volume seven of this addictive and vicarious series, McDonnell gets married in Las Vegas, copes with the unexpected death of a significant person in her life, supports her best friend through pregnancy and childbirth, and continues to reflect on family, friends, sense of place, and identity.
by Meghan McDonnellVolume five in this addictive and vicarious series covers McDonnell’s third year in college, traveling, working in a diner and lounge, and explorations into rape, September 11, family, friendship, alcoholism, depression, mental illness, and the meaning of life.
by David T. Garland IIIA fairly comprehensive excursion through a rationally deduced explanation of why we want what we want, why we believe what we believe and how others make us believe what they want us to believe.
by Meghan McDonnellIn volume four of this addictive and vicarious series, McDonnell visits New York and London, walks away from her first love, begins her foray into acting, wades through family friction and goes back to college.
by Meghan McDonnellVolume two of this addictive and vicarious series spans her freshman year of college, first love, a trip to Australia, and navigating young adulthood, living on her own among peers.
by Amanda H. Williams30 days of reflections from the stillness of the time-out chair in the midst of the hustle and bustle of one busy woman's topsy turvy life.