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Book: Mixed Media Art - Living Your Passion by Cindy Adkins
AMAZON BESTSELLER, Kindle, Mixed Media Bestselling author and gallery artist Cindy Adkins offers an exciting look at mixed media art. If you are a mixed media artist or have ever wanted to become one, then the inspiration in this book could be just what you need to enhance your artistic journey. It includes descriptions of projects that will keep you busy exploring your own creativity. Learn [...]
 
Book: The Fundamentals of Mixology - The Art of the Cóctelier by Eric Helin-Hultquist
This book is an advanced manual that gives in-depth instruction about the creation and composition of original cocktails. It provides a general analysis of fundamental cocktail components and the part each of these plays in the scheme of the modern cocktail. This material assumes that those who read it are already fully conversant with alcohol types, basic cocktail nomenclature and the art of the [...]
 
Book: Exploring Illusions - Paintings - The Use of Optical Illusions in Art by Gary B Rohrabaugh
This book simplifies and categorizes optical illusions so the reader can learn more about them. This success of this work can be measured in the knowledge gained by defining and understanding optical illusions. Applying this knowledge should make it easier to appreciate great art and the artist's use of optical illusions.
 
Book: Counterfeit by Lee Carver
AMATEUR. MASTER. UNWILLING RECRUIT. Dr. Richard Reed, wealthy professor and connoisseur of fine art, becomes a temporary member of Interpol's Experts Group to stop the flow of fraudulent paintings. He feels sure he has found a master copyist when he zones in on an attractive tourist, Kendra Cooper. Kendra, who scrimped for years to travel to Amsterdam and study originals of the great masters, has [...]
 
Book: The Art of Modern Spirituality (and heartbreak) by Megan Jackson
An illustrated book of wisdom embracing classic art, philosophy and contemporary spirituality in modern society. Using classic artist's works - from Van Gogh to Picasso and Frida Kahlo, along with her own sketches - Megsie creates a pastiche of wisdom that grapples with the suffering and joys of authenticity and awakening to one's true self in contemporary life and the yoga path. Giving life to [...]
 
Book: Stop Teaching Our Kids to Kill - A Call to Action Against TV, Movie and Video Game Violence by Lt. Col. Dave Grossman and Gloria DeGaetano
Completely revised and updated, a much-needed call to action for every parent, teacher, and citizen to help our children and stop the wave of killing and violence gripping America's youth Newtown, Aurora, Virginia Tech, Columbine. Thereis no bigger or more important issue in America than youth violence. Kids, some as young as ten years old, take up arms with the intention to murder. Why is this [...]
 
Book: Grow Your Business Through Social Media - 10 Simple Ways You Can Use Social Media to Increase Sales and Quickly Grow Your Business by Richard Obire
If you have a business but you do not have the budget to indulge in a full blown graphic explosion of a marketing campaign, the knowledge in this eBook will prove to be a lifesaver for you. Social media tactics are one of the fastest, easiest, and least expensive ways to make sure that you too get to enjoy some of the competitive edge for your business. The Grow Your Business Through Social Media [...]
 
Book: Burning Tears by Lucia Trifan
Lucia Trifan was Born in Romania, 1949, in legendary Vrancea County. She graduated School of Fine Arts in Brasov, with degree in sculpture and ceramics. She arrived in the Island of Sint Maarten, Dutch Caribbean, in 1984, since when she becomes permanent resident. Her art is part of her biography and the personal history is written within art. At times, the creative process proven painful, yet [...]
 
Book: The Race to the Top - How to Take Over the Social Media Feed by Jonathan Goodman
We're entering an age of information overload. Almost every company in the modern World is trying to use social media. Most are terrible at it. It doesn't matter how many "likes" you have on Facebook or followers on Twitter. They are not the end game. Your product is. Social media is a tool to engage the customer, build a relationship, develop trust, and eventually sell your product. Think of it [...]
 
Book: America - We Have the Country We Want by Mark Mullen
America: We Have the Country We Want offers a fresh perspective and a common sense approach in examining some of today's most talked about social issues. In as much as we like to talk and complain about America's shortcomings, we really don't want to shake things up. We don't want America to make major changes. In this book, Mullen examines some the failures of corporate America including the [...]
 
Book: Time Under Scorpio by Brian A. Kenny
this book is another collection of fine art/outsider art bound together as a series of interconnected images. the story is told with pictures. every sign of the zodiac corrisponds to a part of the body. scorpio represents sex organs. time (which in the book is represented by saturn) and scorpio (sex) are central parts of the story (the work is about sex,life, and the fact that time is running out [...]
 
Book: Floating Lombardi (Clip Art Series Book 1) by Andi Scarlatti
Floating Lombardi is Episode 1 in Andi Scarlatti's Clip Art Series. Andi Scarlatti is an art collector. Of sorts. As she often completes acquisitions without the knowledge or consent of the former owner. And a trophy isn't necessarily art. But Andi's not necessarily a thief. Or only a thief. It's complicated. Dive in the deep end and see for yourself. @AndiScarlatti
 
Book: centripetal forces on the subconscious mind by Brian A. Kenny
i would call this a collection of interconnected images (ink and charcoal, other then isbn copyright and my email there are no words only pictures) with a very recognizable and original style. all the images have symbolic meanings, the trident representing the subconscious mind, many of the other representations use the tarot, astrology, ect...the imagery is mostly pagan (celtic and greek/roman) [...]
 
Book: Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art by Kyra Belan
Earth, Myths, and Ecofeminist Art is a contemporary art history book that documents Kyra Belan's art. She is a post modern artist who is interested in equal rights for women, ecological issues, and animal rights. For over three decades Belan has been creating her social issues artworks. She proposes that women's mythologies, history, and philosophical values must assume a mainstream position [...]
 
Book: The Lover's Portrait - An Art Mystery (Adventures of Zelda Richardson Book 2) by Jennifer S. Alderson
When a Dutch art dealer hides the stock from his gallery - rather than turn it over to his Nazi blackmailer - he pays with his life, leaving a treasure trove of modern masterpieces buried somewhere in Amsterdam, presumably lost forever. That is, until American art history student Zelda Richardson sticks her nose in. After studying for a year in the Netherlands, Zelda scores an internship at the [...]
 
Book: Twitter for Authors - Social Media Book Marketing Strategies for Shy Writers by Beth Barany
"There's nothing more tragic to me than a brilliant writer with a distinct voice and no audience. Twitter for Authors will help you find your tribe, build your platform, and boost your book sales." Mark Malatesta, Founder of Literary Agent Undercover, and former New York Times Bestselling Literary Agent - "I believe that Twitter is essential for authors and this quick guide will help remove some [...]
 
Book: Sketchboy by Randy Briley
Hello. Thank you for looking at my book Sketchboy! It's very nice of you and I appreciate it. My name is Randy Briley and over the course of a long career as an artist, I have kept little slips of paper near me on which to doodle. In line at the store, at lunch, talking on the phone or even waiting at a stoplight were all prime opportunities to let the little characters in this book come alive on [...]
 
Book: Mobile GeoSocial Intelligence by Dwayne Anderson
Mobile GeoSocial Intelligence Mobile advancement has become a giant in the technology field, The "Always ON- Always Connected " technology allows people who can't afford expensive notebook computer to switch to smartphone these days to access the internet , any time and anywhere , when you need it. If you take a look at recent development trends in technology, you will notice smartphones can get [...]
 
Book: Twitter for Writers (Writer's Craft) by Rayne Hall
Use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books. Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter - with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books. Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step-by-step strategies for success - and even the [...]
 
Book: The Frugal Book Promoter - How to get nearly free publicity on your own or by partnering with your publisher. (How to Do It Frugally) by Carolyn ...
The second edition of The Frugal Book Promoter is an updated version of the multi award-winning first edition. It has been expanded to include simple ways to promote books using newer technology, always considering promotion and marketing techniques that are easy on the pocketbook and frugal of time. It also includes a multitude of ways for authors and publishers to promote the so-called [...]
 
Book: Lost Ties by Tim Anthony
The book of art work contains descriptive works in three parts. The - first section contains a run of "stills" from an imaginary screen play - the artist conjured up. Over time, as the images developed, a sequence - of chronological flow, time and story ensued. This all happened by - accident but eventually he was able to incorporate all the images into a - WWII screen play with two separate [...]
 
Book: Penny Crayon (The prequel...) by Peter Maddocks
Penny Crayon the prequel, tells the story of a girl called Penny, who with her friend Dennis have the most amazing adventures that can take them all over the world, and can also lead them into all sorts of problems! Penny Crayon has lots of tales to tell, but this book tells the story of how it all began! Not seen elsewhere! From budding artist, to the girl who really can bring life too her [...]
 
Book: How To Train Your Cat To Promote Your Book - Have Fun With Your Feline, Go Viral In The Social Media, And Sell More Books (Writer's Craft Book 12) by ...
"How do you get your cat to pose for pictures like this?" is the question I get asked most often. People can't believe their eyes when they see my social media photos of the cute kitty 'reading' books. When I say that I trained him, the reaction is inevitably "What?!" and "You can't train a cat!" Oh yes, you can train a cat. When I say, "Sulu, shake hands" he places his right paw in my right [...]
 
Book: The Waking Muse Omnibus by Cate Morgan
THE VIOLINIST AND THE COMPOSER: The quiet life of reclusive composer and grieving widower Robert takes an unexpected turn when a violist rents a cottage on the property where he's struggling to complete his masterpiece. THE CHEF AND THE FOOD WRITER: The last thing Chef Ian Michel needs just before opening his new restaurant is the know-it-all food writer who's review of his first venue razed his [...]
 
Book: Paint it Blue by George Thomas Clark
We wonder what they're thinking, so we ask Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. And you, Picasso, what are you really like? Vincent van Gogh, please tell us more about your agony and inspiration. We must also learn about distinguished women - Paula Modersohn-Becker, Seraphine Louis, Lee Krasner, Diane Arbus, and others. I know they'll tell us. So will expressionists like Ernst Ludwig Kirschner and Otto [...]
 
Book: Sea Dreams (The Witches Of New Moon Beach Book 5) by Meriam Wilhelm
Once renowned for his artistic abilities, painter Thor Hudson has become a washed up shell of himself. Hiding out in a self-imposed retirement, Hudson is incapable of finger painting, let alone recreating even one of his famous sea murals. When the artist's publicist prematurely announces Hudson's long awaited return to the art world Hudson is faced with failing publicly or accepting help from a [...]
 
Book: A Fair To Die For by Radine Trees Nehring
It's October, craft fair season in the Ozarks, and Carrie and Henry are helping their friend Shirley sell her quilts and Baby Cuddlys at the War Eagle Craft Fair. After a mysterious cousin with ties to drug dealers appears, danger stalks the fair. When Carrie is abducted by killers following a breakfast at War Eagle Mill, she's afraid she won't escape, because though her aim in life has always [...]
 
Book: The Return of the Key by Alisha Nurse
16 year old Eliza Aurelio grapples with her mixed race identity amid rising racial tensions on her little island. For their safety, Eliza's grandfather sends her and her grandmother to a quiet town in Southwest England to stay with a relative. But this otherwise quiet town has been turned upside down by people mysteriously disappearing. Eliza eventually encounters a magical but dangerous realm [...]
 
Book: Chez Hawk (Clip Art Series Book 2) by Andi Scarlatti
Chez Hawk is Short Episode 2 of Andi Scarlatti's Clip Art Series. Andi, along with sister Zoe, are slowly taking over the helm of a powerful and far-reaching Organized Crime syndicate. But along the way, the women are still deeply committed to their first loves. Art for Andi. Or more specifically, liberating valuable antiquities and other valuables from their once and former owners. Call her a [...]
 
Book: Maggie's Art (Maggie McGill Mysteries Book 2) by Sharon Burch Toner
Maggie McGill Mystery #2 - When Florida psychotherapist, Maggie McGill, has a bad day at work does it mean burnout? How could she survive if she no longer could work as a therapist? Maggie picks up her paintbrush and finds that her art hobby provides balance that helps her continue her counseling career. Encouraged by her beloved daughter, Allie, Maggie attempts to market her art. But her budding [...]
 
Book: Boxed Set - The Coach House and Daughters by Florence Osmund
Two-Book Series: The Coach House - When Marie discovers the extent of her husband's involvement in 1940s Chicago underground activities, she gives up what had appeared to be the perfect life a good job, a loving husband, and the promise of starting a family. In her pursuit of a new life, fate draws her to Kansas where she finds refuge in a coach house apartment tucked away behind a three-story [...]
 
Book: Chubby Art Cartoon Colouring Book for Grown-ups (Chubby Art Cartoon Colouring Books Volume 1) by Alison Galvan
Re-discover your creativity! Designed for adults, this quirky colouring book with 44 cartoons on single sided medium weight non-perforated pages to eliminate the concerns of bleed through, takes you back to the days of crayons and coloured pencils. Rainbows and unicorns are replaced with decidedly more grown-up themes, and a dash of wicked humour. Let's face it, the belief that art is only for [...]
 
Book: Morris Park Crew - The Official History by John F. Lorne
The books foundation is the Graffiti Hip Hop movement in New York. The story begins in the late 1970's and compasses 30 years. As a group that spans 32 years with a deceased member list that rivals a small platoon. The reader will get a (glimpse) of the many difficult challenges and roads that these individuals choose, coupled with the obstacles they faced in the environment they grew up in. The [...]
 
Book: The History of the Snowman by The History of the Snowman
Who made the first snowman? Who first came up with the idea of placing snowballs on top of each other, and who decided they would use a carrot for a nose? Most puzzling of all: How can this mystery ever be solved, with all the evidence long since melted? The snowman appears everywhere on practically everything - from knickknacks to greeting cards to seasonal sweaters we plan to return. Whenever [...]
 
Book: Fifty Egg Timer Short Stories by Richard Bunning
This is a collection of 50 mixed genre flash fiction stories. These are all of between 600 and 1000 words, short enough to be considered as flash fiction. They vary in genre from Romance to Science Fiction, and from the banal to serious in their scope. The idea of the title is that it should suggest that each story can be read in the time it takes for an egg to boil, or for the bus to arrive, or [...]
 
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