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Book: Essay 101 - The Solution to all Nigerian and International Essay Contest by Stanley I. Kalu
Essay contest winning ideas always works but it is important for you to know whether those ideas are useful. Take a look on these winning ideas: 1. Read the instructions carefully: Read the instructions again and again, it will tell you how to write an essay and the exact essay format, it will also tell you about the essay length or the word counts. For example; if you have been asked to write [...]
 
Book: Elephants in the Room by Charlene Wexler
Elephants In The Room is award-winning author Charlene Wexler's latest collection of short fiction and essays examining life, love, and the tragedy and comedy of the human condition. Whether she is tackling fiction or essays, Charlene Wexler writes from the heart. With a keen eye for detail and a way of looking at the world a bit sideways, Wexler's writings in Elephants In The Room will entertain [...]
 
Book: Amateur Night by Marla Martenson
If you are looking for a short story with lots of laughs, Amateur Night is for you. In the relationship tango called "Compromise," Marla has bent over backwards a few times too many. Though her Latin husband is a passionate lover, his anger has a fiery side as well. He had promised a special Valentine's Day, but on the morning of the celebration, Marla's resentment spews. The vivid memory of a [...]
 
Book: A cup of coffee and a good talk by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
This book rescues the pleasure of reading good texts addressing several contemporary subject matters such as friendship, faith, the advantages of getting old, happiness and many others. More than offering solutions and answers, it entices the reader to reflect on its own. So that, relax with your cup of coffee and enjoy the reading.
 
Book: Natural Colours - A celebration to unnoticed treasures by Luiz Valerio de Paula Trindade
Black, blue, green, purple, red, white, yellow, you name it. Vibrant, vivid, pale, dark or light, and so forth. Those and many other equally incredible aspects are all characteristics of the fascinating colours that nature provides us with on a daily basis and most of the times many people do not notice them. Therefore, this photo essay is both an awakening and a celebration to those amazing [...]
 
Book: Letting Go - An Anthology of Attempts by M. E. Hughes, editor
A fascinating collection of life stories told by 30 authors from eight countries. They write of their attempts to move beyond crippling grief, free themselves of haunting memories, get out from under abusive relationships. They tell of their struggles - often painful, sometimes funny - to let go of everything from a fear of horses, to old family homes, and piles of books and papers. "Does the [...]
 
Book: Blooms, Blunders, and Blessings by Marjorie Eldred
Do you want to feel the fresh air, the cool greens, the vibrant colors of your garden again? You created one of the most beautiful gardens on the block. Neighbors loved to gather in your garden, admire your accomplishments, and talk about your green thumb. Now you feel trapped, prisoner of a body or a job that no longer permits you to pursue your favorite pastime. You still admire the beauty as [...]
 
Book: Get Great Trips for Free - Make Travel Writing Work for You by Linda Ballou
Renegade way to get the great trips you are dreaming about. Adventure travel writer, Linda Ballou, shows you how to go through the back door and streamline your efforts. She provides a roadmap that bypasses the gatekeepers. Simple, direct with wonderful insights and examples of what you need to do to get places you want to go. Linda tells it like it is and shows your short cuts to success. An [...]
 
Book: My Country - Essays and Stories from the Edge of Wilderness by Nowick Gray
Back-to-the-land memoir weaves essay, story, nature and magic realism, homesteading and wilderness survival. My Country expands the containers of essay and story, adventure and lyric, naturalism and fantasy, to overlap and mingle in this collection unified in its spirit of place, the forests and mountains of interior British Columbia.
 
Book: Yesterday's Blossoms - A collection of some of Roger Bruner's previous writings by Roger E. Bruner
Although Roger E. Bruner is a novelist now, he's written a variety of other works--both fiction and non-fiction--over the years. This collection contains poetry, a dramatic monologue, several short plays, a short story, and a moving essay about the death of a baby. He is especially pleased to share with readers the short story that led to the novel, Found in Translation, and the play his novel [...]
 
Book: Parenting Great Girls - Giving Our Daughters the Courage to Live Authentic and Confident Lives by Jeannie Norris
In this engaging and aspirational book about raising confident and independent-minded adolescent girls, educator Jeannie Norris draws on her sixteen years of experience as head of an all-girls independent school to address the issues that challenge today's girls and their parents. WIth wit and insight she combines stories about her own Midwest ubringing, principles that governed her daily [...]
 
Book: The Abencerraje - A New Translation by Jessica Knauss
A Top 20 Amazon Bestseller in Literary Fiction! This edition includes: A never-before-published translation of El Abencerraje - Useful explanatory notes - A short, original introductory essay - A heartwarming tale of love and friendship in a time when no one could imagine anything but war. This is a classic story of the exotic landscape of medieval Spain, written about 1551, in a new, easy to [...]
 
Book: How To Write Your Story - record your personal history in 30 minutes a day by Deb Graham
Why Write Your Own Story? It's a scary thought--What if you die before you tell your life's story, and your busybody sister-in-law decides to write it for you? Yes, she's diligent, but she never really liked you, and she surely doesn't know you as well as you know yourself. No one can tell your personal stories as clearly or as accurately as you can! Now's the time, before it's too late. No dry [...]
 
Book: 30 Days Of Illum-i-na-te! - The Truths Revealed (Vol. 1) by Dwight L Fields
***Pronounced, "Illuminate" not "Illuminati." Details Are Fully Explain Within ***A Daily Quick Read Guide For Positive Self Enlightenment! ***Between These Pages, You Will Learn Exactly Where To Find Your Riches And Your True Purpose! ***You Will Learn How To Stay Forever Young! ***'30 DAYS OF ILLUMINATE!..' Will Boost Self-Esteem In You, Any Teen, Or In Any Adult, Alike! ***The Author Designed [...]
 
Book: Kundalini Musings by JJ Semple
This book consists of essays written over the past seven years. Each essay has been edited and updated to reflect the latest findings across a broad spectrum of kundalini research - a wide assortment of kundalini-related topics and writings under one cover, all my 40 plus years of kundalini experience contained in this one book, that is...until my kundalini guides me to new experiences - which it [...]
 
Book: Secret Shame by John Needham
Julie Hawkins has a pretty good life, really. Or so she thinks. Marriage to a rock-solid, dependable policeman. Three lovely kids. A nice house in a smart suburb of Liverpool. It's the respectable comfortable middle-class dream. She has more, does unassuming little Julie Hawkins nee Brennan, than she would ever thought she might have aspired to. But her younger, wilder days, after fleeing a [...]
 
Book: Disequilibrium - A World Out Of Kilter by Thierry Malleret
"Disequilibrium" is an essay at the intersection of economics, geopolitics, and political and environmental science: it connects the dots between various academic disciplines and does a great job at simplifying the increasing complexity of today's world. It contends that in the foreseeable future, our world will be lurching from one global crisis to the next as it becomes much more susceptible to [...]
 
Book: Mister Kreasey's Demon (Let Storm Clouds Pass series Book 1) by Raymond Nickford
Broken by his street-hardened London students, reduced to paranoia, can Amy's teacher stop himself losing she, alone, he might have trusted, might have loved ? Mister Kreasey's Demon Visiting his apartment to bring her teacher a long overdue essay, Kreasey noticed : "Amy stood on her very highest heels, the ones that gave her an extra three-and-a-half inches over a world that had always seemed to [...]
 
Book: Double Spy by Peter van Wermeskerken
Synopsis: Double Spy is my autobiography as a double agent in East Germany and the Netherlands, from March 1967 to September 1970. While I visited a young woman in Chemnitz, two men approached her, wanting to see me. Soon after, we spoke, and they recruited me as a spy for the HVA (intelligence service of the Ministry of State Security, the STASI). Back in the Netherlands, I immediately reported [...]
 
Book: Down Below - Reminiscences of a World War II Engine Room Merchant Seaman by Edward Ted Jones Whitehead
World War II perils and adventure as never told before, from the eyes of a merchant navy engine room seaman. Ted takes the reader from his native Wales in the Rhondda Valley, to global journeys on numerous ships pursued by German U boats The narrative takes the reader to Canada, where his ship the S/S Lilliy was torpedoed on his first Trans Atlantic crossing. After to New York, The Caribbean [...]
 
Book: Outsmart Your Exams - 31 Test-Taking Strategies & Exam Technique Secrets for TOP Grades At School & University (SAT, AP, GCSE, A Level, College, High ...
What grades will you find in your envelope on results day? Discover 31 test-taking strategies from the new science of recall and performance to maximise your mark on exam day, and unleash your full grades potential! You want the results. Only the exams stand in your way. Months, maybe years of work are behind you, and it's all going to come down to just a few hours in the exam hall. What if there [...]
 
Book: The Boon - Thoughts of a Schizophrenic in Remission by Eugene Uttley
Riddled into this experimental open letter is the story of a man who made the "hero's journey" to another world and back again. The prize he won there, the ultimate boon, is knowing what he wants. "Wisdom warns against desire, but there is power in wanting - power that can fuel the will and keep lit that precious torch, hope." This line stands as a rare moment of profundity in a largely [...]
 


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