Taste and See First Chapters by Lorilyn Roberts is an anthology of written work, or as the subtitle reads ‘A Sampling by John 3:16 Marketing Network Authors ‘. In the book there are over sixty entries – everything from various fiction genres to self help to devotionals and even…Continue
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Reviewed by: gary Sorkin, Pacific Book Review
How to Paint Chickens or The Way My Life Was and How it is Now, the main title of Vladimir A. Shvartsman’s book, is not a course in modern art – he literally painted chickens during his youth for identification purposes. Growing up in rural Russia, dirt poor and learning the ins-and-outs of responsibility, he would put a chicken “to…Continue
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This. Is. It. Finished. The End. Done with the last chapter in my second novel, a contemporary war romance titled “A World Apart”. Can’t describe what an emotional journey it was!
I feel drained, with nothing else to give, nothing else to add, but incredibly happy and at peace … I already miss my heroes, and can’t wait to see them for real, holding my book for the first time.
I’m not an American by birth, but by choice. It’s one of the best gifts the U.S. gave…Continue
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The capitalist economic system now dominates the world, but how fully does it take justice into account? John Isbister takes a practical approach to some of the most important questions about economic and social justice: How does a vast disparity of incomes from rich to poor correlate to social justice? Should inheritances be abolished? What commitment should a rich country like the United States make to foreign aid?
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This is an excellent mix between spices and the meaning of our Savior’s gift to us. This is an excellent book that puts together the pure and true love of our Savior without overdoing it. The writing is fluid and especially simple, so everyone can understand. It is the kind of book that inspires you to get out of bed in the morning and do some good.
The book is beautifully crafted to contain Yvonne’s personal stories and how they have inspired her to be closer to the Lord. The stories…Continue
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The Bible holds a secret. It always has. Did you know a 3,500 year old message exists in the Bible? Did you know this Bible code has never been revealed to mankind-until now? Interestingly, the Rabbis, Priests and Scholars have always known a coded message exists.
Since the beginning, the Bible's Five Books of Moses has held a secret code. Even more incredible, our world is learning of the code's revelations only now. The Bible is read more than any other book in the world - its…Continue
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August 23, 2011
A front-page article in the Sunday Times got my attention. It was an immigrant story unfolding in Britain, but it could certainly could have been here or in any country in Western Europe. I don’t want to get into immigration politics but I think everyone will agree that there is a certain degree of public hostility toward specific groups of immigrants. ‘Managed migration’ ensures the most desirable, skilled refugees…Continue
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I am absolutely delighted to announce that my children's book "Home and About" has made to Number 63 on the Children's Humorous Literature Bestsellers List (Amazon)
The book has been published on Kindle. Please click on the image for details:…Continue
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Most everyone who’s anyone is singing the praises of social media when it comes to marketing and promotion potential. The amen corner is full of “absolutely!” and “imperative!” when it comes to using social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and/or web sites to jump-start your writing career or increase book sales. But is social media use helping or harming your writing career?
Answer: It depends. Here are some possible boons and…Continue
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After agriculture and tourism, artisan work provides the next most significant source of income in many developing countries. Yet because of its image as a “soft” or frivolous industry, some politicians and development professionals question whether the handcraft sector is worthy of investment. An opposing view holds that the creation of sustainable employment opportunities for poor people and a positive alternative to mass production outweighs the costs. Until now, the debate has been…Continue
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