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Great poetry is a thing of tremendous beauty. Most of us are not born great poets. All of us, however, can improve our ability to write better poetry by reflecting on and carefully applying these five insights.
A stimulating adventure! Sabine Muir has written a wonderful children's story that can be read many, many times. This is a time-travel, Christian fantasy novel that reminds me a little bit of one of my favorite childhood books, 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe'.
I was recommended the book Eat, Pray, Love by several friends whose opinion I really respect, so of course I had to get a copy. What a great book. If you haven't read it, it's about a woman's quest to find a way to live both in the real world and with a deep connection to God.
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Milagro De Los Santos and Oswald Grant are planning for their upcoming wedding. Because Oswald wants everything to go well with the Vampire Council, Milagro reluctantly agrees to their demands - no physical relations with her fiancee until the wedding and participation in a secret wedding ritual.
Winston of Churchill was the 2008 winner of the Green Earth Book Award and after reading this book, I can see why. Winston of Churchill: One Bear's Battle Against Global Warming is a wonderful picture book that addresses the serious issue of global warming.
Although originally published in 1937, this amazing book still holds its own amongst the many books available that discuss the psychology of wealth and investing. The way it is written discusses clearly, using examples and case studies, what you need to do in order to succeed at whatever it is you w
What is Project Enoch? Well, Project Enoch 2012 takes its name from the writings attributed to the Old Testament patriarch named Enoch. Enoch was the father of Methuselah and the great-grandfather of Noah. His writings are no longer included in the Bible, but they are still extant in the Apocrypha,
"Unnatural perversions such as the world had never known before. Some of the sheep actually followed him away some were lost, some again found; the farmer had to pay His life's savings for each sheep gone astray quite a debt to have to pay. But still he kept the snake on.
I touch the cold blurry glass; She adds a green flourish To our flowerbed; if only we could Touch. Her arms open wide, thorns Tinted red, blood dripping From what looks like two arms Of a cross. She waits in soil, Petals soft, And droplets of rain upon her Green rolled up leaves; I die for her; she&
David W. Powell enlisted for a tour of duty in April 1966 with the US Marines after receiving an imminent draft notice.Believing he would be able to leverage his existing skills as a computer programmer, he never thought all they would see on his resume was his Karate expertise.Even less that he wou
Celebrate the season, and experience some holiday magic. Read Heather Graham's heartwarming Home In Time For Christmas (Mira, 2009). It's December, 1776 as American Revolution soldier, Jake Mallory, prepares to be hung for Treason. The trap door opens, as Jake falls into a black hole. Jake
Wow! The threads of storytelling are expertly woven in this work of fiction by the Jackson's. Dave and Neta Jackson keep the readers spellbound throughout the book by using flashbacks with their main character named Lucy. Lucy was raised in a family who eked out a living working at migrant farm