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Arts | Transitions: 257 | Date: 2016-04-20

The book contains easy simple steps which help anyone start writing now. 
It will answer your question on how to write a book? 
It will help you in any level to start writing your book now. 
It will give you the proper guidance to star writing books today and share your thoughts and knowledge.

Discover the best subjects to write about
✓ Learn more about the process of writing
✓ Learn how to write well 
✓ Learn how to get some comments before you publish your book

This book will encourage you to be a writer!

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Tags: How To Write A Book, Faiz Ibrahim, writing a book, writing a book for beginners, how to become a good writer, writing a book easy ways, how to write better, writing tips, new authors, new writers, writing advice, how to write a bestseller, how to write well, writing guidance, process of writing, tips for writers

Literature/Culture | Transitions: 7 | Date: 2019-02-13

"The book was well written and very enjoyable. You can learn a lot about Alaska Native cultures in Southeast Alaska from this book." amazon.com
"I bought this book because I know the author. I love to read about our history of the Tlingit people. Great book." amazon.com

Clayton’s biggest fear becomes his realty. He sees his culture fading like autumn leaves falling to the earth with no hope of rejuvenating itself like it does when spring arrives and everything starts its journey all over again.

Elizabeth, Clayton’s daughter and mother of Jonathon and Richard, is married to Sakarja Skovdahl, who drinks a lot and frequently beats her. She eventually leaves him and moves in with her parents. Clayton takes on the father role for the boys by teaching them how to fish, speak Tlingit, and sing and dance.

When Jonathon goes off to school, Clayton is proud because he knows an education will prove beneficial in addition to his time-honored teachings. Little does he know Jonathan will be punished for speaking the native tongue. When Jonathon returns for the summer to help his grandfather at fish camp, Clayton is surprised when Jonathan no longer has a desire to speak his own language. After explicit orders from his grandfather not to use the motors for fishing, Jonathon uses them anyway.

Cedric Moore moves to Dry Bay looking for work. He fights inner demons that haunt him because of his war experiences. Despite his inner battles, Cedric does good deeds and he likes the Tlingit culture and people. After helping one of her sons, he forms a relationship with Elizabeth, who he passionately loves

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 13 | Date: 2019-01-30

"Awesome incredibly moving work from this young author. It was very hard to put this book down once I open the first page. I look forward to this future work." amazon.com

A collection of poetry from an abstract construct using colorful wordplay and clever rhyme schemes. 

This is not just a book, it's an experience designated to take you on a ride through the many perceptions of life. Reality is unique to each individual, but it can also be shown to others in a beautiful way. Nothing is off limits when expressing yourself. All sorts of topics are discussed. Realize that life has many lenses to view it from, so this poetry is for the open-minded and those looking to open theirs. These words are stitched together from with a purpose to show you all what happens when the mind, body, and spirit are in harmony. 

Enjoy Living Verses and the experience it will bring to your heart.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 13 | Date: 2019-01-26

"Great page-turner. This debut novel of Neil Perry Gordon’s certainly makes for a compelling read." amazon.com
"OMG!!! Neil!!!! I just finished the book!! I am in shock...and awe!!! Completely blown away by your writing!!" amazon.com

A Cobbler’s Tale is an adventure story about Pincus Potasznik, a second-generation Jewish cobbler, born in a small shtetl in the province of Galicia, part of the former Austro-Hungarian Empire. 

In 1910, at the historic height of the massive Eastern European immigration wave to the New World, Pincus decides to leave behind his pregnant wife, and three small children, in order to seek a new life for his family in the burgeoning Lower East Side of Manhattan. On his traumatic voyage across the Atlantic Ocean on the SS Amerika steamship, Pincus meets Jakob Adler, a young man running from an accidental murder of a notorious crime boss in Warsaw. 

The story also explores the challenges of pregnant Clara Potasznik as she does her best to protect her family, while the bloodiest battles of World War I explode within miles of her family home, a small village called Krzywcza. Moshe, the young son of Pincus and Clara Potasznik, discovers his divine ability to foretell dire events, and to offer real comfort those in pain, taking the reader into the wisdom and mystery surrounding the ancient Jewish mysticism, known as Kabbalah. 

A Cobbler’s Tale is a story of a family’s survival against tremendous odds.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 24 | Date: 2018-12-23

The balance doesn't only affect us spiritually, it affects us in all aspects of life and also in our economy and politics.

"A must read for everyone. Excellent book. Fantastic read, very eye opening with a fresh perspective. Given the current political and spiritual climate globally this could not have come at a better time. So many interesting topics are covered in a manner that feels new but with a sense of wisdom that is timeless." amazon.com

Followed my Star (Volume 3) is the book of all the solutions provided throughout the storyline. It explains a new age philosophy towards world peace. How the universe and our world works. 

It takes you into a place of self-exploration and the desire of finding yourself with answers. You will finally figure out yourself and the world around you by reading this book. 

Warning: This book is a different type of approach to world peace. It uses at times a bold tone, because the reality we live in is not pretty at all times.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 35 | Date: 2018-11-16

The African Piper of Harlem involves a family of Nigerian descent and how they deal with living in Harlem, New York. 

"As always, Zeena Nackerdien brings her unique perspective on American life. Her penetrating yet gentle critique enables all readers, regardless of their background or experience, to empathize with her characters and the trials they face. An absorbing read and excellent way to spend an afternoon!" amazon.com
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Neither fish nor fowl, every immigrant threads the needle between being one of "us" versus one of "them." The plot is both a fantasy and an exercise in exploring ways in which recent African immigrants and African-Americans recognize and embrace each other's cultural differences.

In Harlem, the mecca of black America, immigrants of every complexion live side by side with the descendants of slaves. The story begins with a description of how bullies belittle the twins, Bilal and Nawaal, who are of Nigerian descent. Grandpa Abram and their mother, Ola, do not know how to help the children. 

Out of nowhere, a mysterious figure, Abekepi appears, and this fantastic piper offers to rid the neighborhood of bullies for a crazy reward. What follows is an intriguing, and sometimes unsettling, weaving of social themes, in which a supernatural being intervenes to turn the struggles of a single mother and her twins into triumph.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 39 | Date: 2018-09-29

Everything that we hear surrounding motherhood portrays a beautiful, nurturing, and a powerful bond that cannot be broken by any human being, or length of time. Nonetheless, this idealism is not the case for all mothers.
From her earliest memories at four years old, Callie Flinn began to notice that her mother differed greatly from the others around her.
Callie’s school friends had mums who were kind, warm, and selfless in nature, whereas Callie’s mother, Donna Flinn, was only able to mimic this behaviour in public. In private, Donna’s true and sinister identity would regularly emerge. Instead of providing care and an abundance of love for her daughter, Donna began to carry out wilful acts of spite, which included using violence, severe neglect, and intolerance towards her preschool child. Callie is parentified; she is used by her own mother and heavily burdened by Donna’s erratic and volatile emotional outbursts. Callie is unable to process the world around her and therefore, she begins to feel unsafe on a daily basis; Callie lives, day to day; in flight mode. She does not receive comfort from her mother; however, the expectation is for her, a small child, to provide this for Donna. Slowly, Callie begins to hear the same message repeated loud and clear, that her feelings do not matter and that she is to put the needs of everyone else around her first.
The situation would only become worst for Callie, as her mother and father split and Donna begins a new relationship with Allan.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 31 | Date: 2018-07-24

The Stories of Resilience, Courage, and Spiritual Transformation is a compilation of student essays written by Puerto Rican students who fled Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria and moved into the arms of St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. The narratives captured in this book accurately chronicle the impact this natural disaster had on their lives. These are stories of survival shared by a courageous and resilient group of young adults.

Each student describes the devastation they experienced – days without food, water, gas and the means to communicate. Each one expressed the apprehension they felt about leaving their families and loved ones. For some, this would be the first time venturing out on their own. 

Reading these essays will move you to experience a diversity of emotions. Each student will take you on a journey; one filled with uncertainty, fear, anxiety, courage, resilience, and hope for a better future.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 53 | Date: 2018-04-22

My Conception

True story
My grandmother sent my mother to buy a stick of butter. On her way some young boys were standing around, and one boy said I like you and started walking down the road. After that she returned home with the butter and in nine months I was born.
Back in the 40’s & 50’s, young girls had sex with a boy over and over without using condom and in nine months a baby is born. During that time, mothers’ were too young to take care of the baby and the family had to raise the baby, and this is the same thing that happened to my mother; she had two daughters before she got married. 
The same things are going on today with young people, and so many babies are in Foster homes.
I learned we don’t know how we came into this world, but I thank God I am here. What a blessing to feel so special; I thank God, my mother and that young black man who is my father. My mother had a second child by the same young man. What happen and the reason she was born into this world? I guess to have a play mate. I know my Mother and Father loved me and my sister. 
Years later my mother got married and had many other children. As time passed I had 7 brothers and one more sister. I know my real mother loved us both, and I know God loves us all.

This is the story of a young black girl who grew up in Savannah, Georgia at the time of segregation. She moved to California to make a better life for herself. She talks about her battle with cancer, abuse and her love for the Lord. Frances is eighty-one years young and loving it.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 55 | Date: 2018-04-17

"This book was very well written. For those looking for historic/science fiction, Steve Sloane is an amazing writer. I highly recommend it." amazon.com

Late Victorian London, 1899. Seigfried Wallace, a lowly clerk at insurance company Radcliffe House, is invited by Mr. James Spall, a friend of his from upper management, to The Gaiety, a private gentlemen’s club in Knightsbridge for an evening’s social engagement. With reluctance, Seigfried accepts. Soon after, James disappears and Seigfried sets about trying to correlate the possibility of his friend’s absence, with the club. A second, and somewhat mysterious invite to a Christmas Eve gathering at the club draws Seigfried closer to the reasons for James’ disappearance, as well as engaging him in the club’s most secret purposes-those made privy to only its highest, distinguished members.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 49 | Date: 2018-03-09

From Bestselling Author Peter Quinones
Comes A Delectable Selection Of Offbeat Stories...
That Will Titillate, Stimulate, And Otherwise Elucidate You
On The Wonder Of Short-Form Fiction.

Five plus stars.. If you’re a serious writer, or ever want to be, there is much to learn from and admire in this eclectic collection. ~Don Sloan, Publishers Daily Reviews and member, National Book Critics Circle
This fellow can write.  His sentences illuminate the screen of an e-reader like neon against wood paneling. ~The US Review of Books
Wow - raw, intriguing storytelling - I couldn't put this book down! ~Amazon.com

Partial contents of the stories contained herein:

THE FIZZ NOTORIO
Eve Patricia is a young twenty something. Mike Harshwine is an old forty something. They’re not exactly lovers, but they’re not just friends either. Today, holding hands and walking down a busy street in Queens in the early afternoon, they will be eyewitnesses to one of the most bizarre incidents in the entire history of recorded human behavior.

BURN SERIES
Dixie Demando is a successful executive with a top ranking U.S. diplomat for a boyfriend and a wild, totally out of control younger sister who’s in town for a visit. This morning her diplomat keeps sexting her while her sister staggers in wasted from an all night party…with a man on each arm.

POSTMODERN DECONSTRUCTION MADHOUSE
Every evening at about six PM angry, hunchbacked women began to appear in the lobby.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 68 | Date: 2018-01-24

"If you read one work of non-fiction this year; let this be it!" New York Times Best Selling Author J.L. King
"A provocative page turner! This book will leave you breathless with its protagonist's whirlwind of a life seemingly spinning out of control." amazon.com

......soldier, father and husband Charles E. Sullivan is home on leave. The night heat is almost unbearable. He looks patiently out the window at the trees that are swaying back and forth in the wind. Rain the size of a pebble is pounding on the roof top as if begging to get in. This is not new to him; he has lived on the island that sits off the coast of Georgia most of his life. His two young children jump as the lightning that flashes across the sky is followed by a roaring thunder that shakes the walls of their small home. There is a faint crackling sound and the house is blanketed in darkness. It is within that instance that the life of a loving family would change forever. His children are stolen, he is left a cripple and the wife he's  loved since grade school abandons him. Fourteen years would go by before he would see them again.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 64 | Date: 2018-01-10

Inspired by true events
A face without a name is intangible, as is a name without a face...
My freedom was taken away from me when my family was discovered by a man—a slave trader—with a personal vendetta. After watching my family tortured before my eyes, me and my baby sister were sold into slavery in Virginia where we learned first-hand everything our parents worked so hard to conceal us from.

But I didn't want my baby sister to breathe the sins of this world, so I did what I thought was best. I took her life.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 60 | Date: 2017-10-31

Is Halloween actually Celtic?
How are Samhain and Halloween Connected?
Why was Samhain celebrated?
Did All Saints Day emerge from Samhain?

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 65 | Date: 2017-10-20

"An excellent historical graphic novel on the 1565 Great Siege of Malta" amazon.com

In a most brutal and gory battle 700 Knights of St. John defend Europe, at Malta, from a massive Ottoman Empire invasion force. Based on the 1565 Great Siege of Malta. 

This graphic novel, collects the four issues in the 700 Knights comic book series.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 84 | Date: 2017-10-13

"From Windy Ridge to the Flint Hills is one of the most interesting and touching novel I have read this year." amazon.com
"This is the kind of story that will linger in your thoughts long after you turn the last page." amazon.com

Everything changes for Kelly Stolter the morning she finds her mother dead from pneumonia. 

The rug is suddenly jerked out from under her and her two younger siblings, Lola and Colton. Their steady world started to shake. Bills were coming due. The ranch loan on Windy Ridge Ranch must be paid. The tears won’t stop.

Shifty cattle ranchers rubbed their hands together ready to prey on the seemingly naive young children. Kelly had watched her blue-ribbon cutting horse riding mother and champion rodeo winning father negotiate horse sales all her life. Either she could follow in their footstep and keep the family going or not.

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 81 | Date: 2017-08-27

"In the coming age of Aquarius the people of earth are going to meet the people of the Universe." 
~ Edgar Cayce

Uniting the human race as one race no matter what color, or creed. The evidence of the Anunnaki Gods are in our DNA. So if you are in a human body, then you are of the human race! Scientists have proven that a huge percentage of our DNA is not from earth...

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 103 | Date: 2017-04-25

The Art of Schmearing is really a game of elimination. The game could be taught to even the youngest children and it creates an atmosphere where innocent people could be targeted. Why you may ask? Well it's the phenomenon of the civil war created by a culture of jealousies, with grouping behavior and no honor. The Art of Schmearing is really a program of operating to take territory and the identity politics within the operative is socially manifested by jealousies and victimhood. The book is meant to question the mode of operation of ethnic cultural racism Jewish projection's effect on American society. It's also meant to raise awareness to the treatment of individuals out of group operating...

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 130 | Date: 2016-12-13

Journey through the life and accomplishments of the 16th president of the United States of America.

Discover everything from the birth of Lincoln, his rise to presidency, to his assassination. 

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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 198 | Date: 2016-12-09

"Poetry for Potheads is Meme Poetry for Everyone! amazon.com"
"I love these poems!!!! amazon.com"
"I enjoyed this much more than I really thought possible. amazon.com"

This Colorful New Book Marries A Lyrical Form Of Poetry Together With Memes, Creating A New Style Which I Proudly Present To You In This Enlightening And Entertaining Compilation Of Poems.

Insightful And Intriguing, The Poems Are Designed Specifically For Today’s Hectic Pace And Gets To The Punch Line Quickly And With A Force You Can Feel.
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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 208 | Date: 2016-10-27

Spirit of a Pathless Land is a tale of symbiotic polar liberation.  It guides the reader on a flow of conscious journey that investigates the complementary truths of personal liberation and societal freedom.  

Slideshow video available at:
http://www.spiritofapathlessland.com/Abundance-Paradigm.php

As our protagonists, Koan and Iona crisscross paths, they chart a course beyond the existential obstacle of mind.  Through a process of quantum holography, this epiphany is evidenced on a macro or societal scale.

For the individual this story triumphs unlimited potential and the actualization of all compassionate possibility.  For the collective, a shared realization of the mechanics of community is evidenced by the recognition of governing philosophies that steer convention with the dynamic of sovereign tribal autonomy.
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Literature/Culture | Transitions: 212 | Date: 2016-10-09

When an accident lands you in a nursing home to recover and you suddenly see that others view you as "OLD" do you sit back and take it? Hell No! Follow the humorous rant of a sixty year old woman who refuses to call herself old! Between granny panties and housecoats, she learns the truth about life's ticking clock...aging ain't the same as dead!
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eBooks | Transitions: 244 | Date: 2016-03-01

Ryan Gomez
Motivational Speaker - Author - Public Speaking Coach
His latest Book "It's Never Too Late" will inspire and prompt you to be your very best.
Learn Gomez's secrets to overcoming adversity and read how to turn trials into opportunities for growth and advancement.
Through the author's eyes see your self-worth and build the confidence necessary to achieve and succeed at everything you try.
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eBooks | Transitions: 228 | Date: 2016-01-08

"The sword knows not the hand that wields it, it cuts for all the same."
Scipio Africanus. Scipio's Dream.

Scipio's Dream is a fact-based tale of intrigue, betrayal, conquest, horrific reprisal, and heroic sacrifice. Follow Rome's greatest general as he confronts overwhelming military and political resistance in his quest to win the Second Punic War.
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eBooks | Transitions: 258 | Date: 2015-12-30

A comprehensive collection of comedic articles, photos, and comics that will help make the friend-shaped void that consumes every awful moment of your dull, meaningless life.
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eBooks | Transitions: 252 | Date: 2015-12-22