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review 2018-01-19 01:26
Pib's Dragon (Twisted Fairy Tales) by Beany Sparks
Pib's Dragon (Twisted Fairy Tales) - Beany Sparks

The first half was OK, I was thinking 3-3.5 stars, but second part was full of info dumps and unnecessary details.
Uber convenient magical abilities and handy magical artifacts popping up at the times of need don't add stars either.

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review 2017-12-07 06:11
Book Construction Blueprint - an essential reference book for self-published authors

Whenever I search the internet trying to find some information to resolve a self-publishing issue invariably an article written by Joel Friedlander comes up.

 

I've read a number of them and found them professional, helpful and, most importantly, understandable.

 

When I was offered all this knowledge free in his book Book Construction Blueprint by Joel Friedlander - Expert Advice for Creating Industry-Standard Print Books it was a no-brainer.

 

Book Construction Blueprint is a comprehensive guide and includes preparing your manuscript, interior book design, cover design, printing and working with professionals.

 

A good deal of it wasn't relevant for my needs but some was invaluable including the section Cleaning Up Your Word Files. Pretty much all the problems you're confronted with when you upload your original manuscript to a self-publishing platform can be attributed to formatting glitches in your Word file. Friedlander has some nifty tips, accompanied by screen shots, that saved me countless hours of hair-pulling frustration. They're now incorporated into my pre-upload check-list.

 

Ever wonder about the order of your book's front matter? What goes on the Copyright Page and does the Dedication Page come before Acknowledgements? It's all spelled out in Friedlander's book.

 

He also has some great suggestions on what components make an eye-catching cover, designing running heads and font choices.

 

I try to review a lot of new indie authors and it's very distracting and unprofessional to read poorly or incorrectly formatted books. I know what a challenge it is and mine still aren't perfect, but they'll be a lot better now that I have Book Construction Blueprint by Joel Friedlander - Expert Advice for Creating Industry-Standard Print Books to refer to.

 

I downloaded this book free from the BookBaby Blog

https://www.bookbaby.com/free-publishing-guides?utm_campaign=BB1748&utm_source=BBeNews&utm_medium=Email&spMailingID=55458812&spUserID=MjIyOTk1NTA0MTUzS0&spJobID=1285048504&spReportId=MTI4NTA0ODUwNAS2

 

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text 2017-11-29 12:15
Use Your Construction Training From Brisbane To Create A Water Garden

Cert 3 Landscape Construction,

Although water features have been popular for a really long time, there are very few people who would consider an entire water garden in their backyard. Imagine an entire water garden in your backyard, similar to those you would see in Europe, Japan or South East Asia! If you are able to find a landscaper with a Cert 3 Landscape Construction, you too will be able to have a garden similar to that.

 

Normally, water features in a garden mean that there is a small waterfall or fountain and there would be some plants surrounding it. However, when you have an entire water garden, it means that you will have a water feature, like a pond and there will be aquatic plants inside, which will grow and bloom, all while inside the water. Even though many people would like to think that having a water garden inside a house is a lot of work, but the fact of the matter is that there is actually not a lot of maintenance associated with water gardens.

 

It is important that you, as a designer, not show off your construction training in Brisbane, but inculcate what your clients need. If it is their first time having a water garden, start off with something small and simple that they will be able to manage, while leaving scope for increasing the spread of the garden. Ensure that the design merges with the rest of the garden design seamlessly and it actually flows, creating an environment of peace and tranquillity. 

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text 2017-10-30 13:02
Global Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining Market 2017 Business Players - Caterpillar, Hitachi, John Deere, Volvo, Atlas Copco

The research report titled Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining analyses the performance of the Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market the world, at present and historically, and makes future projections based on the result of the evaluation. The Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market is expected to extend at Compounded Anal Growth Rate (CAGR) of +10% throughout the forecasted period 2017 to 2022.

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The report proposes the in-depth analysis of the Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market across different industry uprights and regions. This market is segmented over the worldwide geographical regions. While the rate of threats are growing and evolving, organizations are demanding more security, efficiency and flexibility from their team.

There are many solutions on the basis of deployment and flexibility has been provided to fulfill these requirements and teams need more flexibility. The global Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market is a highly fragmented, niche market with the existence of a limited number of vendors.

Market providers compete considering the price, innovations, reputation, promotion, and service, distribution. There are chances of large players in the Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market to acquire small vendors with advance solutions as the market is still in it progressing and developing stage.

The study of the competitive landscape of Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market gives perception into the company profiles, current developments, financial status, mergers and gains, and the SWOT analysis. This research report will give the beginners the complete market scenario for making informative decisions on this market project.

For the largest market share in the prior years, the Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining has been accounted, and are also expected to influencing the market over the forecast period as well.
The Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market report gives the different factors that can affect the industry such as economic impact. The competition of manufacturers on the basis of production, revenue by region, supply, consumption, import and export, price trend by type has presented in this report.

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The report also covers the global Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market analysis by application, and manufacturing cost analysis. It also provides analysis of industrial chain, sourcing strategy and downstream buyers marketing Strategy, distributors/traders, and market effect factors.

The report also provides information about the fresh advancements of key players and their product price and picture. The business and financial overview of major companies are also discussed in the report. This information is beneficial for both established and beginners in the Electric Vehicles for Construction, Agriculture and Mining market.

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text 2017-08-18 02:15
Signing Up For Landscaping Courses Changed My Life

I had been keeping unwell for quite a few weeks and the trip to the doctor earned me a prescription of spending some outdoors, eating better and of course, getting in some form of mild exercise. A neighbour friend suggested that I try gardening, and somehow it made sense, because we did have a reasonably large piece of land, right behind our house. When this same friend suggested that we both sign up for landscaping courses, I agreed.

 

Within the first few classes, I realised that I had done a really good thing by joining these classes, because not only was I learning about how to understand soil conditions, and which plants work best where, I was also learning about which flowers would bloom, all year around and which plants needed minimal maintenance. Although I wondered whether I really needed a Cert 3 Parks and Gardens, I knew that I wanted to learn more about how to section the land I had to have separate areas for flowers and shrubs and one area where I could have my very own kitchen garden. Given that my wife loves to cook, I wanted to give her an area where she could have vegetables and herbs that she liked to use. Within a few classes, I learnt all about how to create my own garden, and that too with a perfect design in place!

 

Even though I didn’t go for the Certificate III in Landscape Construction, with a few weeks of work, I was proudly able to show off the start of a garden, which today is my pride and joy!

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