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review 2017-06-10 17:56
Coloring Outside the Lines
Coloring Outside the Lines: Business Thoughts on Creativity, Marketing, and Sales - Made for Success,Jeff Tobe

I listened to the audio book and it was read by the author and Tobe should have hired someone to read this book for him.


The book sounds like it was written and read in the early 1990's though Tobe does have his own domain e-mail.


The book does have a few funny stories though I cannot recommend this book.

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photo 2017-06-08 18:16
I Love The Rain

I Love The Rain

Source: jdswritersblog.blogspot.com/2017/06/i-love-rain.html
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text 2017-04-14 20:34
I'd be doomed!

This is a list of acceptable reasons for commitment to an insane asylum for women circa 1864 to 1889.  There are a few on here that would get me locked away ... but especially "reading novels".  Hmm ... I wonder if they let you read in the asylum?Probably not!




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review 2017-03-29 00:00
Writing Nonfiction: Turning Thoughts into Books
Writing Nonfiction: Turning Thoughts into Books - Dan Poynter Poynter offers some good advice for those wanting to (self)publish. But, these advice is more related to the process of how to choose a topic for a book, how to find a cover photo/blurb writers etc In that sense "Writing Nonfiction: Turning thoughts into books" is not about writing (although he suggest that you can write a nonfiction volume in less than a month [!?]) but the preparation to write. And if this book is any proof, his other 119 books (yes, he said somewhere at the beginning that he wrote 120 books; online it also mentions some 700 articles) won't get my attention in the next few decades.
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text 2017-03-12 03:11
The Hate U Give - Angie Thomas

'Once upon a time there was a hazel-eyed boy with dimples. I called him Khalil. The world called him a thug.
He lived, but not nearly long enough, and for the rest of my life I'll remember how he died.'

I'm not saying anything that many other people haven't already said... but get your hands on a copy of this book and read it. Now. Heartbreaking and relevant and funny and true, it absolutely deserves all the love and praise.


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