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Download Ebooks - Ignite Your Passion for Reading

If you are an avid reader then you must certainly have wanted to download eBooks in order to read on your computer, tablet or eBook reader. As a matter of fact, eBook readers such as Amazon's Kindle and Barnes & Noble's Nook have become exceedingly popular because people are realizing that

Fall and Spring

Once every year without lapse,On the third octave of annual time. So it comes and goes as usual as always.Fall it was, Fall it will be, So now fall it is.

Tips for Writing Your Own Poetry

Learning to write poetry of your own can open doors to wells of emotion and creativity you might not have known you possessed. Here's how to start.

Chris Carpenter's Google Cash - An Ebook Review

It is rare to find a brand new blueprint for making cash on theinternet.The continuous churning of rehashed and ripped offregurgitated pablum has plagued the internet guru market for the lastfew years.But ever so often with some persistent digging you find agem.Google Cash is that shining diamond o

Between Houses (A Donkeyland Poem)

Between Houses(A Donkeyland Poem)Bedroom Window (Part One)My prayers were said (at 10:30 PM) and the neighbors were at rest-(so it seemed, their lights were offanyway, and the street-Cayuga,outside our second story ledge,somewhat vacant). And the night, the night with its rich shinningarch lights se

The Price of Inequality: How Today's Divided Society Endangers Our Future

America, "land of the free; home of the brave;" where a little effort and effort will propel you to success, witness the Horatio Alger stories of the late 19th century where a poor boy started out with nothing and ended up with everything. That this was more mythos than anything else as yo

The Herbal Drugstore

This book is another truly fantastic find in the world of herbal medicine!With 610 pages and 712 herbal remedies the serious herbalist couldn't find a better stand-alone resource on herbal medicine.The authors, Linda B. White, M.D., Steven Foster, HerbsforHealth staff, and nine other contributi

The Ultimate Tone - A Book Review of the Best DIY Guitar Tube AmplifierSeries

This article is a book review on a series of books that is the most comprehensive and lucid explanation of guitar tube amp architecture, circuits, tone, components and construction technique for DIYers I have ever found. The review deals with each book separately and recommends purchasing them in a

How Poetry Matters

To understand poetry you have to look carefully at the words used by the poet.The words selected by the poet are not casually selected.The way the lines are pucntuated, and the way words are placed on the line all matter.Look carefully at a wonderful poem by William Stafford and then consider carefu

The Rain, The Possum, And Interference

I looked out through the dirty window panes as the rain fall increased and fell with fury...I turned around and looked at the fire in my little fire place and shuddered.

Inside the Magic Kingdom - A Review

I picked up Inside the Magic Kingdom a few years ago on the promise of learning some of what makes Disney, and specifically Disney World, so successful. The book features a fictitious group of five managers who meet with a consultant named Mort. They meet at Disney World and Mort's agenda is to

Guide On How To Write An Excellent Book Review

Book review writing is way lot different from website content writing. A book review is writing and sharing your feelings about a book with your audience. Excellent book review writing is not crucial to be ...

The Courage to Succeed - Book Review

The Courage to Succeed is a book by three-time Olympian Ruben Gonzalez.After competing in the winter Salt Lake City Olympics in 2002, Mr. Gonzalez was invited to speak about his Olympic experiences at a school. His speech was so well received that he soon a launched a new career as a professional sp

Mothers Sweet Laughing Sound - Pantoum Poem

Pantoum poems were popular in Europe and North America from the nineteenth to twentieth century. The genre first appeared in France in the nineteenth century.

Book Review - An Inmate's Daughter, by Jan Walker

Raven Publishing, Inc. has succeeded again by providing another book of fiction to address the contemporary issues facing today's preteens and teens. "An Inmate's Daughter," by Jan Walker, is designed to increase awareness of the daily conflict faced by children who have an incar

A Handful of Sand by Mary Louise McCaffrey - Book Review

Romeo and Juliet step aside. Your tragic ending does not satisfy. Just ask Mary Louise McCaffrey, who has written her own story of star- crossed lovers, Miguel and Isabella. As if class difference between the lovers is not enough, their families are on opposite sides of the French invasion of Mexico

High Impact, Action, and Emotional Intensity

This is a book review of "The Byerley Turk: The Incredible Story of the World's First Thoroughbred" by Jeremy James. This book has the intensity and depth for any book lover, and even more of an impact for those in the Horse Industry. I am not a sailor, however, "Master and Comma