Category: Books

Spells From the Real Book of Shadows – Do They Exist?

Spells from the real Book of Shadows – do they really exist? Seeing as the real Book of Shadows inspires such fervent discussion, the answer should be straight-forward. Unfortunately it’s not and it is a subject that is as complex as it is mysterious. Some say it does exist and talk of ancient scripts and […]

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Praying To Overcome Invisible Entry Barriers

Recently, I received a frantic midnight call from one of my readers in Atlanta. A member of his was facing a foreclosure on their home in just a matter of days. He needed my advice… desperately. I sat down and wrote 14 prayer points and emailed that to him, along with specific instructions on when […]

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If The Harry Potter Character Dumbledore Is Gay, Is He Also A Pedophile?

At a recent public book reading in New York, in response to a question from a child, JK Rowling, author of the extremely popular “Harry Potter” series of books recently stated that Dumbledore, headmaster of Harry’s school and Harry’s staunchest and most powerful supporter was gay. In general, gay adult sexuality is not a normal […]

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The Role of the Book Publisher

A book publisher is a group or person who is responsible for bringing the book to the public for reading purposes. The book publisher is involved in the major steps of developing, marketing, producing, printing, and distributing the book. The book publisher negotiates with authors over intellectual property rights, rights to distribute, and rights to […]

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Book Review – Speak to Win, by Brian Tracy

Ok, I must preface this review by letting you know that Brian Tracy is my favorite non-fiction author. I have read just about everything he has written. I tell you this only to say that in reviewing this book I do have an affinity for the author and his work, so if I sound biased […]

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The Importance Of Reading

It is a well-known fact that when there were no televisions or computers, reading was a primary leisure activity. People would spend hours reading books and travel to lands far away-in their minds. The only tragedy is that, with time, people have lost their skill and passion to read. There are many other exciting and […]

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Eight Reasons Why the Chicago Public Library Card is Priceless

Of all the items I carry in my wallet, my Chicago public library card is the second most valuable — next to my driver’s license. Not only is the little green and white card the key to a world of possibilities; it is totally priceless. Let me tell you why. 1.Library cards are FREE. There […]

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The Peter Shandy Series by Charlotte MacLeod

Between 1978 and 1996 Charlotte MacLeod published ten Peter Shandy novels, all of them wild, wacky and witty. Her characters range from the straight laced to the totally demented. Her plots are frequently laugh out loud funny. If you like unconventional mysteries that are well written I suggest that you try this series. In the […]

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I Know What To Do, So Why Don’t I Do It? By Nick Hall, PhD

If you’re like most people, you have a ton of work to do. The only problem is that although you know what you should be doing, you’re simply not doing it. You may spend your days busy sitting on the couch, watching television, eating Debbie cakes and bonbons, but you know that if you ever […]

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Book Review – Cracks in the Sidewalk by Bette Lee Crosby

The summary of Cracks in the Sidewalk hardly do it justice and when I found out it was based on a true story, that made it even more meaningful to me. This was truly a great story filled with all the heartache and happiness real life has to offer and it was so brilliantly told […]

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17 Secrets Of High-Flying Students: Amazing Laws Of Academic Excellence By Fela Durotoye

Are you desirous of success in your academics and life in general? Cheer up! Solution is here. 17 Secrets of high-flying students by Fela Durotoye is the book that will empower and expose you to timeless success secrets in your academic pursuit. An easy to read, but hard to forget book. This is the tool […]

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The Advantages Of Interactive Books For Children

The mind of a child is like a sponge, which soaks in knowledge. When children are young, their ability to absorb whatever they observe is very high. It is great to help them learn this way, but at the same time they should also be encouraged to make their own decisions. Now, with Interactive books […]

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The Blood Covenant – Dr Theo Wolmarans

Over the years people have written books regarding the blood covenant but none come close to the accuracy, the clarity and the depth of wisdom that Dr Theo Wolmaran’s book, ‘The Blood Covenant’ is able to. Dr Theo has been in full-time ministry since 1979, and is called as an Apostle. As a result, he […]

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Ask for the Moon and Get It by Percy Ross Philanthropist

Ask for the Moon and Get It Percy Ross the author of the above book began life in poverty but through hard work became a millionaire and philanthropist, giving all his money away before he died, relatively recently. He wrote the above book when he was 70. He was known for giving away silver dollars […]

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How to Master the Art of Talking to Anyone – A Book Review

As adults, we often burden ourselves under the idea that – if we have the proper tools – we should automatically have the skills. For example, if we have reasonable coordination, our eyes work together and we have the strength to swing a racquet, then we should be able to play tennis. We’ve got ten […]

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Unabridged vs Abridged Audio Books, What’s the Difference?

Never given thought to seek out unabridged selections in your audio book purchases? Unabridged audiobooks can offer more listening experience per minute for a lower cost. But what’s the difference? Unabridged audio books include basically any book recorded whole. Usually recorded as the author (and usually the editor) intended it published in its original print […]

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A Book Review of Atomic Farmgirl: The Hanford Nuclear Site and the Tragedy of the Downwinders

Atomic Farmgirl is a well-written account of the life of a downwinder’s family and her neighbors in the Palouse Hills of eastern Washington State. A downwinder is a person who lived in the area where iodine-131, Hanford Nuclear Reservation’s nuclear waste, was released in the late 1940s through the 1950s. After the Freedom of Information […]

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Book Publishing And Marketing Defined, Along With The Marketing Mix Framework

Marketing a book has parallels to the marketing of any other product or service. With that reality in mind, I have organized a 14 P framework that can be used for conceptualizing and planning any marketing effort. Book publishing can be defined as causing a book to be in a printed form and available to […]

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Matters of the Heart by Danielle Steel Book Review

Matters of the Heart by Danielle Steel is the newest addition to her best-selling books. Like her previous novels, Matters of the Heart is a love story that is set to grip your heart in ways you never thought it could. Danielle has always had a penchant for doing just that-and succeeding in it. In […]

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Causes of Premarital Sex

There is no behavior without reason. We need to examine reasons why Christian youths do fall into the sins of fornication. Please note that sexual relationship is divided into three, namely: (a) Premarital sex (fornication) (b) Pure (Holy or Legal) sex (c) Extra – marital Sex (Adultery) Premarital sex is what most youths engage in […]

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