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The Poet Who Asked the Birds How to Fly - Terrific!

This is a wonderful book.Ernesto is quite a fascinating poet.This is a poetry book for everyone to read, not just keep on the shelf.This book is enlightening, uplifting and is packed with enthusiasm.The various sections span a wide area of poetic styles and techniques. Now is the time to get it, rea

The Koran Deception - Book Review

"The Koran Deception" is a compilation of selected portions from the Bible and from the writings of Mohammed. These references from the Koran and the Biblical writings are paralleled to point out the differences and the inconsistencies of the Koran. The writings chosen reveal contradiction

Tale of a Heart and Soul

Sometimes things happen for reasons beyond our comprehension, and simply not knowing why, so we guess at its internal structure, its motivation, reasoning, motives for being, happening, when it is the simplest of all to say what you really think and feel, and that is usually right. As in this case,

De Marco Empire by J Lou McCartney

De Marco Empire by J Lou McCartney is a gripping who-dunnit that immediately immerses the reader in another world. It is an intricately plotted tale full of deceit, crime, suspense and romance, a story readers can sink their teeth into.

Since Today Is a Gift, Am I Counting My Blessings?

I can only speak for myself, but I have found that I appreciate life, and my family so much more with each passing day.When I was younger I focused more on the day-to-day activities that needed to be done in order to make a life, keep a home, and tend to the needs of my children.

Book Review - The One Minute Millionaire

In the book titled, "The one minute millionaire" written by Mark Victor Hansen published by Vermillon and distributed by Ruba and Company, the author briefly describes a parable about Michelle, a widowed mother whose life is found to be on the brink of ruin. Unless she can raise one millio

The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott: A Review

The Dressmaker by Kate Alcott is an enticing novel from Doubleday about a woman who survived the sinking of the Titanic. Be stunned by the chaos of the tragedy, awed by subsequent courtroom scenes, and enthralled in this author's take on the aftermath in one woman's life.

Book Review - "Delay the Real World"

I just finished reading the book "Delaying the Real World" by Coleen Kinder. As a CEO of a teen jobs website and a professional career consultant, I read about 10 career related books per week. Some are good but most are bad.

Jeff Roberts Awards 5 Star Rating to Death in the Desert

Diabolical villains, innocent victims, and noble but engagingly flawed heros weave their way through a tangle of mystery and intrigue as heated as the Sonoran Desert itself. Death in the Desert is a fast paced, romantic thriller taken right out of the nightly news!

The Best Poem

"The Fringe Of The Sea" by the author A.L. Hendricks is a very interesting poem, because the author touches upon a very important question of the present. He expresses in the poem a problem, which ...

Book Review: Adriana Dodge's A Millionaire's Real Estate Secret

No fluff, no filler, just a simple single real estate investing technique spelled out from soup to nuts. If you're looking for an encyclopedia of real estate knowledge or a bunch of motivational mumbo-jumbo, you won't find it in Adriana Dodge's book A Millionaire's Real Estate Se

Jaunt of the Eminent!

You are an Eminent Personality. You need to discover yourself through this jaunt in this article. Please, read on!

Easy SEO Book Review

Ebook Review: Easy SEO Book by Di Kemp EBOOK DETAILS: File Size 906kb Format: Adobe Acrobat PDF (instant download) Subject: An Easy Step-by-Step Guide to SEO ABOUT THE EBOOK Easy-SEO-Book is EXACTLY what it says, ...

Friendship Poems 7 - Thank You

To a friend or family member whom you just want to say, "thanks."To let them know how much you appreciate the things that they have done for you.When someone does something for you that you cannot put a price tag on it, just say, "thank you." You may not have money to give someon

Knowing Joy

Joy finished packing the last of her things, she zipped up her duffel bag and paused for a moment. "Lets see," she said to herself. "Do I have everything that I will need?"

A Practical Guide to Starting a Successful Personal History Business

Jennifer Campbell has written the best how-to start a personal history business book. Reading it will answer all of you questions about what it takes to start this kind of a business. She includes a CD-ROM that provides resources and templates for easy download.

The Twilight Saga - Why We Love Edward and Bella

I love the Twilight Saga books. I read all four of them in less than a week. I have to admit that when my teenaged sister first suggested that I read Twilight, I wasn't really sure about the whole vampire theme.

Silver Surfer Comics - Not Like the Movie

I was shocked when I saw the second Fantastic Four movie and the Silver Surfer was a villain. The Silver Surfer comics were about a hero. It was how the original comic book hero was but then they killed him off in the movie.

The Man in The Mirror was The Man of the Ages

It was not his fault for his genes he altered, when the rest of mankind was at war and falter. For this was a man stuck in the game, he would be for eternity and had no one to blame. Something went right or something went terribly wrong, over time he was both a scientist and a poet of song.