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Look I Wrote a Book And You Can Too

Author : Sally Lloyd-Jones
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From a New York Times bestselling author and an award-winning illustrator comes an utterly hilarious step-by-step guide to writing a book, as told by a child "author." Want to write a book? Well, the spunky, know-it-all narrator of this side-splitting story can tell you just how to do it. She walks readers through the whole process, from deciding what to write about (like dump trucks or The Olden Days) to writing a story that doesn't put everyone to sleep and getting people to buy your book (tips: be nice, give them cookies, and if all else fails, tie them to a chair). Packed with bestselling author Lloyd-Jones's signature wit and charm, this picture book, with whimsical illustrations by beloved illustrator Layton, delivers an outrageously silly story that is sure to have young readers--and writers!--howling with laughter.

Look Look I Wrote a Book

Author : Linda Ball
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Children become authors as they personalize 28 eight-page books (on themes like family and seasons) with their own words and illustrations. Grades preK-2. 175 pages.

I Wrote You a Song

Author : Guy Simons
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I Wrote You A Song is a book that has been constructed like an album with twelve original songs written by Guy Simons that provides a sub-text for life’s journey. The author discusses the underlying theme of each song from a social context using autobiographical reflections, social observations and philosophical musings, intermingled with a large dose of satirical commentary, quirkiness and humour. The author invites readers to be inspired to find their true place in this world through twelve songs that take them on a journey of self-discovery and personal recollection. Covering topics of life, death, love, hate, joy, despair, health, sickness, hopes, fears, wealth and poverty, immerse yourself in an album unlike any other. Recall your own experiences within each song and reconnect to your past through subject headings that are actual popular song titles. Whether that is the “Start” or “The End” you are sure to find an affinity with the subject headings, and if you’re looking for “Good Vibrations” or the “Art of Dying” you will find it here. A prelude provides the insight prior to embarking on the journey through songs as diverse as “The New Elvis Presley”, “You Say You’re Leaving” to “Another Bad Day at the Office” and “Cyber Spaceman” culminating in the curtain raiser “I Wrote You a Song”. A coda followed by the encore brings the work to a close giving you a chance to confirm whether your soundtrack to this book mirrored the author’s, or whether you would have chosen alternate subject headings to align to your own personal experience. The author is a songwriter and he has written you a song.

The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review

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How John Wrote the Book of Revelation From Concept to Publication

Author : Kim Mark Lewis
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How John Wrote the Book of Revelation is the first of its kind, and introduces genetic literary reconstruction to Biblical studies. It enables the reader to produce prior drafts of Hebrew and Christian Scriptures, thereby allowing the reader to apply the literary science of genetic criticism to a book in the Bible. How John Wrote the Book of Revelation takes the most difficult book to understand in the Christian Scriptures and reveals the sequence in which it was written, from the very first line to the final parallel. This provides the reader, for the first time, with the experience of observing how a Biblical book was written, and does this from an intimate perspective, as though they were looking over John's shoulders as he crafted it. How John Wrote the Book of Revelation is the first book that teaches the reader how to read Revelation the way it was written. After centuries of blind guess work trying to divine meaning, and weak interpretations of symbols, this book finally presents a clear, precise, and consistent method. It is a guidebook to identify all the rich symbols and their meanings within Revelation. Inside the pages of this book is the all-encompassing theory of construction for the book of Revelation. It includes three prior drafts of the book of Revelation, along with hundreds of charts and illustrations. How John Wrote the Book of Revelation is like no other book that has been written before, and sets a new paradigm for all Biblical works.

How I Wrote Published and Promoted 100 Books

Author : Daniel Marques
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After I published “How to Write, Publish & Promote Your Own Book In As Fast As 3 Hours With 10 Simple Steps” and “Creative Souls” I thought that readers, and especially writers, would appreciate my gifts to them, as I came forward in revealing personal secrets about how to write a good book at lightning speed. But instead, these two books ended up generating the most hateful attacks and derisions I have ever received. They described me as a drug addict and a psychopath, doing pretty much more than what anyone could have done, even if they hated the devil. Such amazing reactions surely prove that these books are great, because only amazing books can generate fear in so many people. These individuals hate the fact that I reveal how to be a great writer without selling the soul to the devil, as they may have done it, otherwise, I can’t see the explanation for so much anger. On the other hand, many of my frustrated friends and followers are struggling to write their first novel, and keep asking me how I do it. They probably imagine that I’m hiding something transcendental, like maybe a stargate to another dimension. I’ve actually had some curious minds asking me if I talk with dead beings and it took me quite a while to realize that they weren’t joking. I also had readers sending me emails asking to prove that I’m not dead, that my entire biography is true and that I am who I say I am. Somehow, it seems that when success is abnormal, people need you to justify to them that you deserve it, as if they had the right to judge others and stop them. And that’s exactly where most of the problems writers face start. So much insanity and hate couldn’t possibly be wasted, therefore the idea to write this book was indeed clear, even though it actually reveals the unacceptable truth that everyone asks for: How did I do it? How I wrote nearly 200 books and published more than 100 in just 5 years? Continue to read and you’ll find my hidden secrets. Just don’t expect to like them. Most people can’t handle the truth.

The Book What I Wrote

Author : Eddie Braben
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The hilarious memoir of Britain's best-loved, highly successful comedy writer Eddie Braben, whose scripts for Morecambe and Wise catapulted the incomparable duo to stardom. The key figure behind the success of Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, scriptwriter Eddie Braben has written his autobiography - with the inimitable, timeless humour, warmth and affection for Eric and Ernie of that wonderful bygone era which made their classic sketches so successful. From Liverpool to London and on to Snowdonia, Braben peppers his story with wonderful anecdotes about the original straight man and his amiable sidekick. The Book What I Wrote is as much a unique biography of the charismatic Eric and Ernie as it is an autobiography of the man on whose gags their success was made.

Murder She Wrote The Ghost and Mrs Fletcher

Author : Jessica Fletcher
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In the USA Today bestselling Murder, She Wrote series—make room for Jessica Fletcher as she cleans house to catch a killer who hasn’t got a ghost of a chance. Jessica’s friend, Eve Simpson is the town’s premier real estate agent and has recently taken on the task of selling one of Cabot Cove’s oldest properties—the Spencer Percy House, built in 1805 by a sea captain for his young wife. Its current occupant, Cliff Cooper, a crusty former carpenter, is convinced he’s about to die and wants the house sold so he can give the proceeds to his grandson, who spent much of his youth there. But Eve’s got quite a challenge on her hands. Not only is the building in deplorable physical condition, it is also rumored to be haunted. When Cliff’s deadly premonition becomes a reality, Dr. Seth Hazlitt is not so sure the man died of natural causes. As Jessica tries to get to the bottom of Cliff Cooper’s death, a medium hired by Eve attempts to rid the house of the alleged apparition. But if Jessica isn’t careful, she may be the one who joins the ranks of the dearly departed.

This Is Not The Story You Think It Is

Author : Laura Munson
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When Laura Munson's essay was first published, the New York Times was so flooded with responses that they had to close down the comment feature on their website. Readers sent it to their friends and therapists gave it to their clients. What did Munson write that caused such a fervour? Laura detailed what happened when her husband of more than twenty years told her he wasn't sure he loved her anymore and wanted to move out. Laura's response to her husband: I don't buy it. In this poignant and funny memoir, Laura recounts the time her faith in her marriage was put to the test. Shaken to the core after the death of her beloved father, not finding the professional success that she had hoped for, and after much therapy, Laura, aged forty, realised she had to stop basing her happiness on things outside her control and commit to an 'End of Suffering'.

The Legacy Letters

Author : Tuesday's Children
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Ten years after the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the family members of one hundred of the individuals lost on that terrible day look back-and forward-in this inspiring collection of letters. Filled with love, resilience, humor, wonder, and encouragement, the letters offer a unique perspective on the events of the unforgettable day that forever changed our world. The authors of these letters are adolescents, teens, young adults, spouses, parents, siblings, nieces, and grandparents. They are first- generation Americans, citizens of other nations, and lifelong New Yorkers. But they all share one thing: They honor their loved ones by living their lives with purpose, and a promise to never forget. These courageous family members share their grief and loss-and hope- speaking in their own words, with love, courage, and strength enough to inspire us all.