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by SparkyStar
3 years ago
5 Steps To Writing A Formal Fictional Book Review

If you have a school or university book review project then here are some simple structuring tips and content ideas.

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by ReadingWay
3 years ago
Will This Change The Way You Read Books?

The world of book and film has been brought together by best-selling author, Lee Wilson, in a film-enhanced Ebook version of his best-selling paranormal romance, "The Last Hybrid: Bloodline of Angels." This merging of media might just change the way you read books.

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by Neal_Litherland
3 years ago
The Truth About "The Anarchist Cookbook"

"The Anarchist Cookbook" is perhaps the most famous do-it-yourself manual out there. Prized by grassroots terrorists and hacker counter-culture elites, the book has become a mythical tome full of everything from secret special forces combat tactics to guaranteed methods for building everything from pipe bombs to Trojan Horse programs. Lots of people are surprised, and no few are dismayed, when they find out that the real book actually has none of these things... and it's dangerous to its readers, to boot!

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by FinanceWizard
3 years ago
How To Make Money Selling Modern Comic Books

Brief description on what it takes to make money by buying and selling comic books

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by T.Durden
3 years ago
Review of "Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think"

This article will review Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Kenneth Cukier's 2013 bestseller, "Big Data: A Revolution That Will Transform How We Live, Work, and Think." It summarizes key points of the book, and gives a brief summary of concepts explained by the authors.

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by Lyra Kua
3 years ago
I'm No Monster Book Review - A True Story of a Man who Kidnapped His Own Daughter

I'm No Monster is a true story about a man, Josef Fritzl, who kidnapped his own daughter, Elisabeth, and forced her into sex slavery. Determined to keep her hidden from the rest of the world, he built an underground home where the girl lived for twenty four years.   After the girl...

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by Jax
3 years ago
Everybody Writes By Ann Handley Book Review

Everybody Writes by Ann Handley is a book that teaches the reader how to create great content that attracts and retains an audience.

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by Amerowolf
3 years ago
The 8 Best Pieces of Classic Literature that are Under 100 Pages

Those looking for a good read should give these under 100-page classics a try.

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by vdelone
3 years ago
Book Review: Yes Please

A book review of Amy Poehler's Yes Please! Snl comedian and self-proclaimed life partner to Tina Fey, Poehler writes about her rise to the top, growing up, being a mom and that one time she tried cocaine. An unexpectedly thought-provoking book, a recommended read.

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by ActuallyFactual
3 years ago
Book Review: Hamlet's Blackberry by William Powers

Do you sometimes feel like it is impossible to escape the endless notifications, social media updates and the general overload of information we navigate through every day? In Hamlet's Blackberry, William Powers makes the case for us to change our relationship with our devices, discusses lessons we should learn from "the seven philosophers of screens" and gives some practical tips on how we can adopt these in our lives.

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by KevinAO
3 years ago
Four Great Young Adult Books That Should Be More Popular

Discover four young adult novels that aren't as popular as they once were, but are ready for a comeback!

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by Amerowolf
3 years ago
By Odin's Beard! - The Best Thor Comic Books

With Thor smashing up the box office with his mighty hammer, there are tons of people looking to break their way into the source material of their favorite Norse God. It can be difficult to break into comics as knowing where to start is a task. There are a lot of great stories out there, however let's be honest, starting at the beginning of Thor's world which would be Journey into Mystery #83, the first appearance of Thor is awesome if you can find the issue. However, in comics starting at the beginning is difficult because the issues can be hard to find. That doesn't mean you cannot enjoy the story without reading all those stories from the 60's, 70's and 80's. Some of Thor's side stories are some of the most amazing and engaging comics out there.

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Virginia Woolf at the Cinema (Part Four)

We assume cinema should do no more than tell us a story, but was there a time when it could have taken another direction? Virginia Woolf believed so.

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Virginia Woolf at the Cinema (Part Three)

Continuing my look at the influence of cinema on two of Woolf's novels, and the conflict between reality and the representation of reality in art.

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Virginia Woolf at the Cinema (Part Two)

Did Virginia Woolf use the stylistic techniques of a film director when writing 'Mrs Dalloway' and 'To the Lighthouse'?

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Virginia Woolf at the Cinema (Part One)

The first part of an examination of the influence of cinema on two of novelist Virginia Woolf's most acclaimed works.

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by Chedie
3 years ago
How The Cube Can Help You Better Assess Your Personality

A small but comprehensive book using your own imageries to better assess your personality and evolution of self. A must read.

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Object Theory and the Postmodern Novel (Part One)

The first in a three part article about the burgeoning critical field of Object Theory and its usefulness in reading Georges Perec and Ben Marcus.

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Authentic: The Story of a British Science-Fiction Pulp Magazine

Although popular in America, science-fiction pulp magazines always struggled in the UK, but could Authentic buck the trend?

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by T_William_Cook
3 years ago
Object Theory and the Postmodern Novel (Part Two)

Continuing my look at the life of 'things' as seen by novelists Georges Perec and Ben Marcus.

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