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PUBLISHED! Magazine: Top Authors Share Treasured Resources and Success Secrets PDF Books

PUBLISHED! Magazine: Top Authors Share Treasured Resources and Success Secrets

PUBLISHED! Magazine Top authors and publishing professionals share their treasured resources, success secrets, and the defining moments that have shaped their lives in 80 pages of interviews, articles, and exclusive writing tips and techniques each quarter.

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Friar Park: A Pictorial History PDF Books

Friar Park: A Pictorial History

Beautiful full-COLOR pages! Filled to the brim with over 170 vintage and original photos and illustrations, "Friar Park: A Pictorial History" gives a grand tour of the incredible, neo-Gothic, Victorian mansion, spectacular Lodges, amazing gardens, lakes, secret caves, and wonderful grounds of Friar Park in Henley-on-Thames as it looked in the late 19th and early 20th century. Original black and white and lush colorized photos and postcards, along with accompanying captions, tell the story of Friar Park from its design and construction by eccentric lawyer Sir Frank Crisp beginning in the 19th century, and give a magical mystery tour that no fan of landscaped gardens, Victorian architecture, and architectural history will ever forget. There has never been a book like this before. Welcome to Friar Park!Potential readers should be assured that we purposely design our books to be reminiscent of vintage publications. These are clearly not designed to look like shiny, glossy coffee-table style books. They are designed to look like someone found them at the bottom of a stack of books, in a dusty old antique shop. Rather than being beautiful, the publishers chose to do something a bit more interesting and creative.This publication is a scholastic and educational study of an architecturally and historically significant English country house.This book is a must-have for any fan of Henley-on-Thames, English Country Houses, The Beatles, George Harrison, and of course Sir Frank Crisp.

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Great Naval Battles of the Civil War PDF Books

Great Naval Battles of the Civil War

We often think of the Civil War as being primarily a battle between armies. But in reality, the navies on both sides played a significant role during the War. One of the main strategies for the North, articulated in the Anaconda Plan by General Winfield Scott, was to blockade the Southern ports on the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, and to seize control of the Mississippi. The Union fought a number of battles to enforce this strategy, including Hatteras Inlet, Port Royal, New Orleans, Charleston Harbor, Vicksburg, Mobile Bay and Fort Fisher. The South, which could not keep up with the North in terms of industrial output of ships and guns, turned to the use of rams (ironclads) and commerce raiders. This strategy is represented in this book by the CSS Arkansas and her running through the Union fleet on the Mississippi in 1862, and with commerce raider CSS Alabama which had a breathtaking field of operation from 1862/64, until she met her end at the hands of the USS Kearsarge on June 19, 1864. The books includes 75+ illustrations.

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Divorce Guide Vol 1: The Pocket Therapist PDF Books

Divorce Guide Vol 1: The Pocket Therapist

As well as outlining the practical steps and procedures of going through a divorce, here is a guide to handling the personal and emotional effects of divorce, that surely will come. If you are considering divorce, or going through one right now; this book could save you much frustration and time. An emotional issue such as a divorce can cause myriad feelings and emotional after-shocks. This book will go a long way in helping you first of all to understand those feelings - and then in teaching you how to deal with them

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History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880, Volume 1 PDF Books

History of the Negro Race in America from 1619 to 1880, Volume 1

Volume 1 covers 1619-1800 Slavery existed long before the United States of America was founded, but so did opposition to slavery. Both flourished after the founding of the country, and the anti-slavery movement was known as abolition. For many abolitionists, slavery was the preeminent moral issue of the day, and their opposition to slavery was rooted in deeply held religious beliefs. Quakers formed a significant part of the abolitionist movement in colonial times, as did certain Founding Fathers like Benjamin Franklin. Many other prominent opponents of slavery based their opposition in Enlightenment ideals and natural law. American abolitionists during the Constitutional Convention worked against the three-fifths compromise, and also attempted to get the Constitution to ban the Atlantic slave trade. Although the three-fifths compromise became a part of the Constitution, abolitionists managed to persuade the convention to allow Congress to ban the Atlantic slave trade after 1808. Other abolitionists tried to help slaves directly, by helping them escape to the North. After the Fugitive Slave Act mandated the return of escaped slaves, abolitionists helped escaped slaves travel to Canada. In addition, many northern politicians opposed restricting slavery as either practically impossible or dangerous. In the years after the Atlantic slave trade was banned in 1808, abolitionists focused their political efforts on preventing the spread of slavery to the new territory of the Louisiana Purchase. Pro-slavery politicians likewise attempted to spread slavery to new states. Every time a new state formed from Louisiana territory was to enter the Union, intense political wrangling took place over whether the new state would be slave or free. The political wrangling often broke into violence. By the middle of the 19th century, slavery had created a fevered pitch in the politics of the country, as abolitionists and slavery proponents fought a war of words and actual wars in Kansas and Nebraska. While the South postured for secession, abolitionists, both white and black, created a stronger movement in the Northeast in places like Boston. Ultimately the issue would have to be settled via civil war.

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De l'Ombre à la Réalité: Commentaire sur l'Épître aux Hébreux PDF Books

De l'Ombre à la Réalité: Commentaire sur l'Épître aux Hébreux

Un commentaire sur l'epitre aux Hebreux se concentrant sur le developpement precis de la pensee de l'auteur. L'accent est mis sur la magnificence et la preeminence de Jesus-Christ, souverain sacrificateur selon l'ordre de Melchisedek. La gravite des avertissements -- trop souvent ignores -- est soulignee. Ce livre est la version revue et corrigee du meme texte publie en 1989. Il est egalement disponible en anglais, sous le titre: From Shadow to Reality.

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Roberto's Reading Log: My First 200 Books PDF Books

Roberto's Reading Log: My First 200 Books

Hello, Roberto! Welcome to the world of books. This colorful, personalized keepsake is just for you. In Roberto's Reading Log, your family and friends will be able to record the first 200 books you read and prepare you for a lifetime of reading, achievement, and success. Sprinkled with great advice and inspiration, this memory book will remind you throughout your life of those books and people who inspired you. A note for adults: recording a child's first books creates a mindset of reading-the first steps to a lifetime of learning and growth.

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For The Love Of Cookies: 20 Amazing recipes filled with chewy, gooey goodness PDF Books

For The Love Of Cookies: 20 Amazing recipes filled with chewy, gooey goodness

A compilation of 20 cookie recipes by Christopher Michael Lostegaard Mohs. Featuring classic chocolate chip cookies, double chocolate raspberry cookies and many more. Complete with background of each recipe and amazing photography.

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Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World PDF Books

Bleaker House: Chasing My Novel to the End of the World

'My favourite debut of 2017 . . . as funny as it is poignant' Lena Dunham When Nell Stevens was given the opportunity to spend three months in a location of her choice in order to write her novel, she was determined to rid herself of all distractions. So Nell decided to travel to Bleaker Island (official population: two) in the Falklands where she would write 2,500 words a day. But Bleaker House is not that novel. Instead this is a book about a young woman realizing that the way to writing fiction doesn't necessarily lie in total solitude and a clear plan. Nor does it lie in a daily ration of 1085 calories, no means of contacting the outside world and a slow descent towards something that feels worryingly like madness . . . Hilariously funny, painfully honest, and beautifully observed, Bleaker House is part memoir, part travelogue, part story collection. It is an exploration of the narrow spaces between real life and fiction and, in the end, a book about failing to write a novel, but finally becoming a writer.

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