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Author: Nathaniel Max Rock
Publisher: Team Rock Press
Keywords: publish, book, fast, concise, writte, day, amazon, days, com
Number of Pages: 78
Warning, this book is only 13 pages long and everything in this book is available elsewhere. However, if your time is valuable and you are tired of books on publishing which never get to the point, then this book is for you. You can publish your finished book manuscript in 30 days or less and make it available to the book-buying public almost instantly. This is not a book on marketing, but a description of one way to publish fast. This book is not a guarantee of success and individual results may vary.
Author: vadim kravetsky
Publisher: Vadim Kravetsky
Keywords: accompanying, comments, kids, name, names, parents, funniest
Number of Pages: 28
Are you looking for a journey that will take you through this amazing obok, along with funny comments and a word puzzle? Then this book is for you. Whether you are looking at this book for curiosity, choices, options, or just for fun; this book fits any criteria. Writing this book did not happen quickly. It is thorough look at accuracy and foundation before the book was even started. This book was created to inform, entertain and maybe even test your knowledge. By the time you finish reading this book you will want to share it with others.
Author: Joseph Smith
Publisher: The Board of Publications
Keywords: independence, mormon, book
Number of Pages: 831
Ever since its appearance in 1830, the Book of Mormon has been a contentious volume. Claimed by millions of Latter Day Saints to be a record of the ancient Israelites and their journeys in the Americas, this volume has earned its place amongst the classics of apocryphal biblical literature. Here is reprinted the original 1830 edition of this revered text, uncorrected, undoctored, and unimproved. It is an important re-source for comparison with the current "official" edition published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. At once scandalous and devotional, the Book of Mormon conti
Author: Book News Inc.
Publisher: Book News Inc.
Keywords: volume, annual, news, book, art
Number of Pages: 126
A bibliography for artists, architects, designers, photographers, art historians, archaeologists, educators, & museum professionals. Selections from Reference & Research Book News and SciTech Book News. Brief reviews of approx. 1,500 books from several hundred publishers.
Author: Chris Downs
Publisher: Chris Downs
Keywords: devotions, meditations, christianity, book, inspirational, chaos, spiritually, order
Number of Pages: 75
As a weekly devotional and meditation, this book will lead you to question your own beliefs to become an even better Christian. Spanning across all kinds of life's great questions, the author aims to help you be the better person you always want to be. This book will change the way you think about life while changing your life!Buy This Book!
Author: Imam Ali
Publisher: Forgotten Books
Keywords: ali, imam, adages
Number of Pages: 162
This is a humble translation for a book that can be considered modern, but the information it contains are of antiquity. "This is the book of 2500 adages for imam Ali (puh)." The book might not contain exactly that number of adages but it might be some number around that. The book categorizes the adages and sayings in different chapters, each contain a specific branch of life. At he end of the book, there is the "Poetec adages" which I have translated without keeping the rhyme, but meaning' by translating word for word method, for there are different obstacles that a not avoidable in the way."
Author: Esther Levy
Publisher: Applewood Books
Keywords: book, cookery, jewish
Number of Pages: 206
Originally published in 1871, the Jewish Cookery Book was the first Jewish cookbook published in America. The book offers practical, down-to-earth advice for American-born Jews who did not have the benefit of a traditional Jewish education. Not much is known about the book's author, Mrs. Esther Levy. She was born Esther Jacobs, probably in England, and most likely lived in Philadelphia. Her book, however, is a milestone in American Jewish history.