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Sometimes, You Have To Write It Wrong To Write It Right.

Sometimes, You Have To Write It Wrong To Write It Right.

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gregvanarsdale.com - This blog will be less formal than its predecessors. Although I still advocate adherence to the Chicago Manual of Style whenever possible, there are times when writing fiction one needs to break the rules in order to get the point ...

How the Bible Guides Us

How the Bible Guides Us

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www.thebiblewasnotwritteninenglish.com - How the Bible Guides Us The Bible Was Not Written In English by David Murdoch is an insightful book that teaches us how to study the Bible so we can better understand the overall plan of God. Generally, it is an ...

How Reading Books Improve Child Development

How Reading Books Improve Child Development

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www.janetcouncilmanbooks.com - Encouraging children to read books is vital in every stage of their development to achieve certain milestones. The role that books play is varied in so many aspects. They can be a child’s companion as they undergo their childhood. Most ...

Important Qualities of a True Christian

Important Qualities of a True Christian

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www.alawfromeden.com - What rules and regulations should you follow to become a true Christian? You might think it’s complicated. But really, it all boils down on how you glorify God with the life you live. There are many ways on how you ...

Why There Should be Love in Times of War

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Love is an important aspect of life. It is the foremost emotion that rules the world. Without love, connections and relationships may lose their essence. Love comes in different types and forms. There is familial love, friendly love, romantic love, ...

LATFOB is Back: ReadersMagnet Eyes History in Virtual Festival

LATFOB is Back: ReadersMagnet Eyes History in Virtual Festival

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www. - Thought that the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books – the largest literary and cultural festival in the country –was canceled? Well, it’s not. In fact, it’s going digital for the first time in history apparently due to the COVID-19 ...

Tips for Writing an Epic Travelogue

Tips for Writing an Epic Travelogue

Submitted by • October 7, 2020

www.mikehoneycuttbook.com - The recent decades have seen an enormous increase in the popularity of travelogue as a form of literature. By definition, a travelogue is a book containing a person’s account of his or her journey to another country, region, or city. ...

Ways to Aid a Person Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Disease

Ways to Aid a Person Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s Disease

Submitted by • October 6, 2020

www.goingwithalzheimers.com - Managing a person with Alzheimer’s disease can be an intensely stressful journey, physically and emotionally. If you have a family member diagnosed with this disease, you probably know this already. This illness could affect the whole family and will probably ...

5 Fascinating Things to Do in India

5 Fascinating Things to Do in India

Submitted by • October 5, 2020

www.nickigeigertbooks.com - Choosing the best destination to spend your break can become exciting and demanding at the same time. Marking the calendar for a vacation creates the thrill and gives you something to look forward to. However, the key to a successful ...

FROM SCIENCE TO SPIRITUALITY

FROM SCIENCE TO SPIRITUALITY

Submitted by • October 2, 2020

www.neilgriffen.com - In Neil C. Griffen's compelling book, From Science to Spirituality, readers are challenged to question preconceived beliefs regarding the disciplines of science and religious thought. In his meticulously researched book, Griffen sets out to prove that science and religion are not ...