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Book Cover Design or The Biased Mind's Eye View

But keep this in mind, there is no bad artwork, because creativity is a blessing in itself and outward expression of internal ideas even more so. But everyone's eyes view and interpret what they see differently, so if this is true than observation may be biased according to the individual'

Understanding Surgery By Doctor Joel Berman Presents Medical Info for Families!

This major guide provides all needed information to patients and/or family members of those who are considering surgery--of all types. Written to be read and used by laymen, the comprehensive guide takes readers through every phase of activities which lead to surgery, including what to know about yo

What Did I Do To Cause the Abuse?

Everyone told me not to move in with you so soon, But what did they know you promised me the moon. You made me believe that I'd live like a queen, but within a few weeks you got violent and mean. Was it me that was really making you this mad, what could I have done that was so terribly bad.

Point Blank by Anthony Horowitz: A Book Review

Have you ever wanted to be a twin? Or maybe you've had the strange experience of meeting someone who looked so much like you that people have gotten you confused. This is part of the adventure that awaits Alex Rider in the second of his series of books, Point Blank, by Anthony Horowitz.

Egyptian Art and the Cairo Museum

Ancient Art is something that we marvel in the present period knowing that it was made by human DNA that we share some of today. Perhaps, no other art or artifacts have captured the human spirit and imagination as much as ancient Egyptian Art. So, let me recommend a very good book to you.

Open Source: By MM Frick - Book Review

A new character is formed into "reading reality" by the name of Casey Shenk, in the premier novel "Open Source," by M. M. Frick. A crossover between James Bond and Jason Bourne, Casey Shenk boldly has the fate of the world rest on the outcome of his mission as he peels the onion

CSS - The Missing Manual - Book Review

I just finished reading "CSS; The Missing Manual" by David McFarland. As a new web developer just starting out I have read dozens of books on HTML and CSS and this book was one of the most informative books that I have read to date.

Interpreter Of Maladies By Jhumpa Lahiri - Book Review

The characters are real-life. You might have seen them while you were sipping a cup of coffee at the Coffee House, or while working out at the Gym, or your next door neighbor. I don't really know whether the author lived in Bengal. But the way little things are presented makes you feel right in

The Story Unraveling Mysteries Untold - Deep Imagery Poem

The following poem is a deep image poem written in freeform style with separating stanzas. The deep image poem is one about mysterious images that are referred to mostly from what some would classify as a rural life style and from the natural world.

Random Poems for Life

Poems on discouragement, dissatisfaction, spiritual wilderness time, and busyness. These are poems with explanations for life.

Easy Blogging For Website Traffic

Don't re-invent the wheel when it comes to blogging for website traffic.These tactics attract traffic to your blog in an honest ethical way.

A New Genre

If you want to see situations, issues, relationships in a historical setting that's great. You can learn about the times and locale in an easy and enjoyable way. If the book is well written you may even learn something about the mind-set and values of the times - though that is both rarer and h

Pullman's Northern Lights

This is an award winning trilogy and its original name is HIS DARK MATERIALS this was written by a famous author by name Philip Pullman. Name of the story was renamed because the original name was not catchy and also does not suit the story much. People also accepted the title as it was the appropri

Book Review for French Peril

Risk pens a thrilling romantic suspense with "French Peril." Set in the picturesque Loire Valley, Cheryl Stewart is on the hunt for a rare statue of the Madonna. Will the chateau's charming owner, Francois de Valroux, be a help or a hindrance?

Survivor Thriller - A Book Review of JD Robbs "Death Series"

Death is a subject no one really wants to talk about, perhaps this is why it is so intriguing and why so many great novels incorporate death into their plots. If you are looking for the leading author on death thrillers, detective mysteries and a writer that can keep you until the end, then let me i

Find it Quick - Handbook on Cults & New Religions by Ron Rhodes

Excellent quick reference on cult belief systemsFind It Quick is a book that should be in every Christian apologist's arsenal.It is a quick reference that lists 40 different cults / religions and their beliefs.Whether you are just beginning to learn what other religions believe or you need to b

Miracles Are Made: A Real-Life Guide to Autism by Lynette Louise

In her book "Miracles Are Made: A Real-Life Guide to Autism" Lynette Louise brings the reader a new kind of hope, as she relates concrete information gained through her personal experiences of the effectiveness and power of Neurofeedback techniques for healing autism. By the middle of the

Love Poems

THE SIMPLE BEAUTY: The simple beauty of the frozen sadness / Then tears of the blue is not much less / And not much more than beauty of the clouds / Inside the rain, to rain the flaky crowds. / But green inside the beauty, which the winter keeps, / Means more than grass of sorrow, when the beauty we