Get a storytelling edge by learning the eight writing crafts and the secrets of how to engage readers.
Most books on writing specialize in one, two, or three crafts, but none focuses on the overview (yep, that’s a paradox). Until now. The storytelling map is finally here.
The Eight Crafts of Writing is great for aspiring writers and writers who are a few years into their writing journey but got lost in the weeds - as it happened to the author.
Besides providing the map of storytelling, The Eight Crafts of Writing explores new writing territories, for example:
→ The psychology of storytelling
→ The adversity cycle: The origin of fiction writing outline
→ Protagonistic and antagonistic genres, stories, and scenes
→ How to use the eight writing crafts to engage readers
→ A new perspective on the (shapeshifting) writer’s block
Jesus: The Evidence
More than two-thousand years have passed since a man named Jesus walked the earth, and these questions still persist:
Did he really exist? Did he rise from death? Was he the Son of God? Was he really meek and sinless? What is the complete truth and who actually holds this truth about Jesus?
Through years of research and sojourning throughout the Middle East, Stewart delivers shocking revelations that will certainly cause you to question your current beliefs regarding Jesus’ life, family, crucifixion, and resurrection.
In his second published book, Prof. Robert Stewart explores the fascinating tales and truths about one of history’s most controversial and beloved figures — Jesus.
★190 pages on How to Analyze People with Psychology ★
• Have you ever wished you could know what a person really thinks of you?
• Want to know how some people seem to acquire everything they ask for and how others are most attracted to them?
• Do you want to understand how your colleague seems to know what your manager thinks and what is the best thing to say?
• What are the psychological drives that lead people to act in ways that are contrary to social norms and harmful to others?
If that sounds familiar to you, read on!
Today is the best time to get others to decide in your favor. Now you can influence their decisions without even saying a word. You can do all of this through the subconscious power of non-verbal communication.
David Green is a former Stanford psychologist specializing in all neuroscientific and psychotherapy disciplines. However, it was only when he dropped out of college and entered the "real world" that he began to understand these theoretical topics in a practical sense. One of the skills he has continued to hone is the art of analyzing people.
Organized, precise, and delicate gestures and movements will ensure that others are willing to present the things you ask for. You no longer need to think about the things it would be like to be at the top. Today you will have the tools you need to climb your way!
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In this insightful and functional book you will discover:
◆ History of body language.
◆ Read body language like a boss.
◆ How to interpret verbal communication?
◆ Non-verbal body language.
◆ Understanding human behavior.
... and much more.
Even if you've never been able to defend yourself from manipulative behavior, this book will teach you the techniques you need in your toolbox to combat all your uncertainties.
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Lockdown Life is a humorous and reflective snapshot of the unique period called 'Lockdown'. 2020 brought us the great global event that resulted in seven billion people on the planet being sent to the confines of their homes amidst the pandemic, some to homes padded with toilet paper and others with cupboards full of dry pasta!
Split into three parts, this book is designed to help you spot 'Lockdown Personalities', explore 'Lockdown Activities' and reflect on 'Lockdown Lessons'. Did you know that the Lockdown Roadman's hobby of chatting up women outside Iceland was classed as 'essential work'? Did you catch that glass of brandy your child's teacher was drinking off-screen during the English lesson on Shakespeare?
Lockdown made introverts (Intros) scream with joy and extroverts (Extros) quake in their boots as they were forced out of the pubs and clubs. It made parents appreciate teachers and the public appreciate the NHS, and some tapped into gifts and talents they didn't even know they had. But what can we gain from this time? Can humanity learn and grow?
Dive in and join us as we explore love, laughter and freedom amongst one of the most challenging times of humanity.
Being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes can be a very frightening and worrying experience, not only for the person themselves, but also for their loved ones. Having your child diagnosed can feel truly devastating, the moment you find out that they will have to inject insulin for the rest of their lives, or they will die, is beyond heart-breaking. Type 1 diabetes doesn't discriminate between race, religion, or how you were brought up, it can affect anyone from the superrich to the super-poor. Dealing with diagnosis can be just as hard as dealing with the disease itself, and coming to terms with it can take a very long time. This book tells the story of my son as he was diagnosed, from how my wife and I as parents saw the early signs, to our journey through diagnosis, then on to living with a type 1 child. I wrote this not as a means to help people medically deal with the disease(however I do highlight several things that we do to control it), but to show those that are going through the same experience - you are not alone, and things do get better. This book is for all the type 1 diabetic warriors in this world, and those who care for them.
"An Englishman in the Seminole War," was published by The Florida Historical Society and is available directly from the FHS and from Amazon.
The book is a memoir based upon the letters of John Bemrose, edited by Randal J. Agostini, who is John’s great great grandson. John Bemrose came to America from England as an unaccompanied 16 year-old in 1831. He served in the US Army as a dedicated hospital steward during the Second Seminole War.
Bemrose documented his five years in America in a series of sixty letters written to his eldest son, Weightman between November 1863 and May 1866.
John Bemrose provides unique descriptions of nineteenth century St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Micanopy, and other locations. He offers personal observations of Florida's diverse populations, and key figures of the Seminole War. Bemrose recounts dramatic battles, difficult marches through the Florida wilderness and the challenging life of a soldier in the 1830’s.
This exciting memoir, written as a first person narrative, provides valuable new insights into Florida history and culture from An Englishman in the Seminole War.”
Ben Brotemarkle, Executive Director, Florida Historical Society, Summer 2021.
When a teacher exclaims, “Clap if you can hear me,” students are meant to clap once in unison in answer to demonstrate they are attentive, focused, and processing what is being said. The essential ingredient in enhancing education is paying attention.
This book presents practical solutions to empower students and parents in education. Clap If You Can Hear Me is a navigational guide that exposes critical deficits in PreK through higher education programs. It also illuminates best practices to prepare youth for life, not just college, which are illustrated throughout each chapter.
The culmination of the enclosed suggestions deliver a balanced, quality education that is affordable and relevant. Infusing higher education with life skills and work experience that today’s employers are looking for is a featured theme.
To achieve generational wealth and national prosperity, we must rethink how we prepare our youth for life and address post-graduate resources for both primary and higher education students that are entering the workforce. This book reveals the things they don’t tell you and provides an arsenal of implementable solutions for parents and students that you can do to enhance your education.
Relevance is the greatest challenge of a robust education. Excelling in global competitiveness happens when we establish a better quality of life for all Americans while simultaneously reducing personal and government debt. Establishing this life begins with education. Clap If You Can Heart Me acts as an advocate for change with solutions that can be immediately applied to benefit students, parents, and lobbied for by any party of interest. Clap if you can hear me, ‘Merica.
Have you ever walked around your house wondering WHY this was installed that way or WHY there is orange shag carpet in the kitchen? Maybe you wondered WHY there has to be a front yard or WHY do pests keep getting into your home? We provide a comedic look at the WHY and some insight on what should be.
This book provides a tour of the insanity of past, present, and future home design highlighting the tragic comedy of why things are the way they are and what could be done differently to elevate home design. We address the absurd notions of shag carpeting in bathrooms and what led to their demise as well as how to shore up your home from pesty invaders. Tour of Insanity is designed to spark conversations and provide comic relief while introducing solutions.
If you want serious, mapped-out architectural and home decor enlightenment - walk away, this book isn't for you. We provide odd facts, bizarre history, and viable solutions that in most cases are beyond our control. After reading, you will walk away with interesting stories and whimsical knowledge that is great for warming up dinner conversations, but first and foremost, you will smile.
Comfort In Time Of Bereavement, is a book God inspired ne to write to help people get through lost of a love one, or a friend to death. Everyone in the World has lost a love one, or a friend to death, and durning those times we all needed Comfort. When people read my book, they will get Comfort, Peace and Understanding. The book allso contains supporting scriptures from the bible about death. Every house in the World needs a copy of this book.
Bryce Lockwood has amassed a trove of unique military experiences during a brief span of time. Born on a small farm in rural New York State in 1939, he graduated from high school in Afton, New York in 1957. He soon made the decision to enlist in the Marine Corps and, in 1960, married his fiancee, Lois. In the next few years, his military career led to language school in Monterey, California, where he completed Russian linguist training followed by Cold War assignments in locations such as Scotland, Turkey and the former West Germany. However, the most unforgettable moment of his military assignments came with temporary orders for service aboard the USS Liberty - a U.S. intelligence ship. While serving as a Russian linguist aboard the vessel, he lived through an attack by Israeli warplanes and torpedo boats during the Six-Day War, resulting in the deaths of 34 and wounding 174 Americans. As the only U.S. Marine to survive the incident, Lockwood became the recipient of a Silver Star medal for rescuing three sailors trapped in flooded compartments in addition to receiving a Purple Heart for severe burns incurred in a torpedo explosion. Lockwood later served a tour in Vietnam and, in 1971, received a medical retirement after thirteen years of service. In recent years, he has sought the truth behind the unprovoked assault on the USS Liberty, which left many of his friends severely wounded or dead. In recent decades, Lockwood has joined other Liberty survivors in petitioning Congress for an open and thorough investigation of the attack.