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The World’s Easiest Memory Method: How to remember everything the easy way (The memory improvement book that’s different)

by Ian Stables

The World’s Easiest Memory Method

How To Remember Everything The Easy Way

(The Memory Improvement Book That’s Different)

If you’re wanting to know how to improve your memory, then this memory book is different. It shows an improved, more effective, and far easier way to remember. You will know how to remember anything and do it in the easiest possible way.

The world’s simplest top memory technique improved to make remembering anything SUPER EASY

This memory book teaches you the memory method easily regarded as the world’s most easiest and effective way. Other books teach this memory method but the problem is coming up with images and remembering them. This memory book removes this problem and makes it super easy.

You will then learn the new improved method that makes recall even easier and far more effective. It’s the method improved.

Other books only teach one method which limits it’s practical uses. This book fills that gap by giving you two other methods. You’ll be able to remember anything you want at will.

The book then moves on to showing you practical ways to easily remember lists, travel directions, speeches, talks and presentations, numbers, and how to remember names and faces.

It’s the best answer to the question how can i remember anything easily. It’s the natural way to remember.

You’ll find this the easiest way to remember anything. This is a simple memory technique that will allow you to learn anything and everything quickly.

You can use it for anything including work, school, and play.



The Golden Theme

by Brian McDonald

How to make your writing appeal to the highest common denominator. “Brian McDonald is one of the world’s wisest teachers of the elements that create great storytelling….If you a writer in any genre, read The Golden Theme. If you are a non-writing reader who just loves stories, read it. If you are a teacher, share it with your students. And give it to friends, who will thank you for the clarity Brian McDonald so generously brings to our lives.”

From the forward by Dr. Charles Johnson, National Book Award winner for Middle Passage



World Integration: How to Weave Worldbuilding into Your Speculative Fiction Novel (Writer’s Toolbox)

by Camille Picott

World Integration tackles the tricky task of incorporating worldbuilding details into a science fiction or fantasy novel. This can present an interesting dilemma for genre writers. How can information on a fictional world be delivered to readers in a way that is natural to the story line? How can important details be shared without bogging down readers in pages and pages of boring exposition?

This is where World Integration will help. Writers will learn valuable techniques for weaving worldbuilding into a genre story, as well as the pros and cons of each technique. All methods are accompanied with examples from published works. This article is for all science-fiction and fantasy writers looking to improve and enhance worldbuilding in their novels.

Writer’s Toolbox is a how-to series dedicated to helping speculative fiction writers improve their craft. Articles are written by Camille Picott, an award-winning and Amazon-bestselling speculative fiction author.



Introducing Microcontrollers: Volume 1 – Hardware and Programming

by Michael Collier

Intended for university students in electronic engineering, software design or mechatronics, this text leads the reader from first principles of microcontrollers to advanced applications and techniques. The 8051 device is used for illustration throughout, but the concenpts are widely applicable in the embedded systems field. Each chapter comes with assignment questions for lecture-room use.



TOEFL Interactive self-study: 200 Advanced Vocabulary Questions. A powerful method to learn the vocabulary you need.

by Konstantinos Mylonas

Do you need to:
– Improve your English vocabulary quickly and effectively?
– Become a more fluent non-native speaker of English?
– Succeed in important English language examinations, such as TOEFL?

TOEFL Interactive self-study: 200 Advanced Vocabulary Questions/ Book 1 is a Kindle e-book that can help you thoroughly master hundreds of essential word combinations at advanced level.

Acquire the advanced vocabulary you need with our powerful approach:
– Hundreds of example sentences
– Easy to understand definitions
– Interactive multiple choice questions
– Constant revision and consolidation.

How fast can you learn hundreds of English word combinations? Download the free preview to find out!

If you are preparing for the TOEFL test, studying advanced vocabulary is absolutely essential to get the maximum score. Knowing hundreds of “tough” words will greatly improve your reading and listening comprehension, as well as help you write and speak much more accurately and fluently.

TOEFL Interactive self-study: 200 Advanced Vocabulary Questions/ Book 1 can help you in a way no other ordinary book can. It is ideal for self-study whenever you want, wherever you are. You answer vocabulary questions and you receive feedback right away. It’s as if you have a private English Tutor on the spot; telling you what you did right or wrong, explaining the mistakes again and again.

After completing the exercises in this unique e-book, you will have mastered hundreds of advanced words and word combinations quickly and easily. You will also practice your dictionary skills and learn how to use the free Kindle dictionary so you can delve deeper into the meaning and usage of a word. This e-book is very convenient; you can download it simultaneously to your desktop, laptop, smart-phone or tablet, thanks to the free Kindle applications.

Indisputable Fact: The more English words you know, the higher your TOEFL score can be. TOEFL Interactive self-study: 200 Advanced Vocabulary Questions/ Book 1 is a simple but powerful method for vocabulary expansion.



Story Master (Language Arts)

by Amir Khan

Story Master is a concise but an incredibly valuable guide for teachers and parents looking at finding creative ways to teach story telling to their children. The book is result of a wonderful language arts course (same name as the title of the book) taught by the author in Dallas. The author strongly believes that teachers should have the ability to match VARK (visual, auditory, reading-writing and kinesthetic) learners with appropriate stimuli.

Focused towards elementary level students, the book is divided into four segments (or guided play themes as the author describes them). Each segment can be enhanced to meet any class or home schooling needs. The author provides step-by-step directions on how to use described tools including LEGO® Educational Kits in bringing out the creativity of your student. The book also includes valuable tips and suggestions and links to many web-based resources.



How To Increase Your Memory- Tips Techniques & That Work

by Jean M Edwards

Three simple memory techniques that will boost your memory.

You will find tips for students and business professionals.

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The BIG Book of Moods: Wisdom Quotes about Human Emotions

by little BIG Books

           Excited? Embarrassed? Or maybe a little anxious?  Well, you’re not the only one. Ancient Egyptians were sad too. At least sometimes. And sometimes even during wars there are moments of happiness. And it happens to everyone to hate something or someone. So, happy or sad, you don’t have to generate big thoughts about that, someone already has. If you’re looking for some words of wisdom, you’ll surely find them here. 
In The BIG Book of Moods you’ll find quotes about 

  • anger 
  • anxiety
  • apathy
  • boredom
  • compassion
  • depression
  • doubt
  • fear
  • gratitude
  • grief
  • guilt
  • happiness
  • hate
  • hope
  • loneliness
  • love
  • pleasure
  • pride
  • regret
  • sadness
  • shame 

not only from masters of wisdom like Confucius, Buddha or Mahatma Gandhi, but also from people like J.K Rowling, Jim Morrison, Chuck Palahniuk, Charles Bukowski, Viggo Mortensen, Julian Casablancas, Debbie Harry and many others.
“You either love or you hate. You live in the middle, you get nothing.”
Who said that? The Dalai Lama or Charlie Sheen?



Flowers and Quotes – Picturesque Inspiration

by Ajanta

Amalgamating the wonder of flowers with the most beautiful quotes on nature – this is a picturesque representation.

This ebook will light up your screen and make you contemplate on the beautiful words and pictures. This will be your perfect companion for sunny and rainy days when you bask in the lines of Martin Luther, Audrey Hepburn, Chanakya and Freud.

This is a great gift and you can make someone’s day brighter.

Note – This is a fully coloured, image-based ebook.



Interesting Facts about Clouds

by Johann Steiger

Short fun, interesting Facts about Clouds

Table of Content

Their Formation & Other Great Bits of Information

Clouds and the Weather

Clouds, Thunderstorms and Lightning

The Classification of Clouds

Quick Facts about Clouds

Some Interesting Little Stories

Cloud’s Role in Science and our Climate



Instructional Design and ELearning Glossary

by Marina Arshavskiy

Instructional Design and ELearning glossary provides definitions of over 130 terms related to instructional design, eLearning, teaching and education.



The Kabah in Early Times (Prophet Muhammad Stories for Kids 1)

by Saniyasnain Khan / Goodword

The Prophet Muhammad Storybook takes you back to the early days of Makkah, to a period long before the birth of the Prophet Muhammad . It relates fascinating stories about the Kabah and how the pilgrimage to it and trade with far-off lands such as Yemen, Syria, Iraq, Persia were organized along the silk route by the Prophet’s great grandfather. Everything is covered from the re-digging of the Zamzam well to the year of elephants, to the birth of the Prophet Muhammad, and then on to his childhood in the desert and his early life in Makkah.



Little Book Of Tips For Descriptive Writing

by Patti Roberts

A Little Book Of – very easy – Tips For Descriptive Writing.

Bonus reading includes Writing Tips from Authors.

Participating Authors.

David Bishop – The Woman

Suzy Turner – The Ghost Of Josiah Grimshaw

Ella Medler – Blood Is Power.

Kenneth Hoss – Deadly Storm.

Patricia Puddle – Ominous Love.

Tarek Hassan Refaat – Ribbons & Heels

Elaine Raco Chase – Double Occupancy.

Sasha Kildare – Dream Walking

Barbara Watkins – Thorns Of An Innocent Soul

Glenn Starkey.- Solomon’s Men

Donya Lynne – All the King’s Men

Carlyle Labuschagne – The Broken Destiny

Carole Sutton – Flash Harry

Thom Locke.- The Ming Inheritance

Suz Demello – Desire In Tartan

Tabitha Ormiston-Smith – Gift Of Continence

James Eggebeen – Foundling Wizard (Apprentice to Master)

S. M. Hineline – Hunting

Solease M Barner – Secrets Of The Ghosts

Emerald Barnes – Read Me Dead

Michelle A Horst – Vaalbara. The Land Of Shadows

Peggy Holloway – Time and Time Again

Patti Roberts – Paradox – Bound By Blood

Lavinia Urban – ERIN. The Fire Goddess. The Beginning

Annie Miles – Misled

Tiffeny Moore – Past Unleashed



Get More Sub Jobs: How to get the jobs you want and make more money as a substitute teacher

by Jannene Witt

Have you been subbing for months, but still aren’t getting requested as much as you’d like? Do you spend hours hitting F5, “search again”, or calling the sub system? Do you know what kind of substitute assignments you’d like, but never seem to be able to get those? If so, then this book is for you.

Author Jannene Witt, a full-time substitute teacher, shares her secrets to success in this book designed to help you get more jobs and make more money as a substitute teacher. After moving three times in less than three years, and being brand new to each area, she quickly became highly-requested at each school by applying these strategies and principles.

In this book, you will learn:

1. The novel way to get the kids to beg their teacher to bring YOU back.

2. The secret thing to give teachers that gets them to call me over other substitutes.

3. The best time to meet new teachers and how to get them to add you to their “favorites list.”

4. What time of the day is the most critical for your students to be well-behaved and how to do it.

5. The best way to get the administration staff on your side.

As an added bonus, you will find lists of games to play with the kids, ways to motivate them, and classroom management techniques. In the appendix, you’ll also find sample notes to teacher, a sample introduction letter, tips on using Aesop and more.

By applying the strategies in this book, you’ll stand out from the competition and get more jobs as a substitute teacher!



Quotes For Writers: Inspiration, Advice, Humor & Motivational Stories From Famous Authors

by LJS Quote 2 Motivate

Quotes For Writers: Inspiration, Advice, Humor & Motivational Stories From Famous Authors

Don’t remain an aspiring writer – let these inspiring quotes, with practical advice to improve your writing skills, motivate you to finish writing a book. You’ll find writing prompts and sparks for your imagination through humor quotes, blunt opinions, and even writers quotes for therapy!


“Good writing is bad writing that was rewritten.”

– Marc Raibert

This collection of over 250 inspirational quotes will provide the motivation to keep on writing until you become successful. There are quotes from your favorite authors, and many you might not have heard of before – but their smart minds will make you want to find their books. You’ll find writing quotes from 1,000s of years ago showing the writing experience hasn’t changed.

“Books and doors are the same thing. You open them, and you go through into another world.”

– Jeanette Winterson

Quotes For Writers includes stories of famous authors who you might have missed the pleasure of reading if they hadn’t had the enormous dedication and perseverance to keep going. One author didn’t publish a book until they were 74, and another is still publishing best sellers at the age of 80 – so it’s never too late to start (and finish) your book.

“Rejected pieces aren’t failures; unwritten pieces are.”

– Greg Daugherty

This quotes collection was compiled with thought and care for you to dip into whenever you face a blank page, and need a helping hand. You will know if you need a gentle nudge or a serious kick – it’s your choice.

“But words are things, and a small drop of ink,

Falling like dew, upon a thought, produces

That which makes thousands, perhaps millions, think.”

– Lord Byron

Whether you self-publish an Amazon Kindle eBook, or you’re looking for a publisher, these quotes will guide you through to the end.

You can view this quote collection anywhere with your PC, Mac, Tablet or Smartphone, using the free Amazon Kindle App downloads.

A link is included to free wallpapers with inspirational quotes for your mobile phones.

Scroll up to buy this book as a gift for yourself, and for anyone who is struggling to finish writing their book.



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