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A write-up on poetry based on an anthology " Musical Marvels of Self ", jointly written by Dr. Ujjwala Kakarala & Rumpa Ghosh
Equations of a Being: A being who gathered Moss is a collection of thought pieces pertaining to existential spectrum.
It is the promotion of my book that I have published as an ebook on Amazon.
Genre: Fantasy, Romance Word Count: 9,240 Average Goodreads Rating: 3.97 out of 5 stars My rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
This is a book review of Reinventing Schools, Reforming Teaching: From Political Visions to Classroom Reality (2011) by John Bangs, John MacBeath, and Maurice Galton.
Publishers Weekly reviews Transfer Day, the only novel written to commemorate America's purchase of the Danish West Indies during WWI.
Placing our trust in a higher power will help to build strong faith and this will motivate us to develop our self belief or self confidence......
The diffusion of innovation theory was first proposed by Everett Rogers through it's publication in 1960 by defining it as a process where innovation communicated through certain channels at certain periods to members of the social system.
I recently read this book about a woman who stands up to bullying council employees who try to stop her from earning a living. Read on to find out what I thought of it.
Panchatantra stories are one of the most ancient fables for children that help to teach moral lessons to them through stories portrayed by animal and human characters.
A review of the authorised biography of John Colin Campbell Jordan (1923-2009).
The Very Best of Bare Back Magazine is a collection of the hottest erotic stories and poems from popular writers in the genre.
Good books can change lives. This book is such a good book. Whether it changes your life though will depend on whether you see the rather simple stories, and tales here, as just interesting reading, or on whether you can see that they all contain some type of an inner truth buried w...
“Where the Picnic Was” is a poem written by Thomas Hardy in 1913. It was a late addition to a set of poems written after the death of his first wife, Emma.
Where we left off The family had finished their Christmas dinner and setting up Carissa's new monopoly game. The door bell rang and it was Mr. Martin all the way from Sydney with Jean's Christmas presents. Katie-Ann is in a foul mood and finds fault with the presents Jean had given...
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