Books, Literature, and Writing
Why You Shouldn't Worry About Returns and Refunds of Your Self Published Book
Some customers will be disappointed with what they purchase, regardless of what you offer. Admit it, you’re not happy with everything you buy. I don’t fret that somehow my books or content are bad if they are returned for refund. Here’s why you shouldn’t worry about it either.
The Fascinating History of The Word Serendipity
The word Serendipity has a fascinating history that connects the East to the West. It was first introduced to English by Horace Walpole, the famous Georgian era writer and politician, who wrote an insanely large number of letters. But there's more to Serendipity than meets the eye!
Some Thoughts on Word Play and Some of My Quotes That Include Them,
Ogden Nash was quite brilliant at playing with words a few examples would be: The Baby.-A bit of talcum Is always walcum. The Catsup Bottle: First a little, Then a lottle and of couse The Panther: If called by a panther, Don't anther. It's a lot of fun to play with words and folks love them.
Gardening and Saving the Treasures in Our Natural Environment in Gorgeous Picture Book and Story for Young Readers
A village must decide how to protect the nature around their village and still have a community garden. Jilly and her grandpa prepare a plan to help the villagers decide that a larger garden is not in the best interest of the animals and natural fruits that grow in the forest around them.
The Little Prince: The 5th Best Selling Book of All Time
This gem of a tale has been entertaining readers for 80 years.
Percy Bysshe Shelley’s "The Sensitive Plant"
Shelley’s "The Sensitive Plant" features a poetic drama of an Eden-like garden with the mimosa plant and a Mother-Nature-like personification, a presence that tends the garden. After the drama plays out, the speaker engages in a philosophical musing on the meaning of life and death.
Interview With Author Bob Price
Bob Price is a retired public servant who enjoys writing a broad range of topics including crime, political satire, humor, science-fiction, and paranormal. I have read three of his many books and would recommend Space Village One.
Pain and Hurt, Part 1 of 3
Answer to question 1in asylum paperwork. I needed more then a 3 inch box to describe in detail how I, and the people I know have been hurt by others. I'm a living Conspiracy Theory. The trouble with international child trafficking started at 4, now I run for my life to escape a murderous cartel
Eric Carle Honored This Month of June and Through the Summer With Recognition of His Art and Books
Fans of Eric Carle will enjoy a celebration of his books and art through the month of June and during the summer with events sponsored by the World of Eric Carle Museum and previews of upcoming new books from Penguin Publishing Company. New activity books are also planned for early education.
I Read How to Kill Your Best Friend by Lexie Elliott - Here's What I Thought
HOW TO KILL YOUR BEST FRIEND is a whirlwind as you try to keep up with new clues and find out the real story around the drowning of the best swimmer around. Keep reading to find out why.
A Review of "Mr. Holland's Mailbag," by Bill Holland
This is a review of "Mr. Holland's Mailbag," a 3-volume anthology of Bill Holland's weekly Hub Pages series "The Writer's Mailbag."
In the Knot of Three Worlds in Which We Dwell!
the world is a cycle of chains! Our present has been crafted according to the sketch we drew in the past and the more that is going to be built in the future. Each one relies on the other as each minute passes by, making a new present in the hope of a new future.
In Tandem With Angst: Moving on With Disappointment
How do you react when you're disappointed? Here are a few tips to cope when Disappointment decides to make an appearance.
Jodah Chapter One
John Hansen is a man who works in the coal mines. One day, his daughter, Magnolia wants to participate in the upcoming show so she wants to participate as a sheep. John wants to show his daughter that she means the world to him so he goes to the shop to buy the costume. Unfortunately, the costume is
Interview With Author TC Marti
TC Marti has been an avid reader/writer for over three decades. He is the author of the Elementals Universe, a shared speculative fiction universe spanning multiple series. He is also a workout fanatic, and a fan of Arizona sports teams.
5. The Devils in the 4-Dimensional Space
This paper uncovers an unknown world through the origin of the universe and the origin of human beings. The paper describes higher dimensional spaces, and aliens. It also explores the purpose of life and the future of the world.
Aqua... Millions of Years Ago
He could always eat her...most probably she would taste like fish. Then he saw blood on the sand around her. She was wounded, and that too badly. He tried to touch, but she gave a loud terrified moan and moved away from him. An open wound ran down from her shoulders to her waist.
A Review of the 20 Best Children’s Narrative Nonfiction Books about Innovations and Inventions
A children’s librarian reviews 20 of the best kid-friendly books about people who have improved our world with their creativity and problem-solving skills. From iphones to popsicles; from stoplights to bandaids, you’ll find topics to pull children in to reading.
Alphabet Letters and Feelings Go Hand in Hand for Fun Learning in Colorful Picture Book for Little Readers
Introduce your little reader to the letters of the alphabet and explore a feeling that each letter describes in the pages of this colorful alphabet picture book. Young children readily learn the letters when there is an idea connected to the alphabet letter. Identify familiar feelings with fun.
Aqua... Discovery of Mermaids Over the Ages
The creatures of the fables had resurfaced. They have survived because they had learnt to hide...hide from humans. From their experiences with man and his ways, they are afraid of us; one feels strongly that they do not want us to find them.
8 Printable Classic Winnie-the-Pooh Games for Parties and Celebrations
Use these easy templates to print out a variety of Pooh games, including a matching game, scavenger hunt, mazes, a drawing game, a guessing game, and charades.
Karina Chapter One
This is a fanfiction about aespa’s Karina. It has nothing to do with the real Karina at all. This is a story that uses her as the main protagonist in the Vanilla Villa City. She is the daughter of the dumbest people ever could live in Vanilla Villa City.
If So Many of Us Writers Are Not Generating Money -- Why Keep Us?: A Satire
While the title is basically saying it all, let's see in more details about the apparent lack of a logical rationale for our being tolerated as members at this writers' community -- when not bringing money to its establishment.
First is Foremost and Memorable
There has to be a ‘first’ time, for anything and everything. To reach your goal, you have to take the ‘first’ step, which may not be perfect, but you get going, and eventually, things fall into place. Usually, the ‘First’ time is filled with excitement, nervousness, confusion and uncertainty.
Interview With Author John Russell
John Russell has been a professional psychic for 50 years; Internationally known, he has provided psychic readings for clients in over 40 countries. He filmed a TV pilot for The History Channel in which he psychically explored the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
How to Earn Money and Sustain a Career in Freelance Writing
The most effective hacks for long term freelance writing.
The Civilized, Chapter 34 - English Translation of Les Civilisés
The last battle of Fierce and his desperate charge against an English battleship.
Book Review: The Hate U Give
The Hate U Give is more than the title of Angie Thomas’s 2017 book, it is also a powerful term with meaningful intentions behind it. T-H-U-G L-I-F-E is the term we are talking about, it is used with pride to describe someone who has come from nothing and built themselves up to become something more.