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Pick Up The Phone!
Pick Up The Phone!
by Margret Shea
Edition: Paperback
Price: 5.66

5.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining & original, 9 Mar 2014
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I loved this book by Margret Shea, about a universal dread - losing our phone. The colourful characters come to life in this great adventure and are immediately likable and sympathetic. She paints her scenes vividly and weaves an intricate tale of lost identities and reconciliation. Recommended.


Writing a Book in 30 Days: A 60-Minute Masterclass (60-Minute Masterclasses 5)
Writing a Book in 30 Days: A 60-Minute Masterclass (60-Minute Masterclasses 5)
Price: 1.99

4.0 out of 5 stars How to write a book in 30 days, 14 July 2013
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This book is a very insightful and helpful guide on structuring your first draft of a novel. Unless you are incredibly disciplined or have a very strong outline for a novel already in your mind, the 30 days is quite optimistic. I will use this book absolutely to draw up my first draft but it will probably take me at least 60 days!


Long leggety beasties
Long leggety beasties
Price: 4.51

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5.0 out of 5 stars Good old school days, 29 Jan 2013
Long Leggety Beasties is an entertaining romp through school life from a teacher's perspective. The book is full of amusing scenarios and colourful characters and wonderfully celebrates the unusual and the underdog.


These People Are Not Your Friends: The Dark Art of Staff Management
These People Are Not Your Friends: The Dark Art of Staff Management
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and Enlightening Read, 28 Jan 2013
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Laugh out loud funny. Whether you already work in management, want to or did, this book is an entertaining read that gives essential advice on how to get ahead of the game. Taking no prisoners, Jason Lye has written an insightful, intelligent and compelling book, full of wonderful anecdotes. Clearly someone who has had extensive experience in management, Lye masters the art of sharp observation and dry humour. I would not only recommend this book to managers, but to anyone who has worked for one.


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