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The Seven M's of Writing for a Living (The Alphabe&hellip by Sue Cowley
Sue Cowley's modestly priced book is greater than the sum of its parts, offering more than concise stepping stones to writing for a living. She is rightly consistent in placing responsibility for any success firmly with the reader.15 years' experience ensure the author harbours no illusions and makes no easy promises: every piece of practical advice is qualified either with the necessity to bespoke the point or to stress the requisite commitment. Such realism is even more valuable than her suggestions.

This is a book also to return to along a writer's journey for it lays a firm Yellow Brick Road from Munchkin Country (where I am!) through the Land of every writer's Oz that is… Read more
A catalogue of the library of Lewis Theobald, Esq.&hellip by Charles Corbett
A stylish 19cm x 25cm glossy soft-back booklet contsining high quality digital scans of Charles Corbett's catalogue of the late Lewis Thobald's library prepared for the 1744 auction any modern Shakespeare scholar would LOVE to have attended!
The Real Sherlock Holmes: The Mysterious Methods a&hellip by Joe Riggs
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is a good looking publication, priced reasonably and of interest to all ages from young teens to my 98 year old dad!

After a fascinating introduction about his own life, famous American Mentalist, Joe Riggs, proceeds to teach the reader how to develop the mind and memory to handle much more than is usually expected. While Joe parallels these, entertainingly. with the legendary skills of Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes, he insists ANYONE can think and remember with greater effectiveness.

The beauty of this book lies in its thoughtful anticipation of reader problems - Mr. Riggs knows his subject and I recommend The Real Sherlock Holmes to all who would like some… Read more