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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Elsie Dinsmore Update

I am almost done with "Elsie' Girlhood'.the third book in the Elsie series.  This is better than the first two books in the series. I guess because Elsie is older.  She doesn't cry quite as much. Horace is more tolerable but he still expects rigid obedience. Her little brother, Horace, appears out of nowhere, Elsie spends most of the book with their Aunt Wealthy, a rich widow and meets new friends.She won't even dare defy him behind his back without his consent, not even a hairstyle can change, though she is a young lady.  Arthur hasn't changed one bit. An illness does not stop him. He tries to set Elsie up with a money grubber as revenge fo rnot helping pay off his gambling debt.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Fern;s Dragon

Fern’s Dragon is a superbly amusing read that arouses the imagination of both youthful people and the young-at-heart alike. It is a good mystery-fantasy story that is craftily penned.
Fern is a brilliant, aesthetic young girl who is absolutely captivated with dragons. One day she produced a masterpiece with beach sand and loved it so much that she was unwilling to leave her dragon, Nogard. When her mother took Fern to visit Norgard, they were aghast to find he was missing. Later that night, Fern is visited by Norgard, who implores for her help in the  rescue of dragon-kind.
Little Fern finds herself leading the last of the race of dragons, observing hints and attempting to piece together a way to save the dragon king – the only dragon with the power to cease the disaster about to fall.
David Wills has done a superior job on this children’s book. His use of colors and visually energizing words is sure to activate the imagination. The light conclusion will leave a smile on the readers’ face.
I highly recommend this book to parents, as they are unlikely to become bored with their children begging to have the story repeatedly read to them. I know I for certain enjoyed it."
ISBN# 1413770177
Publisher: Publish America, Inc
Author: David Wills

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Moon Lighting on the Internet

Moonlighting on the Internet: 5 World-Class Experts Reveal Proven Ways to Make Extra Cash
Where to purchase: www.amazon.com

Income is scarce these days and everyone is anticipating create a bit of additional cash unofficially. Moonlighting on the Internet teaches you how to make additional money using the internet.
The book was penned by Yanik Silver, a long-familiar internet entrepreneur, expert on web marketing, and self-made millionaire. In his book he furnishes the reader with pragmatic and valuable hints on how to get started in the world of internet business but also has hints and tricks for those already earning income online.

Discover how to make profit being an internet infopreneur, an eBay retail merchant, an associate vendor, a Yahoo! Stores retailer and a blogger. If you already operate a business online, discover how to get additional hits to your site by using ebay, blogs and affiliates.

The book is not intended to represent a ‘becoming rich overnight’ strategy. It is a means to get started in making more money than you are making at the moment on a uniform foundation.
The included success tales from other internet marketers are both inspirational and motivational and give the reader energizing thoughts on how to begin their own moonlighting on the internet.
For more information, go to www.amazon.com

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Top 5 Classic Scary Books

Top 5 Classic Scary Books for Halloween

Halloween makes most people want to bring out their favorite scary book. There is nothing like reading a good scary book or thriller on Halloween. Especially classic novels are good choices as they have all the elements. If you need ideas, here are five suggestions for scary novels to get your fill of fright.
 
Frankenstein (1818) - Mary Shelly
A young Victor Frankenstein had an interest In chemistry since a child. As an adult, Doctor Frankenstein is obsessed with creating a monster out of body parts from corpses. However, the monster does not turn out the way he believed it would.

Turn of the Screw(1898) - Henry James

A narrator is listening to an account of a young governess being read by a male friend. The governess believes she is seeing ghosts of former employees. Even worse, she thinks they are after the children.

Dracula(1897)- Bram Stoker

What is Halloween without this classic novel? Count Dracula moves to England but not without a battle with a small group of men and women. Jonathan Harker, Dracula’s real estate agent, is given crucifixes and other things to ward off evil. Harker is charmed by the old gentleman and find himself prisoner.

Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde- Robert Louis Stevenson

The classic tale of alter egos. A lawyer, Mr.Utterson, listens to his friend’s story about an assault. He talks about an evil figure who wreaks havoc on London but it is only a rumor until someone witnesses a brutal attack.

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow - William Irving

A teacher, Ichabod Crane, comes to Sleepy Hollow, a town haunted by a headless horseman. The ghostly horseman is believed to be the ghost of a soldier looking for his head. Ichabod falls in love with Katrina Van Tassel but is soon embroiled in a love triangle.
 

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Top Secret Restaurant Recipes

This has been one of the most fun recipe books I have used. The Author, Ron Douglas, gives very elaborated information on how to cook the recipes that are in his book. These recipes are from a few of the most popular restaurants in America like McDonald's and Wendy's.
I have sampled many of the recipes for family members and friends they are asking me to cook more of them as they select from their preferred options. Using this book has preserved me time and money from going out to eat and offers any husehold a variety.
Numerous times it was the same old thing from the husband “not this again tonight for dinner” Now adding some of these recipes provided in Ron’s book I hear “You are cooking that for dinner” I capture much more pleasure and grins at the dinner table from a satisfied husband.
I have also used a few of the restaurant recipes to impress my guests at dinner parties. My preferred thing to do is when I have to go to a party that calls for me to bring a dish to pass, I will use one of the restaurant recipes and everyone would like to know how I cooked it. I have fun devising conversation with friends and showing off.
I advocate this cookbook to anyone who relishes cooking and likes to get compliments.