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Writing, Film and Theatre  // Browsing posts in Writing, Film and Theatre

Choosing Lovers

Choosing Lovers

Patterns of Romance How You Select Partners in Intimacy, The Ways You Connect and Why You Break Apart Martin Blinder, M.D. with Carmen Lynch, M.S.W. When romantic love strikes the heart, even the most profound and self-assured of thinkers are left dumbfounded and uneasy. It is startling just how little we really know about a process […]

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Writing: Getting Into Print

Writing: Getting Into Print

A Business Guide For Writers Jo Frohbieter-Mueller Writing: Getting Into Print is a marketing and business guide for writers. It will teach you how to turn your dreams into reality, how to sell what you write, and how to develop a writing business. This book will direct you through the process of generating ideas, creating marketable […]

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E-Motion Picture Magic

E-Motion Picture Magic

A Movie Lover’s Guide to Healing and Transformation Birgit Wolz, Ph.D. – Like no other medium before it, the popular movie presents the potential of a new power for illuminating the depth of human experience. E-Motion Picture Magic employs that power as a tool to increase consciousness. Cinema therapy offers more perspective on life, prompting the viewer to […]

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Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring Mary B. Keene, Editor – America has faced and met the challenge of September 11, 2001. Its citizens have banded together in thought and ideals with strength and resolution. Americans were moved from rivers of tears to resolve, standing together to protect our way of life. In a democracy the protection of human […]

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How We Communicate

How We Communicate

The Most Vital Skill Martin K. Barrack – How We Communicate offers an integrated perspective exploring the history of communication and man’s need to make contact with others. Practical information on face to face and other personal communication techniques, the telephone and business systems is examined. We communicate through our use of language, our clothing, our manner […]

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Capturing the Magic of Fiction Writing

Capturing the Magic of Fiction Writing

Jack Creed  – Capturing the Magic of Fiction Writing introduces the reader to a careful examination of prose fiction, its genres and categories. Classifications of novels including plotting, setting, characterization, and patterns are defined and explained. Creed analyzes supportive elements and techniques including style, development of flashbacks, dialogues, and much more. Symbols, symbolic plants, and symbolic […]

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Shades of Reality

Shades of Reality

How the New Fuzzy Philosophy Will Change Your World View Bob Bishop (Mr. Logic)  – Bob Bishop explores the concepts of reality, both as perceived and scientific, and demonstrates how preconceived notions, grounded in local paradigms, can affect not only scientific and mechanical invention, but difficult societal issues as well. The value of human life, […]

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Great Forgers and Famous Fakes

Great Forgers and Famous Fakes

The Manuscript Forgers of America & How They Duped the Experts – – Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged Charles Hamilton  – Charles Hamilton recognizes a faked signature and believes it to be easily identified, and so will the reader of this book — once he knows what to look for. This is information of immense […]

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William Shakespeare & John Fletcher

William Shakespeare & John Fletcher

Cardenio or the Second Maiden’s Tragedy Charles Hamilton  – For three centuries lovers of Shakespeare have searched vainly for the Golden Fleece of literature — a lost play titled Cardenio, by William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. The lure of this missing play about Cardenio, a bizarre character in Cervantes’s Don Quixote, has led lovers of […]

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Grammar Gremlins

Grammar Gremlins

Don K. Ferguson – Syndicated columnist and grammarian, Don K. Ferguson is an inveterate note-taker, recording mistakes in grammar or word usage and when observing an incorrect punctuation mark. Accumulating a small mountain of short, cryptic notes, Ferguson wondered how they might be made useful. Out of these thoughts, Ferguson’s column “Grammar Gremlins” was born and […]

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