- 2100 - Life in the Late 21st Century
by Steve Priest
- Appendix A: Brief Guide to Microsoft Project 2010
by Kathy Schwalbe
- The Nurses Action Guide to Starting Your Own Business
by Wendy Getchell
- "Souled Out"! A former Madam turns her back on the sex trade and breaks her silence.
by Tania Fiolleau
- The Definitive Idea Book for Home Based Business
by Wendy Getchell
- Well Done - A Story of Applied Spirituality
by Kathy Kirk
- Keep Your Identity to Yourself! - Easy & Affordable Ways to Protect Your Identity
by William Craig Iii
- "Everything You Needed to Know About Interviewing and Resumes...but Didn't Know What to Ask."
by Betty Motsenbocker
- How To Start A Daycare
by Zach Keyer
by Peter Johansen
- Sustainable Brands, San Diego
- by Andrea Mestdagh
A summary of my experience at the Sustainable Brands conference in San Diego in June 2012.
- HOW TO WRITE A PLAY (A "Buy the Book/Get the Coach" edition)
- by Christina Hamlett
Since the time of the Ancient Greeks, the live theater experience has satisfied an audience's need for entertainment that is immediate, intimate and accessible to all ages and levels of society. Whether performed in an outdoor courtyard, on a vintage stage, in a school auditorium, or above the din of an urban coffeehouse, a play is an ever-evolving and timeless art form that derives its energy from both sides of the footlights. Unlike a novel or a film which is financed and produced only once, a theater script undergoes a new transformation with each change of cast and each change of venue. Even the passage of time itself impacts how a theatrical story will resonate with successive generations, giving new definition and perspective to old ideas or providing a yardstick of how far we've come from social mores that were once held as truth.
In this book, you'll learn what makes a play successful...and how to write one yourself! Unlike other how-to texts, however, this one offers an interactive component for receiving one-on-one feedback on the various writing assignments included in each module. The “Buy the Book/Get the Coach” concept gives you the option of being an active student or just enjoying the text as a reader. Either way, you’re guaranteed to not only have a great time but also to look at theatrical productions in an entirely different way from this moment forward.
The content you’re about to dive into was originally developed for the online playwriting courses I offer to writers of all ages. Whereas traditional classrooms or Internet chat rooms require you to tune in every week at the same place and time and in the company of other students, my own approach has always been a learning platform where you’re truly in a class by yourself! All of the lecture materials you need to understand the principles and dynamics of storytelling through the medium of live theater are contained in these pages along with creative exercises for applying what you learn.
- HOW TO WRITE A TV SERIES (A "Buy the Book/Get the Coach" edition)
- by Christina Hamlett
Whether it's a wacky sitcom, a police drama, a soap opera, or a reality show, every TV program starts out as an idea in someone's head. Turning that rough concept into a series that viewers will want to watch every week, however, requires catching the interest of someone in the position of casting, directing and producing it. No simple task indeed, especially when you also have to factor in its ability to attract advertisers and sustain the interest and curiosity of the target demographic.
How do you know whether your idea lends itself to the limitations of the small screen? For one thing, it has to be a unique story that will resonate with an audience. Secondly, it has to be a story that you have the rights to negotiate; in other words, your own original material and not someone else’s. Third – and perhaps the most important element in the equation – is that you have to be truly passionate about what you’re trying to pitch for development instead of just thinking about how much money you could make that will allow you to quit your day-job.
Unlike the majority of how-to books on the craft of writing, this one offers a separate, supplemental coaching component in which readers who choose to complete the assignments in each module can receive one-on-one feedback from a film industry professional. For readers who want to skip the homework option, the full-color text provides a bounty of lecture material, recommended reads and screenwriting-related websites and resources.
- TOP TIPS for PUBLIC SPEAKING
- by Patricia Ryan
An invitation to speak in front of an audience need not produce terror in you. You can learn to do this very simply. Just knowing a few basic steps will iprove your output and give you the confidence to present yourself. If you are already accomplished, you will find these Top Tips help 'jog the memory.
These Top Tips will take you through the necessary skills you can use when speaking before an audience. There is also a section on special occasions such as weddings, commemorative speeches, vote of thanks, among others.
The Author: Patricia is an International Presenter, qualified Educator and Facillator, Accredited Trainer and Assessor, Seminar and Workshop Presenter and a past District Governor of Toastmasters International.
- PRINCIPLES OF SELF-PUBLISHING 3rd Edition
- by Theresa M. Moore
How to Publish and Market A Book or Ebook On a Shoestring Budget, 3rd Edition by Theresa M. Moore. A primer on the history of books and printing, and the basics of preparing a manuscript for publication; including the philosophy and discipline of publishing, marketing and selling, bookkeeping and other developments in digital publishing. Based on the author's years of experience in the print advertising and publishing field, accounting, bookkeeping and tax expertise. The methods in this book can be applied to the development of any product.