Reference

MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers

Author: Joseph Gibaldi

Publisher: New York : Modern Language Association of America

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Category: Reference

Page: 361

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Provides guidelines and examples for handling research, outlining, spelling, punctuation, formatting, and documentation.
American literature

Subject Guide to Forthcoming Books

Author: Reginald Clark

Publisher:

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Category: American literature

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Presents by subject the same titles that are listed by author and title in Forthcoming books.
History

Publishing, Culture, and Power in Early Modern China

Author: Kai-wing Chow

Publisher: Stanford University Press

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Category: History

Page: 397

View: 208

This path-breaking book argues that printing—both with woodblocks and with movable type—exerted a profound influence on Chinese society in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
Religion

What Are the Spiritual Gifts?

Author: J. D. Myers

Publisher: Redeeming Press

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Category: Religion

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View: 194

Let’s cut through all the nonsense about spiritual gifts. Here is a down-to-earth discussion about what the spiritual gifts are, how to discover your spiritual gifts, and how to use them in the real world. This book answers such questions as: -Why did God give spiritual gifts? -What are the spiritual gifts? -How can I know my spiritual gifts? -Are some spiritual gifts better than others? -What are the dangers of the spiritual gifts? -Have some spiritual gifts ceased? -What about the spiritual gift of tongues? -How can I embrace and use my spiritual gifts? This book also includes a 125-question Spiritual Gift Inventory test.
Language Arts & Disciplines

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Self-Publishing

Author: Jennifer Basye Sander

Publisher: Penguin

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Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 336

View: 497

A practical guide for a booming market. Every aspiring self-published author needs this guide, which covers everything from design to sales. It reveals all the tools they'll need, including worksheets for estimating costs, timing, and resources; up-to-date information on production and design; formats for many genres; strategies for publicity and sales; plus success stories from self- published authors. * Publishers Marketing Association estimates there are 73,000 small and self- publishers in the U.S., with 8,000-11,000 new ones each year * Of the approximately 2.8 million books in print, 78% of the titles come from small/self-publishers (PMA) * For small and self-publishers, sales increased 21% annually from 1997-2002; in 2002, these 73,000 publishers grossed $29.4 billion * 81% of the population feels they have a book inside them; 6 million have written a manuscript; and another 6 million have a manuscript making the rounds
Fiction

Buzz Books 2018: Romance

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Publisher: Publishers Lunch

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Category: Fiction

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The third edition of Buzz Books: Romance provides substantial prepublication excerpts from forthcoming romance titles. Enjoy access to the best romance voices the publishing industry is broadcasting for the upcoming season as you discover new series, catch up with the latest installments from beloved series, and find great standalone titles from top romance authors. With her first book in 15 years, The Sweetest Thing, Judith McNaught is sure to excite her legions of devoted readers. Historical romance novelist Jane Feather’s first book in four years is Tempt Me With Diamonds, while Denise Hunter wraps up her Blue Ridge series with a You’ve Got Mail style meet cute in On Magnolia Lane. Shelly Laurenston charms longtime fans and new readers alike with her new Honey Badger Shifters books, and the second in the series is In A Badger Way. Time travel romance is as hot as ever and Annie Becker brings us a new dark take with the first in her Time Bridge series, Cassie. K. M. Jackson offers her take on small town romance with As Good as the First Time, the first in a new series. If you want a shot of adrenaline, turn to romantic suspense: Say You’re Sorry by Karen Rose and The Memory House by Rachel Hauck. Then cozy up with The Rancher, Kate Pearce’s contemporary cowboy romance or Latinx romance author Priscilla Oliveras’ Their Perfect Melody. Alexa Martin is makes her debut with Intercepted, drawing from her own experience being married to a two-time NFL Super Bowl winner. For the best in soon-to-be-published other fiction genres, plus nonfiction, and children’s literature, be sure to read Buzz Books 2018: Fall/Winter or Buzz Books 2018: Young Adult Fall/Winter, available now. Then be on the lookout for the next two editions of Buzz Books covering the spring/summer 2019 publishing season for both adults and young adults, available in January.