Search Results: 'Danielle Steel'
Words of steel and velvet
Paperback: List Price: $15.26 $7.63 | You Save: 50%
Prints in 3-5 business days
Words of steel and velvet / Des mots d'acier et de velours
eBook (PDF): $3.08
This this the ebook version of 'Words of steel and velvet'. It is a bilingual edition (English / French). 'Words of steel and velvet' is a collection of poems and texts which constitute a reflection... More > on the world and on the quest of our real nature. Finding echoes, sometimes in Irish landscapes, sometimes in the depths of one's self where most of the answers are often anchored.< Less
Coming Out Study Guide
eBook (ePub): $9.99
Coming Out Study Guide consists of approx. 48 pages of summaries and analysis on Coming Out by Danielle Steel.
Short Story Gumbo
eBook (PDF): $12.50
Short Story Gumbo: An Eclectic Mix of Literary Alchemy is a collection of six unique short stories conceived to take the reader on a mental excursion. In reading my work, you will find laughter,... More > thrills, chills, mystery and in some cases, a message. If you like stories that, entertain, excite, provoke thought and transcend the present time and place, then by all means fasten your seatbelt and prepare to take the Short Story Gumbo ride. If you love stories that cause one to think twice about turning the lights off at night, then place your order now! Don’t delay!< Less
Prints in 3-5 business days
Musings is a collection of poems and short stories written in the span of two years about life, dating, self-reflection, nature and relationships.
How To Write Almost Anything And Get Paid For It!
eBook (PDF): $12.95
Writing is an essential part of everyday life. There are scores of opportunities waiting out there for anyone interested in making some money through the written word. It's not just Stephen King and... More > Danielle Steele. Many of today's successful freelance writers are completely unknown simply because their name doesn't appear on their work. Yet you see it every day from television commercials to newspaper advertising. Don't have any experience? Nonsense! Everybody writes, from the notes you send with your holiday cards to lists you make before grocery shopping. You probably don't realize how much you write in a given week. In so doing, you are likely adjusting your writing depending on the subject or audience. When you send a note to school with your child, you're writing in a certain style that's likely different than a note you'd send to a relative. This is exactly what writers do… they alter their writing content based on their subject or audience. So who says you can't write for a living?< Less
Top 10see more >
Learn Work Play: Twenty...
The Journey without YOU
LOOKING FOR A...
YOU WANT TO STOP...
Cole & Marmalade...
SIEU QUOC GIA VIET NAM
Simple Steps - For the...
Christmas Cookbook 2019
The page you are attempting to access contains content that is not intended for underage readers.
Please verify your birth date to continue.