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Journal of International Doctoral Research (JIDR) Volume 5, Number 1, December 2016 By Gillian Warner-Søderholm et al.
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This fifth volume of the JIDR is devoted to a wide range of research themes, which are all linked to the concepts of learning, motivation and happiness, both implicitly and explicitly.... More > The discussions in these articles highlight several recurring and yet under-researched issues in these fields. The most critical of these themes is what leads to excellence in learning, well being and optimism levels. In publishing this symposium, we believe that our 18 authors offer pertinent reflections upon this valid question.< Less
Vigil By Marc Hendriks
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We'll start our literary matinee with two stories that are actually suitable for your knee-high offspring. During intermission, we'll explore death in art and reality by taking a closer look at the... More > adapted book Into the Wild. After that, it's back inside the auditorium for Vigil's feature presentation: the titular novella-as-screenplay, which takes place in the world of The Lady Scorned (featured in Monstruos). Vigil is neither sequel nor prequel. This standalone piece chronicles the adventures of Matthew Stanford, a disillusioned college dropout in hot pursuit of the undead bastards who killed his main squeeze's kid sister. While we wait for the bus to take us home, college student Nancy Strickland will provide entertainment by giving us her two cents on Lars von Trier's film Antichrist, Stephenie Meyer's Twilight Saga, and James Nguyen's so-bad-it's-good environmental horror film Birdemic. Sounds good? Dig in! http://morebooks.com/copy-of-4 http://morebook.com/mobile< Less
Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 By Meg Tuite
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Exquisite Quartet Anthology 2012 is the composite of 12 collaborative stories, one each month, in which Meg Tuite and three other writers write a story in succession. Writers included are: Jordan... More > Blum, Andrea Carlisle, James Claffey, Larry O. Dean, Gay Degani, Faye Rapoport DesPres, Mary Stone Dockery, Aleathia Drehmer, Timothy Gager, Clifford Garstang, Dena Rash Guzman, Deborah Henry, Julie Innis, Linda Hedrick, Nate Jordon, Len Kuntz, Ken McPherson, Court Merrigan, Kary Nguyen, Kristine Ong Muslim, Alex Pruteanu, Joseph A.W. Quintela, Misti Rainwater-Lites, Stephen V. Ramey, Kevin Ridgeway, Leah Rogin-Roper, Linda Simoni-Wastila, Robin Stratton, Ben Tanzer, Angelle Scott, Neil Serven, Samuel Snoek-Brown and Erin Zulkoski. And 33 writers for the March AWP story. An exceptional group of writers!< Less