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Anna & the Sun - Paperback By Mark Lewis
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Paperback Edition - This modern myth by Emmy Award-Winning storyteller Mark Lewis tells the tale of Anna, a mortal girl, who falls in love with The Sun. When he returns her affections, it sets this... More > love story in an archetypal landscape of challenge, betrayal, bravery and redemption.< Less
Anna & the Sun - Hardcover By Mark Lewis
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Hardback Edition This modern myth by Emmy Award-Winning storyteller Mark Lewis tells the tale of Anna, a mortal girl, who falls in love with The Sun. When he returns her affections, it sets this... More > love story in an archetypal landscape of challenge, betrayal, bravery and redemption.< Less
Anna & the Sun - Paperback By Mark Lewis
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Paperback Edition - This modern myth by Emmy Award-Winning storyteller Mark Lewis tells the tale of Anna, a mortal girl, who falls in love with The Sun. When he returns her affections, it sets this... More > love story in an archetypal landscape of challenge, betrayal, bravery and redemption.< Less
Anna & the Sun - Hardcover By Mark Lewis
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Hardback Edition This modern myth by Emmy Award-Winning storyteller Mark Lewis tells the tale of Anna, a mortal girl, who falls in love with The Sun. When he returns her affections, it sets this... More > love story in an archetypal landscape of challenge, betrayal, bravery and redemption.< Less
DITA Metrics 101: The Business Case for Intelligent Content By Mark Lewis
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You've probably read articles or papers that proclaim the benefits of moving your content to DITA: accuracy, consistency, increased productivity, reduced authoring times, etc. But you need to know... More > by how much. How much savings? How much increased productivity? How much for YOUR project, YOUR content? What is YOUR project going to cost with DITA and content reuse? How do you track the success of the project? Because yours is different from everyone else's. DITA Metrics 101 can help you answer those questions. Follow the steps in this book to create custom models that estimate the cost of your content in DITA and the cost of your new processes that support the DITA content lifecycle. Then, use these models to predict the cost of your documentation project. Compare your current costs to your costs using DITA. That difference is your savings and you'll likely find that this number alone can be used justify to justify switching to DITA and structured content.< Less
The Branding Book By Mark Lewis
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The ultimate guide to Personal Branding success. Learn how to optimize, control and ensure that your online presence is working for you rather than against you. The Branding Book will enable you open... More > doors which you never imagined possible before, using the power of the internet. Discover: - Why you need a quality personal brand in order to get noticed in today's competitive market. - Creating your 'story'. - How to define your own unique online identity! - How to communicate your brand online effectively through Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and SEO blogs! - How to launch and online branding program that really gets you noticed! - How to market yourself successfully. - How to re-invent and innovate your personal brand when you want to adapt or improve it. - How to control your online privacy - decide and influence what others find out about you! And much more! Find out more at http://www.thebrandingbook.co.uk< Less
Justin Case and the Brief Case of the Briefcase By Mark Lewis
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Justin Case, the most brilliant student Dridlington College has ever had, and the 'Effective Detective', gets shockingly and brutally suspended (from school, not a wooden beam or anything - so it's... More > not that bad) and the only way to clear his name is to find the real committers’ of the crime. But since he's not now allowed onto school grounds, he can't even get to the scene of the crime he's been accused of. What's he to do? In an inventive and ingenious tour-de-force, author Mark J Lewis weaves a complex tapestry of intricate intrigue and hysterical humour. He also wrote this book.< Less
Lewis Rand By Mary Johnston
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Lewis Rand was published in 1908 by Mary Johnston. She was an American novelist and women's rights advocate. Johnston wrote historical books and novels that often combined romance with history.This... More > scarce antiquarian book is a Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature.< Less
In the Wake of Lewis and Clark: From the Mountains to the Sea By C. Mark Smith
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This book is designed to help passengers better understand what the Lewis and Clark expedition experienced during those momentous years of 1804–1806, but also to be able to see through vintage... More > photographs and other images what the members of the Corps of Discovery saw before the rivers were changed forever by hydroelectric dams. It affords an opportunity to travel “in the wake of Lewis and Clark.” Leaving St. Louis on May 14, 1804, with thirty-four soldiers, hired voyagers, and Clark’s slave, York, they traveled through the unexplored territory and beyond it, to the Pacific Ocean. Their exploits come alive today as cruise ships travel their route up and down the Snake and Columbia Rivers.< Less
In the Wake of Lewis and Clark: From the Mountains to the Sea By C. Mark Smith
eBook (ePub): $14.95
This book is designed to help passengers better understand what the Lewis and Clark expedition experienced during those momentous years of 1804–1806, but also to be able to see through vintage... More > photographs and other images what the members of the Corps of Discovery saw before the rivers were changed forever by hydroelectric dams. It affords an opportunity to travel “in the wake of Lewis and Clark.” Leaving St. Louis on May 14, 1804, with thirty-four soldiers, hired voyagers, and Clark’s slave, York, they traveled through the unexplored territory and beyond it, to the Pacific Ocean. Their exploits come alive today as cruise ships travel their route up and down the Snake and Columbia Rivers.< Less