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Evan Dane blackmails Professor Peterson to become a member in the Sigma Chi chapter at Pinedale College. By using sex as his weapon, Evan gets exactly what he wants, and more.
Sconnettts 51 Shakespearean Sonnets By Scottt Raven
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Sconnettts is a collection of poems written between 1998 and 2013 by Scottt Raven reflecting on various aspects of love. First Love, Romantic Love, Unrequited Love, Tainted Love, Virtual Love, Love... More > of Sports, Love of Action Movies, Love of Shakespeare, Familial Love and Self-Love. This Special First Edition E-book has a few bonus poems not in the printed version, added notes and sonnet writing tips. Nearly each poem is written in the Shakespearean Sonnet form and dedicated to M.R. W. S.H.A.K.E.S.P.E.A.R.E. Permission was granted for the first 30 poems in using all names that appear in print, while the quotes on the back of the book have been written by women who once were or still are in actual relationships with Scottt in the form of Lovers' Complaints. Cover art by Yuriy Fialko. Raven logo by Kassie McKay. Editing and layout by Justin Woo.< Less
Everything you've always wanted to know about how to be a TV journalist in the 21st. Century but didn't know who to ask or STORYTELLING AND THE ANIMA FACTOR By Tim Knight
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Tim Knight is an Emmy and Sigma Delta Chi-winning journalist who’s worked as a reporter, writer, producer, interviewer, documentary producer and anchor for Zambia TV, ABC, NBC, PBS and the... More > Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Knight has trained thousands of professional broadcast journalists in more than a dozen countries. In 2007 he executive produced, co-directed wrote and narrated the 3-hour wildlife documentary trilogy Inside Noah’s Ark, broadcast on Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, PBS and 10 European networks. Later he was appointed lecturer on TV Documentaries at Wilfrid Laurier University. At the end of 2007, Knight returned to freelancing as an international broadcast journalism trainer. Anthony B. Chan, Head of the University of Washington Journalism Department, describes Storytelling And The Anima Factor as “The best book on TV journalism I have read since I started teaching TV journalism.”< Less