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Creating Your Children's Book By Thrive Living Library
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Maybe you’re one of those lucky writers whose head is bursting with ideas. Or perhaps you have one idea that’s been nagging you for weeks, always at the edge of your thoughts. Either way,... More > you’re itching to begin writing... A lot of writers, especially when they’re beginners, get ideas for fiction from their own lives. This can be useful for several reasons: you’re emotionally invested in the topic, you can relate directly to the main character, and if the situation actually happened to you, you’re less likely to be unconsciously basing the story on a book you’ve read... When writers stick too closely to what really happened they fail to develop the elements necessary for a good story: a believable main character who is faced with a problem or conflict, mounting tension as that character tries to solve her problem and experiences setbacks, and a tension- filled climax followed by a resolution that’s satisfying to the character and the reader.< Less
Wine, Whisky, and Beer from Home By Thrive Living Library
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Tips and Tricks for Setting Up a Home Winery or Microbrewery If you always had that urge to make your own beer and never knew how to start it, well, here's your chance. Grab it. Because, beer making... More > has never been so easy and inexpensive that you can practically make your own brew at your very own basement or even in the attic. Now you don't need anyone to tell you how it should taste like or what the ingredients should be or how much lather it should have, you get to choose what your beer should taste like, look or feel like. You can be your own boss. It's not too far from these attractions that you'll be able to distill your own whiskey. If you've ever wanted to create your own vintage brew, it's never been easier. And there's no time to start like today. That is what I ran into when I got bit by the brewing bug. This book is a collection of the material I researched just so you can save yourself some time. A rewarding hobby - maybe even a new profession - is waiting for you...< Less
Wine, Whisky, and Beer from Home By Thrive Living Library
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If you always had that urge to make your own beer and never knew how to start it, well, here's your chance. Grab it. Because, beer making has never been so easy and inexpensive that you can... More > practically make your own brew at your very own basement or even in the attic. Now you don't need anyone to tell you how it should taste like or what the ingredients should be or how much lather it should have, you get to choose what your beer should taste like, look or feel like. You can be your own boss. As well, making wine is something that you can and should be doing. If you enjoy wines you’ll enjoy making them yourself. Accomplishing this process is one that will please anyone who has a bit of creative energy and anyone that wants to really experience the process. It's not too far from these attractions that you'll be able to distill your own whiskey. If you've ever wanted to create your own vintage brew, it's never been easier. And there's no time to start like today. Get Your Copy Today!< Less
A B C of Vegetable Gardening By Thrive Living Library
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Not everybody has a garden. Some deny themselves the pleasure and the profit of one because they have never had any experience in gardening, and have somehow got the impression that special... More > training is necessary to make a success of the undertaking. Here is where they make a mistake. There is no special "knack" about it. Any one who owns a bit of land, and has some time that can be given to garden-work, and an inclination to do so, can make a gardener of himself in a season—and a successful one, too. After the first season he will not be likely to ask or need advice, for the practical knowledge which comes with one season's work among vegetables will not only be sufficient to enable him to go on with his gardening operations on his own responsibility, but it will have made him so enthusiastic over them that he will be eager to enlarge his knowledge of "the green things growing." (From the Forward) Get Your Copy Today!< Less

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