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Make It, Blog It, Profit! - Blog Post Ideas for Craft Sellers By Deborah Richardson
Paperback: $8.65
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If you sell handmade art or crafts online then you may well have been told that you should have a blog. Or perhaps you already do.. but are stuck for ideas for blog posts. Make It, Blog It, Profit!... More > is packed full of ideas for versatile, interesting and fun blog posts. Ideas for different popular niches as well as posts ideas that everyone can use. Includes chapters on how to get the most from your blog posts, ensuring your posts reach your target audience and much more.< Less
Make It, Blog It, Profit! - Blog Post Ideas for Craft Sellers By Deborah Richardson
eBook (ePub): $5.32
If you sell handmade art or crafts online then you may well have been told that you should have a blog. Or perhaps you already do.. but are stuck for ideas for blog posts. Make It, Blog It, Profit!... More > is packed full of ideas for versatile, interesting and fun blog posts. Ideas for different popular niches as well as posts ideas that everyone can use. Includes chapters on how to get the most from your blog posts, ensuring your posts reach your target audience and much more.< Less
Tommy Atkins at War By James A. Kilpatrick
Paperback: $7.99
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James Kilpatrick tells the story of the British 'Tommy' as he goes off to France and gets his first taste of war. Told through the letters of the soldiers themselves, this little book is full of... More > tales of horror, excitement, bravery and much humour. This is how the men on the front dealt with the terrible task ahead of them. A fascinating read, through the eyes of those who were there.< Less
Turvey & The Mordaunts, with Some Account of Legh Richmond and his Connection with Turvey By Deborah Richardson, Thomas Wright, GFW Munby
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First published in 1893, this fascinating little book is a Victorian snapshot of the beautiful village of Turvey in Bedfordshire. Written by prolific local history author, the schoolmaster, Thomas... More > Wright and the Reverend G.F.W. Mundby, the rector of Turvey. As well as a little history of the village, there are chapters on members of the illustrious Mordaunt family, who were not only "Lords of the Manor" of Turvey but were elevated to the Earldom of Peterborough. The book concludes with a biography of the best-selling author, and Turvey's most famous rector, the Rev. Legh Richmond. Richmond is barely known nowadays, but in his time was a very famous and esteemed gentleman. His book "The Dairyman's Daughter" sold over four million copies in nineteen languages. This republished classic also includes a new introduction by local historian, Deborah Richardson, additional illustrations and information from both the first and the rarer second editions of the original book.< Less