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Books | Answered 7 hours ago


there are many, but "The Story Teller" is by far one of the best

Books | Answered 7 hours ago


Draw the outline of your story, sort of a map with each chapter, roughly describe the main topics of each chapter. where does your story start and how does it end? What's the main theme? who are the main characters?(create a character profile for each character) what are the conflicts?

Books | Answered 7 hours ago


It may be counter intuitive but writing by mood will likely leave you crashed upon the rocks. Some just jot ideas down when they get them and later go back and review such. But the craft of writing would seem to require more disciplined approach than relying on mood. Whatever system you use, you apply it religiously. This article may be helpful:

https://writingcooperative.com/want-to-be-a-great-writer-then-dont-focus-on-writing-do-this-instead-120bf7ba7061

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


None, until they're eliminated from all languages.

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


  • Fahrenheit 451
  • The Secret Life Of Bees (my personal favorite)
  • White Fang
  • To Kill A Mockingbird
  • Great Expectations
  • Of Mice and Men
  • The Secret Garden
  • Looking For Alaska
  • Lord of The Flies
  • The Bell Jar
  • Pet Semetary
  • Misery
  • It
these are a few (many of them classics) that ive read

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


'The SweetLeaf Bake Shoppe Experience'

Creative and delicious cake recipes that incorporate spirits into the frosting and filling.

Note: feature cake on the cover is a triple layered angel food . Marachino cherry triple sec filling with real cherries and cream cheese make the inner layers.
Rich cocoa fudge is drizzled down the sides and it is topped with an exotic chocolate coffee liquor icing.

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


Characters in literature are easier to relate to when they possess traits with which the reader may identify

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


to each their own. i personally have loved reading for almost all my life. when its a book i find myself enjoying i dont think about speed or anything. i find myself immersed as if i was the speaker/character. i shut out all the rest. i finish books quickly because of it

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


Leonardo.

Books | Answered on Nov 12, 2019


tequila. could have been what they were drinking when she was conceived

Books | Answered on Aug 09, 2019


Piper

Luna

Cleo

Daisy

Bruno

Eyelet

Poppy

Simonette

Magnolia

Books | Answered on Aug 09, 2019


Dirk. Val, Geno, Eddy.etc.

Books | Answered on Aug 09, 2019


The Last Unicorn - Peter S Beagle
Hear me out. I know this one sounds childish, but the way Beagle describes the settings and atmosphere in this book is honestly what makes it my favorite. It's almost like Tolkien decided to write a kid's book, or C.S. Lewis wanted to try something a bit different. The detail in each paragraph lends to great worldbuilding and characters. The plot can seem weak at times, but there's always a subtle wisdom that shines through.

Anthem - Ayn Rand
A young man invents electricity in a world where creativity and individualism is banned. Not to mention, the only Ayn Rand novel I can stomach.
The entire a-side of my favorite Rush album, 2112, is loosely based on this book.

Dracula - Bram Stoker
The vampire one, I don't think I even need to introduce it.
Be warned, the best action sequences of this one are in the first few chapters, it tends to slow down for a bit in the middle, but it picks itself up when it needs it.

The Lunar Chronicles - Marissa Meyer
I kind of cheated because this is a series, but imagine Cinderella, Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, and Snow White in the world of Star Wars. It sounded ridiculous to me until I gave it a shot, and it was well worth it. Fun characters, great action and pacing, well worth a read.

Ready Player One - Ernest Cline
The best way I can describe this one is a post-apocalyptic, Will Wonka-based love letter to the 80's. Really fun book if you're into anything 80's or video gaming.

Pride and Prejudice - Jane Austen
A clever delve into classism and protocols of Edwardian England, with a romantic-based plot that I honestly get really into. I actually couldn't read past the first page of this when I was a kid, but now that I can actually understand the language of the time, it holds up great. That said, I can admit it's a bit more of a feminine book.

Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief - Rick Riordan
Greek mythology meets Harry Potter and it's pretty incredible. I'll openly admit that I'm including this one on the list out of pure nostalgia, but I find myself re-reading it pretty often.

Holes - Louis Sachar
Stanley Yelnats gets framed for stealing a famous basketball player's shoes, and goes to a reformatory camp for juvenile delinquents. The plot kicks off from there, and the subplot keeps up with it every step of the way. Not to mention, this has one of the closest book-to-movie adaptations I've ever seen (but I've got a soft spot for Sigourney Weaver).

Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea - Barbara Demick
This is definitely the darkest book on this list, seeing how it's a non-fiction book about North Korean defectors. I had to read this one for a history class, but about two chapters in, I was reading ahead of the class in my spare time. Imagine, if you will, reading Orwell's 1984, but knowing every word in it takes place in your reality. It's borderline horror, but an eye-opener all the same. Not for kids in the very least.

The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Douglas Adams
A hilarious space opera/buddy cop story, delightfully quirky. I'll admit, I've only read the first in the series, but I've got every intention to finish said series someday. The movie adaptation starring Martin Freeman also happens to be one of my favorite comedies.

Books | Answered on Jul 24, 2019


There is a book that i really admire - PURE LOVE BY JESSICA-
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Books | Answered on Jun 21, 2019


Tom

Books | Answered on Apr 08, 2019


Hi did this as a project at University. All books have a ISBN number that is unique to every book .
Usually library uses the first three letters for the Authors surname
and then a three digit code .
if using a data base you would either assign field with Alpha numeric or have two fields one alpha number is and the other as numeral .
ISBN would be a good field to have also

maybe you could ask a local library how they do their numbering
or look at
https://www.library.illinois.edu/infosci/research/guides/dewey/

Books | Answered on Apr 07, 2019

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