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The Wordguise Alembic Volume One

Kenn Amdahl has been publishing quirky and funny books on subjects like electronics and calculus for over 20 years, as well as odd little novels. His books have sold hundreds of thousands of paper copies. This is a collection of some of his blogs from 2010 and early 2011 as well as chapter-length excerpts from each of his published books, plus a sample of his book in progress, "Revenge of the Pond...

File Size: 760 KB
Print Length: 243 pages
Publisher: Clearwater Publishing Company Inc. (April 28, 2011)
Publication Date: April 28, 2011
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
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Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
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Format: PDF Text djvu book

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Zombies stories are one of those things I know I should stay away from but I just can't. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, the railroads were, in effect, sponsors of great commercial art, and much of it is showcased here: Northern Pacific’s depictions of the mountainous Pacific Northwest, UP’s posters for Zion and Bryce Canyon, the Milwaukee Road’s “Madonna of the Rails,” and Santa Fe’s influential art of the Southwest. There is attraction between the two, an undeniable passion to understand one another, but the author takes her time in letting Ethan and Nara trust one another and grow together. When he arrives at his ex-wife's, there's no denying that the love is still there. —Kirkus ReviewsThe lively, detailed, cartoony illustrations are paired humorously with a spirited, page-turning rhythmic narrative, making this title an excellent read-aloud or one-on-one choice. ebook The Wordguise Alembic Volume One Pdf. Based a couple hundred years ago, it starts off with a boy named Conor obsessed with conquering the skies and building planes. Levikne overgeneralizes from his experiment that social preferences and morally-based incentives are not relevant to voting. Hennie tells her stories to Nit Spindle, a teenage wife who has just last her baby, and to other members of her quilting circle of friends. This was because the marriages we done in secrecy outside the law. Amazon provides nice variety of e-books. But, all of this extraneous stuff just gets inbetween the story and the ability of the reader to enjoy it. For this new English translation, Red Pine, award-winning translator of Chinese poetry and religious texts, has utilized various Sanskrit and Chinese versions, refining the teachings of dozens of ancient teachers together with his own commentary to offer a profound word-for-word explication. Instead, he suggests searching for your unique combination of skills, aptitudes, and passions. Then she has set about reconnecting those pieces like beads in a necklace, discovering in the process a unified whole infused with purpose and beauty by her Creator. Two other books I recommend he's written are "If Animals Could Talk" and "The Wonder of Man" beautiful done with amazing information. It is filled with those wonderful little details that bring a good story up to an enchanting level. She also presents compelling data, stories, and fascinating research around the most important element of thriving—being socially connected.
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“Ken ranges across a lot of topics in his blog, and he leaves behind some gems which fellow writers really should know. If you've ever considered self=publishing your work, you really should read this. Ken talks about e-publishing in detail, the decis...”

Scum," (which is about his studying the causes of ALS and Alzheimer's after a friend was diagnosed. The chapter included here is actually about the discovery of penicillin).In print form, it would be about 160 pages. There's some humor, some poetry, some political ranting (Kenn leans left, if that matters to you) observations and advice about converting books into E-books, some musings about self publishing, writing, and book promotion. It includes a couple of book reviews, reactions to a few movies, Kenn's adventures trying to raise tropical jackfruit trees in his basement, and why Americans are afraid of iodine. The blogs average about two pages each. This is the ideal book for folks with a short attention span.In Kenn's words:"The first blog I really enjoyed was by the Swedish diplomat Dag Hammarskjold. I was just a kid; no one owned a computer, the Internet hadn't been invented. So Dag published his blog in a book printed on paper and called it "Markings." It contains page after page of short observations, some no more than a sentence, others lasting several paragraphs. What a weird idea, I thought, but I liked it. He was about fifty years ahead of his time."Much later, I became a fan of E.B. White. A book of his essays is often my first choice for airplane reading. I admire him because, like Steinbeck, he can retain his sense of humor and conversational style even when discussing difficult or painful subjects."For the last twenty years, I've made my living by writing books and self publishing them. My book "There Are No Electrons: Electronics for Earthlings" has sold about 100,000 copies. I've included one of its most famous chapters in this collection, in which the workings of a PN-diode are compared to break dancing chickens that commandeer a house. It will give you a good taste of the rest of the book. There are also sections from my novels "The Land of Debris and the Home of Alfredo," and "Jumper and the Bones" a chapter from "Joy Writing: Discover and Develop Your Creative Voice" as well as sections from "Algebra Unplugged" and "Calculus for Cats." No computational skills required. I've also thrown in a chapter from the book I'm working on now, "Revenge of the Pond Scum." as well as some tidbits from "The Other Side of God," my unpublished book on spirituality. If you've been embarrassed at a party because someone mentioned one of my books and you had no clue who I am, here's the least painful (and cheapest) way for you to correct what is surely your last remaining character flaw.