Beginning Google Blogger:1st ed Heather Wright-Porto
Beginning Google Blogger:1st ed Heather Wright-Porto
Blogger´s Quick Guide to Starting Your First WordPress Blog: A Step-By-Step WordPress Guide for Beginning Bloggers (Bloggers Quick Guides, #3): Rebecca Livermore
Sixteen-year-old Cody Forester has a secret identity. He´s a werewolf. Kind of like a superhero with fangs. But when he wolfs out while protecting the girl he loves, he does more than make the front-page news. He comes to the attention of Storey Evans, a popular blogger who views herself as an investigative reporter. When she was young, Storey witnessed her father being torn to shreds by a pack of werewolves. The horror of that night turned into a vendetta. She now runs a blog called Noneties—The Non-Human Entities Among Us. She is obsessed with exposing werewolves and other shapeshifters for the good of the public. To Cody, she is an immovable force. She can´t be bought off, can´t be turned away, and certainly can´t be killed. He is just beginning to learn about the power of blogs and social media. Can he slip through the traps she has strewn before him, or will his secrets be revealed at last?
Luke Weil gives listeners an up-close look at the strategies he has used to generate such immense success as a blogger. After starting off with just a small blog and no clear monetization strategy, Weil´s blog became such a sensation that he was able to make a career out of the platform he created merely as a hobby. Even though his initial success came almost entirely by accident, Weil has since created a host of other wildly successful blogs while consulting countless others on how to generate significant streams of revenue through blogging. In his book, Luke Weil´s How to Monetize a Small Blog, Weil takes the listener through the various options available to bloggers and explains how to best determine the right choice for a specific blog. Taking a nuanced approach that offers a complete view of every available monetization strategy, Weil´s book provides listeners with all of the insight they could possibly need to make informed decisions regarding the development of an overarching monetization strategy. An especially valuable book for beginning bloggers, Weil´s explanations are clear and concise so listeners who may be largely unfamiliar with the world of blogging will feel quite confident as they make their first forays into the valuable online platform. Unafraid to admit the mistakes he has made during his career as a blogger, Weil´s self-deprecating tone belies the colossal success he has enjoyed while writing about subjects he so thoroughly enjoys. In his book, Weil explains how he learned from his initial mistakes and offers advice to listeners regarding how to avoid those mistakes and how to bounce back after any possible misstep. Weil emphasizes the importance of consistently producing quality content and offering something of value to listeners, so his book offers valuable insight regarding the appropriate use of monetization strategies while maintaining a clear commitment to loyal listeners. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Commodore James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/050940/bk_acx0_050940_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The course of dream travel never did run smooth - at least not in Liv Silver´s experience. Able to visit other people´s dreams (whether they want her to or not), Liv has solved mysteries, unearthed difficult truths, fought madmen, and escaped life-threatening peril, all from the comfort of her own bed. But Liv´s troubles are just beginning.... A rocky romance, a malicious blogger with a hidden identity, a wedding, and a classmate (or two) dead set on revenge all await Liv in this action-packed conclusion to the Silver trilogy. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Marisa Calin. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/aren/002490/bk_aren_002490_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
French Historical family saga. Boxset of three standalone stories set in French village Lucie-sur-Vionne, spanning six hundred years. Three midwife-healer women all linked by the same bone angel talisman. Explore their tragedies and triumphs during the French Revolution (Spirit of Lost Angels), WW2 Nazi-occupied France (Wolfsangel) and the 1348 Black Plague (Blood Rose Angel). Olga Núñez Miret, author/translator (English/Spanish), psychiatrist, book reviewer: … a must for lovers of historical and women´s fiction. Beautifully written, carefully researched, and emotionally charged, the three books are connected by an amulet and the female legacy it represents … adventures of strong, brave, and determined women who will pull at your heartstrings. Terry Tyler , author: An intricately researched and beautifully written series that artfully shows how the threads of the past link generations together. Claire Whatley, reader, writer: For readers who love gripping, well-written, intelligent fiction. Three stand-alone stories linked by a bone angel talisman that is passed down to midwife women over generations of a single family. In each, a different female protagonist faces the challenges of the age - Black Death, French Revolution, World War II - as well as the challenges contained in every human life: love, loss, friendship, betrayal, tragedy and heart-rending choices. C. P. Lesley , author of The Golden Lynx and other novels: Three compelling heroines linked by a bone angel with a mystical past—a French village struggling with revolution, world war, and Black Death. Follow Victoire, Céleste; and Héloïse as each undertakes a richly imagined, emotionally complex journey toward a definition of womanhood that is uniquely her own. This trilogy--on my list of Hidden Gems--is one not to be missed. Josie Barton, Book Blogger at JaffaReadsToo : … grips your imagination from the very beginning and the momentum doesn´t stop until all the stories are completed. Cathy Ryan, Book Blogger at Between the Lines : … a sweeping saga following the fortunes of three strong women bound together by a bone angel talisman, passed down through the generations. Fascinating, moving and realistic - a must for lovers of historical fiction. Tricia Gilbey, reader, writer: Steeped in French history with vivid, resourceful characters, this trilogy transports us through the past, leaving us feeling that no matter what we are confronted with across time, the human spirit endures. Barbara Scott Emmett, author of Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion and other works: The Bone Angel Trilogy takes us from the 14th century, through revolutionary France, to the Second World War. Through the stories of Heloise, a midwife in the plague years, Victoire, a resourceful peasant during the Terror, and Céleste; who works with the Resistance in 1943, we learn the story of the bone angel that is passed down through the female line from generation to generation.
Insightful blogger, speaker, and author Nika Maples makes the connections between God´s original creation and how He can permanently re-create us in our heart and spirit. Do you desire to change or completely start over? Starting over is not as difficult as we think. The Genesis account of Creation reveals a divine sequence, showing us the secrets to new life. When we invite the Creator to make us new, we release any blame and regret we carry and embrace His foundation for re-creation, a new life. There we find exactly Who was presiding over the genesis of the earth. He can re-create us with a similar process: first bringing us revelation, then giving us benefits such as purpose and guidance, and finally teaching us to build a legacy. Through the divine sequence of Creation, we can learn simple spiritual disciplines for abiding in Christ and staying in step with the Spirit. If we want to begin again, we start at the Beginning. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Nika Maples. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/002358/bk_hove_002358_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
In A Common Table, Two Red Bowls blogger Cynthia Chen McTernan shares more than 80 Asian-inspired, modern recipes that marry food from her Chinese roots, Southern upbringing, and Korean mother-in-law´s table. The book chronicles Cynthia´s story alongside the recipes she and her family eat every day?beginning when she met her husband at law school and ate out of two battered red bowls, through the first years of her legal career in New York, to when she moved to Los Angeles to start a family. As Cynthia´s life has changed, her cooking has become more diverse. She shares recipes that celebrate both the commonalities and the diversity of cultures: her mother-in-law´s spicy Korean-inspired take on Hawaiian poke, a sticky sesame peanut pie that combines Chinese peanut sesame brittle with the decadence of a Southern pecan pie, and a grilled cheese topped with a crisp fried egg and fiery kimchi. And of course, she shares the basics: how to make soft, pillowy steamed buns, savory pork dumplings, and a simple fried rice that can form the base of any meal. Asian food may have a reputation for having long ingredient lists and complicated instructions, but Cynthia makes it relatable, avoiding hard-to-find ingredients or equipment, and breaking down how to bring Asian flavors home into your own kitchen. Above all, Cynthia believes that food can bring us together around the same table, no matter where we are from. The message at the heart of A Common Table is that the food we make and eat is rarely the product of one culture or moment, but is richly interwoven?and though some dishes might seem new or different, they are often more alike than they appear.
Commodity markets can provide the basis for a Hollywood movie, be the spark that ignites revolutions, engender fear of shortages in business and within government, force us into making difficult choices about how we spend our money, and inspire innovators to come up with better, cheaper ways of doing things. Whether you are involved in producing commodities, buy them for your business, want to trade or invest in them, or simply - like the rest of us - consume them on a daily basis, this guide to commodities should have something for you. Peter Sainsbury, economist and blogger at Materials Risk, introduces and explains the essential things you really need to know about commodities in a series of 50 accessible and engaging essays. Beginning with the basics, such as the price elasticity of supply and the role of expectations, and concluding with the latest thinking on speculation and commodity markets and how to trade or invest in commodities, he sheds light on all the essential topics needed to understand commodity super-cycles, resource scarcity and security, and the way the world of commodities affects us every day. Most books about commodities sell you the dream that you can give up your day job and make a killing by trading soybeans. Some suggest that you should invest your pension in gold and a basket of other commodities and look forward to a prosperous retirement. The others are full of complex statistics that are impenetrable to most people. This book is different. Packed with real-life examples and quotations from key thinkers and market players, Commodities: 50 Things You Really Need to Know is a lively and relevant exploration of how commodities and commodity markets influence every aspect of our lives. After listening to this book, you will see the world anew. Instead of just eating your breakfast, you will be wondering what impact the latest geopolitical crisis will have on the supply of whe... 1. Language: English. Narrator: Glen Pavlovich. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/064397/bk_acx0_064397_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.