The Book Reviewer Yellow Pages 9th edition

I've written and self-published two thrillers and four thriller film scripts. DarWrites (B9-069) Darlene Reilley | eBooks Audiobooks Fees/Services.

Author: David Wogahn

Publisher: PartnerPress

ISBN: 9781944098094

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 402

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Slash hours of research time: :: 200 Book Bloggers: contact information, reading preferences, turnaround time, posting policies and more! :: 40 Blog Tour Organizers that can help manage your tour: contact information, pricing, additional services. :: 32 review businesses that reach retailers, librarians and readers: contact information, pricing, and policy overviews. :: Includes a quick start guide, outreach checklists, sample email template, and a guide to professional book design standards. Everything you need to immediately begin soliciting book reviews. The Book Reviewer Yellow Pages is the only comprehensive source of influential book reviewer profiles and book review guidance available to authors, small publishers, and publicists. This book contains the time-tested guidance you need to zero-in on the reviewers who will be interested in your indie or self-published book.


" Well, my friend, this prompt book is for you! I'm Darlene Reilley, an author, teacher, and writing coach. At the DarWrites blog, I create content to empower, entertain, and inspire writers just like you.

Author: Darlene Reilley

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1718611994


Page: 92

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Have you ever sat down to write, but hours later found yourself still staring at the blank page? Have you ever thought, "if only I could get started, I could write my novel?" Well, my friend, this prompt book is for you! I'm Darlene Reilley, an author, teacher, and writing coach. At the DarWrites blog, I create content to empower, entertain, and inspire writers just like you. DarWrites: Writing Prompts helps you get past the blank page jitters! Inside you will find 1,001 unique writing prompts I've created over the past five years. Join in the writing fun and see where your energy can take you!

British Journal of Dental Science

M. B. Dar , writes to the British Medical Journal , " A. has recently taken B. into partnership . Should all bills from date of partnership be sent in in the joint names of A. and B. , or only those that bear date after the partnership ...



ISBN: UCAL:B4280752

Category: Dentistry

Page: 1168

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Global History of Philosophy The period of scholasticism

B. A. Dar writes : Bāyazid is the first Șūfi who gives a detailed description of his mystic experience and calls it by the name of ascension ( mi'rāj ) , a practice which was later followed by ibn ' Arabi and others .

Author: John C. Plott

Publisher: Motilal Banarsidass Publishe

ISBN: 0895816784

Category: Philosophy

Page: 690

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Fantasies of Witnessing

In “A Fading Memory,” Leibovich-Dar writes that the idea of reconstructing a gas chamber was "rejected on the grounds that no reconstructions are to be built in the camp," although reconstructions are already part of its landscape. 83.

Author: Gary Weissman

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501730054

Category: History

Page: 288

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Fantasies of Witnessing explores how and why those deeply interested in the Holocaust, yet with no direct, familial connection to it, endeavor to experience it vicariously through sites or texts designed to make it "real" for nonwitnesses. Gary Weissman argues that far from overwhelming nonwitnesses with its magnitude of horror, the Holocaust threatens to feel distant and unreal. A prevailing rhetoric of "secondary" memory and trauma, he contends, and efforts to portray the Holocaust as an immediate and personal experience, are responses to an encroaching sense of unreality: "In America, we are haunted not by the traumatic impact of the Holocaust, but by its absence. When we take an interest in the Holocaust, we are not overcoming a fearful aversion to its horror, but endeavoring to actually feel the horror of what otherwise eludes us." Weissman focuses on specific attempts to locate the Holocaust: in the person of Elie Wiesel, the most renowned survivor, and his classic memoir Night; in videotaped survivor stories and Lawrence L. Langer's celebrated book Holocaust Testimonies; and in the films Shoah and Schindler's List. These representations, he explains, constitute a movement away from the view popularized by Wiesel, that those who did not live through the Holocaust will never be able to grasp its horror, and toward re-creating the Holocaust as an "experience" nonwitnesses may put themselves through. "It is only by acknowledging the desire that gives shape to such representations, and by exploring their place in the ongoing contest over who really 'knows' the Holocaust and feels its horror, that we can arrive at a more candid assessment of our current and future relationships to the Holocaust," he says.

From Landi Kotal to Wagah

... what Megasthenes tells us about byways when Dar writes that every main artery was joined by side roads at frequent intervals. Similarly, the Grand Trunk Road in our part of the subcontinent was a set of different alignments.

Author: Rashid, Salman

Publisher: UNESCO Publishing

ISBN: 9789231003875

Category: Political Science

Page: 263

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Daughter of Ancients

“Ven'Dar writes of another raid in the north. He says that witnesses saw Djiid riding toward the mountains afterward.” He looked up, frowning. “The rumor of a mountain stronghold has been repeated for years. If we could only find it.

Author: Carol Berg

Publisher: WordFire +ORM

ISBN: 9781680573213

Category: Fiction

Page: 598

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The final installment of the award-winning Bridge of D’Arnath epic fantasy series by Carol Berg. Fear of the Lords’ final curse is only one reason Gerick never intended to return to the land of Avonar. Now, he must investigate a refugee from the desert—the charismatic D’Sanya, D’Arnath's own daughter (so she claims), newly released from a thousand-year captivity. Only the deep-buried memories of Gerick’s life as the Fourth Lord—memories that he never wanted to revisit—might validate her story before the enraptured Dar’Nethi grant her the power of the Bridge of Worlds. Tangled in bonds of love, family, guilt, and dread memory, Gerick must unravel the mysteries of ancient magic, ancient evil, and the appalling truth of his own destiny.

The Origins of Organized Charity in Rabbinic Judaism

to other regions.10 Archaeological remains of oil presses have been uncovered “There was no ancient settlement in Palestine that did all over the country.11 not have an olive press to produce oil,” Shimon Dar writes, reflecting on the ...

Author: Gregg E. Gardner

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781107095434

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 247

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Charity is a central concept of Judaism and a hallmark of Jewish giving is to provide for the poor in collective and anonymous ways. This book examines the origins of these ideas in the foundational works of rabbinic Judaism, texts from the second to third centuries C.E.

Jason s Quest

As for I'no , this cold bath must have washed all the wickedness out of her , or else the Grecian gods had a strange idea of justice ; for the poet Pin'dar writes : “ They say to I'no an immortal life With Ne'reus ' sea - born daughters ...

Author: Daniel Ozro Smith Lowell


ISBN: UIUC:30112041908127

Category: Argonauts (Greek mythology)

Page: 228

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