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How to write three books before the end of the year

When his peers were probably still settling into their chosen careers, Manu S Pillai published his first book. The Ivory Throne: Chronicles of the House of Travancore, a detailed history of the last female ruler of the southern Indian Travancore dynasty, was published by HarperCollins in 2015—when Pillai was just 25. In 2017, it won…
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Looking for books to read? Look here

Are you’re looking for a literary love story, corporate books, or a look for comic book to enjoy your leisure time? Below are some 2019 books that suits perfectly fine. Enjoy works of authors as Angie Cruz, Samantha Power and Stephen King. ‘Audience of One: Donald Trump, Television, and the Fracturing of America,’ by James…
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A summary of Williams Shakespeare’s books

Shakespeare was a prolific writer during the Elizabethan and Jacobean ages of British theatre (sometimes called the English Renaissance or the Early Modern Period). William Shakespeare was a renowned English poet, playwright, and actor born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. His birthday is most commonly celebrated on 23 April (see When was Shakespeare born), which is…
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A Synopsis of Shakespeare’s Hamlet

Shakespeare’s Hamlet tells the story of the prince’s effort to revenge the murder of his father Hamlet was written about 1601 and first printed in 1603, is perhaps Shakespeare’s most famous play. It exceeds by far most other tragedies of revenge in the power of its ethical and psychological imagining. The play is based on…
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On Tenterhooks (Chapbook)

It is much easier not to read the lines of this chapbook than to read it. Because what you find in here might melt your heart away. Actually, On Tenterhooks was created for this. It tells the story of life and love from the scratch through the kismet and the journey of a teenager. On…
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Sweet Taste of Shame

Sweet Taste of Shame is a play fashioned around teenage pregnancy and abuse of female children. The author using a particular lead character, Ene, was able to expose the fiery fire endured by female children who unfortunately find themselves with a bump of shame (pregnancy). He went further to build a story around this character…
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Michelle Obama Quotes

From helping Barack win the 2008 presidential election, to the early years in the White House, through the 2012 election and her post-White House life, Michelle Obama’s words have inspired Americans nationwide. Although some of the quotes attributed to her that grace Pinterest boards and Instagram posts came from words she spoke, others are written…
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Responsible Living: Live to Fulfill Your Potential: Uncover

Life Changing Principles to Living a Responsible Life! It is obvious that we are living in a world that is being challenged than ever! Our co-existence has never been challenged like this and these challenges don’t arise from somewhere else, they are products of what we (you and I) don’t do at all or do…
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The walk of life: Nigerian Booker-winner Ben Okri on poetry, his mother’s stories, and a new novel

An encounter with Nigerian poet, novelist and Man Booker Prize winner Ben Okri is always invigorating. Hailed as one among the foremost African authors today, Okri has been likened to the late Colombian novelist, short-story writer and journalist Gabriel García Márquez and even to British-Indian novelist Salman Rushdie, with whom he maintains a friendly relationship.…
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Do you have this love lexicon?

ARE YOU IN LOVE OR PLANNING TO FALL IN LOVE? This comprehensive guide will teach you how to identify the right love for you and your children. The VOICES Journal: The Journal of Emotions and Motion is a biannual journal. The first edition for 2019, is a collection of articles and literature edited by staffs…
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