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My Publishing Imprint

My Publishing Imprint

My Publishing Imprint

Author: ,

Publisher: PartnerPress

Isbn 10: 1944098135

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Number of Pages: 108

Number of Views: 1536

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Are you planning to self-publish? Do you want to be a publisher? Don't settle for Amazon's free ISBN until you read this book. My Publishing Imprint answers these important questions: - Do you have to create a publishing imprint to publish a book? - Do you need to establish an entity or register a business name if you want to be recognized as the publisher of a book? - What are the legal and business considerations? - Where does your publishing imprint name appear in public and industry records? - How do you research names? - What do other indie publishers do? - What are the risks of using a free Amazon ISBN? My Publishing Imprint is your guide to understanding the facts, your options, and the key decisions you need to make before you publish a book. Once made, they cannot be reversed unless you republish your book.


Mind Body Baby: Meditation

Mind Body Baby: Meditation

Mind Body Baby: Meditation

Author: Imprint

Publisher: Imprint

Isbn 10: 1250769116

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Number of Pages: 22

Number of Views: 1516

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Mind Body Baby: Meditation is a board book that families can use with their youngest for bonding and to find peace and calm in the middle of life’s daily stresses. This board book teaches little ones to clear their minds and relax. Aided by simple text and instructive illustrations, babies will learn meditation step-by-step: how to find a comfortable position, close their eyes, and take deep slow breaths. Share a quiet moment of mindfulness with the child in your life! With adorable illustrated babies and a hip design, the Mind Body Baby series is the perfect way for adults and their little ones to create a healthy mind and body connection together. An Imprint Book


Kegan Paul – A Victorian Imprint

Kegan Paul – A Victorian Imprint

Kegan Paul – A Victorian Imprint

Author: Leslie Howsam

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

Isbn 10: 1442655623

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Number of Pages: 244

Number of Views: 1351

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The Kegan Paul imprint was created and its reputation for a distinguished list of titles established during a forty-year period from 1871 to 1911. Several publishers, and their firms, were involved in the development of the imprint during this period, beginning with Henry S. King and Company, and following in 1877 with Charles Kegan Paul and his partner Alfred Chenevix Trench. A financial crisis in 1889 forced an amalgamation with two other businesses and the new firm changed managers periodically until George Routledge and Son took over the business in 1911. Leslie Howsam combines biography and analytic bibliography in her study of the Kegan Paul imprint to demonstrate the value of publishing history as a contribution to the scholarly study of the book. Basing her research on intensive work in the company's surviving archives and supplemented by extensive library work with the actual books, Howsam looks at the wide range of significant titles published for the imprint. In addition, she reconstructs a biographical and business history of the firm based on published and unpublished accounts of the individuals involved, including the publishers and their families, and looks at the effects of changing business practices. The focus of Victorian Imprint – Kegan Paul is the duality of imprint: the publisher's imprint upon a list of books, and publisher's personalities, the imprint of their taste and judgment on the culture in which they lived.


Imprint

Imprint

Imprint

Author: Dawn Colclasure

Publisher: Gypsy Shadow Publishing

Isbn 10: 1619503212

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 148

Number of Views: 1246

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A house never forgets. And for Maureen Boyd, neither does a vengeful ghost lurking within what she hopes to be a dream home for her with her new husband and children. After her son’s house-flipping company loses out on a deal, Maureen’s husband buys the house, and Maureen hopes that living closer to her son will help salvage their distant relationship. But living in a haunted house brings up dark family secrets her husband would rather keep buried, plus opening an old wound that Maureen’s long-distant relative could never forgive.


Mind Body Baby: Astrology

Mind Body Baby: Astrology

Mind Body Baby: Astrology

Author: Imprint

Publisher: Imprint

Isbn 10: 1250769086

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Number of Pages: 24

Number of Views: 1427

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Mind Body Baby: Astrology is a board book that teaches little ones the Western Zodiac signs and what their birthday might say about them. This board book introduces the concept of Western astrological signs to the youngest readers and highlights related symbols, colors, and personality traits. Babies will learn the basics of how the sun, moon, and stars affect our human lives. With adorable illustrated babies and a hip design, the Mind Body Baby series is the perfect way for adults and their little ones to create a healthy mind and body connection together. An Imprint Book


Mind Body Baby: Chakras

Mind Body Baby: Chakras

Mind Body Baby: Chakras

Author: Imprint

Publisher: Imprint

Isbn 10: 1250769094

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Number of Pages: 22

Number of Views: 760

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From the root chakra to the crown chakra, Mind Body Baby: Chakras is a board book that teaches little ones the colors of the rainbow through the energies of the body. This board book introduces the concept of chakras and color to the youngest readers. With simple text and instructive illustrations, babies will learn about each of the seven chakras, the energy centers in our bodies, and how we express this energy in our daily lives. This book also serves as a first introduction to colors! With adorable illustrated babies and a hip design, the Mind Body Baby series is the perfect way for adults and their little ones to create a healthy mind and body connection together. An Imprint Book


Imprint

Imprint

Imprint

Author: Jody Kaye

Publisher: Jody Kaye

Isbn 10:

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 231

Number of Views: 1365

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I shouldn’t have kissed Lindsey the morning after her husband died… Letting Lindsey leave kept her safe from the eventual unhappiness I’d bring to her life. The distance I’d maintained was only broken that one ill-fated day. Now she’s attempting to rebuild and I’m at a loss to reconcile the biggest mistake I’ve ever made. While I still can’t have Lindsey, maybe I can help her. I shouldn’t have let Mitch think that kiss was about us… Guilt over betraying my husband’s memory is killing me and letting Mitch take the blame for that kiss was wrong. He’s still battling his long-standing demons and, to make matters worse, we’re slipping back into the reckless pattern of our lives from when we were young. I know he’ll push me away like he’s done before. But I’m not sure how to stop us from hurting my daughter.


Katrina's Imprint

Katrina's Imprint

Katrina's Imprint

Author: Keith Wailoo,Karen M. O'Neill,Jeffrey Dowd,Roland Anglin

Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Isbn 10: 0813549787

Category: Political Science

Number of Pages: 224

Number of Views: 1954

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Katrina's Imprint highlights the power of this sentinel American event and its continuing reverberations in contemporary politics, culture, and public policy. Published on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the multidisciplinary volume reflects on how history, location, access to transportation, health care, and social position feed resilience, recovery, and prospects for the future of New Orleans and the Gulf region. Essays examine the intersecting vulnerabilities that gave rise to the disaster, explore the cultural and psychic legacies of the storm, reveal how the process of rebuilding and starting over replicates past vulnerabilities, and analyze Katrina's imprint alongside American's myths of self-sufficiency. A case study of new weaknesses that have emerged in our era, this book offers an argument for why we cannot wait for the next disaster before we apply the lessons that should be learned from Katrina.


Mind Body Baby: Crystals

Mind Body Baby: Crystals

Mind Body Baby: Crystals

Author: Imprint

Publisher: Imprint

Isbn 10: 1250769108

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Number of Pages: 22

Number of Views: 1030

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Mind Body Baby: Crystals is a board book that teaches little ones about the power of crystals to enhance their energetic lives. This board book introduces the concept of crystals to young readers and explains how their healing energy can enhance different states of well-being. For babies and their families hoping to amplify positive energy, this little gem of a book provides the answers. With adorable illustrated babies and a hip design, the Mind Body Baby series is the perfect way for adults and their little ones to create a healthy mind and body connection together. An Imprint Book


Imperialism and Colonialism in science fiction and their imprint on the genre today

Imperialism and Colonialism in science fiction and their imprint on the genre today

Imperialism and Colonialism in science fiction and their imprint on the genre today

Author: Arleen Schäfer

Publisher: GRIN Verlag

Isbn 10: 3346396266

Category: Literary Collections

Number of Pages: 13

Number of Views: 405

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Seminar paper from the year 2020 in the subject Literature - Modern Literature, grade: 1,7, University of Bremen, course: Transnationale Literaturwissenschaft, language: English, abstract: Postmodern SiFi series like The 100 or Snowpiercer also employ methods of colonialism and imperialism reminiscent of classic novels like The Time Machine. Class societies and discrimination seem to be firmly linked to the genre. This thesis compares The 100 series to The Time Machine, focusing on the aspects of the narrative that are shaped by colonialism and imperialism. Auch in postmodernen SiFi Serien wie The 100 oder Snowpiercer werden Methoden des Kolonialismus und Imperialismus angewendet, die an Klassiker wie The Time Machine erinnern. Klassengesellschaften und Diskriminierung scheinen fest mit dem Genre verbunden zu sein. Diese Arbeit vergleicht die Serie The 100 mit The Time Machine und fokussiert sich dabei auf die Aspekte der Narration, die von Kolonialismus und Imperialismus geprägt sind.


Russia’s French Connection

Russia’s French Connection

Russia’s French Connection

Author: Adam Coker

Publisher: Routledge

Isbn 10: 1000082644

Category: History

Number of Pages: 360

Number of Views: 1993

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While it is generally acknowledged that Russia’s culture has been influenced by France, the present study goes beyond the Francophile preferences of the noble elite and examines Russian society more broadly, exploring those elements of French cultural influence still relevant today. This is done through an historical analysis of French loanwords in the Russian language from the time of Peter the Great to the present. The result of this lexical analysis and subsequent study of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century archival, periodical, and memoir material is to empirically link Russia’s present culture to two major Franco-Russian events: the wave of immigration to Russia following the French Revolution and Russia’s war with Napoleon. This is primarily a book for those interested in European history, particularly imperial Russia, the French Revolution, and Napoleonic Wars. The study of Russian officer memoirs includes original campaign maps, which may be of interest to military historians. The analysis of periodical literature will likewise be a resource for those studying the history of printing, publishing, and journalism in Russia. The book’s interdisciplinary nature, however, broadens its relevance to linguists, cultural historians, and those in the emerging field of Immigration Studies.


Imprints

Imprints

Imprints

Author: Patrick Gray,Justin Skeesuck

Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

Isbn 10: 1496441915

Category: Religion

Number of Pages: 176

Number of Views: 1695

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Changing the world does not always require grand gestures or an audience of millions. The little things we do often have the most significant impact on those we encounter. Each small choice we make can spread joy or pain, light or darkness, to others. Examining our influence on the lives we encounter through a lens of love and compassion, Imprints explores the long-lasting impact our words and actions have on our world, reminding us that the legacy we leave behind is built on who we are and how we live our lives day to day.


A Natural Theology of the Arts

A Natural Theology of the Arts

A Natural Theology of the Arts

Author: Anthony Monti

Publisher: Routledge

Isbn 10: 1351962175

Category: Religion

Number of Pages: 210

Number of Views: 832

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A Natural Theology of the Arts contends that the arts are theological by their very nature and not simply when they are explicitly religious - thereby constituting a distinctive kind of 'natural theology'. Borrowing from science the stance of 'critical realism' to justify truth claims in art and theology, it argues that works of art are complex metaphors that convey the 'real presence' of God, even when not labelled as such. Citing numerous examples from literature, painting, and music - including Shakespeare's King Lear, Vermeer's Young Woman with a Water Jug, Rembrandt's Return of the Prodigal Son, and Stephen Cleobury's experiences performing Bach's St Matthew Passion and Britten's Rejoice in the Lamb - the author concludes that works of art anticipate the new creation, thereby suggesting a Trinitarian account of the God present in the creation and reception of such works.


Soul Imprint

Soul Imprint

Soul Imprint

Author: Belle Hale

Publisher: Balboa Press

Isbn 10: 1452530777

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 456

Number of Views: 1705

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Ella Taylor was dealt a rough hand in life. Her biological father stood on the sidelines for many years, ignoring the fact that his daughter was being sexually abused by his own friend, and has astonishingly disowned Ella for speaking up and telling the truth. Having nowhere else to go, Ella moves to Featherbrook to live with her mother and stepfather, in the hopes of starting over. However, only hours after arriving in her new home, things become a little strange. Ella finds herself being the center of attention in all the wrong ways. That is, until she meets Roman Kahoa, the tall, dark, and impossibly good-looking stranger whom Ella soon learns is her eternal link and a werewolf. Ella learns their love is one that is predestined and has spanned an eternity of lifetimes. Will love conquer all, or will Roman fight to the death to save his one true love?


The Imprint of the Picturesque on Nineteenth-century British Fiction

The Imprint of the Picturesque on Nineteenth-century British Fiction

The Imprint of the Picturesque on Nineteenth-century British Fiction

Author: Alexander M. Ross

Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press

Isbn 10: 0889201919

Category: Literary Criticism

Number of Pages: 179

Number of Views: 1469

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"Despite the negative criticism directed at its sentiment, its heartlessness, its superficiality, the picturesque remained in both art and fiction of Victorian England a mode of seeing that even the greatest of the artists and novelists relied upon from time to time so that their viewers and readers could rejoice in the instant recognition of place and character distinctly limned and sometimes subtly enough to elicit sympathy" (Preface). After briefly tracing the development of the theory of the picturesque in the eighteenth-century writings of William Gilpin, Sir Uvedale Price, and Richard Payne Knight and examining how nineteenth-century novelists accommodated aesthetic theory to the practice of fiction, Ross focuses on the use of the picturesque in the works of Sir Walter Scott, Charlotte Bronte, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, and Thomas Hardy. The persistence of the picturesque through novels ranging from Waverley to Jude the Obscure and in writers like Dickens and Eliot, who had little respect for its conventions, attests to its strength and attraction in nineteenth-century literature.


Patterns in Polymer

Patterns in Polymer

Patterns in Polymer

Author: Julie Picarello

Publisher: Kalmbach Books

Isbn 10: 1627000674

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Number of Pages: 96

Number of Views: 721

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With her unmatched eye for color, color mixing and layering, well-known artist and fan favorite Julie Picarello helps beginners and advanced polymer artisans design, texture and finish gorgeous art beads using relatively simple techniques. In-depth introduction sections cover basics, color inspiration and recipes, and needed tools and materials. The book includes 7 mini projects and 10 finished jewelry projects, while callouts at the beginning of each project let the readers know exactly what specialized techniques will be learned. It’s the color that makes polymer clay truly exciting, and this book uses color like you’ve never seen it before.


The Quickie

The Quickie

The Quickie

Author: James Patterson,Michael Ledwidge

Publisher: Little, Brown

Isbn 10: 031600720X

Category: Fiction

Number of Pages: 368

Number of Views: 1905

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A one-night stand spirals into a web of dark secrets in James Patterson's steamy thriller of love, lust, and murder. Lauren Stillwell is not your average damsel in distress. When the NYPD cop discovers her husband leaving a hotel with another woman, she decides to beat him at his own game. But her revenge goes dangerously awry, and she finds her world spiraling into a hell that becomes more terrifying by the hour. In a further twist of fate, Lauren must take on a job that threatens everything she stands for. Now, she's paralyzed by a deadly secret that could tear her life apart. With her job and marriage on the line, Lauren's desire for retribution becomes a lethal inferno as she fights to save her livelihood-and her life. Patterson takes us on a twisting roller-coaster ride of thrills in his most gripping novel yet. This story of love, lust and dangerous secrets will have readers' hearts pounding to the very last page.


The Divine Imprint

The Divine Imprint

The Divine Imprint

Author: Russell Stannard

Publisher: SPCK

Isbn 10: 0281078114

Category: Psychology

Number of Pages: 192

Number of Views: 450

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The so-called New Atheists receive much publicity, but their demand to be provided with incontrovertible evidence for the existence of God, and that such evidence must come from a scientific examination of the physical world, is the wrong approach. As many theologians and philosophers have claimed, the search for God begins by looking inwards into oneself. But what does that mean? Surely looking inwards we find nothing but the contents of one’s own mind. Where does God come in? It is by the examination of the contents of the mind and trying to understand how they got there that one seeks clues about God’s influence on the mind. Our consciousness bears a resemblance to that Consciousness from which it is directly derived. It bears his imprint. It is from the characteristics of that imprint we get to know what kind of God we are dealing with. Only then can we be open to realizing how that other creation of his, the physical world, also bears his imprint.


Kingdom of the Wicked

Kingdom of the Wicked

Kingdom of the Wicked

Author: Kerri Maniscalco

Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers

Isbn 10: 0316428442

Category: Young Adult Fiction

Number of Pages: 448

Number of Views: 1528

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A James Patterson Presents Novel From the #1 New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Stalking Jack the Ripper series comes a new blockbuster series... Two sisters.One brutal murder.A quest for vengeance that will unleash Hell itself...And an intoxicating romance.Emilia and her twin sister Vittoria are streghe - witches who live secretly among humans, avoiding notice and persecution. One night, Vittoria misses dinner service at the family's renowned Sicilian restaurant. Emilia soon finds the body of her beloved twin...desecrated beyond belief. Devastated, Emilia sets out to find her sister's killer and to seek vengeance at any cost-even if it means using dark magic that's been long forbidden. Then Emilia meets Wrath, one of the Wicked-princes of Hell she has been warned against in tales since she was a child. Wrath claims to be on Emilia's side, tasked by his master with solving the series of women's murders on the island. But when it comes to the Wicked, nothing is as it seems...


Evolving Households

Evolving Households

Evolving Households

Author: Jeremy Greenwood

Publisher: MIT Press

Isbn 10: 0262350866

Category: Business & Economics

Number of Pages: 336

Number of Views: 797

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The transformative effect of technological change on households and culture, seen from a macroeconomic perspective through simple economic models. In Evolving Households, Jeremy Greenwood argues that technological progress has had as significant an effect on households as it had on industry. Taking a macroeconomic perspective, Greenwood develops simple economic models to study such phenomena as the rise in married female labor force participation, changes in fertility rates, the decline in marriage, and increased longevity. These trends represent a dramatic transformation in everyday life, and they were made possible by advancements in technology. Greenwood also addresses how technological progress can cause social change. Greenwood shows, for example, how electricity and labor-saving appliances freed women from full-time household drudgery and enabled them to enter the labor market. He explains that fertility dropped when higher wages increased the opportunity cost of having children; he attributes the post–World War II baby boom to a combination of labor-saving household technology and advances in obstetrics and pediatrics. Marriage rates declined when single households became more economically feasible; people could be more discriminating in their choice of a mate. Technological progress also affects social and cultural norms. Innovation in contraception ushered in a sexual revolution. Labor-saving technological progress at home, together with mechanization in industry that led to an increase in the value of brain relative to brawn for jobs, fostered the advancement of women's rights in the workplace. Finally, Greenwood attributes increased longevity to advances in medical technology and rising living standards, and he examines healthcare spending, the development of new drugs, and the growing portion of life now spent in retirement.