The Vision

Author: Debi Pearl
Publisher: Pearl Books Llc
ISBN: 9780981973708
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The Vision from the Author: Debi Pearl. What do you get when Islamic terrorists and White-Supremacists go up against a small group of Bible believers in the hills of East Tennessee? Debi Pearl's newest book, The Vision, is a fast paced, emotionally charged love story between the industrious Asher and the beautiful Cheyenne, who, along with their friends, share a vision to reach the lost and dying world before fast approaching apocalyptic events make publishing the gospel impossible. The Vision is a thriller with a suspenseful blend of fiction and nonfiction which incorporates actual historical records, current earth science, recent medical and herbal discoveries, today's international news, and crucial Biblical prophecy, and the author's imaginative and vivid storytelling takes you on a ride so real that you will find it difficult to separate fact from fiction. You will be swallowed up in a world of natural herbal brews, looming threats of volcanic eruption, struggles to overcome terrorists, and consuming grief when tragedy strikes one of their most beloved. Through it all, you will come to share their eternal vision. For the studious researcher, the information boxes at the bottom of the pages make this novel a launching pad into a wide range of knowledge. It is the enchanting love story of Asher, a man driven with a vision, and the beautiful Cheyenne, an herbalist. It is a fast-paced, carefully-woven tapestry of spiritual intrigue, human frailties, and God's divine intervention. It is a shocking picture of what the extremist terrorist sects are now doing to spread their religion through force of violence. It is a nerve-racking revelation of the most menacing volcano on planet earth Yellowstone. It is a record of history's plagues and the riveting revelation of the plagues to come.It unlocks the mysteries of herbal healing, giving recipes of healing brews from the herbal guru herself. Scariest of all... it is based on truth. It will drive you into the everlasting arms of God, our refuge from the storms that are surely coming. The Vision raises reality entertainment to a whole new level. The Vision is the first in the series The Last Publishers.

The Great Controversy

Author: Ellen G. White
ISBN: 130499967X
Size: 67.87 MB
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The Great Controversy from the Author: Ellen G. White.

Developmental Editing

Author: Scott Norton
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 0226595161
Size: 70.93 MB
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Developmental Editing from the Author: Scott Norton. Editing is a tricky business. It requires analytical flair and creative panache, the patience of a saint and the vision of a writer. Transforming a manuscript into a book that edifies, inspires, and sells? That’s the job of the developmental editor, whose desk is the first stop for many manuscripts on the road to bookdom—a route ably mapped out in the pages of Developmental Editing. Author Scott Norton has worked with a diverse range of authors, editors, and publishers, and his handbook provides an approach to developmental editing that is logical, collaborative, humorous, and realistic. He starts with the core tasks of shaping the proposal, finding the hook, and building the narrative or argument, and then turns to the hard work of executing the plan and establishing a style. Developmental Editing includes detailed case studies featuring a variety of nonfiction books—election-year polemic, popular science, memoir, travel guide—and authors ranging from first-timer to veteran, journalist to scholar. Handy sidebars offer advice on how to become a developmental editor, create effective illustration programs, and adapt sophisticated fiction techniques (such as point of view, suspense, plotting, character, and setting) to nonfiction writing. Norton’s book also provides freelance copyeditors with a way to earn higher fees while introducing more creativity into their work lives. It gives acquisitions, marketing, and production staff a vocabulary for diagnosing a manuscript’s flaws and techniques for transforming it into a bestseller. And perhaps most importantly, Developmental Editing equips authors with the concrete tools they need to reach their audiences.

Immigrant Publishers

Author: Richard Abel
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412825903
Size: 42.67 MB
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Immigrant Publishers from the Author: Richard Abel. In the first third of the twentieth century, the publishing industry in the United Kingdom and the United States was marked by well-established and comfortable traditions pursued by family-dominated firms. The British trade was the preserve of self-satisfied men entirely certain of their superiority in the world of letters; their counterparts in North America were blissfully unaware of development and trends outside their borders. In this unique historical analysis, Richard Abel and Gordon Graham show how publishing evolved post-World War II to embrace a different, more culturally inclusive, vision. Unfortunately, even among the learned classes, only a handful clearly understood either the nature or the likely consequences of the mounting geopolitical tensions that gripped pre-war Europe. The world was largely caught up in the ill-informed and unexamined but widely held smug and shallow belief that the huge price paid in "the war to end all wars" had purchased perpetual peace, a peace to be maintained by the numerous, post-war high-minded treaties ceremoniously signed thereafter. The history presented here has as its principals a handful of those who fled to the Anglo-Saxon shores in the pre-World War II era. The remainder made their way to Britain and the United States following that war. They brought an entirely new vision of and energetic pursuit of the cultural role of the book and journal in a society, a vision which was quickly adopted and naturalized by a perspicacious band of post-war native-born book people. Richard Abel is secretary of the LOGOS foundation and long-standing member of its editorial board. He founded and started numerous publishing house including Timber Press, Amadeus Press, and what is now Blackwell North America. He has had well over forty years experience in the publishing industry. Gordon Graham is founder and editor emeritus of LOGOS. He was previously chairman and chief executive of Butterworths. He has written extensively on the publishing industry, and is a doyen of publishing history and practice in the United Kingdom.

The Ecological Vision

Author: Peter F. Drucker
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 9781412814126
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The Ecological Vision from the Author: Peter F. Drucker. Periods of great social change reveal a tension between the need for continuity and the need for innovation. The twentieth century has witnessed both radical alteration and tenacious durability in social organization, politics, economics, and art. To comprehend these changes as history and as guideposts to the future, Peter F. Drucker has, over a lifetime, pursued a discipline that he terms social ecology. The writings brought together in The Ecological Vision define the discipline as a sustained inquiry into the man-made environment and an active effort at maintaining equilibrium between change and conservation. The chapters in this volume range over a wide array of disciplines and subject matter. They are linked by a common concern with the interaction of the individual and society, and a common perspective that views economics, technology, politics, and art as dimensions of social experience and expressions of social value. Included here are profiles of such figures as Henry Ford, John C. Calhoun, Soren Kierkegaard, and Thomas Watson; analyses of the economics of Keynes and Schumpeter;and explorations of the social functions of business, management, information, and technology. Drucker's chapters on Japan examine the dynamics of cultural and economic change and afford striking comparisons with similar processes in the West. In the concluding chapter, "Reflections of a Social Ecologist," Drucker traces the development of his discipline through such intellectual antecedents as Alexis de Tocqueville, Walter Bagehot, and Wilhelm von Humboldt. He illustrates the ecological vision, an active, practical, and moral approach to social questions. Peter Drucker summarizes a lifetime of work and exemplifies the communicative clarity that are requisites of all intellectual enterprises. His book will be of interest to economists, business people, foreign affairs specialists, and intellectual historians.