TRUE LOVE PERSISTS EVEN AFTER DEATH

There is a saying that all true love ends with tragedy, but it was not that way for Dan and Gabby. Gabby and Dan’s short-lived affair cannot be forgotten, not even after Dan’s death in the trenches at Gallipoli. He chooses to become Gabby’s guardian angel to be close to her. After more than 10 …

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A Matter of Policy

A Matter of Policy is an enthralling listen that begins when a young friend of Amy Brewster finds his life in jeopardy when an unknown mastermind insures it for one million dollars. When a private detective hired to protect the young man is the first victim, Amy Brewster must think fast and act faster if …

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DANGEROUS SECRET

Jim Loftin A SEARCH FOR HIS PARENTS UNCOVERS A DANGEROUS SECRET A secret hidden for 40 years is about to come out. The man at the center of this secret discovers from his dying adoptive mother that he has a family he knew nothing about. With nothing to go on, he is determined to find …

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THE MYSTERY MASTER Duplicity

MEET A DIFFERENT KIND OF DETECTIVE Rick O’Shea’s intuitive nature and sense of curiosity led him into a career as an investigator. Not a private eye, not that kind of investigator. He’s one who is a “seeker” and “finder” of things that have been lost, stolen, or hidden. His methods may be unusual, but he …

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Two Suspects – FREE REVIEWER KINDLE COPIES AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 4 – 8

FREE REVIEWER KINDLE COPIES AVAILABLE NOVEMBER 4 – 8 Sometimes the truth is both elusive and conveniently irrelevant! There’s been a burglary in a luxury high rise co-op in Manhattan: an elderly woman was assaulted in her apartment, with jewelry taken. The prime suspect is Johnny Jones, who was in the building around the same …

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The 5 P’s: Meaningful Classroom Rules. By Lisa Koplik

Be Positive, Productive, Polite, Prepared, and ResPectful. Topics : A Teacher’s PerspectiveClassroom Ideas meaningful classroom rules Whenever a classroom appears on a television show, in a magazine, or in a fictional book, kids are often portrayed as quiet, calm, seated, and absolutely thrilled to be learning. We, as teachers, recognize that this scenario is very …

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The Art of English – Reading

Reading is not what it is believed to be… merely mastering the art of putting together letters into words and making sense of it… both vocabulary and grammar, or even pronunciation and meaning… Students drag their feet when it comes to reading… as kids and youngsters shy away from reading… and it doesn’t only happen …

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Motivation – Motivating or Motivated ?

Too often do English teachers -and others- presume that motivation follows suit to request or requirement… but we couldn’t be further from the truth… Motivation is, like all things, learnt… We can see that in kids from a very young age already… children who are not challenged and motivated will not make the slightest effort …

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When Virtual hits Reality

We live in a world where virtual reality abounds and often rules… yet if we’re all at one time or another exposed to it not all of us understand it… Most people still find it difficult to relate the drawing of money from a cash machine to the fact that it takes it out of …

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The Art of English – Testing and Auditing the Student’s Levels, Needs and Objectives

Students may tell you their level is this or that… although it is very difficult to assess one’s own level when one is not an English teaching professional… hence the need for a thorough audit of the level, needs and objectives… This audit will not only assess the level of the students but also their …

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