The German Social System - have you ever asked yourself how it works? Here is the nutshell version to give you a basic understanding of it without you having to study it for years. It is written in plain English, and thus not a scientific publication. It is not the goal of this book to argue about details or educate you about delicate manipulations of a complex system. It is simply to give you a general idea about what the German Social System is about, where it came from, and how it works.
Have readers told you that they can't seem "get into" your novel? That could be because it lacks the sensory information required to effectively hook your readers' attention. Would you like to remedy this? Then this is the book for you! In The Six Senses in a Nutshell: Demonstrated Transitions from Bleak to Bold Narrative you will find eleven real scenes which illustrate how utilizing the six senses can bring your writing to life. In each demonstrated transition you will find a BLEAK passage (prose lacking sensory information), and a BOLD passage (the BLEAK passage revamped to make it more appealing by utilizing sense in an indirect and/or stimulating way). Dispersed throughout, and at the back of the book, are blank pages to take notes as you read. Writing exercises are also provided. Not only is this pocket guide an excellent learning tool for aspiring writers, but it is a light, convenient, and easy solution to honing your craft no matter how broad your writing experience. Keep it in the side pocket of your school bag, throw it in your purse, or even carry it around in the pocket of your jeans or jacket, to enhance your skills, keep notes, and jot down story ideas, anywhere, anytime.
MadeGlobal's History in a Nutshell Series aims to give readers a good grounding in a historical topic in a concise, easily digestible and easily accessible way. In Whitehall Palace in a Nutshell, researcher and author Philip Roberts delves into the history of England's most important and significant lost building, a palace which had 2000 rooms and covered 23 acres in its heyday. Using his unprecedented connections, Philip has been able to gain access to the historical places in Whitehall Palace which still exist today, many of which are not open to public access. Philip Roberts, a member of the Maryrose Trust Information Group Team for well over 20 years, has a passion for Tudor re-enactment and educating people about its history.
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