A Step-by-step, No-nonsense, No-hype Guide to Successfully Publishing Your Book Yourself
In an age of self-publishing hype and scattered sources of reliable information, it’s difficult for the would-be self-publisher to learn how to properly launch their career and avoid the inevitable pitfalls the world of independent publishing is known for. Not anymore. Getting Down and Digital: How... [click here for more]
Mead making is an ancient craft that predates even yesterday that has been passed on from beekeeper to drunk to drunk. Some say this skill predates the Dark Ages, or Microsoft Word. Want to make mead (honey wine), don't know how, find all other texts dry and boring? Spice a little humor into your cup and brew a tasty batch the sarcastic way. Illustrated, illuminated with humor, and informative. ... [click here for more]
The primary role of this book is your training. The trained parent is in a better position to train their child. It’s all aimed at reducing the likelihood that your child will be vulnerable to abduction or Internet victimization.
If your child is out of control, involved with a wild crowd, staying out for the night, or for days at a time, this book is for you. We’re going to put a... [click here for more]
Steve MacManus, the editor of 2000 AD during its 1980s heyday, lifts the lid on how the UK’s most important comic came into existence and his extraordinary role in shaping it into a industry-revolutionising icon. In 1973, a twenty-year-old MacManus joined Fleetway Publications as a sub-editor on UK adventure title Valiant. Six years later he took charge of the company’s most celebrated... [click here for more]