Don't let preparing for your driving test drive you up the wall! With tips from instructors and new drivers alike for both before and during the exam, this little book is jam-packed with helpful advice to make sure that you feel in fine form for the open road... and that you lose your L-plates and not your cool.
A writer is someone who writes. It sounds obvious, but many people who call themselves writers don't produce enough words in a year to fill a postcard. Other writers churn out thousands of words but never sell their work. This book tackles both problems: it gets you writing, easily and painlessly guiding through the dreaded "writer's block"; and it divulges industry secrets that will help you to raise the quality of your work to a professional level. There's one major difference between writers ... more info>>
Everyone has a book in them, they say. Having gone through the process of extracting a masterpiece from your head what happens next? In most cases the book will end up in a desk drawer as a pile of papers or inside a computer. But that's not what you want, is it? You wrote it to get published. You want to see your name in print, to go into bookshops and see your book on the shelves. You want to feel that moment of pride when you see someone on the bus reading your book. The concept that a good b... more info>>
When you've written a book you want to see it in print. You want people to read and enjoy it. The only thing standing in your way is the publishing industry which rejects 98% of the manuscripts submitted to it. Why not skip months of collecting rejections from publishers and simply join them at their own game? Anyone can publish their own book, and the cost can be as little as zero. Stewart Ferris created the UK's first self-publishing agency in 1993 with Alastair Williams, offering authors all ... more info>>
What is it about The Da Vinci Code that has captured people's interest and made it an international bestseller? Despite being a work of fiction, The Da Vinci Code has a plot based on a number of concepts and ideas that the author claims to be true. This book explores the locations, historical facts and theories, and the sources of inspiration behind the novel in order to reveal the true key to The Da Vinci Code.
Welcome to the definitive guide to flirting in the 21st century. Learn essential tips such as how to make your first impression count, when physical contact works (and when it doesn't), what to say and, more importantly, when to leave them guessing. Actions speak louder than words and in the universal language of flirting this book is the essential phrasebook. The author has been appearing regularly on TV and radio for the past 8 years as an expert on flirting and chat-up techniques. His TV cred... more info>>
The English tongue has never tasted more delicious than in the mouth of Stephen Fry: his chokingly brilliant sesquipedalian prose is like a shaft of sunlight through the drizzle of quotidian language. Now, with this bound monograph, we can all emit a similarly exquisite effulgence and enjoy the bright shaft of Stephen Fry locution in the privacy of our own smallest pavilion. May his shaft continue to pleasure us for many years to come. After all, what could be fluffier?