Earnest Long, the author, has some experience or none of what he writes. His stories and books are in the best tradition of storytelling. He lives on his own in a spacious flat with a collection of statues and figurines, a PC, a bookcase and boxes of books and magazines.
This is a book about a man who moves home, finds a new love and reminisces about an old love. However, when he tells his new love about his old love then the unexpected happens. And it was nothing he could have predicted.
12 More Tips for Writing follows Earnest Long's popular first book 12 Tips for Writing. Here are 12 more tips that cover many areas of writing but particularly there are tips for anyone worried and stressed. The book offers some shortcuts that can help quickly make anyone a better writer. As well, there are some tips that will need pondering and working on for longer. Read this book!
Did you used to worry about computers? Or did someone you knew? But then you do not quite see why they would have been such a worry. This book talks about Home PCs and the problems some Users had with them. ...And some still do.... 'Talking about it can help'. So let's talk! And the book shares some practical tips as well.
Writers are a strange bunch. One the one hand they can create wonderful magical worlds, but on the other hand their own lives can be as bad as some of the characters they write about in some of their books. At least, that is how some writers are. But you don't have to join them. The book talks about the software and how to use it to make writing quicker and easier for the same results.
Awake one night is a man who temporarily can't sleep. And in the bed next to him a girl lies. And he listens to her soft breathing and he thinks he can hear her sigh... As the dawn not yet broken will come soon, he considers how he got to be lying in this bed with the girl... this girl he is with now, and what she has to tell him still...
Many have a computer they wish wasn't just a pile of junk or worse caused them problems. Make friends with your computer instead! Wouldn't you just love to use your computer to do something useful such as to help you lose weight? The book talks about word processor and spreadsheet software, its versatility and how you can use it for you and not have it work against you for health plans.
What do you see when you see yourself through a mirror? Do you see experiences? And if so what experiences would they be?
The story starts as a romance but becomes something darker. A man struggles to cope with his conscience and what might have been. Or never was...
This essay has the theme, ‘Problem! What Problem?’ In this essay you will see how you can be a good friend, have good social skills, less stress and a good time. ‘Problem! What Problem?’ must surely be one of the best solutions to worry and goal setting any book has yet to offer the reading Public.
A writer shares his tricks of the trade. And talks about the tools he uses all the time. In the past writers had a quill and ink, then a typewriter. Now almost all writers have a word processor. The book explains how to produce good writing on a computer. And with the minimum of effort.
A book in the One Minute Relaxation Series.
Many have worries about social skills. These worries are killing you. This book helps you cope with these worries. This is a book of articles that should take no longer than one minute each to read and may help you relax about social skills.
A book in the One Minute Relaxation Series. Computers are often used directly or indirectly to achieve goals. So doubly they worry Home Computer Users. This is a book of articles that should take no longer than one minute each to read and may help you relax about your computer worries.
Is amateur research any good? Someone in his early 40's, whose experiences before of using computers were of doing a bit of office work and IT, tries his hand at doing amateur research. The researcher left school almost as soon as possible but on a whim one day when he gets a new computer, he tries doing some research. Will he benefit humanity? Or is he wasting his time?
A man in his twenties reads a self-help book for amusement. Later in his thirties he feels a compunction to read it again. And he goes on the journey of his life to learn its lessons. He would like to lose weight, to manage his computer better, and have friends and a girlfriend. If only he could succeed now before his life passes him by and he has nothing to show for it despite his big hopes.
The writer was given a Home Computer nearly 30 years ago when a teenager. It was a games machine but he was intrigued by doing more such as word processing. And 15 years later he bought a PC. And used it to write a novel. But what to do with his computer when he had written the last line of his novel? This is a book about how home PC's became the marketers' dream of being ubiquitous for everyone.
Any aspiring novelist or short story writer could do with some more tips on writing. The book is written by an author who has been published for more than 15 years. And more recently has been published online. He shares his experience of writing for anyone who wants to write.
This is a ‘how to’ book for aspiring fiction writers that answers many questions he or she may have.
Hospital story is about the tragedy of wasting time and wasting your life doing nothing much.
The book is set in a mental hospital where nothing much happens. And the doctors and nurses are not bothered about discharging the patients.
Can someone find a second wind? This book is about hope.
A Tale of Romance is a traditional story of romance, yet a new take on the Troubadours.
Really, it is boy meets girl, but with one or two twists. A wonderful love story. And one that might have a happy ending. The reader will see if they do live happily ever after or they don’t. They might.
A young man's feelings reach a new low when a well-loved relative dies. And he vows he will make something of himself but he feels first he has to meet someone who would be special to him.
The plot takes a twist as a female friend suggests he does a research project. And he finds the oddest subject to research. But hey! It might still work out.