How You Can Write a Successful Master's Thesis in Eight Steps: The Secret to Completing Your Master's Degree in Mass Communication
By Thabo W. Nkomo
If you are a candidate for master's degree in mass communication, the most effective way to complete your degree is to create a thesis. This book demystifies the process of writing a winning thesis. Discover eight proven steps to help you achieve your goals.
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Meet Author- Thabo W. Nkomo
When I was seven I almost died. I was playing at the backyard of my house in South Africa, and then I heard my grandfather tell me to stand still. Now, I had always listened to that wise man. I stood still for what seemed forever, but I learned later that it was only for a few minutes.
In any case, I waited for his permission to move. When I turned around, I saw my grandfather holding a shovel and on it was the severed head of a snake.
That was my introduction to the importance of communication.
Jump ahead years later and I am studying in America. Now, as they say, is the rest of the story.
I am a business and creative writer with an M.A. in Mass Communication from Iona College, New Rochelle, NY. I hold a B.A. in writing from Hamilton College, Clinton, NY. I had lots of fun writing a detective thriller, "The Night is My Dominion". It features Derek Tawarrior, "the warrior detective" first introduced in a series of short stories. I am now working on the follow up to "Dominion", and the book is titled "Justice Has No Master".
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By: Yarro Rai
An off-beat mysterious narration, Where two diaries by two lovers (Johnny & Esther) are being read simultaneously by a journalist (Stella) and her assistant. Unraveling the story that how a beautiful CEO (Esther) and a Street orphan hustler (Johnny) are childhood friends and later a hot couple.
With each page turned and closer to the mystery. Stella starts getting huge amount of money offer to either destroy the diary or to sell it. The offer doesn't stops as well as the life losing threats.
Stella is all confused because at the surface it seems just another love story. Leaving the big question and mystery, is it just another love story or there is something hidden like a cipher. What is it, that she is missing?
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By Darryl Bumpass Sr.
This book takes you on the road to discovery. The Universe is constantly shifting and changing, and we shift with it. What matters is what side of the shift we want to be on. The right side is the discovery side and this book explains how to take that road of discovery in order to become the best you can be. Radical self acceptance.
We Need to Talk book shows you how to accomplish great things in your life and offers guidance through self-acceptance. In order to improve yourself and your life, you have to accept who you already are.
This book teaches you about the power of self-acceptance, responsibility, and decision making.
Every person is destined to do great things and with true guidance, motivation, and effort, you can accomplish a lot.
If you have ever wanted to change something in your life and become even better, there is no reason to wait. Start now.
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"I am so excited to be able to share Asha Loves Science with you and your family. The idea first came to me when I was looking for DVDs for my own daughter. She loves learning Spanish and Chinese from the cartoons she sees on TV. However, she didn't have a character to relate to that taught her words and concepts from her own culture. This also meant that she would grow up without a simple way to share her culture with her peers.
I also wanted to impart my love for science to my daughter. Always curious and willing to learn, my daughter is building foundations that will help her understand complex scientific concepts in the future. I think it is never too early to be curious about or in love with science!
Having a mathematician for a mother, I have always had a strong role model that encouraged me to explore my love for math and science. As a child, I never even realized that there were disproportionately fewer women in these fields. Asha is an enthusiastic, lovable, and positive role model for girls. I don't want any child to have an association between gender and science. Learning is a gender neutral activity!"
Najla Ahmad has recently completed her PhD in Computer Science at the University of Kansas. She has a M.S. in Computer Systems Engineering from Northeastern University and a B.A. in Computer Science with a minor in Psychology from Wellesley College. She has been working with various forms of art, such as cartooning, ceramics, and animation, for as long as she can remember.
Najla is working on the characters, concepts, script writing, and animation for Asha Loves Science.
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By Zara Heart
The Unseen is based on a gripping true story of faith, hope and determination. Zara Heart is the daughter of a Syrian Billionaire, who immigrated to England. A fatal accident occurs, and an Angel informs Zara that she will die at six-thirty on May 14th at the young age of thirty-six. Zara has seven days left, the Angel, D.A., forces her to witness her tragic past once more. He splits her life up into seven parts, hence, seven days. She has no other choice but to spectate the nightmare she tried to forget and put behind her all these years. D.A.'s primary aim is for Zara to be at peace with her past before dying. Will Zara ever understand why she was forced to marry someone she never loved? Are seven days enough for Zara to come to terms with losing the unimaginable - her children?
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By Issia Jordan
A true tale of second chances that pays a tender tribute to the lost, abused and unwanted dogs taken in by Issia Jordan, and to other pets in her life. A rich mosaic, spanning three continents, told with candour and without sentimentalism.
We like to think we’re civilized, but the statistics tell us otherwise. Three quarters of the dogs on our planet are homeless, and those that have a home mostly don’t have the owners they deserve. Yet, even after being abused, neglected or abandoned, they’re still man’s best friend. In this touching and unusual autobiography, Issia Jordan tells the stories of the dogs she has taken in.
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Kiss of the Jaguar:
A kidnapping in Colombia triggers doubt, violence and reconciliation in its wake...
By: Issia Jordan
Dario Caetano is a top Bogotá lawyer fighting for social justice. He puts a premium on integrity, and that can sometimes mean making compromises to protect a worthy cause or loved ones. Then his dairy-farmer son Rafa is kidnapped, and Dario discovers his carefully compartmentalized life is a house of cards. When his ties to a fledgling terrorist group come to light, he becomes a prime suspect, and suddenly all he holds dear is at risk.
As events escalate, the hostage takers and those whose life they have disrupted are forced to redefine how they give meaning to their life, and the lengths they’ re willing to go to for it. Idealism, shame, obsession and self-doubt weave an intricate plot from the highlands of Bogotá to the Caribbean coast and Amazon jungle. Who will pay a heavy price, and who will find enlightenment?
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The journey from being a school teacher to an award winning author for Aida Zaciragic jumpstarted when her growing interest in children’s fairy tales provoked her creativity to yield a pen herself. Finding interest in different realms of life revolving around her past, present and future, Aida's fairy tales display her love for the genre.
Aida is now the proud author of four children's books and draws inspiration from strong female characters and enjoys putting a spin on stories that have come from her own childhood. Growing up in Bosnia, a land rich in history, kings and queens, lore and fantasy, her childhood was ripe with ingredients to create brilliant stories to feed children's imaginations all over the world.
"I grew up in a beautiful, historical town which was the last living place for Bosnian kings and their kingdoms. And when I was little it provided my childlike fantasy; much later, I started writing about that."
“The Kingdom of White Lilies” which revolves around the life of last Bosnian qeen, Katarina Kosača and her children. The fairy tale is considered to be one of the most beautiful assets of Bosnian literature. A second part, called “The Law of Freedom” won her an award at the Sarajevo Book Fair in 2014.
Critics describe her style of writing as “beautiful” and often compare her novels with that H.C. Andersen's due to their frequent references to the forgotten legends in her fairy tales.
Residing and teaching in Sweden she has just released her latest book, Malalas Mission for the World. A touching and bittersweet story of a girl and her battle with the Taliban.
Find out more about Ms. Zaciragic by visiting her website www.aidazaciracic.se
By Isabella Bleszynski
Kings and queens, witches and warriors,
Renegades, mystics, adventurers, wise men and fools
All play their part in
‘A DANCE CALLED AFRICA’
When the ancient powers of Africa meet the thrusting forces of change, what will be the outcome?
Threatened by a group of thugs, a 10-year old boy appeals to his ancestors for help. The response is immediate - and terrifying. Later, after publicly defying the powerful father who forced his family into exile - again the heavens respond.
Coincidence, natural phenomena…or something else?
One person, however, shows no fear- either of the storm or its apparent instigator. Langani, the four-year old who likes to dance, meets the rebellious youth, Shaka ka Senzangakhona.
During the trial of a notorious witch, they meet again. Shaka is now a powerful warrior king and creator of the Zulu kingdom, while Langani is of high intellect, a mystical prophet and a man of peace.
The diviner is haunted by dreams of the white men scheming to enter the Kingdom in search of its ivory.
Henry Francis Fynn: hunter and intrepid explorer, is also known as ‘the man who can raise the dead.’
James King and Francis Farewell, ex-naval officers. whose bitter rivalry will threaten to bring destruction on those around them.
Jakot Msimbithi: the handsome Xhosa with the ‘magical eye’ and the luck of the devil. Cattle rustler, spy, and freedom fighter - even Robben Island cannot hold him.
But there is something else Langani cannot explain – his electrifying visions of the blue-eyed, red-haired boy who is also destined to play a part in the dangerous game about to unfold in Zululand.
Who is he?
And just what is his powerful connection to King Shaka?
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Isabella Bleszynski, Author
…the life of
Isabella was born and educated in the north-east of Scotland. Six years after entering the teaching profession in Aberdeen, she took up a contract with the Ministry of Overseas Development, London and left for Ndola, Zambia, with her sons then aged 6 and 4.
After a few years it was followed by a move to Chingola, close to the border with the Republic of Congo, where she was appointed as Head of the Helen Waller School. She was instrumental in renaming it the Princess Nakatindi School, the name it still bears.
Several contracts later, she moved to Lilongwe, Malawi. Her final tour in Africa took her north, to Libya, where she worked for Sirte Oil Company, in Marsa el Brega.
The year after the Americans bombed Tripoli and Benghazi she left Libya to return to Scotland. Isabella now writes full time and is a member of Elgin Writers. She has two sons, four grandchildren and spends a part of each year in Australia.
‘A DANCE CALLED AFRICA’ Book 1 of ‘THE ‘JOHN ROSS’ TRILOGY’ is her first published novel.
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By Michelle Brown- Stephenson
The ultimate goal for this small book is to facilitate understanding. To give readers a working knowledge of the six components which in proper balance act as catalysts to healthy living. It is a well-known fact that most of the general population tend to be confused when it comes to the basics of fostering a healthy lifestyle. The media consistently reports the next great fad. Evidenced based practice is not consistently portrayed in the best light. In such, the foundational balance model offers the general public a simple focus point that is evidence- based modifiable behaviors, the individual can control. This book will not only provide readers with a working model that can be implemented in their daily regimens, but can be shared with their family and friends.This book will assist readers to make the transition and start the conversation to change.
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