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38 books of Chris Scott

Why did Taylor Swift love music and singing so much? Did family have any influence in her career? Just a couple of the things discussed in this wonderful book. A nice easy Simple Guide to show the path Taylor took to success. The early days singing at a Philly's game to singing to over 100,­000 people at the Gillette Stadium. Moving closer to Nashville to make the regular trips easier for this budding new artist. Understanding where Taylor gets her ideas for her songs from will help you understand the meaning behind them. Like most young women, Taylor has friends, favorite things to do and has had a few boyfriends that she does write about, if she feels strongly about it. The truth about a person is shown by what they do, not by something written by someone else or something they say. Taylor donates to causes close to her heart and has a strong bond with her fans, it's thanks to them she can be so generous. Read the book, enjoy her story and go and create yours.

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42 downloads

The Simple Guide to Coffee is a short easy to read guide to one of the world’s favourite beverages. The guide looks at where coffee comes from, how it is harvested and processed and most importantly how to make your cup of coffee taste wonderful. We start our story by looking at the two main types of bean, Arabica and Robusta, where do they come from, what are the differences and how are the different characteristics used in different types of coffee. Harvesting and processing the beans is a very important step in getting the bean from the field to your cup. How is it done, what is the difference between the dry and wet method? Now we have our beans we need to force a chemical reaction so they release their beautiful flavours, this is done by roasting the beans; there are a couple of methods we will share with you. All of this information will help you choose the right coffee for you, so far you have had to rely on others to get the best quality bean to your home, it is now your . . .

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23 downloads

Steve Jobs was most probably the most famous business leader the world has or ever will know. He was a visionary and this simple guide is going to try and share some information behind the man who gave us amongst many other things Macs, iPods and iPhones. This guide tries to reflect the simplicity and ease of use that we all know in Apple products. We take a look at his early years and how he was adopted soon after birth, what he was like at school and his early working life at Atari before starting Apple. Started from a garage to become the most valuable company on earth, his departure from Apple and his years in between, before his return and then the meteoric rise of Apple are briefly discussed in this amazing short read. 20% of all profits from this book will be donated to the Caring for Carcinoid Foundation.

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20 downloads

Although a simple guide this book tries to share with you the struggles and triumphs of this great man. It covers the life of Nelson Mandela starting with an explanation of The Apartheid and National Party. A short look at his family is followed by his education and early years with the ANC. We take a look at how Mandela showed his leadership qualities and his imprisonment. Violence and the threat of a military faction of the ANC showed the South African president that he needed help from Mandela. This was the the new beginning Mandela had dreamed of for many years. His release from prison and the becoming president wrap up a fascinating story.

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17 downloads

Projects have a reputation for being over schedule, over cost and under scope. What can be done to improve this reputation? This ebook starts by explaining the Theory of Constraints (TOC) methodology, which is the basis of the Critical Chain (CC) method and is used to control schedules within project management.

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15 downloads

Britney Spears has gone from the Mickey Mouse club, a sexy schoolgirl princess of pop to a more mature and established pop icon and has had many ups and downs on the way, read about the divorces and custody battles but more importantly we concentrate on her desire and love for music and her children. Read this fascinating story, maybe you’ll get some inspiration to excel in your chosen field.

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11 downloads

The Simple Guide to Nicki Minaj follows on from the successful books, The Simple Guide to Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Lady Gaga. Following the same format which has been so well received in our other books, we look at Nicki’s early life, her difficult early years, being away from her family, how her fantasies became her reality and how she is being compared to L’il Kim and Missy Elliott. How did she come up with the idea for her alter ego “Harajuku Barbie”? Taking a look at her early musical career and her production of mix tapes to impress the right people. How she was influenced by artists such as Cyndi Lauper, Madonna and even Marilyn Monroe. Nicki has been questioned several times on her sexuality. We hear from the artist herself who puts the record straight.

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9 downloads

Fact filled pages with everything you need to know about the English Premier League teams. Riveting history of all the clubs and our predictions for the coming season. Get this simple guide now and impress your friends and colleagues with your knowledge of the greatest league on earth.

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8 downloads

The Fairchild Republic A10 Thunderbolt II is the unsung hero of the USAF that has had to prove itself time and time again. With many critics over the years it has often been referred to as a private jet with a 30mm cannon. The same 30mm GAU-­8 Avenger cannon that is still the heaviest rotary cannon ever mounted on an aircraft and packs a formidable punch.

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6 downloads

Today, following over a decade of kidnappings, much increased trafficking, banditry and terrorist activities, as well as nomadic rebellions and not least the recent spread of weaponry from Libya, tourism in the central Sahara has collapsed or has become severely restricted. But it wasn't always like that. The 1980s were a golden age of independent exploration: post-­colonial nations had yet to be beset by internal strife, and the popularity of the original Dakar Rally, as well as the evolution of desert-­capable motorcycles and 4x4s both saw adventure tourism flourish in the Sahara of Niger, Algeria and Mali. It’s unlikely those days will return soon, so for once I found myself doing the right thing in the right place at the right time.

In 1982 my first African ride on a ratty XT500 ended halfway across the Sahara with a cracked petrol tank. Once I got out of that one I vowed never to return, but the lure of the dunes proved too great to a youthful despatch rider. Over the next . . .

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3 downloads

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