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Book Covers: Elevating a Book's First Impression


Book Covers: Elevating a Book's First Impression

This group discusses the art of book cover design and what bringing back the importance of graphically capturing your reader. After all, everyone judges a book by it's ...

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I love this book cover. It made me want to read it before I even knew who it was written by. It happens to be my fave new indie author.…Continue

Started by Janis C. May 6.

2 New Historical Romances

Hi Booklovers, Today I’m sharing news about my two new historical romances, Dangerous Indenture and Wilderness Bride. Dangerous Indenture is a spicy historical/mystery set in Pennsylvania Colony.…Continue

Tags: Indenture, Wilderness, Bride, Dangerous, Wilkins

Started by Kelli A. Wilkins Apr 30, 2014.

New Historical Romance - Wilderness Bride

Hi, I’m pleased to announce the release of my sixteenth Amber Quill Press romance. Wilderness Bride is a historical romance set in the Michigan Territory and blends love with adventure. This…Continue

Started by Kelli A. Wilkins Apr 17, 2014.

What Makes a Good Book Cover? 1 Reply

Have you ever been to the book store and, thumbing through the fiction section, noticed the book covers starting to look redundant? Urban literature aside ... which is another topic within this…Continue

Tags: graphics, corey, burkes, illustration, design

Started by Corey A. Burkes. Last reply by Pamela Joy Licatino Feb 24, 2011.

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This book is a fantastic way to tell kids…don’t go surfing if you don’t know how. ~ CBM 
Little Bit & Big Byte: A Day at the Beach by Craig T. Feigh is a colorfully illustrated children’s book depicting love-able characters and their pets that introduces children metaphorically to computers and the dangers of surfing the Web. Creating word pictures, namely, that the Web is much like a huge ocean, parents can use this book as an aid in educating their children about computers and the Internet.
Simple, fun and cute, children will make the connection to the Internet and the main parts of computers with each page. A hidden image of a bone on each page makes the book fun and interactive (secretly my favorite part). With adventure, Little Bit and his crew set out for a day of play at the beach. Little Bit Romie, the main character alongside Click, Browser (the “chip’s” pets) go to the beach with his big brother, Big Byte. Joy, his sister, Kay Board and Webster also join in at the beach to build sandcastles.
With little notice, trouble comes through sly characters Vi and Russ, who are looking to crash any party. The author creates a unique and creative “day at the beach” which is saved by a big wave…thankfully. Memorable and inspiring, this little book will help children understand to surf intelligently and with skilled “know how.”
Children and parents alike will love the illustrations, giving way for parents to teach their kids about computers. The author has presented an ingenious way to speak the dangers of surfing the Web to young children that they will enjoy.
This little book comes highly recommended to all parents when beginning to educate their children about computers, or when school starts children on computers.
You may get your copy of Little Bit & Big Byte: A Day at the Beach at Amazon.
Title: Little Bit & Big Byte: A Day at the Beach
By: Craig T. Feigh
A CBM Christian Book Review
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Comment by CBM Christian Book Marketing on October 2, 2018 at 10:35am

Scribal Skips: 1300 Words That Fell Out of the Bible by Wayne A. Mitchell sheds light on early hand-copying of the Bible that gives insight, offering understanding and a list of restored scripture verses. One might ask, “Have three Hebrew words fallen out of one of the ten commandments?” 
“When King David learned that the ark was blessing the household where it was staying, did his reply fall out from a scribal skip?”  And or, “Has text been found among the Dead Sea Scrolls that fell out of the Bible?” Scribal Skips speaks, rendering exciting solutions in his book, and boldly speaks to the Christian who may wonder ... has anything been left out?   
From Genesis to Revelation, covering both Old and New Testaments, each scripture is restored to the original text. This book is fascinating and an awing piece of literary study of language that includes the art of early scribes, that provides to readers the original script or “words missing” from the Bible. The author also gives readers a peek into interesting historical facts of the Bible and that of the early Hebraic scribes.
A vast amount of knowledge is given within this book, and after many years, the author has assembled this book for those that have ever wondered if there were any words missing in the Bible. The answer is “Yes”, over 1300 words have “fell out of the Bible.”
I was amazed at what I both read and learned in the process of reviewing this book. It opened my eyes to things that I did not know, nor had ever been taught previously within the churches. Truly an amazing to read!
“This book is an amazing feat of industry and will be a very useful tool for both the text critic and the exegete.” ~ Peter Rodgers, Adjunct Professor School of Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary  
“A new and original source of texts for daily devotional and Sunday sermons.”~ Brian E. Colless, PhD, ThD.
This book also comes as a highly recommended tool for pastors and for those also involved in Bible colleges and research. You may get your copy of Scribal Skips: 1300 Words That Fell Out of the Bible at Amazon.


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