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How to Create Chemistry with Anyone

by Leil Lowndes

Chemistry affects nearly every relationship, but few people understand it. How does it work? Why does it happen? And how can you use it to find love that lasts forever? The secrets of attraction have long eluded us, but scientists have finally cracked the formula. Now communications guru Leil Lowndes reveals all with her 75 ways to spark long-lasting chemistry #150; anywhere, anytime and with anyone. Learn how to: - Turn heads and set pulses racing - Get a date without even asking - Have a first date that sizzles - Get the guy or girl you want - Keep the chemistry crackling long-term Packed with simple tips and techniques,How to Create Chemistry with Anyonewill show you what to do #150; and whatnotto do #150; to find and keep love.

How to Create the Boy of Your Dreams: Genny in a Bottle #4

by Kristen Kemp

Andrew thinks he has one big love problem, but in fact he has three: MacKenzie, Jane, and Genny. But things with Genny never work out exactly as planned, and soon Andrew's life is out of control.

How to Create the Perfect Riding Horse

by Perry Wood

An honest and encouraging guide for everyone who wishes their horse could be the perfect riding horse Essential tools and clear step-by-step photography for training the horse and rider help you create your perfect riding horse for any discipline or level of ability Inspirational advice and ingenious tips take you through choosing the right horse, mastering the basics of groundwork, schooling and introducing jumping Perry Wood's skill as a coach of both horses and people puts these effective methods within easy grasp of everyone, transforming any rider into a real trainer

How To Cure Yourself Of Positive Thinking

by Donald G. Smith

This author that this book is about truth, reality. While providing a unique, humorous and philosophical look at positive thinking, he shares a system of thinking that strives for balance and acknowledges hegativism as a valid, and sometimes necessary (and more honest) response. Want a job in a certain field? His advice: get well qualified. Don't like your required college class because it is a waste of time? His advice: while wasting your time and fulfilling a meaningless requirement, get the best grade you possibly can.

How to Deal with Stress

by Stephen Palmer Cary Cooper

Straightforward, easy to read and practical, How to Deal with Stress, 3rd edition will put you back in charge of your life. Written by two internationally-recognized experts in the field of stress management, Cooper and Palmer provide a thorough understanding of the psychological causes of stress and the resulting physical effects, enabling you to build your own personal plan, improve well-being and enhance your performance at work. Full of insight and examples from real people, a brand new chapter provides a practical worksheet to help you develop your problem solving skills and reduce stress day-to-day. Crammed full of techniques on how to deal with stressed employees and colleagues, How to Deal with Stress will help you achieve the ultimate long term goal.

How to Decorate

by Prue Ruscoe Shannon Fricke

If you dream of decorating (or redecorating) your home but have no idea where to begin, this decorating workshop-in-a-book decodes an interior designer's thought process on creating a stylish home with vision and flow.The secret to those gorgeous interiors in the magazines lies not in the things that fill the rooms, but in the "decorating story" or point of view that the designer has applied to the space. With How to Decorate, learn how to create your own design concept and implement it with color, furniture, fabrics, lighting, accessorizing, and styling. This book also helps solve a decorator's biggest challenges, from working around a home's existing architecture and organizing a space, to mixing patterns and editing collections. Best of all, 150 color photographs and charming watercolor illustrations--and even a bookplate for personalizing this guide--provide inspiration that makes this book as useful as it is beautiful.Among the insider tips is information on:-Finding a dedicated space where you can organize paint samples, fabric swatches, and magazine clippings-Choosing a sofa wisely-Determining appropriate wall finishes and textures-Identifying what fabrics are right for you-Styling your decor to reinvigorate your space-Plus, the best suppliers for rugs, linens, accessories, and more"Interior design should be about telling a personal story, and Shannon Fricke has nailed it on the head with How to Decorate. Her genius tips ring true for novice and professional decorators alike, and her decorating workshop-in-a-book organization helps simplify what can be a very intimidating process. This book will empower and motivate you to tell your personal story through your home decor. Bravo, Shannon!" --Jenny Komenda, designer and founder of Little Green Notebook"How to Decorate throws out stuffy notions of doing things the 'right' way and instead invites us to imagine our homes as playgrounds for authentic self-expression. Fricke promotes the idea of decorating at its best, as a means of creating surroundings that reflect who we really are and what we love . . . while having a blast in the process!" --Camille Styles, event designer and editor of CamilleStyles.com"Shannon strikes the elusive balance between visual inspiration and practicable action. This is a book you'll both display and put to constant use." --Anne Sage, blogger and founder of The City Sage

How To Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction

by Ann Druffel

In 1988 Ann Druffel, who has researched UFOs for 40 years, discovered a little-known fact that had been drowned in abduction hysteria--documented evidence that people have successfully fended off attack by the "greys," the short, big-eyed aliens now familiar through so much popular media. Using her database of 250 case studies, including 70 "resisters," Druffel has ascertained 9 techniques that witnesses use to ward off alien entities and even break off abductions in progress. And perhaps even more astonishing, this evidence points to the possible true identity of the greys and their link to the abducting entities of myth and folklore. Alien Abduction Resistance Techniques Mental Struggle: Block their mind control Physical Struggle: Fight back Righteous Anger: Summon your inviolate rights Protective Rage: Guard your loved ones Support from Family Members: Seek strength in numbers Intuition: Sense them coming Metaphysical Methods: Create a personal shield Appeal to Spiritual Personages: Get help from on high Repellents: Use time-tested fend-off substances Complete with hair-raising true tales of courage and illustrated with eye-witness sketches,How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abductionis the only book with step-by-step instructions on what to do--and not to do--if aliens come knocking on your door.

How to Design and Build Your Ideal Woodshop (Revised Edition)

by Bill Stankus

Turn your vision of the perfect woodshop into reality! Picture your ideal woodshop: tools neatly stored within the reach, plenty of space for lumber and materials, ample ventilation, lighting and electrical outlets. Everything you need, exactly the way you want it.

How to Design Programs: An Introduction to Programming and Computing

by Matthias Felleisen Robert Bruce Findler Shriram Krishnamurthi Matthew Flatt

This introduction to programming places computer science in the core of a liberal arts education. Unlike other introductory books, it focuses on the program design process. This approach fosters a variety of skills--critical reading, analytical thinking, creative synthesis, and attention to detail--that are important for everyone, not just future computer programmers. The book exposes readers to two fundamentally new ideas. First, it presents program design guidelines that show the reader how to analyze a problem statement; how to formulate concise goals; how to make up examples; how to develop an outline of the solution, based on the analysis; how to finish the program; and how to test. Each step produces a well-defined intermediate product. Second, the book comes with a novel programming environment, the first one explicitly designed for beginners. The environment grows with the readers as they master the material in the book until it supports a full-fledged language for the whole spectrum of programming tasks. All the book's support materials are available for free on the Web. The Web site includes the environment, teacher guides, exercises for all levels, solutions, and additional projects.

How to Destroy the Universe

by Paul Parsons

If you thought physics was all about measuring the temperature of ice in a bucket or trying to fathom what E=mc2 means, think again. How to Destroy the Universe and 34 other really interesting uses of physics demystifies the astonishing world of physics in a series of intriguing, entertaining and often extraordinary scenarios--that explain key physics concepts in plain and simple language.You'll find out how to save the planet from energy shortages by mining the vacuum of empty space, engineer the Earth's climate to reverse the effects of global warming, and fend off killer asteroids just like Bruce Willis and his vest. You'll learn essential survival skills such as how to live through a lightning strike, how to tough it out during an earthquake and how to fall into a black hole without being squashed into spaghetti. And you'll discover some plain old cool stuff like how to turn lead into gold, how to travel to the centre of the Earth, how to crack supposedly unbreakable codes and how to use physics to predict the stock market.So if you want to get to grips with science behind relativity, antigravity and parallel universes, or if you are really more interested in learning how to teleport, travel through time or achieve immortality, this is the perfect introduction to the amazing world of modern physics.

How to Develop a Brilliant Memory Week by Week

by Dominic O'Brien

Few would disagree that improving our memories can enrich our lives in countless little ways - from ensuring that we remember birthdays, anniversaries and appointments to having impressive facts and figures always at our fingertips; and from recalling names and faces to being able to speak in public without notes. This book is an expert course in memory enhancement, organized in 52 key lessons, complete with self-testing. Dominic O'Brien offers us tried and tested strategies and tips that will expand your mental capacities at a realistic but impressive rate to make your memory bigger, better and sharper, week-by-week.

How to Develop a Professional Portfolio: A Manual for Teachers

by Dorothy M. Campbell Pamela Bondi Cignetti Beverly J. Melenyzer Diane Hood Nettles

This reference book will guide the reader in creating a teaching portfolio that is both functional and impressive when shown in a job interview. The end product will be centered around the teaching standards that candidates need to have knowledge of in the job market today.

How to Develop Your Children's Creativity

by Reynold Bean

A guide to help parents teach their children to become more flexible and adaptive thinkers in an ever-changing world.

How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found

by Doug Richmond

A fascinating, if somewhat dated examination of how one can go about establishing a new life and new identity.

How to Dissect: Exploring with Probe and Scalpel

by William Berman

Scientific techniques

How to Ditch Your Fairy

by Justine Larbalestier

From the author of the acclaimed Magic or Madness trilogy comes a delightful story of fairies, friendships, and a 14-year-old girl who is figuring out how to make her own magic.

How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain

by Leah Price

How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain asks how our culture came to frown on using books for any purpose other than reading. When did the coffee-table book become an object of scorn? Why did law courts forbid witnesses to kiss the Bible? What made Victorian cartoonists mock commuters who hid behind the newspaper, ladies who matched their books' binding to their dress, and servants who reduced newspapers to fish 'n' chips wrap? Shedding new light on novels by Thackeray, Dickens, the Brontës, Trollope, and Collins, as well as the urban sociology of Henry Mayhew, Leah Price also uncovers the lives and afterlives of anonymous religious tracts and household manuals. From knickknacks to wastepaper, books mattered to the Victorians in ways that cannot be explained by their printed content alone. And whether displayed, defaced, exchanged, or discarded, printed matter participated, and still participates, in a range of transactions that stretches far beyond reading. Supplementing close readings with a sensitive reconstruction of how Victorians thought and felt about books, Price offers a new model for integrating literary theory with cultural history. How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain reshapes our understanding of the interplay between words and objects in the nineteenth century and beyond.

How to Do Things with Rules

by William Twining David Miers

New to English law? Need to know how rules are made, interpreted and applied? This popular and well-established textbook will show you how. It simplifies legal method by combining examples with an account of rules in general: the who, what, why and how of interpretation. Starting with standpoint and context, it identifies factors that give rise to doubts about the interpretation of a rule and recommends a systematic approach to analysing those factors. Questions and exercises integrated in the text and on the accompanying website will help you to develop skills in reading, interpreting and arguing about legal and other rules. The text is fully updated on developments in the legislative process and the judicial interpretation of statutes and precedent. It includes a new chapter on 'The European Dimension' reflecting the changes brought about by the Human Rights Act 1998.

How to do Your Research Project

by Gary Thomas

Lecturers, why waste time waiting for the post to arrive? Click on the above icon and receive your e-inspection copy today! 'Whether embarking on research as an undergraduate or for a doctorate, Gary Thomas' book will be of great value to you. It is refreshingly different from other books about doing research: it's informative, well-written, wide-ranging yet sufficiently detailed and above all it's enjoyable to read! I recommend it highly'. Professor Peter Earley, Institute of Education, University of London Are you doing a research project? Do you need advice on how to carry out research? Using practical examples, this book takes you through what should happen at each phase in the project's schedule. Gary Thomas explains the main design frames and methods of data collection and analysis used in education and social science research, and provides down to earth advice on how to weave these elements together into a coherent whole. Structured according to the main phases of doing a project, the book covers · deciding your topic and your research question · project management and study skills · doing a literature review · methodology and research design · design frames · ethics and access · how to analyse the information you gather · discussing findings, theorising, concluding and writing up This book is an essential read for undergraduate, postgraduate, CPD and doctoral students undertaking a project in the applied social sciences. Comments from tutors: 'I loved this book! It brought research methods alive': Gill Richards ,Nottingham Trent University 'Unputdownable': Joy Jarvis ,University of Hertfordshire 'Accessible and encouraging style': Neil Stott ,Nottingham Trent University Comments from students: 'Brilliant': Alison Patterson 'Love the visual models': Susan Allan 'Filled me with optimism': Anne Cowan 'Very entertaining as well as extremely useful': Viv Brown Gary Thomas is Professor of Education at the University of Birmingham.

How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires, and Zombies

by J. David Spurlock Rob Zombie

From movies to comics to graphic novels, monsters and their ilk tap into the terror that lurks in the darkest regions of the human collective unconscious. Enduringly popular characters, from vampires to zombies, provide an exciting challenge and appeal to comics and animation artists. How to Draw Chiller Monsters, Werewolves, Vampires and Zombies features the artwork of comic-book artist and Hollywood monster designer Kerry Gammill, Gene Colan as well as Neal Adams, Jim Steranko, Jack Davis, Frank Frazetta, Basil Gogos, and Wally Wood.From the Trade Paperback edition.

How to Draw What You See

by Rudy De Reyna

When it was originally published in 1970, How to Draw What You See zoomed to the top of Watson-Guptill's best-seller list--and it has remained there ever since. "I believe that you must be able to draw things as you see them--realistically," wrote Rudy de Reyna in his introduction. Today, generations of artists have learned to draw what they see, to truly capture the world around them, using de Reyna's methods. How to Draw What You See shows artists how to recognize the basic shape of an object--cube, cylinder, cone, or sphere--and use that shape to draw the object, no matter how much detail it contains.From the Trade Paperback edition.

How to Draw Your Dragon

by Sergio Guinot

Massive fire-breathing dragons can be terrifying or kind, evil or accomplices of the hero, but they're never supporting characters, and all expert fantasy artists know how to depict them. Now, for the first time ever, a master dragon drawer reveals his secrets for doing this, taking you along for the ride as he meets these breathtaking creatures face-to-face. Inside you'll find: Easy to follow step-by-step instructions for creating realistic drawings of dragons. Dozens of different types of dragons, along with their unique anatomical and personality traits. An exploration of the digital and hand-drawing steps a dragon drawer must know.

How to Drive a Dragon Crazy

by G. A. Aiken

Some things never go away, like vile enemies, bad ale, and annoying kin. But I thought I was finished with the one dragon I'd have done anything for: Éibhear the Blue, a big, gorgeous, blue-haired beast who thinks the world belongs to him. The world and, apparently, me. So if Éibhear wants to play the caring hero and travel into the most forsaken of Gods forsaken lands to protect the one woman who doesn't need it--namely me--I'll let him. Because while I'm trying to fulfill a ridiculous quest for a pushy god, I'm going to draw this overconfident warlord much too close, rekindle his fires, and enjoy every minute of his delicious defeat. . . Praise for The Dragon Who Loved Me"A chest thumping, mead-hall rocking, enemy slaying brawl of a good book. " --All Things Urban Fantasy"Aiken aces another one. " -RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars"A hot, hot series. " --Library Journal

How to Drive Your Family Crazy... on Valentine's Day

by Dean Marney

Lizzy hates Valentine's Day. she is certainly not one to go in for all that mushiness and sap stuff. Puh-lease! Especially since she's got other things on her mind. First of all, there's this new girl at school who almost everyone thinks is "perfect"-including Lizzie's friend Scott. (It looks like he's crushing on her hardcore!) Lizzie doesn't care...much. She's got other problems to deal with-like the fact that she's seeing things no one else can see. And the big Valentine Box in her classroom is sucking people in and whisking them off to some strange dimension! No doubt about it, this is going to be the strangest Valentine's Day yet for Lizzie and company. A definite adventure. And no sap. (That's a promise).

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