How to write a textbook

by on December 31, 2012

Are you a college instructor or a longtime professional in a certain field? Have you ever thought about writing your own textbook on a subject with which you are confident and knowledgeable about? If so, there are several factors you should consider before moving forward with this task. The first thing you should do is […]

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Author Profile: R.L. Stine

by on December 30, 2012

Who has been called “the Stephen King of children’s literature?” His name is R.L. Stine. Robert Lawrence Stine, more commonly known as R.L. Stine, has authored hundreds of horror fiction books for young readers. Stine was born in 1943 in Columbus, Ohio. He gained an interest in writing at the age of nine when he […]

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Author Profile: Robert Frost

by on December 29, 2012

Poetry is a form of writing that most students read and learn how to do themselves in school. From the short haiku to the more complex sonnet, there is a lot of thought that goes into writing poems of any length. In terms of American poets, there is one who stands out from the rest […]

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Book Review: A Tale of Two Cities

by on December 28, 2012

The New York Times has gained a reputation for putting out lists of the best-selling books on the market. However, do you know what the best-selling book of all time actually is? You might be a bit surprised. According to numerous sources that track book sales and frequency in stores or libraries, there is a […]

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Author Profile: Roald Dahl

by on December 27, 2012

When it comes to kids and reading, there are certain authors that stand out in kids’ minds. There are even fewer whom these kids actually remember when they get older. Roald Dahl is one of those authors. Dahl was born in Wales in the United Kingdom in 1916. He served as a fighter pilot and […]

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Texas Southern Bookstore – Houston Textbooks

by on December 26, 2012

Texas Southern University is a large public university located in the city of Houston, Texas. Also known as TSU for short, the university first opened its doors to students in 1927. Today it enrolls over 10,000 college students. Texas Southern is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). In terms of athletics, […]

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