Tuesday , December 6 2022

Instructional Books

Book Review: ‘Online Marketing for Busy Authors: A Step-by-Step Guide’ by Fauzia Burke

Fauzia Burke knows every element of author marketing and includes a powerful section on agents and major publishers, to help you identify the best avenue for your online marketing plan. With "Online Marketing for Busy Authors: A Step-by-Step Guide" you not only have a template, but a step-by-step roadmap to success.

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Book Review: ‘Therese Makes a Tapestry’ By Alexandra S.D. Hinrichs and Illustrated by Renee Graef

'Therese Makes a Tapestry' is a wonderful reader; the Illustration is beautiful and the history takes you to a time long gone. This work is a true treasure for your child’s library.

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Book Review: ‘Learning C++ by Creating Games with UE4’ by William Sherif

This book is focused primarily on C++ coding and not on learning Unreal Engine 4. While coding is an essential component of game development, newcomers might benefit from a little more instruction on the editor itself.

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Book Review: ‘The Filmmaker’s Guide to Digital Imaging’ by Blain Brown

If you'd like to be a cinematographer, camera assistant, or postproduction artist, or just understand the nitty gritty of modern video production, this is the book for you. Blain Brown, who has worked in the film industry as a cinematographer, producer, director and screenwriter for 25 years, brings his entertainment and technical expertise to a subject which is critical for your success.

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