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When you next need to take a well-deserved break from your home business or freelance home office, consider Fayrer...


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CREATE A SUCCESSFUL WEBSITE is ideal for anyone who wants to create a website. It has been written for a range of different PROFESSIONAL CONSUMERS, such as artists, actors, sports personalities and even someone creating a...

The Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang by John Ayto and John Simpson. There’s no end to the ‘mind-blowing’ power of Modern Slang. As a mouse is electronically wired to a laptop so too will this dictionary become an intravenous drip to a writer. Hey ho, writers and authors ... read on!
A Writer's Guide to the Zodiac: How the Stars Can Help You Understand Your Characters.  This book is a MUST for all authors, novelists, writers, aspiring writers and self published writers!
Oxford Good English by John Ayto is simple to use and has most of the answers to everyday queries about English usage. It is a handy guide in a kinda-pocket size so easy to take out and about if you are an aspiring writer working in coffee shops or getting inspiration from your local village common.
Book Review on Shaa Wasmund and Richard Newton's Stop Talking Start Doing.  Have you got an itch to start your own home business, start freelancing, go to the North Pole, retrain for a new career, lose weight, get promoted, learn to play the ukulele?
‘From Search Marketing right through to PR and Optimisation, Pimp My Site is a must-have for anyone confronting the challenge of pimping a website’, Karen Hanton, MBE, founder of ‘Easy to read, understand and implement’ Irish Tatler