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365 consejos para mejorar tu inglés: Elimina tu spanglish y habla como un nativo (Spanish Edition)

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Este libro es una colección de 365 consejos que te ayudarán a descubrir los errores que siempre has cometido desde que te enfrentaste por primera vez a “Begin, Began, Begun”. ¡Transformará tu forma de aprender inglés y te demostrará que tu subconsciente es la fuente de tu spanglish y uno de tus principales enemigos a la hora de aprender inglés! Puedes leer un consejo cada día, aunque estamos seguros de que te van a resultar tan útiles que no vas a poder leer solo uno. Así que, siéntate y agarrate fuerte! El viaje será intenso pero fascinante!
Author: Daniel Smith
Publication date: 12/15/2018
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 395 pages

Storykeeper (Nine-Rivers Valley Book 1)

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“A stunning novel and a joy to read” Helen Hollick, Managing Editor - Historical Novel Society (Editor’s Choice) “Smith writes fluidly, and the society he depicts is intriguingly complex.” - Kirkus Reviews“Steeped in immediacy and vivid detail.” D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer - Midwest Book ReviewThe first recorded Europeans to cross the Mississippi River reached the western shore on June 18, 1541. Hernando De Soto and his army of three hundred and fifty conquistadors spent the next year and a half conquering the nations in the fertile flood plains of eastern Arkansas.Three surviving sixteenth-century journals written during the expedition detailed a complex array of twelve different nations. Each had separate beliefs, languages, and interconnected villages with capital towns comparable in size to European cities of the time. Through these densely populated sites, the Spanish carried a host of deadly old-world diseases, a powerful new religion, and war.No other Europeans ventured into this land until French explorers arrived one hundred and thirty years later. They found nothing of the people or the towns that the Spanish had so vividly described. For those lost nations, the only hope that their stories, their last remaining essence will ever be heard again lies with one unlikely Storykeeper.~~~Editorial Reviews of Storykeeper, winner of Best Indie Book Award 2013“‘A man without a story is one without a past,’ Smith writes, ‘and a man without a past is one without wisdom.’ By the time readers have wandered freely through the strange realm of the Storykeeper, they may well find those words more prophetic, and more powerful.” – Kirkus Reviews“Storykeeper is a complex read . . . With both perspective and time in flux, readers are carried along on a historical and cultural journey that, while compelling, requires attention to detail: not for those seeking light entertainment, it's a saga that demands - and deserves - careful reading and contemplation.” D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer - Midwest Book Review“I was not only entertained by this book, but educated about a period of history of which I knew nothing. I loved the chapter structure which has a rhythm of its own, all wrapped in an attractive and appropriate cover. I have no hesitation in recommending this book no matter where your historical interest may lie. I give it 5 stars!” Helen Hollick, Managing Editor - Historical Novel Society (Editor’s Choice)“Smith has created a wealth of history and culture that will make you weep. Creating words and phrases with a poetic sense, building a feel for Native American culture that feels so genuine and, yet, is eminently readable.” Kathy Davie - Books, Movies, Reviews!“I love this story, and I applaud Daniel A. Smith on his diligent research. Smith writes some strong characters in this gripping story. Every human emotion is engaged, and at times I felt like I was right there with Manaha and the tribes who fought against DeSoto. Superbly done. I'm sure I will be reading this book again.” SK - The Jelly Bomb Review“The book's images, enhanced by objective historical writing are portals into the distant past, sometimes humorous, often heartbreaking, but always illuminating.” Fred Petrucelli - Log Cabin
Published by: Daniel A. Smith | Publication date: 03/04/2012
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 354 pages

Banned Body Language Secrets: EX CIA Agent Reveals How To Read Anyone Like A Book And Master The Art Of Non-Verbal Communication

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Do you struggle to get your point across to people? Do you ever feel like you are somehow weak and ineffectual in the way you communicate? Perhaps others just don't take you seriously. There is no easy fix for all of your problems. However, whatever those problems are, if social interaction is involved then a firm grip on the tenets of non-verbal communication can make it better. Your Mom wasn't just blowing hot air when she told you to “Stand up straight”, because “you slouch too much.” Mom knows: there is wisdom in those words, for the way we carried ourselves says a great deal about our character, our self-respect, and who we are.No one knows more about body language than CIA agents, and it just so happens that we've got access to one who is willing to spill all the secrets about how to read non-verbal cues and body language. While he will remain nameless of course, you will get an unfettered look at the mind of someone who not only listens to what people say, but watches intensely what they do to detect for signs of graft, deceit, and danger.In this book entitled Banned Body Language Secrets by author Daniel Smith we will look at how relationships, work, and personal safety can all be vastly improved by diving into the body language “rabbit hole”. You won't imagine how deep it really goes, and utilizing these age old tricks will have you at the center of attention, or flying low under the radar depending on how you choose to use them. So “keep your chin up” and your backbone straight as we delve into the often unnoticed world of how humans really communicate.
Author: Daniel Smith
Published by: Make Profits Easy LLC | Publication date: 06/16/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 214 pages

My Friend the Enemy

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Peter feels compelled to help a wounded German pilot, but he doesn't want to be a traitor--especially not to his father, who is off fighting the Nazis. A moving story about the moral dilemmas of war.Summer 1941: For Peter, the war is a long way away, being fought by his father and thousands of other British soldiers against the faceless threat of Nazism. But war comes frighteningly close to home one night when a German jet is shot down over the neighboring woods. With his feisty new friend Kim, Peter rushes to the crash site to see if there's anything he can salvage. What he finds instead is a German airman. The enemy. Seriously wounded and in need of aid...Continuing in the tradition of thought-provoking literature about the Second World War, Dan Smith's MY FRIEND THE ENEMY is a thrilling adventure that also personalizes the moral dilemmas faced by the children left behind on the home front.
Author: Daniel Smith
Published by: The Chicken House | Publication date: 08/26/2014
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 293 pages

An American Betrayal: Cherokee Patriots and the Trail of Tears

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The fierce battle over identity and patriotism within Cherokee culture that took place in the years surrounding the Trail of TearsThough the tragedy of the Trail of Tears is widely recognized today, the pervasive effects of the tribe's uprooting have never been examined in detail. Despite the Cherokees' efforts to assimilate with the dominant white culture—running their own newspaper, ratifying a constitution based on that of the United States—they were never able to integrate fully with white men in the New World.In An American Betrayal, Daniel Blake Smith's vivid prose brings to life a host of memorable characters: the veteran Indian-fighter Andrew Jackson, who adopted a young Indian boy into his home; Chief John Ross, only one-eighth Cherokee, who commanded the loyalty of most Cherokees because of his relentless effort to remain on their native soil; most dramatically, the dissenters in Cherokee country—especially Elias Boudinot and John Ridge, gifted young men who were educated in a New England academy but whose marriages to local white girls erupted in racial epithets, effigy burnings, and the closing of the school.Smith, an award-winning historian, offers an eye-opening view of why neither assimilation nor Cherokee independence could succeed in Jacksonian America.
Published by: Henry Holt and Co. | Publication date: 11/08/2011
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 336 pages

Into the World of the New Testament: Greco-Roman and Jewish Texts and Contexts

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Daniel Lynwood Smith orients readers of the New Testament to its historical and cultural settings, introducing the cast of characters, and illuminating key concepts by exploring their use in ancient texts. Smith includes quotations from many primary sources including Josephus, Tacitus, the Qumran Community, Pliny the Younger, and other carefully chosen texts from lesser-known ancient sources. These texts are all carefully woven together with commentary, to provide a narrative framework for the material and guide students through the text. A glossary of complex terms is provided, to make everything as clear as possible for the newcomer to New Testament studies.This integrative approach both introduces the key sources to the reader and elaborates on their significance for understanding the New Testament. In an admirably concise format Smith is able to cover the military-political history of Israel-Palestine, the messianic movements of Second Temple Judaism, the ancient practice of crucifixion and the development of the Christian canon. Through immersion in these ancient Jewish, Christian, and Greco-Roman texts and contexts, contemporary readers take a step closer to experiencing the New Testament with first-century eyes and ears.
Published by: T&T Clark | Publication date: 01/29/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 256 pages

Assignment: Pentagon: How to Excel in a Bureaucracy

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Since the first edition of Assignment: Pentagon was published in 1988, great changes have occurred in the international environment, the application of U.S. national security strategy, and the manner in which the Pentagon functions. Now in its fourth printing and with a coauthor to lend a different perspective, Assignment: Pentagon remains the best book for anyone who works for the Pentagon, or for any big bureaucracy for that matter.Eminently readable, Assignment: Pentagon is the essential guide for the newly assigned military person, fresh civilian, and interested outsider to the Pentagon’s informal set of arrangements, networks, and functions that operate in the service and joint service world. From the type of wristwatch one needs to how to succeed on the Joint Staff, the book delivers a wealth of practical advice and helpful hints about surviving the pressures and problems of working in “The Building.” If you’ve been assigned to the Pentagon or are starting work for any large company, you need Assignment: Pentagon.
Published by: Potomac Books Inc. | Publication date: 06/30/2007
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 288 pages

Banned Methods Of Persuasion: How To Covertly Convince, Influence, Persuade, And Negotiate With Anyone To Get Them To Do What You Want

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It is a question as old as man: how do I get others to do what I want? How do I bend the will of the people around me to the point where it is more in line with my deepest hopes and desires? And most importantly, how do I do it in such a way that no one is even aware I’ve done anything at all? Human psychology, empathy, perception, common sense, secrecy and graft: these are the topics that author Daniel Smith will discuss in his book on persuasion, in which he seeks to answer these and other age old questions about influencing and persuading others.In his book entitled Banned Methods of Persuasion, the author provides an in depth guide to the many techniques and methods for becoming the grey eminence you were always meant to be. Whether it is high stakes political intrigue, office diplomacy, manipulating those who seek to take advantage of you, or even just getting a date, this book explains critical points of human interaction in easy to understand, casual language.Some of the information found within may be hard to handle- controversial even, but with detailed study of our time-honored methods, even the shiest and most withdrawn person may find themselves in an increasingly powerful social position. Knowledge awaits!
Author: Daniel Smith
Publication date: 07/22/2015
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 220 pages

Monkey Mind: A Memoir of Anxiety

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Daniel Smith’s Monkey Mind is the stunning articulation of what it is like to live with anxiety. As he travels through anxiety’s demonic layers, Smith defangs the disorder with great humor and evocatively expresses its self-destructive absurdities and painful internal coherence. Aaron Beck, the most influential doctor in modern psychotherapy, says that “Monkey Mind does for anxiety what William Styron’s Darkness Visible did for depression.” Neurologist and bestselling writer Oliver Sacks says, “I read Monkey Mind with admiration for its bravery and clarity….I broke out into explosive laughter again and again.” Here, finally, comes relief and recognition to all those who want someone to put what they feel, or what their loved ones feel, into words.
Author: Daniel Smith
Published by: Simon & Schuster | Publication date: 07/03/2012
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 226 pages

Daniel and the Revelation

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Centenary Edition. Text and paging from 1912 edition with illustrations from the 1907 edition. The response of history to the voice of prophecy. A verse-by-verse study of the Bible books of Daniel and The Revelation, first published as separate books in 1867 (Revelation) and 1873 (Daniel). Revised several times by the author before his death in 1903, with editorial additions in this text. The original book was almost 800 pages, this Kindle edition contains the complete text including footnotes. Indexes have been left out for brevity.
Author: Uriah Smith
Publication date: 11/08/2013
Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 918 pages
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