Presents a guide for aspiring writers on all aspects of getting published, including writing the query letter, getting an agent, signing contracts, working with publishers, assisting in prepub publicity and marketing, and doing book tours.
Encounter the Heart of God The Passion Translation® is a heart-level Bible translation that expresses God's fiery love--merging emotion and life-changing truth. God longs to express his Word in a way that unlocks the passion of his heart. This translation will evoke an overwhelming response to the truth of the Bible, unfolding the deep mysteries of the Scriptures in the love language of God. If you are hungry for God and want to know him more intimately, The Passion Translation will help you encounter his heart and discover your purpose. Bible features include: In-depth footnotes with insightful study notes, commentary, word studies, cross references, alternate translations, and more Extensive introductions and outlines for each book Premium Bible paper Traditional two-column format Rich, contemporary font Ribbon marker What's new with the 2020 edition: Updated, revised text 16 pages of full-color maps of the Holy Land to help you: locate major New Testament narratives follow Jesus' ministry visualize the Roman Empire identify rivers, seas, and mountains Over 500 new footnotes Over 500 updated footnotes "All you thirsty ones, come to me! Come to me and drink! Believe in me so that rivers of living water will burst out from within you, flowing from your innermost being just like the Scripture says!" John 7:37-38 Every morning I lay out the pieces of my life on the altar and wait for your fire to fall upon my heart. Psalm 5:3 I continue to pray for your love to grow and increase more and more until it overflows, bringing you into the rich revelation of spiritual insight in all things. And with this revelation you will come to know God fully as he imparts to you the deepest understanding of his ways. Philippians 1:9
Exploring Colour Through Paper, Print, Fabric, Thread and Stitch
Author: Ruth Issett
Publisher: Search PressLtd
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
"Ruth Issett is passionate about colour, and in this exciting and vibrant book she explores the use of colour through her work as a textile artist, designer and embroiderer. Her highly practical approach begins with a detailed introduction to the range of colouring media, papers and fabrics available to the contemporary textile arts. She then takes the reader on an inspirational journey through all aspects of colour, including colour mixing; how to achieve intensity, vibrancy, and depth; working with opacity, transparency, and translucency; and colour selection and combination. Throughout the book, Ruth encourages the reader to experiment with and, above all, enjoy colour and the challenges it offers."--Back cover.
Cinema, Religion and the Romantic Legacy surveys the ways in which notions of religion and spirituality have impinged upon the cinema. Cinema is conceived as a post-Romantic form for which religion and spirituality can be unified only problematically. While inspecting many of the well-established themes and topoi of writing on religion and film (such as films about priests and 'Christ-figures') it also seeks to problematize them, focusing primarily upon the issues of religious representation foregrounded by such European directors as Kieslowski and Godard. Coates draws on theories of theologians, philosophers and cultural and literary critics including: Otto, Kant, Schiller and Girard. Addressing the relationship between religion and spirituality from a film studies specialist's perspective, this book offers all those concerned with film, media or religious studies an invaluable examination of artistic interaction with the theological and aesthetic issues of representation and representability. Paul Coates is Reader in Film Studies at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and author of many books including: The Gorgon's Gaze (CUP), Film at the Intersection of High and Mass Culture (CUP), The Story of the Lost Reflection (Verso).
Volume 1 contains 13 essays by leading scholars on aspects of the Ferdinand Columbus collection; Volume 2, the catalogue of prints, includes a full transcription and translation of the entries from the Seville inventory; and the accompanying CD-ROM is a searchable database of the inventory which has been included to facilitate further identification.
Chronicles the life of former United States Representative John F. Seiberling, focusing on his interest in nature and wilderness and his efforts to transform the region where he grew up into the federally protected Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Une passion française vous invite à la visite privée d'une des plus importantes collections du monde, celle de Roger Therond. Directeur général et " l'œil " de Paris Match, il montre pour la première fois son " champ de rêves " : " En trente ans, j'ai franchi les trois étapes du collectionneur: jeu, chasse, aujourd'hui sérénité. Après avoir beaucoup travaillé et beaucoup aimé, on se surprend à revenir sur ce que l'on a réuni. On s'aperçoit que s'inscrivent dans vos choix, en filigrane, votre jeunesse, vos souvenirs, vos fantasmes, avoués ou non. On se trouve sans s'être cherché. Votre démarche est privée et rêvée. Comment S'imposent le port de Sète, et Rome, et Athènes et Istanbul, et l'Egypte des Pharaons et notre Narbonnaise ? Que viennent faire ici les réminiscences d'une France médiévale et son accès à la modernité ? Et la gloire et la chute de l'Empire ? Pourquoi s'attarder sur ces hommes et ces femmes du XXe siècle qui allaient bouleverser l'art de la photographie ? Est-ce le fruit d'une élaboration peaufinée, d'un hasard productif, d'une volonté secrète ? D'une nonchalance égocentrique ?... Quoi qu'il en soit, montrer sa collection c'est la perdre. Elle est à vous. " Une passion française is a private tour of one of the world's major collections of vintage photographs, that of Roger Therond, Editor in Chief and "The Eye" of Paris Match. It present for the first time what he calls his "Dream Sampler": "In thirty years, 1 have passed through the three phases of collecting: play, hunt, and today serenity. After having worked and loved a great deal, 1 catch myself thinking again about what I have assembled. I realize that my choices were interwoven with memories of youth and fantasies, whether conscious or not. We find ourselves without having looked for ourselves. It is a private way, like dreaming. What connects the port of Sète and Rome, Athens and Istanbul ? The Egypt of the pharaohs and the Narbonnaise ? Why these memories of medieval France and its march into modernity ? Or the rise and fall of the Empire ? Why dwell on these 20thcentury men and women who were to revolutionize the art of photography ? Is it a product of refined elaboration, creative chance, a secret will, or egocentric whim ? ... Whatever, to show a collection is to lose it. Now it is yours".