What’s Your Story Wednesdays: Naturally Bookish – The Twilight Saga

Title: Twilight (The Twilight Saga)

What can be said about this series that true Twi-hards don’t already know? Though it only took three months to write, Twilight, stole the hearts of pre-teens worldwide and created an international phenomenon that has grossed over $3.3 billion in worldwide receipts at the Box Office. The series was written by Stephenie Meyer whose Mormon faith influenced her characters and style of writing. Publishing of the books began in 2005, and ended in 2008 as production of the first movie began. The books are published through Little, Brown and Company and has been translated into over 38 languages. Though praised for it’s popularity, The Saga is often harshly criticised for ‘poor writing’, stripped down characters and the belief that Bella is a ‘damsel in distress’.

Author: Stephenie Meyer

An author who has probably had her name mispelled even more than mine, Stephenie Meyer attributes her name as  a gift from her father, Stephen. She was awarded a National Merit Scholarship, and used it to pay her way to Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah. An English major, her concentration was in literature instead of creative writing. She  says can’t write without music, and her biggest muse is, the band, Muse.

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What’s Your Story Wednesdays: Kahlil “Mr. Residuals” Jackson – The Twelve Laws Of Success

 

Title: The Twelve Universal Laws of Success

Described as a success-cookbook filled with recipes for personal change and growth.  The Twelve Universal Laws of Success is said to be perfect for readers who want to quickly learn the laws of success and put their knowledge into action. Each universal law is presented showing its biblical and metaphysical foundations while demonstrating step-by-step action techniques to apply the law and get results. A self-help book that uses Biblical principles to facilitate personal development.

Author: Dr. Herbert Harris

Dr. Herbert Harris is an author, speaker and retired attorney. He is a graduate of Columbia University in New York City who has authored numerous books including How to Make Money in Music, a highly popular guide book to the music industry, The Golden Twelve Universal Rules for Achieving Success and Power Thoughts for Your Success.

Herbert’s most popular book, The Twelve Universal Laws of Success, provides an organized, straight forward, step-by-step approach to basic success principles and the laws of the universe under which they operate. It is an international best-seller in numerous countries including Canada, China, Czechoslovakia, India, Italy, Mexico, Romania and Saudi Arabia.

 

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What’s Your Story Wednesdays: Pearline Cooke of T.A.G & T.A.G. Dolls – Matthew 7:6

 

Title: Matthew 7:6

Give not that which is holy unto the dogs, neither cast. ye your pearls before swine, lest they trample them. under their feet, and turn again and rend you.

Book: The Bible

 

The Bible is not a single work but a collection of works from a wide variety of authors, such as shepherds, kings, farmers, priests, poets, scribes, and fisherman. Authors also include traitors, embezzlers, adulterers, murders, and auditors. The word “bible” is from the Greek ta biblia, which means “the scrolls” or “the books.” The word is derived from the ancient city of Byblos, which was the official supplier of paper products to the ancient world. Over 100 million copies of the Bible are sold each year. In 1631, a publishing company published a Bible with the typo “Thou Shalt Commit Adultery.” Only 9 of these Bibles, known as the “Sinners’ Bible” exist today. The full Bible has been translated into 532 languages. It has been partially translated into 2,883 languages.

 

 

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What’s Your Story Wednesdays: Jeannine A. Cook of Harriet’s BookShop – She Came To Slay

Title: She Came To Slay

A new way to look at one of the nation’s most influential women, She Came To Slay, shares Filled rare outtakes of commentary, an expansive timeline of Harriet Tubman’s life, new photos as well as those already in public domain, and commissioned illustrations. She Came To Slay includes sections like, “Harriet By the Numbers”, detailing her life by the number of times she went back down south, approximately how many people she rescued, the bounty on her head etc.  as well as a section titled “Harriet’s Homies”,  dedicated to those who supported her over the years.  She Came To Slay is a insightful mix of pop culture and scholastic diligence proving that Queen Harriet  absolutely deserves her crown and her permanent place in our nation’s history.

Author: Erica Armstrong Dunbar

Very little is available about Erica Armstrong Dunbar outside of her professional and scholastic achievements. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia, Pa.  Erica Armstrong Dunbar has had a notable academic career. Currently a CHARLES AND MARY BEARD PROFESSOR OF HISTORY at Rutgers University. Dunbar specializes in African-American and US History as well as Women’s and Gender History. After Attending University of Penn she then earned an M.A. and Ph.D from Columbia University. Her first book was A Fragile Freedom: African American Women and Emancipation in the Antebellum City, published by Yale University Press in 2008. Dunbar taught at the University of Delaware before joining Rutgers in 2017. In November 2018 Dunbar was named joint winner of the Frederick Douglass Prize for Never Caught: The Washingtons’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge.

 

 

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