Friday, 26 June 2015

Book

This is an instructional manual written to teach Nigerians how to create information products(ebooks), market them professionally and make money online. We noticed that the bad economy has forced Nigerians to look for how to make money online. IThis book treats everything any serious-minded person needs to make a living online. In this book, you'll learn the following: a. How to generate ideas for your book b. The hottest topics to write on c. Top forums to advertise for free, and how to do it effectively d. How to set the right price for your book e. How to collect your money. The secret to the online success stories of this world has been that of: 1. Perseverance 2. Creative thinking 3. Developing the right attitude and mindset. 4. Hard work This book serves as a means of financial empowerment for the following categories of people: a. The unemployed b. Students c. Workers who want to earn extra income. d. Retirees.

Friday, 5 June 2015

Facts about ovarian cyst women must know




Ovarian Cyst is one of the most feared ailments afflicting the female population in the 21st century. For a better understanding, ovarian cyst is a tiny collection of fluid which is surrounded with a thin wall inside the ovary. If a woman has ovarian cyst, it doesn't really entail that she has cancer. You have to note that not all cysts are cancerous. But, some are. This goes to say that if a woman has ovarian
cyst, it may lead to cancer. However, the risk level is higher when she has reached menopause. I mean, between 45 years and 50 years. Well, it all depends on the woman. Consequently, there are some scary facts about ovarian cyst which every woman must know:
1. It causes stress
2. It causes severe pain at the abdominal region.
Thousands of women have been cured and saved from ovarian cyst just by knowing the facts, symptoms and solution to the problem. These women who live all over the world are very thankful to what they saw online. It might interest you to know that ovarian cyst is treated with medication.
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LIFE AND TIME OF AMY WINEHOUSE




At some point we all have to leave this world. Death is something that we can’t avoid in no way, we never know at what time or when it will happen, but we do know it will come to us.

“I feel very sorry because one of the people I most wanted is gone forever from this world, I will miss you so much my dear sister (AMY WINEHOUSE), and I just hope that the Lord has you in His holy glory.”

Amy Winehouse was born in London, England, on the 14th of September, 1983. Amy Winehouse broke into the music business, at the age of 16. At this stage, a classmate passed on her demo tape. She signed her first record deal as a jazz vocalist, and her music later grew into a blend of jazz, pop, soul and Rhythm and blues. She won five Grammy Awards for her 2006 album Back to Black, and earned praise for songs like "Rehab," "Back to Black" and "Valerie." (Which were hit-songs).

Later, she was expelled for "not applying herself" and piercing her nose. That same year, she caught her first big break when a schoolmate and close friend, pop singer Tyler James, passed her demo tape to his label, A&R, who was searching for a jazz vocalist. The opportunity led her to a record deal with Island/Universal, which brought her to limelight. During this time, Winehouse began developing a reputation as an unstable party girl, often showing up to her club or TV performances too drunk to sing a whole set. She also started a tumultuous, on-again-off-again relationship with music video assistant, Blake Fielder-Civil, who admitted to introducing Winehouse to hard drugs. In public, the couples' arguments often devolved into fist-fights and dramatic scenes. Just too bad!

By 2006, her management company finally suggested that Winehouse enter rehab for alcohol abuse. Instead, she dumped the company and turned the experience into the lead single for her second, critically applauded, album, Back to Black. The song "Rehab," which discussed her refusal to receive treatment for substance abuse, became an instant Top 10 hit in the United Kingdom, and earned the artist another Ivor Novello award for best contemporary song.For your convenience, download the full news. but, be sure to complete an offer before downloading. DOWNLOAD