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Some real people even manage to live their dream. Volume one of the fantasy trilogy promise () cheese cover summer ) is as amazon Print Edition ISBN-10: 3942802201 / ISBN-13: 978-3942802208 or as amazon E-book under ASIN: B008R2UG8E available. The child in the woman staying young through dreams – the author Waltraud Grampp Waltraud Grampp succumbed to the fascination of fictional writing early. What she used as a hobby for a lifetime, remained a long time right there, where the gray everyday life makes it in many cases: in the drawer. As a good wine needs his years of maturity, also the writing talent of the humorous woman seemed like a long time to mature. It was late ready: a first novel was released. Robert Iger addresses the importance of the matter here. Quickly understood them – and it consistently in her novels – the infinite hypothetical possibilities of imagination. Once the blood of success leaked, uses Waltraud Grampp her informal style of writing finally permanently.

Then season it probably dose, your own life experience, and things that are close to you, for example, their personal lives fascination Ireland. Finally, she decorated the whole thing with a lot of humor (what they and their heroes and heroines have plenty) and entertains its readers on the most delicious. Also read before people is a treat for audience and author (Visual and audible)! Amazing insights from real-life stuck between their lines in all serenity. The Publisher behind Waltraud Grampp, the “promise”and 2007 the Noel-Oberhausen as a family business was founded in other books. Ideal, dynamically in the Act, aims to promote young writers – young in the sense of the beginnings of writing, fictitious or autobiographical. The Publishing philosophy encourages newcomers of all ages right: “it does not come as an author in the world.

But you can – if one strives one. We want to help! In the publishing program fantasy, mystery, science fiction, crime, humor, children’s and youth literature, as well as animal themes are included. A particular concern is the Noel-Verlag Oberhausen the protection of and understanding of animals. Therefore, the novels to destinies of dog, Guinea pig communication and unique human-animal relationships are not only part of the publishing house program, but real affair of the heart. With the proceeds of the novels and anthologies of competition in this area, the publishing team supports institutions to protect, the supply and the placement of animals.

MIM Marken Institute Munchen GmbH

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“Summer freshness instead of advertising recession: marketing journal marke41 scent of summer freshness instead of advertising slowdown” promises the new edition of the marke41 marketing journal and smells of lemon. “” The author magazine focuses on pure premium contributions Kirsten missions field, Marketing Director of the Warsteiner brewery”, by Stephan Merkens, head of advertising at the Cologne-Bonn airport with airport there’s no silly season” and Hans-Joachim Strauch, Managing Director of ZDF commercial television about advertising effectiveness through sales-relevant target group definitions “. The author journal marke41 is the communication platform of the brand makers. (Similarly see: Leslie Moonves). Exclusive contributions from first-class know-how from the practice and offer reliable and competent guidance marketing. Our authors, their practical case studies, tools and forecasting are what counts,”says Publisher and editor-in-Chief Friedrich M.

Kirn, MIM Marken Institut Munchen GmbH… For more information see this site: Discovery Communications. E-Journal, blog and increased print run (6,200 copies) with a refined cover for even more attention. “Kirn: high-quality content deserve a special look and feel.” marke41 E-Journal now free at other topics of the issue 3/2010: between loss of control and relevance loss brands on the way to the Dialogic Web Christian Faltin, Managing Director of cocodibu GmbH profitable channel management by professionelleMehrkanalsysteme Prof. Dr. Marcus Schogel, Director of the Institute for marketing the University of St.