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Awesome Ebook Ideas You Can Profit From - The Simple and Easy Manual to Starting Your Very Own Online Business ASAP [NOOK Book]

Awesome Ebook Ideas You Can Profit From - The Simple and Easy Manual to Starting Your Very Own Online Business ASAP

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Overview

If you are short on ideas, or titles for
your next e-book This great bonus is almost
guaranteed to get your brain going!
In fact, that's to this bonus you'll
probably never be stuck for e-book ideas or
titles ever again!
So let's get started...
Internet marketing
1. 54 ways to make $100,000 a year with the
power of the Internet
2. How to create short reports and sell them
on ebay
3. 54 ways to make more money with affiliate
programs
4. Casino affiliate programs exposed
5. Beginners Guide To Internet Marketing
6. How To Find Untapped Markets With Pay
Per Click Search Engines
7. How to become a super affiliate on a
budget
8. Ezine advertising made easy. The
essential guide to Ezine advertising on a
budget
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013113275
  • Publisher: Caring & Sharing
  • Publication date: 8/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 25
  • File size: 139 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Starrykit, author of the Runningkit Chronicles

    Awesome!

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    Posted March 13, 2013

    Author of newstars fate

    Wow! Thats awesome!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Awsome!

    Awsome, just PLEASE don't leave us hanging! Otherwise, the story is cool with a capital C!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2013

    Awesome two

    Love it!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 12, 2013

    Brambleblood's Story: The Curse of the Death Tree (part 4)

    The trio of cats spun around wildly. They could hear Brambleblood's voice getting closer. "Run!!!!!!!" Fernwhisker yowled. They sprinted to ChaosClan camp. They were intruding into their camp, but they will hopefully understand. As the cats emerged into the camp, they saw something horrible. The cat up in the trees who they heard WASN'T Brableblood- it was a ChaosClan warrior hunting a squirrel or something. ChaosClan already had half of their clan dead from coming too close to the Death Tree and the ones who are still living are underfed because it is a big risk to go out to hunt. So the horrible thing that they saw was the real Brambleblood attacking the remaining cats, and, in spite of ChaosClan's hunger, it was really easy for Brambleblood to fight the scrawny cats. Anf Brambleblood was winning.
    "We need to help those cats!" Exclaimed Cloudear. The three cats ran in and shoved Brambleblood of of a queen.
    "What are you doing?" The queen hissed. "We don't need any Stoneclan warriors helping us!"
    "Oh, yes you do!" Said Dogclaw. Brambleblood hissed. There were bramble thorns all over his ragged pelt. "I'm going to take over the clans, one by one, and you can't do anything about it!" Said Brambleblood. That's when Cloudear lunged for his throat. But Brambleblood stepped to the side and Cloudear skidded his face across the ground. Brambleblood jumped for him and Cloudear struggled to move forward and block him, but he didn't go far enough. Brambleblood tore Cloudear's tai off! Fernwhisker was outraged. A few sun-rises ago, Cloudear and Fernwhisker said that they loved each other. So she was furious seeing him tear off her mate's tail. Fernwhisker lunged and held Brambleblood down while Dogclaw ran up and knocked him unconcioud with a blow to his head. Everyone stared at Brambleblood's unconcious body for a moment. Everything happened so fast. "Hurry up! Someone kill him before he wakes up!" A cat yelled in the mob. Then, Brambleblood woke up. Everyone was tensed and waiting f him to strike. But he didn't. His gaze got softer. And it was truely shocking what he said next, expecially for someone who believes in the Dark Forest instead of StarClan. "I-... I got a message in my sleep." He said. "From who?" A ChaosClan cat said. "The Dark Forest?" "No," he replied. "StarClan"

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