Books by Publisher: How To Books

    How to Make a Fortune on the Internet

    By Ajay Ahuja

    Paperback £9.29

    If you can point and click a mouse, type on a keyboard and have a basic grasp of the English language then you can make a fortune on the internet if you know what to do. This book will show you exactly what to do. You will learn how to:...

    Making Money from Stocks and Shares

    By Jamie E Smith

    Paperback £10.04

    Many people are intimidated by the stock market and choose instead to put their money into savings accounts that pay very little. They believe that: - Buying shares is too risky - Buying shares is too complicated - You need a lot of money for it to be worthwhile. But...


    By Paul Power

    Paperback £13.04

    You don't need pots of money to start your own gardening business. With this book and a willingness to learn, you could soon be enjoying a profitable and enormously satisfying career doing something you love. Whether your aspirations are simply to sell a selection of home grown plants from the...

    Father of the Bride 2nd Edition

    By John Bowden

    Paperback £8.54

    Weddings have come a long way since the first etiquette books were written. Today families come in such variety that more and more couples are sensibly throwing etiquette to the wind and relying instead on their own common sense. So where does the father of the bride fit into all...

    Managing Difficult People

    By Alan Fairweather

    Paperback £10.04

    Dealing with difficult customers, colleagues, uncooperative staff, a manipulative boss - or an irritating neighbour - is a challenge many people face on a day-to-day basis. People in business are now under extreme pressure to make things happen, get more sales and turn a profit. This constant pressure or fear...

    How to Write your first Novel

    By Sophie King

    Paperback £10.04

    Have you always wanted to write a novel - but don't know where to start? Novelist Sophie King will guide you through the first steps from finding ideas that will keep the plot going, to crafting the perfect ending. It will help you create characters that sing from the page...

    How To Trace Your Irish Ancestors

    By Ian Maxwell

    Paperback £11.54

    Highlights some of the important documentary evidence available to the family historians researching Irish ancestry. This title offers researchers what is available locally and online.

    Working in the Music Industry 3rd Ed

    By Anna Britten

    Paperback £9.29

    Explores various career areas - record companies, music publishing, and sound engineering. This book presents practical advice. It features case studies and top tips on finding and getting jobs.

    Starting & Running your own Coaching Business

    By Aryanne Oade

    Paperback £11.54

    Guides you through a comprehensive, practical and personalised process as you negotiate the pitfalls and reap the rewards of starting your own coaching business. This title helps to establish and develop your coaching practice by identifying how you will handle each of ten key aspects of your business

    Healing the Hurt Within

    By Jan Sutton

    Paperback £14.54

    Providing insight into the lives and minds of those who self-injure, this book includes statistical data, diagrams, resources, case studies, testimonies, and self-help activities. It offers solace, hope, and direction to those who self-injure and guidance to family and friends supporting a loved one who self-injures.

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