Creative You By Otto Kroeger

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Creative You By Otto Kroeger
Whether you can admit it to yourself or not, you are creative.In today?s complex world, creativity is the key to finding and living your passion. Whatever that passion is?cooking, technology, writing, or even plumbing?Creative You reveals your own personal style of creativity to heLp you build an environment of innovation at work and home.Discover your creative personality type with a simple quiz and detailed descriptions of the sixteen person­ality types. Plus, tools and techniques show you how to apply creativity to your everyday life. Drop excuses like I?m too old to start being creative and creativity is only for artists. Confidently use creativity to live your passion by using your natural style. Whether you are starting from scratch or enhancing an already developed skill, discover the creative you that you?ve been searching for

The Children of Witches By Sherri Smith

The Children of Witches By Sherri Smith
The Children of Witches By Sherri Smith

Married to a drunken tavern-keeper, Anna Wirth takes solace in her two sons, hard-working Konrad and the beautiful, flaxen-haired Manfred, who sings like an angel and who, some say, has been touched by God. But at the same time, Anna is desperate to prevent people finding out the truth about h

Er younger son. That he is not like other children: he does not communicate, doesn't make eye contact, lives in his own private world, endlessly collecting and arranging piles of leaves and stones. When rumours of witchcraft sweep through the town, Manfred is seized by those who would use him to pursue their own agenda. As innocent townsfolk are accused, a climate of fear prevails. No one is safe - and at the heart of the terror is Anna's own son. As the death toll mounts, Anna realizes there is only one way to stop the madness. But can she act against a mother's deepest instincts?


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