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Okinda's Profile

Okinda's Profile
Regional Director World Link Press Publishers Edward Okinda I first taught at Maranda High School after A levels, then was posted to teach at Onjiko High School after training as a teacher. At Onjiko I achieved a mean grade after my subject registered 48 distinctions out of the 54 distinctions the school had in the 14 subjects it offered . I was then employed to teach at Afraha High school who offered me double pay. At a Afraha I was assigned to teach Christian religious Education at A levels where again I managed 9 A’s and 37 B’s out 10 A’s and 44 B’s the school produce in the 8 subject it offered and was given Kenyan shillings 10, 000 cash price for the achievement. I then wrote a book, simplified CRE course for secondary schools. I invited myself to give a CRE talk to a neighboring school,  Moi Forces…
(46 votes)

21 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your First E-book

21 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your First E-book
Ali Luke Admit it ! You’ve thought about writing an e-book. In fact, you’ve already imagined the front cover. You can see the main title, and underneath, your name. And when you picture it, you feel a ripple of pride. An e-book would be a big step up for you as a writer. Because while blog posts are a great way to express your ideas, you can’t help feeling they’re a little, well, fleeting. Lightweight even. Whereas an e-book is more substantial. It’s taken more seriously. It has more gravitas. And having an e-book with your name on the front transforms you from a mere blogger into that more impressive beast – an author. But how do you become an e-book author without falling victim to the same mistakes that sabotage the attempts of so many other bloggers? Three Rock-Solid Reasons to Write Your First E-book Before looking at our…
(39 votes)

Do You Avoid Reading Ebooks?

Do You Avoid Reading Ebooks?
By Remez Sasson Do you read ebooks, or avoid reading them? Does it seem to you awkward and inconvenient to read ebooks on the screen? Well, this depends on what ebook you are reading. If you read a novel, this would be inconvenient, because you would probably like to read it on the bus, sitting in a park, or lying in bed. In these situations, you would prefer a book, which you can carry with you. Actually, nowadays, you can read a novel on an electronic reading device, such as Ipad or Kindle, which can carry with you. With textbooks and guides this is different. You don’t read them for hours. You read for a few minutes, and then you have to think about what you have read, and most importantly, practice it. Ebooks on meditation, concentration, self-discipline, or on self-improvement, are not read like a novel, but just few…
(3 votes)

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