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I enjoyed this book for two reasons. The 1st, entirety selfish on my part was to gain more insight into completion of my 1st book of short stories. I now feel more prepared to edit my first four stories of fictionalized personal travel in Latin America in the 1970s. The 2nd is the sheer enjoyment of reading a good story. This book gave me that opportunity time after time. It also gave the needed kick in the pants to start my 5th, and probably last short story for compilation into my "first book."
My 13 year old granddaughter had this on her list and everyone at the party joined in except a couple of "old guys" like her dad and uncle. Good exercise and body control usage.
Able to do all the templates, designs and contact sheets I've needed and with ease. Easy to download and it works beautifully with my Windows 8.
Who can say anything bad about the Bible? It has a modern easy to understand text and lots of foot notes. Easy to move around, mark passages and bookmarks. I would highly recommend it for private reading or as part of a Bible study.
I used Turbo Tax year after year, but switched to Tax Cut a couple years back and have not looked back. The first year I switched, it only included a single federal e-file, but now I believe it includes 5 federal e-files. State still costs extra if you opt to e-file your state return. I believe that runs closer to $15 or $20.
A word of advice--wear rubber gloves. I used this to re-glue my convertible top to the glass window after the factory glue failed. Folks online said this was the only product that will stick to glass. And while the "only" part may or may-not be true, it definitely sticks brilliantly to glass. Oh, and to fingers--EXTREMELY WELL. Between the 2 bottles, it's enough to last a lifetime. But trust me on the gloves thing--you WILL glue to your thumb to your forefinger.