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The main objective of the company has been to contribute in nation’s development by providing personalize services to higher education institutions and individual scholars with quality books and reading material in most of the medium. Within the span of nearly three decades, the organization has emerged as one of the leading professional bookseller of the country.

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Writing Fiction
0 Allied Book Company Admin on Jan 03, 22
Writing Fiction
Yet somewhere in my psyche, I remained convinced that I could find a story, a simple, beautiful story about what had happened to me.
In the end, I went to a bookstore and spent the afternoon reading the back covers of a dozen novels.
All of the writers seemed to be finding interesting and unusual stories, I thought. I was saddened by how boring so many of them were. The cliche about the writer finding his lifework in his thirties remains true to this day: what a wilder, tougher world it was.
I wondered what I should write and what kind of story to write, and what would compel someone to read it.
Yet I wasn't absolutely certain that I could write a good story.
Writing is rewriting. Every time you take out a word or rewrite a sentence, it loses a little something of its power and becomes a bit more pedestrian. Writing is rewriting. It is learning how to be less a poet, a novelist, and more a citizen of the world. It is learning that you must own your facts. You must have great faith in the honesty and accuracy of your writer's tool, but you must also learn to trust the writing of other writers and try to interpret their work honestly and accurately yourself.
You have to learn the art of editing. You have to learn to accept criticism. You have to learn not to be so precious. You have to learn that there is no such thing as perfection. But you have to write a good story to be able to writee story has never seemed true. One becomes a writer to find what is meaningful, what is beautiful. If one can find one's life to be not beautiful or meaningful, one should change one's career path.
And then I found it. An unassuming novel titled “Returning to Joseph” by Maria Garcia-Rivera. It was the most beautiful, sweet-sounding story of a woman who is forced to return to her troubled hometown in Mexico.
I had found my story.
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A bookshop in Paris
0 Allied Book Company Admin on Jan 03, 22
A bookshop in Paris
Mere hours ago, I started reading a book I was supposed to write a review on. So far, it’s an exciting and compelling tale that I highly recommend. If you’re looking for a book that will shock and inspire you, look no further. Read the book.
– John Lamb, book reviewer
I’m reading The Demon King by George R.R. Martin right now and have been reading it on and off for months. I’m on book five. Thanks for all the reviews and keep up the good work!
– Seth Brown, Tampa, FL
The Stand is the ONLY scary book. I remember as a kid reading the book and wanting to hide my face when I read “War”. By the end of the book, I was never scared again.
– Ernie Pols
I just finished reading your review of The Demon King by George R.R. Martin. Great work! It is really interesting to compare your reaction to it with mine.
– Jeff, Florida
This book isn’t frightening so much as enlightening and interesting. Reading it is like watching a series of movie versions of Shakespeare’s plays.
– Jeff Bourne, Tampa, FL
Some book critics keep promising to write reviews. They’re still waiting.
– Jeff Brown, California
I didn’t think it was scary, but I’m glad I read it anyway.
– William, San Francisco
I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read the next one. The only thing that bothered me was the way some other readers were talking about it as a horror novel. To me, this book is about fantasy, magic, history and mythology, and no matter how dark or gruesome the story gets, I never felt it was one of horror.
– James Rice
My review of The Demon King by George R.R. Martin. I thought it was intriguing and fascinating. It will keep me interested.
Hello John. Thanks for all the great reviews I’ve read on your blog. You’re a good man and it’s a pleasure to read and review your books.
– Henry, New York
After many years of waiting, I finally cracked open The Demon King. As I slowly read it, I had to keep reminding myself to keep reading. After reading the first page and a few pages of the middle, I thought I’d gotten it. Then it happened. By the time I got to the end of the book, I was mesmerized.
– Tim Dowling, Tennessee
This book is spectacular. One of the best books I’ve ever read.
– Kevin, Jacksonville, FL
I’m reading your book The Demon King now and so far it’s very well written. I like that I can read a chapter before going to bed and it isn’t disturbing me. I’m hoping for more reviews.
– Lisa, Tampa, FL
I absolutely loved it! It was all I could do not to gush and give you the love I felt for this book. Now I’m really glad I never have the guts to put my name on a book review, because it’s hard to write a good review of a book you’ve read.
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October recommendations
0 Allied Book Company Admin on Jan 03, 22
October recommendations
Mere hours ago, I started reading a book I was supposed to write a review on. So far, it’s an exciting and compelling tale that I highly recommend. If you’re looking for a book that will shock and inspire you, look no further. Read the book.
– John Lamb, book reviewer
I’m reading The Demon King by George R.R. Martin right now and have been reading it on and off for months. I’m on book five. Thanks for all the reviews and keep up the good work!
– Seth Brown, Tampa, FL
The Stand is the ONLY scary book. I remember as a kid reading the book and wanting to hide my face when I read “War”. By the end of the book, I was never scared again.
– Ernie Pols
I just finished reading your review of The Demon King by George R.R. Martin. Great work! It is really interesting to compare your reaction to it with mine.
– Jeff, Florida
This book isn’t frightening so much as enlightening and interesting. Reading it is like watching a series of movie versions of Shakespeare’s plays.
– Jeff Bourne, Tampa, FL
Some book critics keep promising to write reviews. They’re still waiting.
– Jeff Brown, California
I didn’t think it was scary, but I’m glad I read it anyway.
– William, San Francisco
I really enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read the next one. The only thing that bothered me was the way some other readers were talking about it as a horror novel. To me, this book is about fantasy, magic, history and mythology, and no matter how dark or gruesome the story gets, I never felt it was one of horror.
– James Rice
My review of The Demon King by George R.R. Martin. I thought it was intriguing and fascinating. It will keep me interested.
Hello John. Thanks for all the great reviews I’ve read on your blog. You’re a good man and it’s a pleasure to read and review your books.
– Henry, New York
After many years of waiting, I finally cracked open The Demon King. As I slowly read it, I had to keep reminding myself to keep reading. After reading the first page and a few pages of the middle, I thought I’d gotten it. Then it happened. By the time I got to the end of the book, I was mesmerized.
– Tim Dowling, Tennessee
This book is spectacular. One of the best books I’ve ever read.
– Kevin, Jacksonville, FL
I’m reading your book The Demon King now and so far it’s very well written. I like that I can read a chapter before going to bed and it isn’t disturbing me. I’m hoping for more reviews.
– Lisa, Tampa, FL
I absolutely loved it! It was all I could do not to gush and give you the love I felt for this book. Now I’m really glad I never have the guts to put my name on a book review, because it’s hard to write a good review of a book you’ve read.
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