Kindle EBook: The Nobel Laureates in Literature (1901-2014)—Free Days!

The Nobel Laureates in Literature (1901-2014), newly released eBook by Sam Majdi, is FREE April 18, May 5, May 30, and June 20-21. You can find it here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00V9KCUTO/

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00056]This is the third book the author has published. It is a unique collection about the lives, achievements, and works of Nobel Prize winners in literature.

Each recipient has a whole page of biography, with his (her) works and honors (if any).

The comprehensive glossary gives information about a variety of people and sites and contains the short biographies of  all 95 notables. The names index gives access to your favorite prize winner in literature.

The second book “The Wisdom of the Great” is about the lives and works of 450 notables from 50 countries of the world. It contains over 2600 quotations in 3 millenniums (9th century B.C.-21st century). It is a great literary piece and an accurate reference book.

The 1st book “Lovers Paradise Book of 222 Love Quotations” is a collection of short biographies of 111 notables of 17 countries. It contains the names index and a detailed glossary. I hope you will enjoy reading these literary works.

Sam Majdi is a retired teacher of English with over 30 years experience. He is living with his family in Wichita, Kansas. He got his B.A. in English literature.

He has been a member of Kansas Authors Club since 2001. He has been an advocate of human rights all his life.

Please let Sam know if you have any comment or criticism.

Sam Majdi, email: s_majdi@yahoo.com

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