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What #Writers & #Teachers Make: #Survey Says ==> less than £600 ($1000 Dollars) a year

http://t.co/rRUvJMLhOq RT @profesortbaker #Teacher #eltchat #ell #IAN1 #ASMSG #edu #indie #JT4a #esl #efl #elt #TEFL pic.twitter.com/E7zZ5w3SRg — Thomas Jerome Baker (@profesortbaker) January 19, 2014 Writers (authors) have a lot in common with teachers: most don’t earn a lot of money. … Continue reading

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Epiphany in A Cluttered Room [Kindle Edition]

Amazon Author Page: Thomas Jerome Baker ** Book Description Publication Date: April 27, 2013 I wrote Epiphany in A Cluttered Room because writing is life for me. I live to write and I write to live. It’s the first thing … Continue reading

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Like Water For Chocolate (Impossible Love Story): Como Agua Para Chocolate

Each chapter of the novel begins with a recipe. This magical story gastronomy becomes a charged sensuality code penetrating aromas of dazzling colors. Tita is the small one, lives with her ​​sisters and her servants, and despite being condemned to … Continue reading

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Wade Davis: Cultures and Language Death

With stunning photos and stories, National Geographic Explorer Wade Davis celebrates the extraordinary diversity of the world’s indigenous cultures, which are disappearing from the planet at an alarming rate. http://www.ted.com/speakers/wade_davis.html A National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Wade Davis travels the globe to … Continue reading

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