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  • Essay on The Philosophy of James Patterson

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    The Philosophy of James Patterson      James Patterson should be included in an anthology because he has mastered the art of description and plot. He’s capable of creating lives in his books like no other author from past or present. He has created a fictional world inside of his Alex Cross series, where many fans of his like to live. With each new book he can fill a mind with unbelievable detail and imagery. A small two book series, nicknamed the “bird booksâ€?, blew away many critics. With

  • Marketing James Patterson Books

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    Executive Summary: Over the last decade James Patterson has published an unprecedented number of best-selling books, cemented a powerful brand image amongst a loyal following, and redefined the process by which authors create content to meet reader demand. From November 2000 through June 2003, Patterson had cumulative sales of over six million dollars, trailing only John Grisham during that time frame. He has generated the majority of his sales through a loyal readership that consistently lines

  • Marketing James Patterson Case

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    available. 2.1.3 Social-Cultural environment•Book club was a trend in the United States and being a member of a book club meant commanding respect in the society. •The society had a special place for the so called "badge" books. The works of James Patterson did not enjoy similar status which resulted in lower readership amongst the group of omnivorous readers. 2.1.4 Technological environment•Technologies used in book printing and publishing are hardcover, paperback, electronic books, audio books

  • James Patterson: A Brief Biography

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    James Patterson was born March 22, 1947, in Newburgh, New York. Patterson’s books are mostly detective stories, thrillers, science fiction, romance, and young adult books. The first book he published was in 1976 called The Thomas Berryman Number. After writing that book, 20 years later, he left his job in advertising to work on writing. He now holds the Guinness World Record for having the most books on The New York Time’s best-seller list. Patterson was a good student but did not enjoy reading

  • An Example Of A Letter To James Patterson

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    Cherie Smith Plymouth High School Dear James Patterson, I have been recently diagnosed with depression, over the course of eight grade year, my life gradually got worse. From getting my phone taken away, to attempting suicide, and planning on running, to drug use, abusing prescription drugs, day drinking, getting into fights with peers, prostitution. Anything that could distract me from my pain. I would do anything to escape reality. I started getting bullied towards the middle of my eighth-grade

  • Themes Of Cat And Mouse

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    Cat and Mouse is a novel by James Patterson, featuring his popular character Alex Cross. In this novel, Gary Soneji, the criminal mastermind from ‘Along Came a Spider’ returns. Soneji blames Cross for the time he has spent in jail for his crimes and wants to punish him. First, however, Soneji wants to commit crimes he knows will make him famous long after he dies. While Cross tries to find Soneji and stop his crime spree, he finds himself pulled into another case, the case of Mr. Smith, a cruel and

  • Movie Review : ' Restless Giant ' By James T. Patterson

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    Kiana Wade Book Review 6 Nov 2105 Restless Giant, a book written by James T. Patterson, provides us with a concise and historically correct assessment of the time period of the twenty-seven years between the resignation of Richard Nixon and the election of George W. Bush. Patterson makes it a point to provide for us the relational ties between the social, economical, cultural, political aspects of life in America. Patterson begins his narrative by placing us in the “troubled 70s.” He describes

  • Comparison Of Novels Like Zoo, By James Patterson And Michael Ledwidge

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    a passion in the reader that they did not know existed. These spectacular Novels leave a lasting impression on one and can change their prospective on a given topic. Novels like Zoo, this is a book that can do all of those flawlessly. Zoo, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, is an intriguing novel that shows the resilience

  • Thesis Outline Of Muhammad Ali

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    Name: Clevens Section ____ TITLE OF RESEARCH PAPER (should include Name of your Research Subject) INTRODUCTION (1 paragraph, ending in Thesis Statement) He was the great, the fastest, the most hard hitting, most loudmouth boxer...Muhammad Ali. Thesis: BACKGROUND (1 or 2 paragraphs) Muhammad was from Louisville, Kentucky. When he was a kid he left his bike outside of a place unlocked when he came back it was gone. When he saw that it was gone he wanted to beat up the person who took his bike

  • The Positive And Negative Effects On Humans And Apes

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    consistent with the ability to regulate emotions in human children. Some apes are able to communicate intelligently with humans effectively. This is shown in a video clip from 60 Minutes where Ross Coulthart interviews Penny Patterson, caretaker of an ape known as Koko. Patterson attained her PhD in psychology from Stanford University in 1972 and has worked with Koko ever since. She says that she has taught Koko how to sign one-thousand words and that Koko is able to understand an additional two-thousand