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The Fate of Poets – New EBook

Ovi Magazine celebrates the World Humanitarian Day adding a new Book in its shelves. “The Fate of Poets” David Sparenberg’s fourth EBook with Ovi magazine, dedicated to 45 years poem writing.

The poet is a response waiting for an answer.

Please do download The Fate of Poets, for FREE HERE!

Enjoy the reading!

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5 new books for the Ovi shelves

ovicover_02_03_13This must be the first time we publish so many books in such thematic variety the same time. And we keep our aim to have some new books in the beginning of every month. Five new books. From economics and environment to photography and from sensing ideas and thoughts to cartoons. Ovi definitely covers every issue even when it comes to books! Just check the Ovi Bookshop and it is all there!

1.  “Campaigning for Environmental and Cultural Integrity” Murray Hunter

2. “The Green Troubadour Source Book” David Sparenber

3. “The first line Of personal care Entrepreneurship”. Murray Hunter

4. “Ovi in Finnish means doors” Ovi Team

5. “Just a salad please!” Thanos Kalamidas

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Nunobark #2 by Nunobark
Nunobark is a Lisbon-based illustrator, artist, graphic designer… and proud father. He was the founder of several fanzines, maintains the Public Secret Blog. Here is a second selection of his work.

24-hour Ovi Bookshop by The Ovi Team
Without those hard- and paper-backed offerings, bookshops just wouldn’t exist… or would they? Thanks to the ingenuity of the Ovi team, you can download e-books from our online bookshop.

“The Castaway” by Jan Sand
“Poetry is thoughts that breathe, and words that burn.” – Thomas Gray

Murder, Mania & Misogyny by The Finn-Brit Players
The Finn-Brit Players’ Drama Incubator is hatching its first three chicks this spring…

Are there “many paths” to God? by Jack Wellman
In recently watching Oprah claim that there are many ways to God and not just one, she is in effect saying that there are many paths that lead to God, and that there is more than one way to salvation.

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