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The American Soapbox is a humorous commentary on American society and culture. The first non-fiction work by horror/suspense novelist Billie Dean Shoemate III, this is a no-holds-barred, all-gloves-off take on American life. Brutally honest, hilariously open and even touching at times, The American Soapbox is not a book for the narrow-minded. This isn't literature. This isn't art. This is personal.
There are so many unwanted chemicals in commercial soap and people are becoming more sensitive to it to the point where either for health reasons or just as a hobby, soap making is increasingly on the rise. "Soap Making Made Easy - A Beginner's Guide to Making Great Soap" is the perfect guide to get you started on making your own soap creation. What's nice is that you can make it to include fragrances that you like to smell or colors that you enjoy looking at. There's a variety of recipes that you can try out. The basic ingredients mentioned in the book are things that you can easily find at any craft stores and of course your local grocery store including containers as well. Once you've made a batch and have used it, consult the book again and try a different recipe to see which one(s) becomes your favorite. It's both fun and interesting. Afterwards, you can tell your friends and family that you know how to make soap. Share a sample with them.
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