We have all experienced the dreaded stagnation, avoidance, guilt, panic, and/or anxiety filled [panged!] procrastination of finding that we somehow have gone days, weeks, or even months without completing a book. Further, for the writers out there, when we halt our work and introspection, we know that we often suffer. For readers and writers, like us, we find not only our … [Read more...] about When We Deny Ourselves Words, We are Committing Self-Harm
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5 Reasons Why Writers Should Focus on Creativity What kind of writing do you do on a regular basis? Are you a digital writing professional? A copywriter? An expert who focuses on social media campaigns and content curation? Whatever the answer, creativity is an imperative for the development of a successful career. Here we will look at the 5 reasons why writers should focus on … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons Why Writers Should Focus on Creativity
Creating an audiobook: 7 tips to make your writing sounds great Despite the huge popularity of audiobooks, a majority of books has never been recorded. It is an inexcusable authors' mistake. Audiobooks market is a billion-dollar industry. The audio version of the book protects authors from risks related to popularity explosion of their books and publishers' inability to … [Read more...] about Creating an audiobook: 7 tips to make your writing sounds great
5 Reasons to get a Degree in English Language and Literature English Language and Literature courses have always proved to be extremely popular and are offered as undergraduate programs by most universities. Here are some of the ways that this type of degree can be utilized after graduating. Critical Thinking This type of degree teaches critical thinking, … [Read more...] about 5 Reasons to get a Degree in English Language and Literature
Stories only happen to people who can tell them. - Lou Willett Stanek Being a writer (a blogger, a copywriter, an academic writer, a poet – choose the right variant), you've heard about the phenomenon of free writing probably, even if you never used it yourself. Chances are, however, that you practice free writing quite often to deal with your writer's block for example, but … [Read more...] about Free Writing, and How it Helps You Write Better
Question: How long is a short story? Answer: The short story usually falls between 1,000 and 15,000 words. At around 15,000 words, the novella is born. We are addressing the modern short story, not the ancient tale, fable, or sketch. There is no exact word length for a short story. To understand the word count for different prose pieces, it is necessary to look closer at a … [Read more...] about How long is a short story? A question for the ages
Best Editing Tools for Bloggers Here are some suggestions on finding the best editing tools for bloggers. After you spend hours or even days working on a single blog post and organizing your notes and references like a maniac, you finally have a great blog post ready to be posted. Actually, it’s not ready yet. You’ve made a great achievement, but you cannot post … [Read more...] about Best Editing Tools for Bloggers
Nicholas D. Kristof two-time Pulitzer Prize winner from the NY Times has come up with a list of "The Best Kids' Books Ever." I do not mean to dispute Mr. Kristof, but I have to stay that there seems to a bit of a disconnect between his list and reality. He has listed the Hardy Boys, The Prince and Pauper, and Anne of Green Gables on here. I think maybe the title of this piece … [Read more...] about A response to “The Best Kids’ Books Ever” from NY Times
10 Best Magazines for Kids Looking for magazine for kids? Here are our 10 Best Magazines for kids. So I wanted to find a couple of kids magazines for my son and daughter. I thought "What could be more fun than getting a cool science magazine or literary magazine on their level! Ugh, was I wrong. I hunted and hunted, and realized that state of children's magazines, in my … [Read more...] about Looking for magazine for kids? Here are our 10 Best Magazines for kids.
Being A Writer in Silicon Valley by Vanessa Wang When I first arrived in Silicon Valley two years ago, I had very few expectations for this place. My husband, a computer programmer, had dragged me here because “it is the epicenter of the world’s most cutting-edge technology and future-changing companies.” So what, I thought. I was unprepared for how … [Read more...] about Being A Writer in Silicon Valley