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  1. EBooks Articles - What Are You Committed to This New Year?

    by ANDREA SUSAN GLASS - 2010-01-25
    Are you among the masses who sit down on January 1 each year and write out your New Year's resolutions? And then by January 31 abandon them? If so, you're in the majority. If not, then congratulat...
  2. How to Structure Your Critique

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-21
    Writing a critique can enhance your way of expressing you own opinion. Furthermore, it lets you have your feelings about a certain idea or any objects and make it more realistic. Thus, this will surel...
  3. How to Use Flashbacks in Your Writing

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-20
    Most writers, both beginners and experts, often use flashbacks in the beginning of their writings. This is very useful in order to set up the plot of their content in an easier way. An appropriate use...
  4. How to Control the Pace in Your Writing

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-20
    In order to make your writing good and effective, each sentence must vary lengths which control the pace of the story. Did you know that long sentences can create a flow which carries your readers? An...
  5. How to Use Anecdotes to Energize Your Writing

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-19
    First of all, what is an anecdote? Although some people have encountered this word, I am pretty much sure that there are a lot of people out there who don't know the meaning of anecdote into writing y...
  6. How to Write a Good Thesis Statement

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-19
    You might think that writing an effective and defensive thesis statement can be easier. For some matter, you're absolutely right. However, it depends upon the terms of the task that was given unto you...
  7. What's Behind Your Writer's Block?

    by Mitchel Crane - 2010-01-17
    If you've ever tried to write anything more important than a random message to someone over the Internet, then you've likely encountered writer's block. That odd, undefined mental event that keeps one...
  8. Business Letters: Where Should You Begin?

    by Frank I. Locust - 2010-01-16
    When writing business letters you must keep in mind that these letters are completely different than writing normal letters. These letters need to be as specific and professional as possible. They w...
  9. Hooking Up The Reader

    by marc540 - 2010-01-15
    Whether you write fiction, essays, articles, e-mail, or straight narratives for blogs, you (the writer) have a tiny window -less than 10 seconds- to grab the reader's attention and hold him to the end...
  10. Custom Research Support Can Be A Life Saver

    by shayane johns - 2010-01-14
    Research is a form of experiment confining to a broader subject area through which university students find new knowledge. Every student has to write a research paper to incorporate the knowledge and ...
  11. Where is Writing Going?

    by Julietta Henderson - 2010-01-12
    Articles of Faith: Words & SentencesIt has been said that true writers are people who find writing difficult. This adage is meant to suggest that good writing is no easy task, full of pitfalls and str...
  12. 5 Tips For Writing Better Articles

    by Julietta Henderson - 2010-01-12
    Want to polish up your prose? Here are five quick tips for writing better free articles.5 Tips for Writing Better ArticlesWith the internet providing a simple way of publishing writing online, more an...
  13. How to Supplement Writing Ability With Good Software

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-10
    Anyone can have their creative writing abilities. The only problem why some people seem to be discouraged about their writing abilities is that they don't know how to use and supplement it. you don't ...
  14. Bad Writing Habits: Waiting For Inspiration

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-10
    Do you have any bad writing habit that seems to be unstoppable? Basically, you are not alone with that issue. There are even a lot of people out there who are coping up with their bad writing habits i...
  15. How to Use "May" and "Might"

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-10
    Back when I was in grammar school during high school, I distinctly remember the difference in use between "may" and "might". This is not a surprising issue that we later encounter when communicating o...
  16. Editing For Rhythm and Tone

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-09
    Like composing lyrics in your song, it needs rhythm and tone in order to create a beautiful and harmonize melody while singing it. Same goes into essay writings and also with some forms of writing. Rh...
  17. Breaking Grammar Rules: How To Do It Right

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-09
    In writing, it is important to use the correct grammars in order to make your writings more readable and understandable and not being like a total idiot in the field of writing. There are a lot of gra...
  18. Freelance Writing - A Standard To Generate Earnings

    by Trinity Jones - 2010-01-09
    There are many casual writers writing for an assortment of newspapers, magazines and other editorials. One can actually make sound earnings by writing creative and successful articles if he finds corr...
  19. Internet Marketing Articles - Boost Google Visibility With A Freelance Writer

    by ROB FLEMING - 2010-01-08
    Keeping your blog visible on Google should be your top priority, but sometimes a busy schedule, or other business concerns can hinder your online promotion strategies, and a prolonged lapse in publish...
  20. How to Use Limited and Omniscient Points of View

    by Jane Sumerset - 2010-01-07
    A lot of people use their creative ideas in order to create such a wonderful and unique content essays, stories or novels. There are other forms of writing where the writer uses their points of views ...