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1.When You are Comparing Something, Then You Use Than by Laurie Dart
What? I know it can be confusing – figuring out when to use than instead of then. In fact, there are many confusing words in the English language. Some sound the same, but are spelled differently and mean ...
[Added: 14 Mar 2007   Hits: 1772   Words: 463]

2.Historical Fiction, the way forward unique and effective writing by Tatiya Tatiyasopon
For those of you who love to write historical fiction, this article may be useful for you to develop writing skills as well as to improve quality of your writing piece. As we all know among people who are historical fiction writers that writing kind of this work requires ...
[Added: 16 Feb 2007   Hits: 873   Words: 535]

3.How to Research Your Topic and Make Sure Your Information is Valid by Laurie Dart
Now that you've decided on a topic for your writing, it's time to do some research. Hopefully, you've chosen a topic that you know something about. It's much easier to write about something you're familiar with or passionate ...
[Added: 15 Feb 2007   Hits: 1391   Words: 603]

4.Six Steps to Better Editing and Writing by Laurie Dart
Proofreading and editing one's own writing is very difficult. A quick reread seldom exposes the errors inherent in the work, but following the steps discussed in this article, should help you develop an efficient and effective method of proofing and editing your writing. These steps will help you become a ...
[Added: 10 Feb 2007   Hits: 1010   Words: 589]

5.What is a Participle and why is mine Dangling? by Laurie Dart
Have you ever read something that made you stop and say to yourself, "what the heck does that mean?" I know I have and usually it's because someone has destroyed an otherwise coherent sentence with a ...
[Added: 02 Feb 2007   Hits: 1041   Words: 447]

6.Five Ways to Improve Your Writing and Strengthen Your Online Presence by Laurie Dart
Writing is more than just taking a pen to paper or tapping away on the keyboard. A good writer has a working knowledge of basic grammar, spelling, pronunciation, and vocabulary. You may be thinking you could never be a writer because your grammar and spelling skills are terrible. That's simply ...
[Added: 01 Feb 2007   Hits: 759   Words: 479]

7.Finding a Writer by Edison Reuben
Finding the right freelance writer to produce your revenue generating articles can take a bit of time, however, if you find one that can easily take on another regular client and the two of you work well together, then that one difficult search will turn into a lot of ...
[Added: 25 Jan 2007   Hits: 776   Words: 459]

8.New Years Resolutions for Writers by Brent Sampson
On-demand publishing helps legions of writers accomplish the second most common New Year's Resolution: publishing a book! It is important to remember that "Getting Published" the right way depends upon more than just finishing your ...
[Added: 16 Jan 2007   Hits: 885   Words: 608]

9.Which is Best to Article Write or to Blog by Dal Hayer
With the popularity of weblogs, or blogs, these days, many webmasters are beginning to wonder if article writing has become a thing of the past. Used to be, for promotion purposes webmasters would deposit articles with links into web directories. This was done ...
[Added: 08 Jan 2007   Hits: 704   Words: 710]

10.Know Your Author Rights—and Hang Onto Them! by Diane Eble
When a book or magazine publisher agrees to publish your work, you must sign a contract. In this contract there is a very important area concerning rights. Be very careful about which rights you retain, and which rights you hand over. For a magazine article, you want ...
[Added: 08 Jan 2007   Hits: 794   Words: 466]

11.Should You Talk about Your Book Idea Before You Finish It? by Diane Eble
There are two schools of thought on this. One is that you should never talk about your book idea. There are two reasons for this viewpoint. One is that if you talk too much about your book, you will dissipate the energy it takes ...
[Added: 08 Jan 2007   Hits: 804   Words: 959]

12.Book Marketing: How to Get in Touch with Your Readers by Diane Eble
One of the biggest problems with traditional book marketing is that when someone buys your book, you have no way of contacting your readers. There's no way to tell them about any other books you have (unless the publisher included that in the book somewhere), or when you have ...
[Added: 08 Jan 2007   Hits: 806   Words: 591]

13.reResume Writing - Watch your step buddy by Rade Santrac
As a graduate student, the least thing you want to do is spend so much time researching on how to write a Resume or CV. And even if you want to make a break, sooner or later you ...
[Added: 05 Dec 2006   Hits: 649   Words: 551]

14.Beware Of The Blogers! by Derryck S. Griffith
November 07-2006: Beware of the Bloggers! Definition Of Blogging: A person who shares his or her personal diary or journal Online! The Internet-A Free Medium For Expression! Gone are the days when ...
[Added: 07 Nov 2006   Hits: 725   Words: 371]

15.ProfEssays by andrew sandon
Have you ever thought why university professors require only custom papers? If your teachers just wanted you to get more knowledge about the subject and learn about various viewpoints they would not ask you to write a custom essay. Copying of someone’s theories would give ...
[Added: 16 Oct 2006   Hits: 727   Words: 901]

16.How to Succeed as a Writer by Carl Cash
You are a Writer! Yes, the simple fact is you are a writer. Maybe you don't write for money at the moment. But, if you can write a letter or a list you have the ...
[Added: 05 Oct 2006   Hits: 754   Words: 2007]

17.Essay Writing Services: Straight Way to Troubles or Last-Minute Relief? by Linda Correli
One late afternoon you come back home after just another hang-out, anticipating a quick shower and a sound sleep. But your dreams are harshly wiped out by a dreadful recollection – you've got to write an essay for tomorrow! In ...
[Added: 29 Sep 2006   Hits: 737   Words: 1153]

18.What I Learned About History as a Text-Based Gamer by Madeleine Smith
Growing up, my first love was a love of books. It was a love which began as an affection for fairy tales that eventually expanded into Greek and Roman myth, and after that blossomed into an obsession with ...
[Added: 07 Sep 2006   Hits: 549   Words: 1129]

19.How text based gaming can improve your writing skills by Sara S. Piedade
The online text based games have the advantage to exercise the players' writing skills and their capacity to provoke and offer response, due the real-time interaction with other players. The majority of the MMORPGs are set in English/American that ...
[Added: 24 Aug 2006   Hits: 580   Words: 581]

20.How MUSHing improved my writing skills. by Bronwen Wheeler
Sure. I'd done creative writing at school, but really who doesn't dabble with such things at least once in their life? Just the other day I was looking back at what I call my, Pre-MUSH writing, and shuddered as I read those awful ...
[Added: 14 Aug 2006   Hits: 571   Words: 578]