Monthly Archives: January 2015

Importance of outline and synchronization in novel writing

Guest blog post by Jackon Anderson Writing a novel or a book cannot only be an exhausting task, but it requires high levels of understanding and complete grip on the subject that one is writing about. It is important that … Continue reading

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How to Proofread Like a Professional

guest blog post by Jaya Schillinger Even as I wrote the title for this article, I got confused. Is “proofread” one word or two? I thought it was two, and my spell checker didn’t have a problem with that, but … Continue reading

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Unblocking Writer’s Block

Guest blog by Patrick Alexander When starting to write a research paper, do you ever feel intimidated by the blank page? Unsure of what to write, sometimes those first few words are like pulling teeth, right? If you’re on a … Continue reading

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The Challenge of Writing A Mystery

Guest blog by Linda Weaver Clarke Each genre has different rules and challenges. We have mystery, suspense, adventure, and romance. Each plot has to be carefully thought out before writing a story. The writing process between romance and mystery was … Continue reading

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