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Writing in the 21st Century

Writing in the 21st Century With digital technology and, especially Web 2.0, it seems, writers are everywhere—on bulletin boards and in chat rooms and in emails and in text messages and on blogs responding to news reports and, indeed, reporting the news themselves as...

Common Errors to Avoid in Formal Writing

Notable errors cut across the use of punctuation marks, numbers, formatting and spelling, grammar andstyle. This article is aimed at drawing our attention to them so as to avoid repeating these errors as we continue with our formal writings. Punctuation: Quotation In...

6 Tips for Writing Powerful Dialogue

If you want to write a book that is impossible to put down, focus on writing powerful dialogue between your characters. Today we’ll share 6 important tips for how to write dialogue that will help your readers create a strong bond to your characters and your story. Tip...

How to Read Faster and Still Understand What You Read

Whether you skim a blog post, peruse files for work, or browse through a book, you most likely do some type of reading every day. But slogging through dense passages of text can be time-consuming, mentally exhausting, and hard on your eyes. If you want to read faster...

5 Tips on Writing a Relatable Children’s Book

Writing a relatable and successful children’s book is a dream that many authors hold close to their hearts. After all, there are few other types of writing capable of producing nearly as much sheer joy as a children’s book. Of course, children’s books are a lot of fun...
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