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Tricks & Tips for Catching All Those Little Typos in Your Own Work

<b>Jodie Renner, editor and award-winning author @JodieRennerEd<br>Part of the Indie Authors Series</b> <i><br>Pulling from the archives today, with some editing tips</i> …

Writing

Twitter Fiction Reveals The Power Of Very, Very Short Stories

"For Sale: Baby shoes, never worn." So goes Ernest Hemingway's famous six-word story, which, in spite of being perfectly compact, manages to paint a complete picture of thwarted desire and elicit strong feelings from the reader (unless said reader is heartless). It would've been the perfect …

Developing Your Writing Skills: Point of View

Point of view is among the least understood craft challenges but, along with the related question of narrative distance, it is perhaps the most …

Creative Writing

Five Things: Creating an Atmosphere in your Writing

Kirsty Logan is a writer of fiction and journalism. Her debut collection, <i>The Rental Heart and Other Fairytales</i>, was published in March 2014. Her …

Good Interview: English Project

Bad Interview 2: English Project

Ace The Top 50 Interview Questions

Most people’s biggest fear is being put on the spot by oddball interview questions such as these (which are real):<p>“Describe the color yellow to someone who’s blind.” – Spirit Airlines<p>“If you were asked to unload a 747 full of jelly beans, what would you do?” – Bose<p>“Who would win in a fight between …

Employment

The only 5 things you need to bring to a job interview

The interview process is stressful enough. You don't want to complicate things by showing up unprepared.<p>We asked a few career experts and hiring …

Employment

Stand Out in Your Job Search: Create an Infographic Resume

Applying for a job used to require two pieces of paper: a resume and an application. Times have changed.<p>Infographic resumes are in, and they’re not just for designers. Free online tools are popping up every day to help anyone create a dynamic, visual resume—adding panache without sacrificing …

Infographic: 34 Crucial Tips To Note For Your Next Job Interview

<b>According to</b> a survey, it only takes 90-seconds for a hiring manager to decide if they would hire a candidate—College Atlas has created an …

Mr Fipps 1984 Book III - Chapters 1-6 Flashcards

Mr Fipps 1984 Book II - Chapters 1-9 Flashcards

Mr Fipps 1984 Book I - Chapters 1-8 Flashcards

New law: Teachers to spy on children with ‘terrorist inclinations’

<i>January 7, 2015</i> <i><br>Santiago, Chile</i><p>It’s been 66 years since George Orwell’s dystopian novel 1984 was published.<p>In it, Orwell depicts a future where the UK …

27 Pieces Of Advice For Writers From Famous Authors

Celebrated authors, editors and illustrators write advice to young writers on their hands for "Shared Worlds," a two-week creative writing summer camp at Wofford College.

Creative Writing

Juliet Monologue

Shakespeare monologue

Macbeth Act 1 Scene 5 Lady Macbeth

Shakespeare Monologue Project

Tier 2 Vocabulary #6 (51-60) Flashcards

Vocabulary

Tier 2 Vocabulary List #5 (41-50) Flashcards

Vocabulary

TIER 2 VOCABULARY LIST: 31-40 Flashcards

Vocabulary

TIER 2 VOCABULARY LIST: 21-30 Flashcards

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TIER 2 Vocabulary List: 11 - 20 Flashcards

Vocabulary

TIER 2 VOCABULARY - First 10 Words Flashcards

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Anglo-Saxon prefixes Flashcards

Can You Identify These Anime Eyes? Go On and Try.

Hrm. I see a <i>Naruto</i> eye. A <i>Dragon Ball</i> eye. An eye from <i>Evangelion</i>. Another from <i>One Piece</i>. This is tricky!<p>Actually, it's not that tricky, because the …

Complaining, for Your Health

The mental and physical benefits of airing your grievances<p>In his 1964 book <i>Games People Play</i>, psychiatrist Eric Berne describes what he calls the “Yes, but” communication pattern: First, one person states a problem. Next, another person responds by offering suggestions on how to solve it. The first …