Just like J.K. Rowling, many other female writers still choose to be published under fake male names, and here comes the question: “Does this really help to make it to the top?” Or, “Is there a gender bias in the publishing world?” According to the gender identifying tool, it’s very easy to spot a female […]
While writing style is ultimately crafted through time and experience, this post focuses on the 7 most fabulous of fabulous ways you can improve your writing in a more focused and productive direction rather than through mountains of trial and error. 1. Create Your Writer’s Asset List Regardless of how long you’ve been writing, from […]
Whether the story is fictional or not, there are less well-known persuasive writing techniques you can use to make it more appealing. Sometimes all it takes is a little reminding and boom, just like that new ideas come on like cerebral wildfire. In this article we’ll look at eight reliable methods you can use to […]
If you want the super-detailed high-brow answer to who invented writing equipped with links to volumes of collegiate historical data, then by all means visit the Wikipedia entry. Otherwise, this article is designed to provide a more concise view and then get straight to the modern conceptions of writing. We’ll begin by defining “writing” as […]
Conclusions, how to write them in such a way that your reader feels grateful, thankful, relieved and satisfied…dare I say privileged? While it’s impossible to please everyone, there are methods writers have been using for some time now that may be of assistance. Whether you’re a novelist, journalist, student, internet marketer or blogger it doesn’t […]
Writing itself, whether fiction or otherwise, is a persuasive art. Right this moment you’re either being convinced or persuaded into moving onto the next sentence, or not. The persuasive ability of this informative web article is directly linked to the value you expect to receive. You desire to be a more persuasive writer. You yearn […]
Teaching ESL students how to write in English and giving them confidence in doing so, is a hell of a job. It’s also a very satisfying job once a student is on his way and making good progress. Showing your students you enjoy teaching them will be the #1 tool in being successful at guiding them through the labyrinth.