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7 Alternatives to Writing a Literary Analysis

Essay writing is not the only tool for studying literature. Students can benefit from the occasional opportunity to approach the great books in a fresh way, so here are a few alternatives to writing a literary analysis.

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How to Hold a Pen or Pencil

Writing fatigue and writers cramp are the inevitable result of holding the pen too tightly or in an awkward grip, and often students don’t even realize why writing is so hard. The physical act of penmanship is such a necessary part of school, it just seems wise to make it as painless as possible. Here’s help.

Don’t Let Anyone Tell You that You Can’t

It seems that whenever I’m in a group of writers or entrepreneurs, there are always a few battle stories stories swapped. No matter what you want to do, there will be someone (or sometimes a lot of someones) who feel...

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3 Ways to Put Your Knowledge to Work

There are three basic ways you can make your knowledge pay. You can Do It, Teach It, or Package It. Let’s take a look at how each of those works.

Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow--Maybe

Do What You Love and the Money Will Follow– Or Maybe Not

It’s possible to turn the things you love to do into a bit of extra income, but it doesn’t just happen. Here are a few examples of how it can be done.

A dictionary is a writer's second-best friend.

Glossary for Entrepreneurial Writers

Let’s begin by defining terms. What matters? What’s an entrepreneurial writer? And what is a stream of income?

Most Important Word: Words Matter Week Blog Challenge-Day 1

The Monday question for the Words Matter Week blog challenge is: What is the most important word or words in your life? Why? When I create writing assignments for students, I try to craft questions that narrow the topic to...

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