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Working Women

7 Tips For Writing An Essay That Stands Out

7 Tips For Writing An Essay That Stands Out

By Adam Stone Writing an essay can seem like a daunting task to students who’ve never written one before, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated. Follow these seven […]

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Writing In A New Genre: Excellent Adventure Or Bad Decision?

Writing In A New Genre: Excellent Adventure Or Bad Decision?

By Susan K. Hamilton I’ll read just about anything, but like most people, I have some genres that I gravitate to and some I don’t. So, when I first turned […]

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How Writing Paved Way For My Healing & Recovery From PTSD And Bipolar Disorder

How Writing Paved Way For My Healing & Recovery From PTSD And Bipolar Disorder

By Amelia Zachry [TW: mention of rape] Trauma and mental illness colored most of my adult life. I was diagnosed with PTSD and Bipolar Disorder II at age twenty-six. I […]

Creativity

Writing A Book? Start With Some Advice From 5 Of The Best Female Authors

Writing A Book? Start With Some Advice From 5 Of The Best Female Authors

In 1950 just 30% of best-selling novels had female names on the cover. Today, that figure is almost 50%. So to celebrate how far women writers have come, we decided […]

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How Dreams Turned the Roller Coaster Of My Reality Into A TV Pilot

How Dreams Turned the Roller Coaster Of My Reality Into A TV Pilot

By Nubia DuVall Wilson Missing a flight, packing and unpacking suitcases, going blind and getting lost in a house–what do all of these have in common? They are recurring themes […]

Lifestyle

Ways You Can Use Technology To Improve Writing Skills

Ways You Can Use Technology To Improve Writing Skills

Technology has drastically changed how we do things in the 21st century. So many systems have been simplified through the use of customized applications made to look easy, and writing […]

Creativity

Daughter Of A Death Investigator On How Bodies In Her Basement Shaped Her Hollywood Writing Career

Daughter Of A Death Investigator On How Bodies In Her Basement Shaped Her Hollywood Writing Career

By Jennifer Graeser Dornbush Long before American television was saturated with CSI and Forensic Files, I was living my own weekly CSI adventure with my family in northern Michigan. My […]