So it comes out that there was no actually evidence found of sarin gas used in syria- in case you werent paying attention this was the pretext for bombing them and trying to oust Assad. 125 more words
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When writing a story, the question I have to ask myself all the time is: “Where is this story going?” This is why I find it important to have an outline you can add to or take away from. 423 more words
Stuck. We’ve all been there. It’s a horrible feeling when the words stop flowing freely and become forced and stiff.
I have found that the most common cause of this is when writers write about something they know 607 more words
I’m fed up.
As a writer, I look at media, news, and entertainment with a cynical eye. An editors eye- which is something I’ve worked very hard to develop. 386 more words
Congratulations! So you want to write a story? A daunting task indeed- I have full confidence in you. I don’t want to beat around the bush, so let’s dive right in. 508 more words
Okay, so you’ve been writing for a while. Great! You may be fairly experienced, or you may be in the “In-Betweenie” Phase. The “In-Betweenies” are the writers who have been writing long enough to be considered above beginner, but maybe not long enough to be considered an expert yet. 755 more words