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Are you keeping it together?


First term hotting up yet?

How’s it going with the course, then?

Are you getting there? Are you getting there on time? Deadlines have already been given. 186 more words


7 words that make you sound less confident in emails

If you’re like a lot of people, and especially a lot of women, you may have a tendency to be overly accommodating in emails. And this comes from a good place. 1,653 more words


To Freelance or Not to Freelance

To freelance or not to freelance that is the question. Recently it has been suggested to me by multiple followers and acquaintances that I start freelancing my writing skills out. 270 more words

Daily Life Of Me

If there ever was a bond

With this homophonic horror, the bond between Yahoo! Style and the reader is broken — if there ever was one.


Marian Nelson-Addy - The Importance of Proofreading

Marian Nelson-Addy has been writing since a young age, and one of the aspects her teacher emphasized was proofreading. Proofreading is a fundamental aspect of any quality piece of writing. 234 more words


“Capital” vs. “capitol”: What’s the difference?

US Election Day 2016 is getting awfully close. (We’re not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.) As this day inches toward the present, you may be seeing more and more media coverage (in both… 907 more words


Internal Dialogue: The Greatest Tool for Gaining Reader Confidence | Jane Friedman

An informative article about internal dialogue.

The greatest tool for gaining reader confidence is internal dialogue—because when a character reveals his thoughts, he’s confiding in the audience. 12 more words