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Wrestling with Writing Business: Submitting Work

Uncharacteristically, I have felt less than motivated to write for the blog today. I have been engaged in the business of submission to lit journals, a couple of short stories. 1,452 more words

Before Pressing the Send Button...

I am a dog lover. For me, my poodle and Corgi are my children. When the time came to find a place to board them for a couple of days, I took my time looking for the right place. 456 more words

Writing Advice

Outsource Image Editing of Marriage Photographs to India

Image Editing of Marriage Photographs

On the off chance that you are a picture taker who has practical experience in wedding photography, you may be under steady weight amid the marriage season.

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PDF to Excel Data Entry Services

PDF to excel data entry services is significant for data administration including substantial arrangements and needs minimization or pressure. PDF pressure system is most suitable for reports in document that needed to be handled oftentimes with a brief form in areas with poor web network that hampers the procedure of transferring of data in expansive volumes. 245 more words


Facing Fear

In some ways, it seems silly to write about this topic in connection with being a writer. What am I afraid of anyway? It’s not as though I’m going into battle. 424 more words

Cathleen Townsend

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER for CTSC Skills Acquisition Workshop on Preparing IND Submissions, June 26, 2015

The Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) presents


Preparing IND Submissions

Register now:  http://weill.cornell.edu/ctsc/resources/2015_Registration_SpringSeminars.doc

Friday, June 26, 2015
8:30am – 5:00pm
Griffis Faculty Club, 1300 York Avenue at 69th Street… 69 more words

Weill Cornell CTSC

Tips to Brave the Submission World

Once you’ve finished your manuscript (and hopefully at least one round of editing!), you may decide it’s time to begin the submission process. This can be a daunting, scary time for some authors – even the ‘big’ ones. 520 more words