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    Examining and Writing About Your Life

    There is much we can learn by looking back and studying our lives; things that may not have seemed significant at the time become more meaningful as time goes on. The process of writing is a good...

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    Avoid Redundancy in Your Writing By Using Synonyms

    The English language is an ever-evolving entity full of words from a variety of cultures and languages. Because it is such a hodge-podge of words, the English language allows writers to enhance the beauty of their works...

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  • On Praising the Silent Voices of Women

    “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman,” Virginia Woolf once observed. A recent movie shown on PBS, To Walk Invisible, showed some of the challenges that women authors have endured. It tells the story of the...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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    Writing to Live

    By Lorraine Pestell– At some point in our busy lives, I expect we’ve all asked ourselves the question, “Do I Live to Work, or Work to Live?” This expression is designed to get us thinking about balance...

    • Posted 7 years ago
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  • 3 Ways to Raise Your Writing Game

    By Donna Kastner – With the growth in social media, if you’re an entrepreneur looking to connect with an audience, there are many routes to be published (and heard) on the web. That said there’s also a...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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  • The Writing’s on the Wall

    By Leona Salazar – I admit it. I hate change. Well, some change. Not all change. I didn’t mind when carbon paper became obsolete and photocopiers were available everywhere. Try typing a 10-page Will with three carbons...

    • Posted 10 years ago
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