Archive for the 'Writing' Category

Tips For Writing a Newspaper Article 3 Simple Methods to Get Published

By Sean R Mize Getting your articles rejected by your editor is one of the most unfortunate things that can happen to you as a journalist. Well, who would be happy to know that their hard work was taken for granted? The good thing is that you can avoid this from happening. You can save […]

Grading and Modeling Student Writing

By Paul A Buchanan Constructive and efficient evaluation of student writing occurs while a student is still writing and working on a piece. The writing process occurs in stages – from planning to writing to revising. Make sure students go through all steps of the process to create their best finished work possible. Rather than […]

How to Write Vampire Fanfiction

By Katherine Teel Vampires are in these days. It’s debatable whether they ever really went out-I mean, who hasn’t at least gone through a phase where they were entranced by vampires? Vampires are sexy, strong, and forbidden-what could be more fascinating than that? And there are so many vampires worlds to choose from now: Twilight, […]

Writing a Newspaper Article Steps to Jumpstart Your Career in News Article Writing Part 2

By Sean R Mize 1. Be professional. Keep in mind that you’re representing the newspaper that you’re writing for anywhere you go. So, it’s a must that you project a professional image. Dress appropriately and act professional when doing interviews and research. Choose the words that you’re going to use all the time. 2. Practice […]

Spell Like Your Life Depended on it (It Doesnt)

By Grant Gerver I was reading about the 10 most common spelling mistakes which include lose vs. loose, weird vs. wierd, there, their and they’re, your and you’re, its and it’s, definitely vs. definately, effect-affect, weather-whether, alot vs. a lot, and then-than. I’ve decided I don’t care. While a good number of people will always […]

Writers Block Get Over the Writing Difficulties

By Pirasanth Ravi One of the first things that you should realize is that you need to buoy your spirits up as much as you can. For most writers who are freelance writers for content and articles for the web, contracting a writer’s block can be dangerous for their career and livelihood and most tend […]

Self Editing Success How to Edit Your Own Writing

By Melinda Copp Writing and editing are two different processes. Writing requires creativity; editing requires analysis. The writing process should be free and experimental; the editing process should be systematic and critical. Because of these differences, making a conscious shift in your thinking will make the self-editing process easier and more effective, and one of […]

The Beautiful Adverb

By Derek Haines The most useful and beautifully flexible part of speech just has to be the wonderfully flexible adverb. It can not only describe a verb and an adjective but even another adverb. How incredibly cool is that? How can a part of speech do something to itself? Look at the complexity of adverb […]

Essay Research What Goes on Those Little File Cards

By Duncan Fisher You’ve seen essay and report writers in the library scribbling things onto little cards, and calling it ‘research’, right? Ever wonder what it is they’re writing? I’ll clue you in. They’re doing something powerful, that you can do too. They’ve been looking through books and websites for information about whatever their essay […]

Article Writing Solutions Solutions to Common Article Writing Related Problems

By Sean R Mize In this article, I’ll talk about the common problems that are being faced by article writers and the best way to solve them: 1. Struggling to improve open rate. This is probably the most common problem of article writers. They are struggling in getting their target audience to open their articles […]