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For as long as you can remember, you’ve admired the short story. There’s such an elegance about this form of fiction, and so many people don’t seem to understand just how beautiful it is. But you do. You love short stories, whether it’s a vintage apocalyptic Ray Bradbury collection, or getting a different new story in the new issue of The New Yorker every week. And in addition to having a love for sitting down at your favorite coffee shop and reading the terse tales of Raymond Carver and the creepy stories of Angela Carter, you also love writing stories. But lately you’ve been thinking that... Read More

Don’t you feel annoyed when you see a person receiving more appreciation than you even though you both have submitted the same piece of information? Well, no matter how much you hate that feeling, deep down you also know that something was missing from your assignment. Perhaps it is your writing skills that need more polishing.

Whether you are a school student or a copywriter at a publishing house, writing is something that we all need to do for some reason or the other. However, if your career is relying on your content writing skills, it is high time that you enhance your content... Read More

Your experience at the university might not be exactly how you may imagine it before you enter campus. While you could still be having a restrictive lessons’ schedule, you still enjoy the benefits that come with living at your parent’s home before you join the university. For instance, maybe all you needed is to say, I need help to get my homework done and your parent or relative lends you a hand. You also don’t have to worry about daily practicalities like finance and cooking. But, once you enter university, things will change. You have to know what you will eat and how to complete academic... Read More

Split canvas print panels are one of the latest trends followed in the interior decoration industry. It’s been extensively used with multiple variations all across the world. It gives a dramatic look to the place it acquires.

You must have seen sceneries, photos of people and animals, digital art, or just any portrait hung onto the walls in not one but multiple pieces of canvas. This idea of splitting the image can cover a vast area of the wall and look even better, had it been in one part or frame.

Splitting the image into two parts is known as a diptych, into three parts... Read More

We don't want to discuss ethical questions and elaborate on how sample papers ordered online influence the whole educational system. This phenomenon is almost as old as the idea of essay writing itself, so it would be exceptionally naive to think that something will drastically change and students will stop paying for academic papers. We've decided to get to know which reasons students have to do so nowadays. Some of them are rather obvious, but some might come as a surprise.

Reason #1. Some Students Are Lazy

Let's face it, it is true. Some students don't like to spend... Read More

As a writer, you know there’s something magical about the written word. You’ve spent many hours with a book between your hands, exploring new worlds. Whether you prefer to find yourself in a fantastic, strange world like in Game of Thrones, or the dark, realistic fiction of a writer like Flannery O’Connor or Raymond Carver, there’s nothing as amazing as living in that world away from ours. And that’s what you love about writing, too. On a good day, you can feel the characters coming alive on the page, and the scenes go smoothly, and it’s almost like you’ve drawn it out right in front of you.... Read More

Taking college courses online used to be the exception to the rule, but today online colleges and universities are often the best options for busy students working full time or raising families. Here are some important things to consider when choosing an online college:

Check the Recognized Accreditation

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Because enrolling in a study program is a considerable investment, you want to make sure potential employers and recruiters will value your degree as much as you do. That is why verifying an online college's accreditation... Read More

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Musings Of A Poet

Agree Barb, throwing the baby out with the bath water 'aint the answer. Take care. :>)

Musings Of A Poet

I know Rigina, when it takes a week for legite comments to appear it is upsetting, and it is killing the site slowly. Surely there must be a better way to address the spammers and floggers. Also taking away ratings if you do not post in a period of...

Musings Of A Poet

ed i was one of the original complainers about people using this site to flog their stuff. Now legite comments don't show?


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