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Saturday, April 29, 2017

While not usually connected, hunting and great literature go hand in hand. From hunters of previous generations writing down their secrets to famous authors retelling their favorite hunting experiences, there is something beautiful in reading a good hunting story. These stories not only teach us about hunting, but also how to be respectable men and women. For hunters out there looking for the next good read in the off-season, we have a few ideas for you.

“Green Hills of Africa” by Ernest Hemingway

One of the only authors also known as an outdoorsman,...
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Technology advancement has been witnessed in every Luke and corner of the society at present times. Well, Education is no exception. It plays an ideal role in the field of education thus changing the...

These days, it isn’t just about writing that perfect book that resonates with readers and then suddenly takes off to stratospheric sales heights, netting the author a nice piece of coin to stash away...

For students at Central Valley middle and high schools, classroom lessons which might be becoming rarely entails opening a novel. Their way is delegated by them through the day’s reading, math problems...

Clarify needs of your professors

Some of the professors might ask you to perform literature review as well as not get particular than that, in due consideration precisely identifying the requirements...

Young Penelope is a real “bookworm;” she truly loves her assortment of children’s books, and her collection is large, and growing. I dare say: she is obsessed! And she is not even three-years-old yet;...

There are a number of scholarly journals, both online and offline that publish research articles every year. These journals are highly respected all over the world and every year thousands of applicants...

Developing resilience started for me at a young age. I left a country full of turbulence called Africa without my parents. An incident at the age of 5 caused me so much anxiety that it left me with...

I once met a writer of some eminence who proclaimed quite openly that he didn’t have an ego. In a fit of shock I challenged him and almost laughed in his face. On reflection, perhaps my ego had gotten...

Every institution has its own thinking, policies and faculty who are completely different in terms of interacting with students, teaching and checking work with one another. This means which ever...

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The Resilience Reflex Transform Barriers into Opportunities

There is a book tour on her site. http://zaheennanji.com/book/booktourzaheennanjiresilience.html

The Writer's Ego

Shaun you're probably nearer the mark than most. "mmm...right right" spoken with contemplative "yawn" inflection when you join a writers' group or dare blurt out in front of established writers (any writers) you tend to scribble, usually sending all...

The Writer's Ego

Very interesting train of thoughts, but I found myself asking, what about those that write under a ghost name...is it to keep their privacy, or perhaps lack of ego...I actually can see both sides, especially when you are talking about writing fiction....


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