Business Writing

  Learn about the steps and sources that lead to “High Profit Writing” — by Mark Clayton — WHAT ARE WE TALKING ABOUT HERE? Whether self-trained, or graduated professional, writers of all measure can enjoy the career and financial comforts that arrive from entering the world of high profit writing assignments. THE BUSINESS CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT Better known as ‘Corporate writing” or “business writing,” this segment of the writing industry has grown along with our maturing U.S. economy. Most new businesses in the 21st century, whether a subsidiary ofRead More

Lewis Carroll – The Hunting of the Snark


In 1876 Lewis Carroll published by far his longest poem – a fantastical epic tale recounting the adventures of a bizarre troupe of nine tradesmen and a beaver. Carrollian scholar, Edward Wakeling, introduces The Hunting of the Snark. Although best known as the author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking-Glass (1871), Lewis Carroll – the pen-name of Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, a mathematical lecturer at Christ Church, Oxford – was also an avid reader and writer of poetry. He greatly enjoyed the poems of Victorian writers suchRead More

10 Ways To Make Money With eBooks


  PUBLISH YOUR WORKS NOW! & EARN —  By Adam Waxler, Published Author . Ask any internet marketing guru and they will tell you the same thing: “Sooner or later you will have to have your own product to sell.” The fact is, the easiest product to make and sell is an ebook. Even if all you do is sell re-printed o[r licensed ebook products, at some point you’ll need to write your own ebook, such as “How to Make Money as an Author.” However, the purpose of this articleRead More

Charles Dickens – What They Won’t Tell You … – By Michael Cooper


Childhood Influences  –  Family Ties   – AND MUCH MORE There is something about Charles Dickens’ imaginative power … that defies explanation in purely biographical terms. Nevertheless, his biography shows the source of that power and is the best place to begin to define it. The second child of John and Elizabeth Dickens, Charles was born on February 7, 1812, near Portsmouth on England’s south coast. At that time John Dickens was stationed in Portsmouth as a clerk in the Navy Pay Office. The family was of lower-middle-class origins, JohnRead More

How to Become a Book Reviewer — in print & multi-media

How To Become A Book Reviewer

  TWO PARTS  —  Becoming a Reviewer — & — Succeeding as a Reviewer   If you love reading books …  and have a knack for writing, and enjoy expressing your opinion, you may want to consider becoming a book reviewer. But how do you get started? Luckily, there are now more options than ever before. Depending on your interests and skills, you can become a book reviewer for fun, for free books, or even perhaps for a career.   Part 1 —  Becoming a Reviewer Read lots of books,Read More


Life Through camera

    “These are some of the snapshots I carry with me.”  –  Horror Author:  David Silva My father coming up to visit me … after first being diagnosed with leukemia. The visit was a surprise, and he brought a new computer with him. As he carried it into the house, he said, “This isn’t yours, but I’m going to let you use it.” Later that afternoon, he told me he was dying. We spent the entire weekend playing with the computer, trying to write crude DOS programs and get itRead More


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How to Write Articles To Create Published Experience              BY:   George Spelvin If you’re a freelance writer with knowledge in any area–say gardening or poetry or amateur astronomy or Canadian history or art jewelry, then you can write articles to gain expert status in your areas of knowledge. There are many opportunities online for writing articles, paid and unpaid. How do you begin?   First, you should set up a writer’s website, which includes your resume and/or your business. If you’re an amateur astronomer,Read More

UNPUBLISHED? — But Don’t Want To Be? — HOW TO FIX IT!

Book Reviews

AN UNPUBLISHED WRITER — YOUR BOOK, AND THE PUBLISHER YOU NEED! It is an outstanding experience the publication of a writer’s first book. Publish him in a Publishing House, or independently, regardless of the type manuscript, it will be very touching for the author! A new author in the market is always a respectable event, because authors are a type of parents of the nation, because through stories, chronicles, romances or poems unmasking for readers secrets of life … and death! A book, a good book, is as a MasterRead More


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Writing is About Thinking BY:  Kent R. Mishra   The powerful writing is not the selection of special words, but the formation of good thoughts. This is the difference between an elegant prose written by a renowned author and an amateur writer. Call it a great writing! It is in fact great thinking. To achieve any trajectory, words must reflect value-added thought. The reflection of good writing can be a visual part in any form, be it script, an article, an essay, an advertisement or a user manual. Especially user manualRead More

Are Books LIFEBLOOD To Authors?


 BY:    Vineeta Sehgal   Books hold a very special place in the lives of all human beings, from all strata of life, since time immemorial. The invention of paper in China brought about a revolution in the world of books. Books give us an insight into the best of our brains, they make us perceive, feel and imagine the world through their eyes. They are the life blood of the authors and the manifestations of their personality, beliefs, and ideology. They hold a mirror to the contemporary society, asRead More