It’s interesting to think what colleges and universities might share with disciplinary faculty at lower levels because sometimes, quite frankly, colleges and university have been sort of cloddish and insensitive about that. Here’s how we do things. Why don’t you folks get with this? And students are in very different positions cognitively, socially between those…Continue reading Writing in the content areas
Reluctant writers, or kids who really have a lot of trouble writing, are kids that need to understand how meaningful, and how fun writing can be. None of us want to work at something that is difficult so it has to be fun for them. And I think that a lot of times if they’re…Continue reading Two strategies for reluctant writers
At Writer’s Relief we love helping writers achieve their publishing goals and we’ve been doing just that for over 20 years through our Review Board process we consider the work of hundreds of writers interested in becoming our clients since our client list is very selective we only accept writers whose work we feel is…Continue reading Writer’s Relief: Questions and Answers About Our Review Board Process
Hi, my name is Kat and today I’m going to share seven tips to improve your writing. So these tips I’m about share with you focus on words. We’re not talking about plot or character development or world building because I already made all those videos. Today we are focusing on prose, words, and sentences.…Continue reading 7 Tips to Improve Your Writing!
Every frame of a movie should make you feel something, but what happens when a movie makes you feel conflicting emotions. That’s something that Steve McQueen is really good at in 2013’s Best Picture winner, 12 Years A Slave. It tells the true story about a free man who was kidnapped and sold into slavery…Continue reading What Writers Should Learn From 12 Years a Slave
Heya, book nerds! I’m Meg LaTorre, and on this episode of iWriterly, we’re going to be diving into 11 of my favorite writing resources. As some of you may know, we recently launched a writing resources platform on the iWriterly website. Under the Writing Resources dropdown menu, you will find “Favorite Writing Tools.” This list…Continue reading Writing Resources for Novel Writers | iWriterly
tell me what is your memory of Hong Kong when you were last I think about ten years ago yes that’s right it’s like New York for Asia it well and I’m a native New Yorker you married a Chinese I married a Chinese who was also a native and Cantonese much more right which…Continue reading “Fear of Flying” Writer Erica Jong: 2013 Book Fair Authors Series
Hey, what’s up everybody? Welcome to Lulu University. This is our new series that’ll teach you everything you need to know about self-publishing, so let’s get into it It is week one and we’re gonna start with the basics. What is self-publishing Great question well, let’s break it down So – self: you. and then…Continue reading What is Self-Publishing?