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Want To Become A Speedreader? A Guide To Reading Faster

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Ever looked at someone who reads at ‘a million miles per hour’ and wonder how they reached that pace? Have you ever desired to become one of those speed-reading machines that absorb the majority of words and comprehension while also racing through books. Well, in that case please continue to read on and discover a […]

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Understanding How to Balance Writing – 6 Easy Tips

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One of the most important elements in any form of writing is an element that is also essential in other artistic forms. Painting, sewing, cooking, dance, video games, film, television, every other art form you can think of, at their best rely upon balance. So how can you use the, oh-so-airy idea of balance in […]

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How To Perfect The Art of Essay Writing

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Essays, everyone has to write them, but few people want to. So how can you write better essays? The process is remarkably simple, and it all starts with applying a few steps. 1. Plan With any kind of writing, the best method is to plan before you write. This can be through brainstorming methods such […]

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How To Write Even When You Are Not Motivated

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One of the trickiest elements of being a writer, or of any kind of writing, is maintaining motivation. How do you write when you are not motivated? How do you start writing when you lack the motivation to do so? It is a more common issue than many would realise, from students with essays that […]

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Four Tips On How To Show And Not Tell In Your Writing

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One of the most common pieces of writing advice is ‘show, do not tell.’ It is a piece of advice, however, that is rarely understood. The question that most commonly arises, near instantaneously among students is, ‘how can I avoid telling in my writing’? This is because there is a misconception that to ‘show, do […]

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Subverting the ‘norm’ of writing?

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There’s this interesting concept in modern literature: subversion. Essentially it’s the idea of challenging the ‘norm’ in writing. You see it in popular fantasy for instance, which is a genre I do read plenty of, whereby new authors attempt to make their work stand out by subverting common archetypes in new and varying ways.  There […]