by Melissa Donovan Source link Finding meaning in poetry. We humans are programmed to find meaning in everything. We find patterns where none exist. We look for hidden messages in works of art. We yearn for meaning, especially when something doesn’t immediately make sense. Of course, art is open to
by Liz Bureman Source link Wait a second. Did you just hear that? Pick meeeee . . . There it is. You heard it, too. Don’t try to tell me you didn’t. That was the sound of a semicolon in the throes of a self-esteem battle. Why Most Writers Don’t
by Kim Clark Source link “Wow, you have the best job ever, getting to work from home.” “You’re so lucky. I wish I had that option.” Those are some of the comments I hear when I mention to others I work from home. Typically, I just nod and say, “Yes,
by The Proof Angel Source link Anyone who has seen Dragons’ Den knows that research is an important element of business planning. And unless you are just writing a book for your own amusement, and there is nothing wrong with that, you need to view your book as a business
by Grammar Chic, Inc. Source link Recently, the Grammar Chic blog has championed the long-lost art of thank you note writing, both in the context of the holiday gift season and in the context of weddings/bridal showers. Today, we address still another occasion on which sending a thank you note
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