How do you construct sentences? Sentence structure can aid understanding, but do they have to be limited in length? Important questions for discussion. Continue reading The Joy of Sentences – Construction
Every on-line writer should aim to produce timeless writing, this means their content can be read at any time of the day or any time of the year, or indeed for many years to come. Continue reading Web based Articles: Make Your Writing Timeless
With writing does practice make perfect? This is an essential question discussed by Barbara Baig. Continue reading If You Just Keep Writing, Will You Get Better?
How are you using your time? Truth is too many people let it while away, but tit doesn’t have to always be the case. Continue reading Shattered Glass and the Pain of Not Writing
There is plenty of scope for original thinking on your blog and Peter Giblett explains why you should seek to explain new ideas. Continue reading Originality: Going Against the Flow
Having encountered Mike Senczyszak’s writing a few months ago I have followed his blog, where he presents some interesting thoughts. He presents today some thoughts about why he writes. Continue reading Why Do I Write? Thoughts by Mike Senczyszak
We humans learnt to speak somewhere between 40,000 and 100,000 years ago and writing was developed soon after as a means to communicate between people. Continue reading Smoke Signals, Scribbles, Papyrus and Scrolls
The first in a series about writers challenges, Lydia Oyetunji explains the challenges of writing while on the road. Continue reading Truck Driving and Writing: A Perfectly Imperfect Union