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by Mark Nichol You’ve done it. You’ve finally, triumphantly, typed out “The End.” Congratulations!
by Mark Nichol Have you completed one or more short stories, poems, or nonfiction pieces? Perhaps you’d like some motivation — or to take the next step with them.
by Ali Hale Of course, all you really need in order to write is a notebook and pen. But there are lots of software packages that can make life easier for writers. Whatever you want to be able to do, there’s almost certainly some software out there to help you.
by Mark Nichol Abbreviations deriving from Latin terms and phrases can be troublesome for us non-Latin speakers. Here’s the long and short of the most common short forms adopted into English from the classical language: 1. e.g. This abbreviation of exempli gratia (“for example”) is not only often left bereft of its periods (or styled eg. ), it’s also frequently confused for a similar abbreviation you’ll find below.
A guest post by Leah McClellan of Peaceful Planet The best blog post I read this morning—of many—is good. Very good, actually. It flows.
Posted February 18, 2011 in How-To , Managing Clients Congratulations, you’re a freelancer. Now you can work from the comfort of your own home, in your pajamas , while blaring your favorite music so loud your ears bleed. You can also take breaks whenever you want, schedule your day however you like, and take a two-hour lunch in the middle of the day to chat with your friends on Facebook if it suits you.