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Acoustic Guitar Players – Question!

Veloci-Rapture said: ↑ So my MC plays guitar. I want her to be good at it, without being super phenomenal; to show that, early on I want her to play a short piece around a proverbial campfire that shows she’s skilled but not one tha...

How To Survive Same Day Exams

Same day exams can suck if you’re not prepared to handle them. So, don’t complain and complain and complain… get ready to face your double-exam day head on and prosper! Photo by Scott Webb on Unsplash Plan ahead of time and set up an ...

Top Tips when House Hunting for the First Time

February 13, 2019, by Alina Top Tips when House Hunting for the First Time Whether you’re excited to leave halls for the first time or if you feel you didn’t make the best of decisions when house hunting this year round, here are some t...

Netflix Binging: What Does It Look Like To An Outsider?

“Hey, are you still there?” “Do you want to continue watching?” You have the remote, so it’s your decision. Netflix binging can be a real issue and we all know it. When there are a million things to do, it’s easier to sit back, ...

A Writer’s Job Is to Persevere: Not Stopping at 96

Eugenia Lovett West, who’s still actively writing and publishing at age 96, takes perseverance to the next level. What is it like to be writing and publishing at age 96? This is my story, and I hope it will give encouragement to writers o...

Using Literary Techniques in Narrative Journalism

“There is no more fiction or nonfiction, only narrative.”—E. L. Doctorow Jon Franklin’s “Mrs. Kelly’s Monster” An inventive and enterprising writer, Jon Franklin won the inaugural Pulitzer Prize in Feature Writing for his arti...

Top Tips for your Year Abroad

January 30, 2019, by Alina Top Tips for your Year Abroad I was fortunate enough to be able to spend the third year of my degree in Paris – my favourite city in the world. However, it can be easy to look back on the whole experience throug...

Translating High-Profile Events into Fiction

Robert F. Delaney discusses the process of writing his debut novel, which serves as a case study into the unique experience of writing about a true story that, at the time of its occurrence, received significant media coverage. My friend d...

Novel Writing from A to Z: The Alphabetical Elements of Writing Fiction

Staring down the first blank page of your novel-to-be can be daunting—but any hesitation stops here. Our A to Z guide of expert tips, inspirational advice and helpful hints will walk you from Page 1 through The End. Compiled by Baihley Ge...

4 Types of Financial Aid Students Can Count On

To make it through college/university, it’s helpful to know about the different ways of acquiring financial aid. While top athletes and valedictorians are prestigious scholarship holders, the rest of us need to figure out how to pay for o...

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