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Children in northern England being hit by 'double whammy' of poverty and failing schools, warns report

Children's Commissioner warns that benefits from Northern Powerhouse programme are not trickling down...

Queen’s Letter: How Are You All Doing?

Yeah, I know. It may be hard to get reliable information about Chingona lately because our local newspaper has pretty much given up. If you go to CNN.com, you can input your zip code and get daily updates of stats and links to resources in ...

Should I Stay or Should I Go: How Do I Know If I Should Drop a Course?

This article was originally published in 2016. If you want to drop a course, make sure to check your individual school’s website to get the information you need on important dates, the process of dropping, and how it could impact your gra...

Member Monday: The Colors of My Life

Today we have a piece from Writers Forum member Jennifer Levens. We especially love to run fiction pieces from Writers Forum members on Mondays. See below for submission details. Photo by Anastasiia Ostapovych on Unsplash The Colors of My L...

Fridays With Dale: Dogs, Cats, and Earthquakes

  Dogs, Cats, and Earthquakes By: Dale Angel Could it be an Earthquake that’s wondering around underground looking for a place to re-arrange the earth? Because the neighborhood dogs are all barking at once. Dogs can surprise you; the...

5 Alternatives to Traditional Book Report Projects

I’ve been revisiting some of my favorite books this summer. Doing that has reminded me of some ideas that I’ve shared in the past and also sparked some new ideas. One of those ideas is using… Read the whole entry at FreeTe...

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Pro Writing Aid (thumbs down)

I just spent last evening and most of today evaluating “Pro Writing Aid”. Its list of features, and its promises, looked attractive. I even found a coupon for 40% off, so I could have bought the “lifetime license” fo...

Mystery/Crime First Place Winner: “A Cowgirl Farewell”

Congratulations to Mary Lou Condike, first place winner in the Mystery/Crime category of the Writer’s Digest 15th Annual Popular Fiction Awards! Here’s her winning story, “A Cowgirl Farewell.” A Cowgirl Farewell A line snaked out th...

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Am I a dreamer or are fictional reporters going to be a thing?

Hey everybody! I’m Andy, 23, Italian.I’m not a writer, myself, far from being one, unfortunately. But I have always loved the art of writing and those who practice it! I’ve recently read L.A. Confidential by James Ellroy a...

Vintage WD: Murder for Profit, Mystery Story Techniques Part 2

In part 2 of this 1931 article about mystery story techniques, George Dyer offers his suggestions for how to drop hints about who the real criminal of the story is. Read part 1 of the article Murder for Profit: Mystery Story Techniques here...

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