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Keep Calm and Get Straight A’s: What to Do Before, During and After Every Test

Have you been studying like a fiend, but not getting the test results you want? You’re not alone. Here are some tips and tricks I researched to get you back in the A Zone. Before the Test Use the method of loci. Most of the time, the cla...

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Writing a Fantasy

SO, I’m writing a story which I would potentially like to become a novel when I get it to the length that I want. Anyway I would appreciate if I could receive some advice and help please and thank you! ________________________________...

University and College Rules You Can Break to Become an A+ Student

Some rules were made to be broken. Especially these arbitrary university and college rules potentially holding you back from your full potential. There are made-up rules that every college student is presented with before embarking on their...

5 Unnecessary Mistakes We All Make in University

There’s a learning curve to every new season in life. Adjusting to post-secondary life can be somewhat overwhelming and you’ll be forgiven if you make any (or all) of these very common student mistakes. For many students, it’s the fir...

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Gah!! How explicit should a story about child abuse/pornography be?

Wow…..well,, at least there’s a lively discussion happening! To start with, one of the major problems I am having is that I have what may end up being contradictory goals – I didn’t think they were when I started thi...

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A discussion on where you find character desire. My own opinion based on a hypothesis

@ralph: I figure all we would have to look is at a historical period. Here’s a good example of a historical figure off the imperialism times. Seems like an interesting character the way the historian describes it. I like how historian...

Vintage WD: Must the Novelist Crusade?

In this February 1970 Writer’s Digest article, Eudora Welty argues that, “Fiction is not meant to be a disguise for propaganda. A story should speak for itself as a story.” By Eudora Welty Writer’s Digest, February 1970 Not too long...

Telling the Stories of War: Author Roundtable

Three award-winning journalists discuss their unique approaches to chronicling seminal moments in American military history with Writer’s Digest columnist Don Vaughn. This article about writing war stories previously appeared in the Janua...

A Student’s Guide For Online Learning

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, high schools, colleges, and universities across Canada are switching to an online learning platform. This is an effective way to maintain social distancing while also keeping students educated. So, as ...

7 Ways You Can Write for Change

If you’re motivated to write for change in the world, no matter the topic, writing coach Nina Amir has 7 tips to help you achieve your goal. No matter the genre in which you write, your published work can transform you into a change agent...

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