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How I Scored My Job At The NHL… With No Home Ice Advantage

How exactly do you go from small-town hockey ref to scoring a job at the NHL? Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in 2016 and while certain hiring processes may have changed, the overall advice for connecting with the ri...

The Dos and Don’ts of the Best Student Resume and Cover Letter

On a job hunt right now? The job market is understandably not great, which makes having the best student resume possible a must. We pulled this article out of the SLN archives you have an easy-to-follow list of dos and don’ts when craftin...

Fridays With Dale: I’m the Enemy

  I have the pleasure to announce the return of Fridays with Dale! Welcome back, Dale. We missed you! I’m the Enemy By Dale Angel                                                    Sit...

‘If My Roommate Dies, Do I Get an A?’ and Other School Myths Debunked

Editor’s Note: This article on popular school myths was originally published in 2014. Some of the links and stats have been updated to reflect how common these myths still are. As a first-year student transitioning from high school to uni...

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Mythcreants …a blog site for Fantasy writers and game creators

I had somebody recommend this site to me the other day. I’m not really a huge Fantasy fan and I certainly don’t write it myself …but I thought I’d take a look. Wow. I have only looked over the first two pages of the ...

Member Monday: Excerpt from From “Sweet Danger, a Mystery Novella”, by CR Roberts

We have a Member Monday submission for you. This is an excerpt from CR Roberts’ novel, Sweet Danger; A Mystery Novella. You might recognize CR Roberts as Writers Forum member Carolyn R. Flaubel. Carolyn was the grand prize winner of l...

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Show, Don’t Tell, and Exposition

(~5 minutes read) Show, Don’t Tell, and Exposition ‘Show, Don’t Tell’ is a storytelling technique for creating an experience for the reader. It aims to shift the reader emotionally closer to the story. Done well, it ...

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Dialogue Done Right

(~6 min read) For the purpose of this article, dialogue is an alive, action-alike, realistic way to reveal new information about character and/or plot and thus it should carry tension (from ‘Make a Scene’ by Jordan E. Rosenfeld,...

Fridays With Dale: It’s My Job

  It’s My Job By Dale Angel   ‘Grandmother’ is a titled position. Their duties are varied and executive in nature. You can’t run a company without experts, and Grandmothers are…especially at such things as the irrelevancy of...

Stay Organized With Google Calendar, So You Don’t Fall Behind!

Planner. Whiteboard calendar. Post-it notes on my mirror. These things have one aspect in common: I use them to stay organized. Since you clicked on this article, I’m sure you’re in the same situation. You want to stay organized but don...

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