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WHY NOT YA? | Episode 7: Nicola Yoon, The Sun is Also a Star

WHY NOT YA? | Episode 7: Nicola Yoon, The Sun is Also a Star

We teamed up with Belletrist to bring you #WhyNotYA—a conversation centered around young adult books, where hosts Ebony LaDelle from Epic Reads and Karah Preiss from Belletrist interview authors who talk about important themes of female empowerment in their YA novels! In this episode, we chatted with Nicola Yoon about The Sun Is Also a Star—everything from the book to movie process to the book’s themes of immigration. This was… Read Article →

Practical & Creative Writing Lessons : How to Write a Recommendation Letter

Practical & Creative Writing Lessons : How to Write a Recommendation Letter

Writing a recommendation letter requires being completely honest, highlighting the great qualities and touching on the poorer qualities of the one being recommended. Be honest when recommending an individual with tips from a produced playwright in this free video on writing. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A. in English from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., graduating magna cum laude with honors. Her plays have… Read Article →

How to prepare kindergarten children for writing in English

How to prepare kindergarten children for writing in English

Teach 21st century skills with confidence Improve kindergarten children’s hand-eye coordination, pencil movement and letter recognition with this alphabet card activity. This activity is great for all levels, as well as children with learning difficulties, such as dyslexia This activity teaches the following 21st century skill: communication. Developing our children’s writing is animportant part of learning to communicate in English. This activity will improve their hand-eyecoordination, pencil movement and letter… Read Article →

Writing from Prompts fourth Grade

Writing from Prompts fourth Grade

that's myself well why is my mom my role model what makes her so good and if and if you've picked someone and you really can't think of reasons that they're your role model then you would pick another person maybe who you can throw reasons for so there's always techniques to combat writer's block or if you just if you're sitting there and you just feel like I can't… Read Article →

Practical & Creative Writing Lessons : How to Write a Thank-You Note to Your Boss

Practical & Creative Writing Lessons : How to Write a Thank-You Note to Your Boss

Writing a thank-you note to a boss offers encouragement and expresses appreciation in a polite format. Thank a boss in a pleasant note with tips from a produced playwright in this free video on writing. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: Laura Turner received her B.A. in English from the University of the South in Sewanee, Tenn., graduating magna cum laude with honors. Her plays have been seen and heard from Alaska… Read Article →

About California College of the Arts (CCA)

About California College of the Arts (CCA)

Founded in 1907, California College of the Arts (CCA) is noted for the interdisciplinarity and breadth of its programs. It offers studies in 21 undergraduate and seven graduate majors in the areas of fine arts, architecture, design, and writing. CCA students come from across the country from across the world they bring rich experience in different cultures and they come together and have learning experiences that allow them to crossover… Read Article →

Writing a novel  in the present tense

Writing a novel in the present tense

Here’s an esoteric clip. Edmund Hurst is a novelist doing a PhD at Hull; Sarah Walton is a novelist who wrote RUFIUS as part of a PhD. And so to the question – what are the challenges of writing a novel in the present tense? With three first person voices? Hear Sarah’s answers here. From Sarah’s launch of her novel RUFIUS at the Philip Larkin Centre, University of Hull, 3… Read Article →

Kamal on Script writing Pushpak

Kamal on Script writing Pushpak

kamal at FICCI Script writing workshop. Sharing his exp on Pushpak, Pesum padam movie. with singeetham sreenivasa rao other facilities so we pulled it off all of that in camera yes the dog went 300 we made that is yet to come yeah we are soon to make it a movie to do that so like that everything build up on spot and at T no Holland they found there… Read Article →

052 - Creative Writing in Urdu/Hindi by DigiSkills | Text Evaluation Fact Based Articles

052 – Creative Writing in Urdu/Hindi by DigiSkills | Text Evaluation Fact Based Articles

#DigiSkills #tutorials #Courses #vu #Urdu #WordPress #Freelancing #AutoCAD #CreativeWriting More Information for Trainee & Sign Up Now for Course Enrollments in 3rd Batch. What is the DigiSkills Program? Advent of new ICT technologies has opened a myriad of new possibilities for knowledge workers across the globe by enabling them to provide their services remotely to clients. By leveraging these ICT technologies, a new on-demand economy is being created, where professional… Read Article →

Gretchen Rubin  | How to Succeed as an Author AND Find Happiness with Kelsey Humphreys

Gretchen Rubin | How to Succeed as an Author AND Find Happiness with Kelsey Humphreys

She is the leading expert on happiness, a 3x NYT bestselling author, and the host of the popular podcast Happier with Gretchen Rubin. Listen for insights on how to work and live happy – and how to redesign your life if you’re not happy where you are! For more information on Gretchen Rubin go to —– SUBSCRIBE FOR *REAL LIFE* success hacks and insights, celebrity interviews, funny vids, music vids… Read Article →

Elisa Días Castelo

Elisa Días Castelo

Elisa Díaz Location: Mexico City Category: Poetry Bio: Winner of the Alonso Vidal National Poetry Prize 2017 for her first collection, Principia (Tierra Adentro). With the support of the Fulbright and Goldwater scholarships, she completed an MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at New York University (2013-2015). Her poems in English have appeared in Poetry International, Tupelo Quarterly and Border Crossing, among others. She won the Poetry International Prize 2016, the… Read Article →

Ink Re-Review: DeAtramentis' "Charles Dickens" Ink

Ink Re-Review: DeAtramentis' "Charles Dickens" Ink

Here I re-review an ink by DeAtramentis, by the title of “Charles Dickens” (aka: “Cement Grey” — dark Grey/Green ink, with lovely shading, barely-wet flow, and the ‘standard’ aging-problems one often sees with DeAtramentis inks). Here-in may be found my own thoughts and opinions on the matter, as well as some test results I have for (among other factors) water-resistance on Clairefontaine, Fabriano, Rhodia, Tomoe River, Copier Paper, Mead Notebook… Read Article →

Growth of Black Authors - BLAKADEMIK

Growth of Black Authors – BLAKADEMIK

S01E05: There has been a noticeable increase in books published by black authors and writers in 2018. Why is that? What’s changed? And why is it important? We’re joined by Raifa Rafiq from literacy review podcast, Mostly Lit, author and artist, Kirsty Latoya and Nicolas Tyrell from music and culture Dats Podcast join for this debate. #Authors #Diversity #ItsAllBlakademik Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: Executive Producer /Creator; Jordan Jarrett-Bryan Director; Francis Kunlay… Read Article →

How to Write a Great Biography: Authors Explain the Secrets to Success (1999)

How to Write a Great Biography: Authors Explain the Secrets to Success (1999)

Blanche Wiesen Cook (born April 20, 1941 in New York City), Distinguished Professor of history at John Jay College in the City University of New York, is the author of Eleanor Roosevelt: Volume One 1884–1933, a Los Angeles Times Book Prize winning biography of Eleanor Roosevelt. Cook’s biography is controversial because of her claims that Roosevelt had a lesbian affair with reporter Lorena Hickok.[1] Ms. Cook, who is openly gay,[2]… Read Article →

Ylva Author Panel Discussion #2 - Women of Color in Lesbian Fiction

Ylva Author Panel Discussion #2 – Women of Color in Lesbian Fiction

We’re a small publisher focusing on lesbian fiction and women’s literature. We publish German and English novels and short stories. hi everybody my name is Andy Marquette and I am moderating this panel that we have assembled a group of authors to discuss the inclusion of women of color and fiction in general and lesbian fiction specifically we are going to conduct an open thoughtful respectful conversation our goal is… Read Article →

Game of Thrones Needs Women Writers

Game of Thrones Needs Women Writers

Arya and Sansa got into a fight on Game of Thrones, but the scene could’ve benefitted from a women’s perspective. Subscribe to Jezebel: Visit us at: Like us at: Follow us at: View us: Watch more from Fusion friends: Fusion: Splinter: F-Comedy: Fusion TV: Gizmodo: Kotaku: Deadspin: Lifehacker: Io9: Jalopnik: Sploid: The Root: Arya and Sansa storyline was really messed up it's painfully clear there are no women writing for… Read Article →

Who Is The Greatest Author of ALL TIME?

Who Is The Greatest Author of ALL TIME?

My choice for greatest author of all time. NO, It is not Robert Jordan. Shocker, I know. But when it comes to writing, there are many good picks. Personally I went with what could be considered an obvious choice, but there is plenty of ammo to back it up. Patreon: Discord Server: Twitter: @DanielBGreene Instagram: dgreene101 GoodReads: Intro Music Supplied by Starless. Do yourself a favor and check them out!… Read Article →