Writing

Is Writing the Right Job for a Wahm?

15 February 2011

Do you have a knack for writing and have always thought that it could be your ideal job? Many Wahms (work at home moms or, for us males, work at home men) have started to make a very good living out of writing for other people, and a lot of this is down to the internet and the many websites out there looking for content on a constant basis.

When I was just starting out online, and had no idea of the path I wanted to take towards the promised riches and rewards of the new online frontier, writing was one of the furthest things from…

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Fairy Tales Aren’t What They Used to Be

13 January 2011

In these days when boy wizards and vampires seem to be dominating the collective consciousness it’s easy to forget that fairy tales once entertained the children of the world; just how well do you know your fairy tales though.

In this article we’re going to look at some of the more popular fairy tales of yesteryear that are still around today, and see just how some of these favourites have changed over the passage of time…

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How to Find Topics when Writing a Long Series of Articles

12 January 2011

If you’ve ever tried to do it in the past, you’ll know that writing a long series of articles isn’t something that you just dive into. One of the reasons that so many people give up when it comes to article marketing is due to the fact that they manage to get one or two articles completed on a specific niche subject, and then the mental well runs dry. So what do you need to do to keep the flow constant?

In this article we’re going to look at a number of ways to make sure you have enough potential article topics to get you through when you start writing a long series of articles…

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Were Jane Austen’s Novels Experimental?

14 December 2010

Can you imagine Jane Austen just sitting in front of a blank piece of paper, wondering where the next word was coming from? Well, if you believe a lot of the scholars who claim that she got it completely right first time; this is just the sort of thing you could imagine happening.

It seems that the published works of author Jane Austen’s may not have been in her own unique experimental style, and could well have been changed considerably by her editor…

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When a Misplaced ‘not’ Means ‘does’ In the English Language

10 November 2010

Maybe it’s the age that we’re living in, or maybe it’s just my actual age, but some of the things that are happening to the English language are starting to baffle me. Here’s an example of the most recent, and possibly most annoying thing that seems to have seeped into our modern take on the English language.

There are a large number of people around today that don’t seem to see the irony in some of the things that they are actually saying due to the misplaced ‘not’. I read an article recently that was talking about how to cope with anxiety…

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