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Finding the Hook in Your Writing
If you are going to write, you need to hook your readers. It has been a secret recipe in writing. To catch your reader's interest is what you need to do. In order to hook your readers, you must...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Use Logical Reasoning to Support Your Essay
When it comes into writing, you need to include logical reasoning as part of it. As a matter of fact, this kind of writing style can greatly persuades your readers about the topic that you are discussing. This is one way of...
By Jane Sumerset
How to Answer Essay-Type Exams
When you take exams in school, it's not uncommon to stumble upon essay-type questions as regular parts of the test. They usually turn up in almost every subject, from mathematics to history to the sciences.
By Jane Sumerset
When to Organize Your Essay With a Problem-Solution Structure
Basically, people are searching for facts regarding the problem that they are going to find an answer for. In order to solve their queries about a particular subject, they need to learn more about it and how these facts can satisfy their...
By Jane Sumerset
Making Your Biography Interesting: Elements
How are you going to write an interesting biography? After the planning stage, you should stick to the writing elements before anything else. Your main purpose in writing a biography is to inform your readers about someone's life. That's it!...
By Jane Sumerset
Crafting An Effective Argument By Repeating Points
In order to provide such an interesting write-up, you've got to use effective arguments that will fit your topic. It requires logical thinking, analysis about the topic and your creative way of organizing your ideas.
By Jane Sumerset
How To Use Subordinate Clauses
Basically, not all writers know what a subordinate clause is although there are those who really knew more about it. But for those who are not aware of the real definition of a subordinate clause and how it plays an important role in writing...
By Jane Sumerset
Writing Long: When Short And Sweet Just Don't Cut It
Are you disturbed with how much you write within a given writing task? Is it because you can't write longer pieces and words just won't come out of your mind? Although you have the need to write you just can't seem to think of the possible...
By Jane Sumerset
How To Make Editing Your Drafts An Easier Proposition
Like to write, hate to edit? I'm with you on that. Many writers I know are the same way. However, there's no way around it. Editing is truly what shapes a piece, turning a pile of clay into a statue worth displaying.
By Jane Sumerset
The Need For Focus
The most common problem that a writer faces is how to focus their attention into their writing task. There are times where you don't really feel like writing a piece and your mind is filled with different thoughts that are not related to the...
By Jane Sumerset
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