Blond vs. Blonde Explained

Blond vs. Blonde Explained

Blond or blonde: which one should you use? The short answer: they're both correct. You Can't Go Wrong with Blond or Blonde Both forms of blond can act as both nouns and adjectives. A "blond" (or "blonde") is a person with hair that is yellow-ish in color. "Blond" and...

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How to Summarize a Novel: 4 Steps to Writing a Great Summary

How to Summarize a Novel: 4 Steps to Writing a Great Summary

 Speaking as an author, what’s the number one question people ask you about your writing? For me, that question is, “What is your book about?” It’s often a puzzlingly difficult question to answer with any sort of brevity. It sounds nutty, doesn’t it? I wrote the...

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Which or That? Grammar Explained

Which or That? Grammar Explained

Pronouns help us avoid the cumbersome repetition of words. They stand in for nouns that we've introduced. Imagine if we didn't have the pronouns "you" and "me." Instead of asking your friend Tom if he wants to go to the movies with you, you'd say: "Tom, does Tom want...

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5 Great Timed Writing Exercises to Shake Up Your Creativity

5 Great Timed Writing Exercises to Shake Up Your Creativity

We’ve all been there. You’re all set up for a day of writing: you’ve got your comfy pants on, your favorite drink at your side, and your chillest writing playlist is pumping. Then you open up a fresh Word document and—BAM! You hit a brick wall. And no matter what you...

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6 Hacks to Take Better Notes

6 Hacks to Take Better Notes

With all the drama and bustle that comes with modern living, proper organization has never been more important to maintaining both your career and your sanity. And though it’s most often associated with students, accurate and diligent notetaking can be a valuable tool...

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Flier or Flyer: The Difference Explained

Flier or Flyer: The Difference Explained

These two words sound the same, but do they have the same meaning? The debate between “flier” and “flyer” is an illustration of variant spellings that have evolved in parallel over time. Other examples are: Gray and grey Traveling and travelling Judgment and judgement...

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What Is Foreshadowing? The Opposite of a Flashback

What Is Foreshadowing? The Opposite of a Flashback

Each genre of literature has a set of elements. Fiction’s elements include theme, setting, characters, structure, plot, and style. Style is the technique by which the story moves from incident to incident and the manner in which the story is presented. Style concerns...

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Amazon Underreported Thousands of CreateSpace Book Sales

Amazon Underreported Thousands of CreateSpace Book Sales

Amazon significantly underreported sales for one of our book titles printed through CreateSpace in 2018. They have never paid us the royalties owed for those sales, nor have they addressed the underlying problems that led to the issue. We believe CreateSpace...

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