Monthly Archives: October 2010

Distance Learning Creative Writing Unleash Your Creative Potential

Distance learning creative writing is fast becoming a trend today. Creative writing can be described as any writing directed towards the goal of accomplishing some intended purpose. Creative writing is different from general writing – general writing may not have … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Templates

by Special Collections at Wofford College Creative Writing Templates Getting creative should not be a hard thing to come about if you know what it is that avails your personal growth in creative writer. Creative writing templates is a ideal … Continue reading

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On the road with Jodi Picoult: Rome — Book Video

From http://www.BookVideos.tv – In nineteen minutes, you can mow the front lawn, color your hair, watch a third of a hockey game. In nineteen minutes, you can bake scones or get a tooth filled by a dentist; you can fold … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Write Your Book to Sell Way More Than Its Competition

Did you define an intense problem and solve it within your book? Congratulations! You now have the ingredients to make your book a top seller in your field or expertise. With the right mix, your book is destined to sell … Continue reading

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Business & Creative Writing : Writing a Teaching Resume

To write a teaching resume, list personal contact information, educational experience, academic accomplishments and previous teaching experience. Assemble a stellar teaching resume by highlighting personal strengths and weaknesses with this free video on resumes from a certified writing instructor. Expert: … Continue reading

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Lastest Creative Writing Degrees News

Marshall Leaps! Image by elston Marshall was one of the first people I met when I started work at Carnegie Mellon. Friendly, enthusiastic, and full of ideas. He received his undergraduate degree in creative writing at Carnegie Mellon (one of … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Tips for Students & Teachers : How to Write Drama

Rules for writing dramas include choosing dynamic characters, setting a realistic plot and adding humor to the story. Find out more about writing dramas with a moral lesson in this free video from a professional writer. Expert: Laura Turner Bio: … Continue reading

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