It’s time, now more than ever, to prioritize your personal finance. Kevin Hall from TheSensibleMerchant.com offers his advice.
In the 21st century, the pros for shifting to a permanent remote workforce far outweigh the cons. Here’s why.
Remember physical magazines? They’re making a comeback in my household. And they should in yours, too.
Making the choice to publish a book is an exciting and frightening time. Be sure you are prepared by asking yourself these questions first.
During my senior year at Michigan, author Colson Whitehead made a surprise visit to my English class. It was the turning point for my writing career.
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The five-paragraph essay isn’t just useful in high school classrooms anymore. It has taken over the online writing community.
The last thing you need when having a baby during a pandemic are unexpected bills. But those bills are exactly what hospitals need.
What began more than 100 years ago in a battle between major New York newspapermen, yellow journalism now seems tailored to the digital age.
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We are running out of time to save local, indie bookstores. Finally, a new online book retailer is here to fight for the little guy. Let’s support it.
According to Pete McCarthy, the late comedian and travel writer, you never pass a pub with your name on it. My wife and I traveled to Ireland to prove it.
Before tackling that next big project, understand these 7 steps to ensuring a successful final product.
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Philipp Meyer has received his second TV adaptation, with Showtime picking up the American Rust TV series. Previously, AMC produced The Son in 2017.
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Ernest Hemingway is one of the greatest American authors. But the tale of his childhood in northern Michigan goes largely untold.
You could ask any writer. I’m sure they could tell you how they begin their writing process. But where do they find their writing inspiration? Maybe inspiration strikes like lightning — the entire story, right there in their mind, neatly wrapped with a bow. Maybe they have a nugget of an idea and begin toContinue reading “How to find writing inspiration: My personal journey”
Frequently compared to Philipp Meyer’s The Son, Paul Howarth’s debut novel Only Killers and Thieves should be the next book on your reading list.
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