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Today’s word for the day: Mulish Meaning: Unwilling to change your mind or attitude; stubborn as the famously stubborn mule Synonyms: Stubborn, obstinate, recalcitrant Antonyms: Docile, obliging Usage: Francis cannot be persuaded. He can be mulish when he has made up his mind.   Also read: Books that can improve your vocabulary


If you want to write a book that is impossible to put down, focus on writing powerful dialogue between your characters. Today we’ll share 6 important tips for how to write dialogue that will help your readers create a strong bond to your characters and your story. Tip #1: Know Your Characters When you know...


Writing in the 21st Century With digital technology and, especially Web 2.0, it seems, writers are everywhere—on bulletin boards and in chat rooms and in emails and in text messages and on blogs responding to news reports and, indeed, reporting the news themselves as I-reporters. Such writing is what Deborah Brandt has called self-sponsored writing:...


1. Know the Rules This doesn’t mean to simply remember what you learned — or what you think you learned — five or fifty years ago. Careful writers continuously educate and reeducate themselves about grammar, syntax, usage, and style. In preparing to write my posts over the last few years, I have engaged in extensive...


Editing, specifically book editing, is simply the conception, planning and specifying of the contents of a book, in cooperation with the author, for the purpose of transmitting the author’s message to the reader in the best, most satisfying and most profitable way possible (Festus Adesanoye). The editor’s main role is that of an experienced intermediary...

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One of the reasons we became interior designers in the first place was because we love collecting and then putting it all together. But when you’re designing your own house, the hardest thing is to finish it, as you’re always adding your next favourite thing, and finally there’s no space left.

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