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Why We Can't Stress Highlighting Your Acheivements Enough in Resume

Your resume's job is to spread the word about what you can do and how well you can do it. In many cases it's your only chance to get an interview for a job and therefore in order to give you a competitive edge, it should represent the best version of you and as such, it should be riddled with your achievements.…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on January 18, 2017 at 7:16am — No Comments

Why Your One-Size-Fits-All Resume Isn't Getting You Noticed

When applying for a job vacancy, a resume should reflect the needs and wants of the position you are applying for. A one-size-fits-all resume is a general resume and can sometimes be vague. If you are doing your job hunt with such kind of resume, you are wasting your time and energy. It’s recommended that you don’t send a general resume in a specific job listing since employers are looking for someone who can take a specific role. For example, if you are applying for the position of a…

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Added by Aurelija Brazenaite on January 18, 2017 at 6:13am — No Comments

ARE WE ALL GUILTY OF KILLING OUR BOOKS?



My book died last week.

The funeral was this morning; it was a sombre affair, everybody dressed…

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Added by Judith Chambers on January 17, 2017 at 8:30pm — No Comments

I Don't Get the Big Deal About Sports

I am American, born and raised in this country, and yet I am not a sports fan. Some of you will find this hard to believe and are already writing letters to the government, asking for my citizenship to be revoked.

And yet I feel about sports the way that Dorothy Parker felt about skiing: "Skiing is very difficult and none of my business." Big sports is none of my business.

So you can pretty much imagine how I felt when I learned that the football coach at my university was…

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Added by regina barreca on January 17, 2017 at 1:26pm — No Comments

In Search of my Lost Motivation

New Year’s has come and gone and with it went my motivation. It didn’t help that I came down with some type of intestinal bug the night of January 2, robbing me of two days of productivity. The only benefit of such a bug is that it can help you shed some of those holiday pounds, but even that…

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Added by Patricia Robertson on January 17, 2017 at 1:15pm — No Comments

Thought for the Day

The Thought for the Day comes from Ewa Chrusciel, whose essay appears in 'Others Will Enter the Gates':

http://writingwithoutpaper.blogspot.com/2017/01/thought-for-day_15.html

Added by Maureen E. Doallas on January 15, 2017 at 12:06pm — No Comments

How You (Yes, You) Can Find Time to Write

Maybe you’ve got a day job. Maybe you’ve got kids. Yet you have aspirations to write that novel. Your problem is that you’re not sure when you can make the time.



It’s a common dilemma, and one I’ve spent the past few years studying. From 2013-2014, for a book I wrote called I Know How She Does It, I…

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Added by Laura Vanderkam on January 12, 2017 at 11:55am — 7 Comments

Writing Right: How to Make Your Site Content Count

Writing content for the internet is nowhere near the same as creating content for any other medium. But why? The answer is simple: People digest information differently online.

Good writing is good writing, but you still need to tell a story that entertains your target…

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Added by Eileen O'Shanassy on January 10, 2017 at 10:29am — No Comments

New Book: Alone in Paris

Here is the cover for my upcoming book, Alone in Paris!

Alone in Paris is currently available for pre-order on Kindle and Amazon!

Blurb:…

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Added by Ashley Earley on January 9, 2017 at 1:30pm — No Comments

Where I Write: Planes, Trains & Poolside

A few years ago, we were visiting Key West and I got to see where Hemingway wrote. It's a cozy room, separate from the main house. A place of solitude and creativity. I wish I could say I wrote in an equally inspiring place, but instead, much of my writing is done on planes, trains, and poolside. If I waited to write until I was in more conducive surroundings, I would never write. If you have a New Year’s resolution to write more in 2017, that means writing whenever and wherever you…

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Added by Cindi Michael on January 7, 2017 at 10:46am — 7 Comments

Behind the Book – Joan Stanford, The Art of Play

I hadn’t planned to write a “real” book, never imagined being published. I do not identify as a writer, do not do research or create characters. Nor am I a memoirist although what became my book does relate my journey. So the story behind the book…

I had discovered expressive…

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Added by Joan Stanford on January 6, 2017 at 6:30pm — 5 Comments

Alone in Paris Cover Reveal on January 7th

   Alone in Paris cover release on January 7th!



COVER REVEAL

The cover for my upcoming…

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Added by Ashley Earley on December 30, 2016 at 2:45pm — 1 Comment

Alone in Paris Cover Reveal on January 7th

   Alone in Paris cover release on January 7th!



COVER REVEAL

The cover for my upcoming…

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Added by Ashley Earley on December 30, 2016 at 2:45pm — No Comments

One Scene, Three Places

The place in which a scene in a novel is set has a tremendous effect on how the story’s characters will feel and react. The place can also affect how your reader will understand and respond to the scene.

 

In order to understand how place affects a scene, let’s look at a simple dialogue between…

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Added by Bernadette Geyer on December 28, 2016 at 3:30pm — No Comments

On Becoming a Writer

Writing fiction thrust itself upon me as an unwelcome, rather rude guest. My entire work career had involved writing: psychological reports, requests for proposals, advertising copy -- but fiction I dismissed as best left to others with wilder imaginations and wardrobes.

Then in 2004, I learned about an aunt and cousins I did not know existed, and whose story begged for an audience and someone to present it. Me. I began writing, inventing vast swaths of story line but attempting to be…

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Added by Ann Griffin on December 26, 2016 at 2:43pm — 1 Comment

50 Keywords You Should Obviously Use In Veteran Resume

Military officers make a significant career change by transitioning into civilian workforce and hence will need to convey their skills through effective objective statements that can persuade an employer. They have to define the position they are interested in and express how their acquired skills will suit that particular position.

Keywords communicate qualifications and the skills that an applicant poses. A prospective employer makes basic assumptions about the skills an applicant…

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Added by Aurelija Brazenaite on December 22, 2016 at 2:10pm — No Comments

How to Show Multiple Positions on Your Resume.

Job seekers holding multiple positions at the same company are faced with a dilemma: describe every position in detail (and use up valuable resume space), or consolidate for greater readability? Find answers in this article and use resume editor service to compose profesional CV.

The following are tips on how to show multiple…

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Added by Jennifer Broflowski on December 21, 2016 at 4:00am — No Comments

[THE WRITER'S LIFE] Insanity

As I write this, I am waiting to hear the outcome of yet another writing competition I entered several months back. As in, today is the announcement day. But have I been checking my email since last week at a rate only a crazy person would understand? Yes.

I gathered up a bunch of words I thought…

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Added by Cindy Eastman on December 20, 2016 at 11:52am — 2 Comments

Three-part Series on Writing Retreats

Thanks to Jane Friedman for inviting me to write about writing retreats for her very popular blog.

Here's Part I

And after that, check out Part 2

Look for Part 3 next week!

Thanks for reading!

Melanie Bishop…

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Added by Melanie Bishop on December 20, 2016 at 11:39am — No Comments

5 Things I Discovered from a Taking a Month Off from Writing

For the past five years I’ve kept a rigorous writing schedule. I’ve written or co-authored four books and one e-book. I’ve blogged religiously every other week, plus written countless guest posts and, for the last year, a monthly column. In my most recent book, I wrote…

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Added by Brooke Warner on December 17, 2016 at 1:30pm — 17 Comments

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