Second person narrative — (you – the reader as acharacter)
Your turn to speak –your knees turn to water; your hands become sloppy, slick, clumsy appendagesand your heart rattles a beat more appropriate to a squirrel. Somehow, you findyour way to the podium, sort your papers, and clear your throat.
— Rarely successful, and then only in shorter works.Considered idiosyncratic and experimental, most publishing people adviseagainst using this point of view. Read More
Hello! This article is for those people who need practice on their SAT essay. The SAT essay is 25 minutes long and is the first section of the test. Although, this section has caused hassle and poor scores for many students, it is not that difficult once you realize that the essay is a part of a standardized test. Read More
In My childhood i used to write almost most of the time, but when i grow up a little i didn’t like what i wrote and i couldn’t write anymore for almost four year at least and that sucks for someone like me who loves to read much and dreams someday to be a writer (Novelist).
This year i found GTD and i started to know that writing sometimes isn’t just about getting Inspiration but might be as well a habit!..so i forced myself to be writing -anything- for an hour every single day..it was hard..i didn’t have anything to write about..so i started by typing some article from the newspaper and the feel of typing words made me wanna type my own words. Read More
Unlimited suggestions to distinguish original contents on one hub that I should write put me on hot water to depend the title of this article.
Why discover? It could have been ‘associate’ or ‘insert’. I prefer discover from other words to describe my arguments since it’s the main policy of HubPages and Google AdSense. Read More
I want to tell two business-related stories. One has to do with sales tactics gone awry, and the other with customer service issues that leave you with a bad taste in your mouth. Both of these stories are completely true, and happened to us in the same week.
Triple Dog Dare Media is in the midst of obtaining a GSA Schedule 541–in other words, we’re trying to become a certified vendor of Web-based marketing sevices to the federal government. Read More
When we write for college courses, we write for an audience other than ourselves. And it’s an audience of more than one–the professor who assigned the piece. A good way to think of (and never forget) audience is to imagine we are writing the assignment for a popular magazine that sits in multiple copies on the shelves of an equally popular bookstore. Read More