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10 Remarkably Simple Tips for Writing a Novel

10 Remarkably Simple Tips for Writing a Novel

Despite what you've heard, writing a novel isn’t exactly like climbing a mountain. It's harder. At least a mountain is always there in front of you. A novel can be elusive. Longer and more complex than a short story, a novel can span the course of years and involves creating a main character who grows and changes throughout the story. However, have no fear. You can actually start writing a novel right now, right this instant, by following these ten simple steps here. 1. Get over yourself. N … Read More

10 Remarkably Simple Tips for Writing a Novel
Despite what you've heard, writing a novel isn’t exactly like climbing a mountain. It's harder. At least a mountain is always there in front of you. A novel can be elusive. Longer and more complex than a short story, a novel can span the course of years and involves creating a main character who grows and changes throughout the story. However, have no fear. You can actually start writing a novel right now, right this instant, by following these ten simple steps here. 1. Get over yourself. N
How to Score a 5 on the AP Statistics Exam
Getting ready to take the AP Statistics exam? Create the perfect AP Statistics study guide these helpful tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...   The three-hour AP Statistics exam consists of two sections, the 90-minute 40-question multiple-choice section and the 90-minute short answer section (which will have four to seven 10-minute open-ended questions and one 30-minute investigative task). The exam covers exploring data (describing patterns and departures from patterns), samplin
Reconstructing Poetry: The Brick by Brick Approach
Are you interested in learning how to write poetry? A great exercise to try is taking an already-written piece, and deconstructing it. Below, Tucson tutor Lourdes C. explains the method...   If you're a word crafter and you've found your words growing thin and inadequate, maybe even trite and boring, try this original constructivist approach from an applied linguistics perspective to see if you can't get the impact back into your work and cure writer's block. The method operates o
3 Simple Steps for Solving Mixture Problems
Struggling to understand your algebra assignments? Breaking problems down into manageable steps can make them much easier to handle. Here, Tucson teacher Blake C. shares his simple, 3-step process for solving mixture problems with ease:   A source of endless confusion for many algebra students is the dreaded mixture problem. These are the problems that ask you things like, if you mix 10lbs of peanuts costing $1.50 per pound with cashews costing $2.50 per pound, how many pounds of cashew
Your SAT Study Plan for the Summer
It might be summer, but that doesn't give you an excuse to slack off if you're gearing up for applying for college this Fall! Here are some tips for staying sharp this summer from online tutor Natalie S... It is finally summer! The school year is over, and suddenly you have tons of free time to kick back and hang out. Consider taking just a small portion of that time each day and allotting it to an SAT study plan. It may not initially sound like an appealing way to spend your summer, howe

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