Writing any type of content (a novel, academic essay, blog post, etc) requires a great deal of concentration and discipline. In fact, when you're writing, the slightest distraction or inconvenience can adversely affect your productivity and workflow. So it's no wonder that the writing medium you use is very important, especially when you consider that… Continue reading Writing on Paper VS Writing Digitally — Which is More Productive?
Once upon a time, I was told that grammar shouldn't matter as long as you can communicate your ideas to your readers and they can understand you. After all, if your readers can understand what you're saying, they wouldn't mind you using poor grammar to share your thoughts, right? Maybe. Maybe not. I suppose it… Continue reading Why does grammar matter in your writing?
Riddle me this: I am something. If you dress me up fine and make me as attractive as ever, I would bring you all the blog readers that you desire. But if you dress me up terribly or pay no attention to my physical appearance, I just might steal from you the blog readers that… Continue reading 7 Simple Tips to Write Catchy Headlines That Will Attract More Readers
Every day, you brainstorm interesting topics to write about, and when you finally get one good idea, you spend a great deal of time writing your article. When you're done writing, you smile at the work of art you've created, then you quickly publish your masterpiece so that the rest of the world can join… Continue reading Five Grammar Tips Every Writer Should Know
Hey, guys! 😊 So I just started writing flash fiction today on my Facebook timeline. My followers there love this very story and think I should continue writing horror/ghost stories like this in a new Facebook series – Bedtime Stories. Now, I know that I mostly blog about self-improvement (for teens) and my blogging/writing experience… Continue reading Bedtime Stories: My Grandma’s Old Locket
I woke up on George's bed with boxes of pizza scattered on the floor and empty plastic bottles of mineral. The TV was on. George was partially on the bed with his legs splayed on the floor. I rolled over and reached for his phone. 10:43am. I sat up, rubbed my eyes and stretched, last… Continue reading Loving likeness
If you're looking for a space to express yourself or you're in search of a super interesting way to promote your (company's) brand or products, then blogging is probably your best option. Blogging promises a lot of benefits and there are many reasons why you should start a blog today. In this article, I'll mention… Continue reading 10 Reasons You Should Start Blogging Today
I thank you, Chidi Emmanuel Chinonso, for this beautiful piece. LIKE A BREATH... The new boy in class was odd, he didn't speak to anyone and of course, wasn't spoken to either for a forthnight. He was imposing, not short and possessed eyes that outdid the luminous beads of a rosary, eyes that only left… Continue reading Guest Post | Like A Breath
I would be needing a new pen soon. This one's ink depletes too quickly. I'm given to pedantry by nature and I've got four pens that I use for specific purposes. One is red, another is black, and the last two are two different shades of blue. I use the red to underline important text… Continue reading I Took A Pen For Granted
The English dictionary defines "moral" as "conforming to a standard of right behavior; sanctioned by or operative on one's conscience or ethical judgement." After further study, I've come to understand the word, "moral", as the codes generally adhered to, and principles generally followed by a particular group of people, in a particular location. So, what… Continue reading 9Perspectives// Premarital Sex — Yay or Nay? (Answers)
NIGHTINGALE Young lover, do tell, why the winsome smile? Or is it, perhaps, that you dream again? ME 'Tis not a dream, sweet singer of the night; But I smile at the thought of my short tale. NIGHTINGALE O dreamer, as you smile, do tell it too That I may fain learn to jolly with… Continue reading I Met The Moon Goddess