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The Record of Your Gratitude

The Record of Your Gratitude

A journal. It’s an odd thing to be grateful for. And yet, it is journals like William Bradford’s that share the secrets of life. Journals contain stories of lessons learned, results of roads less traveled, and conclusions of decisions that some would probably not make again.

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Follow YOUR Writing Process

Follow YOUR Writing Process

Writing can’t be done without going through certain stages. All writers go through their own unique writing processes before they make their final drafts. Usually, writers start with choosing topics and brainstorming, and then they may outline their papers, and compose sentences and paragraphs to make a rough draft. After they make a rough draft, writers may begin revising their work by adding more sentences, or removing sentences. Writers may then edit their rough draft by changing words and sentences that are grammatically incorrect or inappropriate for a topic

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Practicing Show, Don’t Tell

Practicing Show, Don’t Tell

Summer is a great time to explore our creativity and stretch our writing skills. We can get out into the sun and nature, smell the flowers, daydream under the clouds, and make use of the long summer days to chase adventure and catch up on our big writing projects.

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Using Quotation Marks Correctly

Using Quotation Marks Correctly

By The Summit University Team

Punctuation is our favorite topic, right? Well… maybe not. Nevertheless, we writers need to master the ins and outs of punctuation if we wish to master our craft. So, in the spirit of learning good punctuation, we’ll be examining punctuation puzzles over the course of our next few Writers’ Guild newsletters. And since punctuation in the English language is quite detailed, we are going to try to keep the subject as straightforward as possible by addressing one punctuation mark at a time.

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Why Should I Care About Headline Writing?

Why Should I Care About Headline Writing?

By The Summit University Team

Writing interesting headlines is both an art and a science. Volumes have been written on this learnable skill. But why should I learn how to write headlines, you may ask. Well, do you send emails? Do you post anything on social media that you would like others to view or read? Do you ever write anything that you share with others? If your answer is yes to any of the above, knowing what makes up a good headline and what doesn’t is something you’ll appreciate today.

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Make A Difference For The Masters On Social Media!

Make A Difference For The Masters On Social Media!

By The Summit University Team

Summit University is excited to announce a groundbreaking new course designed to give you the skills to put your stamp of light on popular social media platforms.

This is a special course you won’t want to miss. ENGL 1275 Writing for Social Media is a “do it” course that will provide you with powerful hands-on experience in working with social media platforms.

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