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Online Article Writing Ideas

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Online Article Writing Ideas

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Wizzley Success Strategies - Interview With Paula Atwell

Tips and Tricks After 150 Pages on Wizzley including maximizing for Twitterfeed.

Tips and Tricks After 400 Pages on Wizzley

An artistic representation of life on a bonsai tree. Great vision and artistic way of looking at things - a definite Muse.

Intellectual life in the Internet age. How to explain TED? It’s where the smart and the rich pretend they have something in common...

It has become something of a literary cliché to bash the thesaurus, or at the very least, to warn fellow writers that it is a book best left alone.

Can punk aerobics, speed dating, and “edgy” book clubs save libraries? Not likely. But these days no gambit seems too unseemly or too desperate...

Dostoevsky tackled free will, Tolstoy the meaning of life – but is it still possible to write philosophical novels?

Why can't we let go of the Titanic?

For the teenage Geoff Dyer, Penguin Modern Classics did not have the subversive allure of drugs, but consuming them was an expression of independence and discovery...

Jonathan Sacks is right that we need a common culture, but wrong to think it should be based on a canon. Forcing young people to read the Bible won't foster a sense of belonging.

The Alice books have been interpreted to death: an allegory of Darwinism, a tale of toilet training, a story of sexual desire. All miss the point...Why do Lewis Carroll's books still have such a hold on us?

Thanks to the Internet, everyone has a say, everyone is a cultural arbiter. A golden age of criticism? Nonsense. The Web has made criticism obsolete.

Novelist Glen David Gold, who explores the prickliness of literary sociality, the loneliness of an aging William Faulkner, and other tribulations that flesh is heir to

Orwell called them “disgusting tripe,” Camille Paglia considers them a “corrupt practice,” Stephen King winces at their “hyperbolic ecstasies” – Book blurbs have been a scandal since antiquity....

  • Tiffany VanDoros
    Tiffany VanDoros


Many books are read but some books are lived, so that words and ideas lose their ethereality and become experiences, turning points in an insufficiently clarified existence, and thereby acquire the almost mystical (but also fallible) intimacy of memory. In this sense one’s books are one’s biography.