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Online Proofreading Jobs for Beginners

Getting a job should be among the top priorities for any student in this day and age. Gone are the days where businesses would leap out of their seats to hire fresh college graduates, as the current business model has shifted towards getting the best people for the job. If you still believe that businesses [...]

By | 2019-11-20T07:22:04+00:00 November 20th, 2019|Proofreading|0 Comments

Everything You Need to Get Started as a Freelancer

If you believe that freelancing is the easiest way to earn money, then you need to rethink that statement. If anything freelancing is essentially fending for yourself in an ultra-competitive atmosphere, with no help. This is in stark contrast to an employed professional, who has the full support of a reputable organization behind their back. [...]

By | 2019-11-14T11:43:15+00:00 November 14th, 2019|freelance|0 Comments

Essential Tips for Writing Multiple POV Novels

Have you ever read a novel that follows the story of multiple characters at the same time? If you were reading those with an analytical perspective, you would've noticed that the main highlight of the story is the difference in characters itself. Unlike traditional books that follow the story of a single character, multiple POV [...]

By | 2019-11-13T11:10:16+00:00 November 13th, 2019|Novels Writing|0 Comments

Editing and Proofreading Essentials: Punctuate!

Ever since your school days, you might’ve heard teachers and instructors yelling at students to maintain proper punctuation. Any punctuation error in your papers and assignments were overinflated and presented as being far more significant than they actually were. In this situation, the only thing that needs to be done is to take that criticism [...]

By | 2019-11-06T07:37:14+00:00 November 6th, 2019|editing, Proofreading|0 Comments

5 Key Elements of Successful Short Stories

Nearly everyone would be able to recall that strange day in middle school where they had to write a short story and present it to their teachers. Although most students would’ve been reluctant to demonstrate the inner creativity that lies in their minds, the prime objective of this task is to assess exactly that. Short [...]

By | 2019-11-02T07:18:27+00:00 November 2nd, 2019|editing, Editors, Writing|0 Comments