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52 Ways to Improve Your Blogging

How do you make your blog stand out from the rest?

You could be a lazy bum and do nothing. Or you could take my advice and use the tips below to improve your blog.

The ball’s in your court.

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The Internet Writing Survival Guide

You can’t get away from it — like an undead zombie, the Internet is always there, growing stronger with each passing day, claiming the social lives of users around the globe. As a writer, it’s very important for you to understand how to confront this threat and effectively reach your audience.

Their lives depend on it.

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Famous First Lines In Fiction

I’ve heard it said that your first line should be your best. It should immediately capture your readers’ attentions, leaving them no choice but to continue forward.

With that little thought in mind, I thought it’d be interesting to take a quick look at the first lines of some well-known novels, and see how they measure up to this age-old advice. Do these famous first lines capture your attention?

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Stephen Fry on Language

Rossum’s Universal Robots

Rossum’s Universal Robots is not a particularly good play, but it’s important for one very simple reason: it introduced the word “robot” to the world.

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