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Is “Xmas” Part of a War on Christmas?

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Are you bothered by the use of Xmas? Here’s why you shouldn’t be.

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Rhetorical Tricks Every Writer Should Know: Chiasmus

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You know the principle of chiasmus, even if you don’t know that it’s the word for it.

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The Three C’s of Strong Writing

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What’s the difference between good writing and bad writing? There are a gazillion answers to this question because both writing and writers are so diverse. No two readers are alike either, so one man’s work of genius may be another man’s birdcage lining. Generally speaking, however, good writing possesses certain broad, recognizable characteristics.

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Finish What You Write

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I wonder how many aspiring writers never finish anything? I expect a great many. “The easiest way to separate yourself …

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Three Easy Strategies for Tying Writing to Learning

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Three simple strategies for using writing in various subjects to promote learning.

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