Tag Archives: Writing

Blog posts: lessons from years of my experience

I am blogging since 2004. I have blogged and read rhetorical, descriptive, good and bad “masterpieces.” What makes a great blog post? I decided to glean my multiple blogs I wrote and some others whom I follow, and it was … Continue reading

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Democratic approach to writing

Empirical observations reveal that anyone who can write (and speak) is a success in life and work. This axiom seems true even in this age when people mostly share their thoughts in 140 characters or less and are automating behavior … Continue reading

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WriteMonkey

Are you a writer? Do you work on assignments that need complete focus? If yes, you need WriteMonkey – a computer program that when activated transforms your computer into a full-screen writing environment that blocks out the distractions of standard … Continue reading

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Don’t romanticize your blog

I have always been inspired by Elmore Leonard’s 10 Rules of Writing published some ten years ago. Over time, I have formed my own rules and they work best for me. There days one of my friends – a very … Continue reading

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