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Hate to Write? Hire a Ghost! Why Using a Ghostwriter is Not Cheating by Kim Pearson
... Writing coaches will guide you with suggestions while you write. But wait – isn't that cheating? Some people think so. This goes back to school days, when having someone else write your term paper was cheating. (It still is.) But that was because having someone else write for you meant you were not learning, which was then your primary job. It was also cheating to use a calculator while taking a math test, because you were supposed to be learning how to do mathematics, not punch buttons.

Parents --- Homeschooling Can Take a Lot Less Time Than You Think by Joel Turtel
... Also, bookstores like Barnes and Noble and Borders have whole sections full of books about teaching your child to read, write, and do basic math, as well as books that will interest and challenge young readers. Once your children learn to read well, the whole world of learning opens to them. They can explore any subject that interests them, and read ever more difficult material by themselves in books or on the computer. For a small subscription fee, your children can study the entire ...

Making the Most of Your Hair Salon Visit by Adeea Rogers
... Here are some suggestions:11 activities you can do while at the salon:Write thank you notes or other handwritten correspondenceListen to music, inspirational messages or books on CD, iPod or on an MP3 playerPlan your week, weekend, a trip, an event, etc. Make phone callsWriteRead books and/or magazines (that you bring)Balance checkbookClean purse or walletOrganize receiptsClip and organize couponsGive yourself a mini-manicure or freshen your top coatTry these techniques for one salon visit; ...

Finding Your Niche - Your First Step to an Online Business by Chad Curl
... When I was writing my first e-book, I purchased several other e-books from competitors. Each book had something to offer, and each book was missing at least something that the other one had. I created my product by filling in all the "gaps" that were missing from the others and incorporating my own ideas and styles to create a product that was truly unique to all the others. During your research and while creating your own business, you may even consider purchasing some help or information ...

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle – An Easy Household Guide ~ Book Review by Lillian Brummet
... Because my husband and I wrote Trash Talk, which is a similar guide written for North Americans, I was very interested to learn how individuals in the UK are dealing with reducing waste. With the 96-page book, the author attempts to provide a guide for people to follow; “in a world of confusing messages” where overwhelming environmental problems weigh down our hearts, Nicky hopes to encourage readers with positive information. Cute little illustrations by Axel Scheffler accompany most of ...

10 Tips For Preparing For Your Next Exam by John Daye
... Read all of your assignments, required book chapters, lessons, etc. Take notes, then go back and re-read again. Jot down questions about anything you do not understand and follow up as best you can. 7. Use practice exams or old tests when studying. 8. Learn to make outlines and outline important information from each lesson, each chapter. 9. Use note cards to make your own flashcards. Then don’t just memorize, but really try to learn the information.

31 Ways to Promote Your Book in March During Small Press Month by Brent Sampson
... If people like the writing style of your review, they may investigate your book, especially if you write reviews for books within the same genre as yours. Mar 25 - Contact the public libraries in each state and mention your involvement with Small Press Month. Send them information about your book. Here's a link that will get you started: Mar 26 - Start preparing for April (National Poetry Month), especially if you have a volume of poetry you have published.

Stationery Supplies by Eddie Tobey
... It also includes furniture items, machines, and computers and printing services in addition to stationery products, which are limited to articles related to paper products, books, cards, artist’s tools, letter and envelopes, writing instruments, diaries, calendars, promotional products, desktop accessories, calculators, adhesives, cartridges, files and so forth. So if you want to send an invitation, or need some writing pads for office work, require special stationery for holiday season, ...

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