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How to Start a Publishing Company?

By paul on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 in No Comments

  Are you interested in becoming a self-published writer? And if that’s the case, have you considered starting your own publishing company? Well, we might know how to help you with that!   Traditionally, a publishing company can be a business that creates and distributes novels and other written pursuits. So, you can publish anything… Read More

How to Write an Engaging Fictional World

By paul on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 in No Comments

  Do you write fiction? Are you someone who is trying to find their feet in the world of fiction writing? Well, if you’re interested in improving your writing standard, you should carefully adopt and learn from the worldbuilding process – as many other authors find that formula effective.    You must be wondering what… Read More

How to Write Coursework – A Complete Guide

By paul on Tuesday, June 15th, 2021 in No Comments

This word is enough to strike fear into the hearts of students. It’s their worst nightmare, a party slayer; a reason for their stress; a reason for their anxiety; a reason for their unlimited sleepless nights. Coursework: It’s not just a word but a plan made in hell to make students’ lives miserable!   Let’s… Read More

How to Cope With Stress and Pressure of Student Life

By paul on Monday, May 17th, 2021 in No Comments

Which student does not feel the pressure of studies and examination? This is part and parcel of life at school. However, even with all the different courses and assignments as well as other duties, a student need not feel the brunt of studies on them to an overwhelming extent. There are several ways in which… Read More

The Best Books by Roald Dahl You Should Read

By paul on Tuesday, May 4th, 2021 in No Comments

Roald Dahl is not an unknown name for children of all ages. Having sold about 250 million books worldwide, he is regarded as one of the best-selling children’s authors of all time. Once you get your hands on these books, you will not want to put them down until you finish reading the last page. … Read More

How to Retain Information when You Study for a Test

By paul on Saturday, March 27th, 2021 in No Comments

Many students have a complaint that even though they had studied hard, they were still unable to recall the concepts and theories at the time of their test. The moment they read the first question, their mind went blank and they could not remember the correct answer no matter how hard they wracked their brains.… Read More

Best Gifts For Your Fathers

By paul on Saturday, March 27th, 2021 in No Comments

  Your father is someone who deserves all the respect, and this is why you should make sure you are always there for him. When father’s day arrives, you should celebrate the day with the utmost celebrations to make him feel loved because they spend all the years taking care of you.  As parents, they… Read More

Disadvantages of Cramming for Tests and Exams

By paul on Saturday, March 20th, 2021 in No Comments

If you are a student with red eyes, coffee at your side, and books all around you, then it’s a fair inference that your exams are very near and you are cramming for your exams. You thank your lucky stars that at least you don’t have to work on your assignments since you have hired… Read More

How to Write a Perfect College Admission Essay

By paul on Saturday, March 6th, 2021 in No Comments

You’ve come a long way and now it’s finally time to start applying to the college of your dreams. Your future is clearer for you. You have selected the subject that you hope to pursue as a profession, and accordingly, you wish to gain admission.   This important step is taken after a lot of… Read More

Why is Studying History Important?

By paul on Thursday, October 1st, 2020 in No Comments

The 2020 pandemic will be taught in history books and how it halted the world. This makes you wonder how the future generations will look at us and what happened in the previous pandemics or world events. When we read about how previous pandemics impacted the regular order and that now we are living through… Read More