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Author, 17, Says It’s ‘Mixing,’ Not Plagiarism

Author, 17, Says It’s ‘Mixing,’ Not Plagiarism | Writing | Scoop.it
Outsized praise for a new novel quickly turned to a torrent of outrage as its young German author admitted to using full passages from another work.
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Self Publishing Your Book | Choose Your Publisher

Self Publishing Your Book | Choose Your Publisher | Writing | Scoop.it

Self publishing your book? You've come to the right place! We can help you pick the company that offers the right services to self publish your book.


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10 Ways To Get Out Of Writer's Rut

10 Ways To Get Out Of Writer's Rut | Writing | Scoop.it
There is no such thing as writer’s block.














I don't believe in Writer's Block. I believe writers simply get stuck when they’re writing. There are many reasons why this happens....
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10 Shakespeare Quotes that you can use in Modern English.

10 Shakespeare Quotes that you can use in Modern English. | Writing | Scoop.it
The English Language owes a huge debt of gratitude to William Shakespeare. Not only did he give us some of the world's most memorable plays that have stood the test of time, he also enriched our la...

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, November 10, 2013 3:04 PM

Never miss a chance to drag Shakespeare into your English class!

Lesley Hussell's curator insight, November 11, 2013 8:07 AM

My favourite author – a sensational wordsmith and storyteller!

Richard Bello Art's curator insight, November 11, 2013 11:27 AM

English anyone ?

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Teen author Beth Reekles on juggling writing and uni and new book Rolling Dice | Sugarscape

Teen author Beth Reekles on juggling writing and uni and new book Rolling Dice | Sugarscape | Writing | Scoop.it

They say that the higher you climb, the harder you fall - and Madison Clarke will do anything to keep her new life from crumbling to pieces. Moving from a small town in Maine to Florida, Madison grasps the opportunity to reinvent herself, to forget about those days of being a lonely, loser outcast, and jumps at the chance when the popular kids decide to take her under their wing.

A hot boyfriend, parties, friends... If only there wasn't the slight problem by the name of Dwight, a cute, funny and totally nerdy guy in Madison's physics class who she can't help but enjoy spending time with. Running from her past and stumbling through the present, who knows what lies ahead in this new life in Florida?

 


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Charles Tiayon's curator insight, November 10, 2013 10:17 AM

They say that the higher you climb, the harder you fall - and Madison Clarke will do anything to keep her new life from crumbling to pieces. Moving from a small town in Maine to Florida, Madison grasps the opportunity to reinvent herself, to forget about those days of being a lonely, loser outcast, and jumps at the chance when the popular kids decide to take her under their wing.

A hot boyfriend, parties, friends... If only there wasn't the slight problem by the name of Dwight, a cute, funny and totally nerdy guy in Madison's physics class who she can't help but enjoy spending time with. Running from her past and stumbling through the present, who knows what lies ahead in this new life in Florida?