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4this all-in-1
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459KB K+ folder (eWriting.htm, r-me-eWriting.htm,
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521 features
- 26 brief tips
- 108 helpful notes
- 7 humorous items
- 75 inspirational quotes
- 36 Did u no? info-blurbs
- 269 otherquality links include:
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         - online discussion forums
         - FREE online resources and references
         - FREE ebooks
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the 1st part


"Nothing helps scenery like ham and eggs."
   - Mark Twain

Did u no?
33% of U.S. employees fail at writing. Whether
it's an e-mail memo or a complex report, fully
1/3 of the U.S. workforce does
not meet the
minimum writing requirements 4their jobs ac-
cording 2a College Board's National Commis-
sion survey on writing. The survey was done
with 64companies across 6industries repre-
senting 4,000,000 employees: mining+con-
ities+services+finance+insurance+real estate.

Did u no?
The major writing problems 4them r accuracy+
ciseness. Susan Traiman, director of the edu-
cation initiative for the Business Roundtable,
says: There's no way to say that writing has
gotten worse: the demand has gotten greater.

tip: improving your writing skills (stringing

verbs+nouns+adjectives together 
        2make a sense) will payoff because
        more than 1/2 the companies surveyed
        said they do assess writing skills when
        they make hiring+promotion decisions

"Every writer approaches the day's work in
  different ways:
I have always needed space
  and silence to pull inside myself
before I
up the pen. (Yes, I still write with pen
  and real ink.)
This pulling inside may take
  an hour or a morning, I know it's
  while I'm d
ripping coffee through a hand-
  filter; I know 
that in some unforced way, I
  am readying m
yself to face the empty
_page not as easy as one might believe."

Frances Itani


"If they give you ruled paper,
write the other way."
 - E. E. Cummings

tipson getting organized...


"As a rule, men worry more about what

 they caN'T see than about what they can."
  - Julius Caesar

tip: censorshipoccurs when someone
notallowed 2 voice an opinion


"Every man a king!"
 - Huey Long, Governor of Louisiana, 1928

"Imagination is more important than knowledge.
  Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles
  the world."

   - Albert Einstein

"There are no beginnings, noteven to stories.
  There are
only places where you make an en-
  trance into someone
else's life and either stay
  or turn and go away."

   - Timothy Findley, Canadian writer



"Reading is the means by which the world does
  a large part of its work ... .
The slightest improve-
  ment either in the page or in the method of rea-
means a great service to the human race."

   - E. B. Huey, 1908 - 1968

Did u no?
The pop culture comic book super heroes
like flying Superman draw on the legen-
dary heroes of Greek+Roman mythology
possessing great strength like Hercules,
having flying horses
like Bellerophon's
even flying
themselves like
with his winged sandals.

reading motivation program 4grades K-8 (FREE)

Center for Environmental Literacy


Did u no?
According 2 a 2003 Harris Poll the #1 leisure
activity is reading 26% of the time, followed
by watching television 15% of the time -- a
whopping 35% drop from just 2 years ago.

Public Libraries - USA

American Library Association

The Public's Library+Digital Archive

The Universal Digital Library

The Internet Public Library
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43,500+ libraries
86 countries - multilingual


"Books are good enough in their own way,
 but they are a mighty bloodless substitute
 for life."

  - Robert Louis Stevenson


Did u no?
The word archetype ('r-keh-type) is 
an important notion in litterature: it re-
fers 2an original model, form, or pattern
that is easy recognized. (4example, the
archetypical villain wears black+comes
on2 the stage from the left while the
archetypical hero wears white+enters
the stage from the right.)


the classics
@the Online Literature Library


The British Library


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