Do You Remember These First Lines From Famous Books?
If you've ever attempted to learn to write a book, one of the very early lessons you were told is that you need to hook to reader right away. Many of the best pieces of literature start off with an opening line that's so memorable and engaging that you can't help but keep going. It's…
"Don't ask kids what they want to be when they grow up, but what problems do they want to solve. This changes the conversation from who do I want to work for, to what do I need to learn to be able to do that.” Jaime Casap, Google Global Education Evangelist #education #goals #QOTD
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Writing wisdom from Margaret Atwood.
Writer and designer David McCandless created this challenging infographic for his new book Knowledge Is Beautiful. How many have you read ? Filed under: Books, USA, Writing Tagged: George Orwell, Karl Marx, Rachel Carson, Truman Capote
Except when you are talking to your mother. Or your teachers.