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How to Write Without Muse?

Writer’s block is one of the greatest challenges that most writers around the world face. It doesn’t matter if you write blog posts or American Novels. Writer’s block not only lowers your self-confidence but also steals your writing motivation. So, how do you write when it’s so hard to get going? In this article, we are going to share with you a few simple tips that will help you keep on keeping on. But first, let’s find out what a muse is.

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The Writing Corner on Academic Writing, Surviving the Pandemic, June 01

In our weekly newsletter, we present a series of topics designed to address students’ concerns about the elements and characteristics of academic writing. 

Last week I shared with you how my students and I delivered presentations via video chat where we talked about the music, literature, art, and other media from which we are drawing comfort and inspiration during these times. Continue reading The Writing Corner on Academic Writing, Surviving the Pandemic, June 01

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Bulgarian Regional Chapter – Virtual Conference Session 11-12 June 2020

11-12 June   The EASE Bulgarian Chapter’s session in Bulgarian via Zoom Editors and Editing in Times of Crisis. The European Association of Science Editors (EASE) is an international community of individuals and associations from diverse backgrounds, linguistic traditions and professional experiences in science communication and editing.

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