A small boy was playing in a garden. He found a little beetle resting under a leaf. Picking […]
A common myth tells us that creativity is a talent, and only a lucky few are blessed enough […]
The success of the education system pivots on the success of its students. So as the needs of […]
That you’re reading this means you want to be the next JK Rowling or Neil Gaiman. If novels aren’t your thing, there’s short stories and magazine articles. So how’d you done that?
Microsoft used to ask job applicants vying for management and engineering positions an important career quiz question – “You’re driving a two-seater sports car in the rain…”
We associate good writers with success – ignoring the many rejections they suffered before fame hit (as well as those who never make it). Reading their books and/or watching their movie adaptations, we marvel at their creativity and imagination. Little wonder, then, that we equate creative writing with successful writing.