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LIZ PURCELL - Page 2 of 82 - freelance writer with a Bachelor of Arts in English from San Francisco State University

In Microcosm Of Sand, Geologist-Writer Evokes The Entire Universe

The word “sand,” much like the words “rock” and “dirt,” is a word one acquires very early in childhood. Sand, rock, and dirt are ubiquitous materials, the building blocks of our planet. We are confronted with them early in life and life requires of us that we know what they are.

Perhaps the most interesting of the three to the young is sand because it is both hard and yet it can flow like water, it is hard and soft, static yet mobile. Sand, the encyclopedias tell is a “naturally occurring granular material composed of finely divided rock and mineral particles.” Even those who have not studied sand know that it comes in a variety of colors and in startling degrees of granularity, ranging from the almost talcum powder fineness of the orange sand of the Sahara to the much more gritty varieties derived from crushed coral which are so prevalent on the world’s beaches.

And now at last there comes a book devoted exclusively to sand, an extraordinary and delightful exploration of this strange corner of the mineral world. It is Sand: The Never-Ending Story by the British geologist Michael Welland, a masterful evocation of a much neglected and yet remarkable and omnipresent basic substance of our world.

From individual grains observed in minute structural detail under the microscope to the vast desert dunes which form like ocean waves on stretches of the Sahara Desert that can be seen from space, from the bottom of the world’s oceans to the landscapes of our neighbor Mars, from billions of years in the past to a future that stretches to infinity — Sand: The Never-Ending Story is an astonishing narrative that encompasses the whole universe in which we live, because practically everywhere in that universe is this stuff, this sand, one of nature’s most humble and yet most powerful and most omnipresent materials.

While this is a book by a professional scientist with a Ph.D. from Cambridge, the story is told with a dramatic sense of language and narrative more reminiscent of fiction and film. Welland is a gifted writer. Sand examines the science of sand, including the physics of granular materials generally, and yet the focus is always on the human context of sand, sand as a material we use every day. That, in the end, is what gives sand meaning in our human world. Interwoven with tales of scientists, sculptors, navigators, the story of sand is at the same time a story of environmental building and a tale of environment collapse, an adventure that stretches back to the beginnings of our planet as a place of solid materials yet a tale that encompasses also the mundane realities of a child’s sandbox in today’s back yard. That is because sand is all around us. Sand is a component of almost everything — it has made possible our computers, buildings, and plate glass for windows, toothpaste, cosmetics, and paper, and it has played dramatic roles in human history, commerce, and imagination. It is a component of concrete, and it is an artifact of weathering. Given enough time, the Rocky Mountains will turn to sand; indeed, the Alleghenies already have. Welland shows us that we can find the world in a grain of sand.

Though he is certainly first and foremost a professional scientist, no one is more fun to listen to as a writer of narrative nonfiction than Michael Welland. He is a born raconteur who might easily have become a writer of pulp fiction (or the owner of a British pub!) had he not chosen the higher calling of studying rocks. His narrative flows with the ease and grace of the best creative nonfiction, adapting many of the techniques of telling stories more typically associated with novels.

His fellow scientists have recognized the power of this book. Sand: The Never-Ending Story won the prestigious John Burroughs Medal in 2010 for the finest book that year about natural history (an honor Welland shares with Rachel Carson, Joseph Wood Krutch, John McPhee, and other luminaries of natural history going back to 1926).

Michael Welland has written an extraordinary book, perhaps even a timeless book that non-scientists can enjoy as much as professional geologists. Welland, who spent many years practicing geology in the United States, now lives in London with his wife and family where he is managing director of Orogen, a geological consulting company he founded, and a Fellow of the Geological Society.

Sand: The Never-Ending Story, 360 pages, is available in hardcover and paperback from The University of California Press.

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Who Are the Best Copywriters in the World? – Three of Them – Inside!

Top Three Direct-Response Copywriters

Life of a genius rarely goes unnoticed. If that genius is in advertising, it NEVER goes without special attention.

I did a deep research, not only focusing on what’s available at other copywriting-related websites (which are usually owned by some copywriter), but my research has gone deeper.

Actually I did it as a research for my book which I won’t advertise now. I have interviewed many CEOs of fortune 1000 companies, direct-response agencies and online entrepreneurs and have come, after a long debate to three absolute winners of copywriting:

Gary is the name.

If I’d have to extract one, single best, direct-mail copywriter, without any doubt it would be Mr. Gary Bencivenga. His copy is an art piece. His middle name, persuasion. There was a saying in direct-response circles:

“When it hits one out of four, you got a top-level copywriter. When it hits 8 times out of 10, you’ve got Gary Bencivenga”.

Gary Bencivenga is founder of Accountable Advertising. Status: retired.

Another name comes from Europe, and belongs to the best business-to-business (b2b) copywriter of today – Mr. Dominik Bjegovic. 85% of all fortune 1000 worldwide companies use Dominik’s services when they need a proposal for some serious, multi-million dollar deal.

And there is a reason. One fortune 100 CEO told me about Dominik: “Each time I come to him, no matter is it half page proposal, I know I’ll get out of his office at least $10 000 lighter. But I coming over and over again, because the day my proposal is delivered is usually my payday”.

Dominik Bjegovic is founder of Ad.com.hr. Status: active. Contact details: I think he works only by referral. And last, but definitely not the least… another Gary.

It is a prince of print, Mr. Gary Halbert. Before all, he was an entrepreneur. Direct-response entrepreneur. His writing style was so arrogant, so sexy and so appealing at the same time. Over the billion dollars in advertising has passed through his hands. He had ups and downs in his life, but his copy always remained flawless.

On his seminar “How To Write Salesletter That Will Make You Rich”, he has in fact developed a sales letter for one of attendees that later yielded in over one million in profits.

Gary Halbert is owner of thegaryhalbertletter.com. Status: R.I.P.

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Source by Nichola Tomak

Writing the Backstory – Fiction

A backstory shows what happened before the story started. The revelation of backstory secrets throughout the story helps enhance the drama in the action even if the story is in genres such as mystery, horror, and action-adventure. A backstory may be the history of a town, objects, or other elements or what happened to the characters earlier that may influence their behavior and mode of action in the plot.

In our time, most stories, especially short stories, begin closer to the end. Until about fifty or so years ago, authors wrote several pages explaining a character’s backstory. Nowadays, we call this info-dump, and we try to avoid it no matter what. The backstory works better if it is given in small doses and only when necessary. On the other hand, it is very important for the writer to be well aware of the backstory even if he never tells it to the readers.

In real life, every person has a backstory or a past that influences his present and future. Knowing his characters’ pasts will enable the writer to present real people to his readers. In other words, the writer needs to know where his characters are coming from so he can use just the right words to express why the characters are acting the way they are acting. Then, to create depth and to kindle the imagination of the reader, the writer may choose only to hint at a backstory and leave shadow areas. This objective can be best achieved if the writer himself is familiar with the backstory in its entirety. For this, it is necessary to make character sheets for the primary characters with emphasis on internal traits and history sheets for the objects and the setting, especially if the objects or the setting are playing an important role throughout the plot.

All short stories, plays, and novels need backstories, but the writer does not need to push a backstory on the reader as a whole. There are instances, however, when the backstory needs to be told in one chunk, such as in a long work as a prologue where an imaginary world is important to the plot.

Other methods of inserting the backstory are through flashbacks, discussions between the characters, and a very short summary of past action somewhere inside the story. The rule of thumb is, stories work better if the backstory is inserted in the first half closer to the middle rather than in the very beginning or at the end. In addition, it is important to remember to make the story more exciting than the backstory, so the backstory does not overpower the plot.

Here is an exercise for writers to test the importance of a backstory:

If you are not sure of the importance of the backstory for a writer, do this exercise to convince yourself. Either write a story just to write the plot (what happened) or write a three sentence plot, first sentence for the beginning, second for the middle, and third for the ending. Then take the setting and the characters and give them backstories. Now write the story, giving it all you’ve got. You do not have to include the backstories, but you should know them as you write. I bet you’ll find that your story has a depth that wouldn’t be there if it didn’t have a backstory.

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Become A Copywriter – Differences and Similarities Between Brochures and Sales Letters

If you receive a direct response package in the mail you’ll probably pull out both a sales letter and a sales brochure. What you’ll notice (if you have a trained copywriter’s eye) is that they are very similar in certain ways. They have very similar techniques and characteristics and they obviously share the same objective – to get you to buy the product or service!

Here are some of the ways that direct response letters and direct response brochures are similar:

They are written in the reader’s language. Never, ever, use corporate speak or corporate jargon when writing to sell (unless, of course, you’re selling to corporate executives of course). In order to get that sale you must talk to your reader as if you were one of them, just like a good friend would.

Benefits, benefits, benefits. Did I mention benefits? Just like a great sales letter, brochures focus on a product’s best benefits. An effective brochure will show exactly what the product or service will do for the reader. Is it dentures you’re selling? Then the brochure would highlight how the dentures make the reader feel younger by enjoying the foods they enjoyed at an earlier age.

Call now to take advantage of this great offer!!! The brochure, just like the sales letter, includes a call to action. This is important because you’re never sure that the prospect will read both the letter and the brochure so the call to action must be on both.

Yes there are many important similarities between a brochure and a sales letter. They both are trying to accomplish the same goal so naturally you would want them to include the same sales technique.

However, there are many differences between the two because a brochure can offer unique opportunities that the sales letter cannot. These are some of the main differences between the sales letter and the brochure:

Pure novelty. Sales letters are more “real” in that they are created to resemble an actual correspondence and the more “real” they are the more effective they become. A brochure has no derivation other than something used in sales and marketing so they take on a more novel approach. Design and novelty take the place of personalization. This novelty can be more attractive and this increases the brochure’s effectiveness. People, especially the more jaded prospects, are used to seeing sales letters so the appeal has worn off. The uniqueness of a well-designed brochure can break down the jaded prospect’s cynical barrier.

The brochure is “real life.” The brochure can often be a case sample. The letter is written to grab the reader’s emotions, to play on their senses. The brochure is written to be the equivalent of placing the product in the reader’s hands. When finished reading the brochure the prospect should have a really good idea of what owning the product is like.

Brochures are not designed “top to bottom.” Letters are written to be read from top to bottom, start to finish. There’s a narrative, a story that must be told in a letter. Brochures on the other hand are modular. They have panels that can be assigned different benefits, features, calls to action, and even reply cards.

Pictures, graphs, charts, and other visual things. Brochures can feature eye pleasing pictures of the product. They can feature graphs and pie charts, and graphics that illustrate the various benefits and features of the product. A well-designed brochure can be a work of art in that it’s so pleasing to the eye that it’s hard for the reader to put it down. Not every prospect wants to read a long sales letter, but if you have a beautifully designed brochure with graphics that encapsulate the main benefits, it will be hard for the prospect to ignore it.

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Source by W Allen

The Carrot Porridge Story

Carrot is one of the vegetables that can be called an universal vegetable. If one tries carrot can be grown in any part of the world. There are however many individuals who just barely use it because they do not know how to add it to the diet without just using it straight raw or boiled. This seemingly bland vegetable do have some sugar, and of such may be used as appetizer, main course a dessert and most recently discovered even as a cereal.

Recently I have discovered through a challenge given to my home economics students that carrots can be added as a breakfast treat. Because most of the students come from low economic strata it was a challenge to see some of the low cost recipes we could come up with using carrots to make nutritious dishes. We have come up with a number of different recipes. We had decided in one grade eight class that we would begin by using carrot in a drink and so students were asked to bring the ingredients. But for some reason, four weeks went by and only one girl brought nutmeg and vanilla.

Wanting to prick their imagination I said “let us make carrot porridge, you the class give the other ingredients like milk sugar and flour I will give the carrot.”That brought a number of sarcastic remarks from students. One boy said I don’t want to get poisoned. One said” I will get sick”. Another said” carrot can’t make porridge”. I said “let us try it .that is the only way we will know” So they bought the things and we proceed to make the porridge.

Students were divided into groups and each group given a specific task .One girl was assigned the duty of scribe, she was to make notes on the chalkboard of everything we did and the quantity of each ingredient used. We began by cleaning and grating our carrot. Then blended in water and put it to boil. We then thicken this with flour, added milk, vanilla and spice,. We sweetened and leave to simmer.

After 20 minutes it was ready for tasting. One girl tasted it first, she said “teacher it sell off, it tastes good man”. Pretty soon others were rushing to taste it. We removed the porridge from the fire and each student got a cup. They were so excited they rushed out to give teachers and other students a taste. Soon other teachers, security personnel, canteen and tuck shop workers almost every staff member was asking for the carrot porridge recipe. If you would like a copy also  just follow the link. Look out for more low cost carrot recipes

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Source by Juliet Christie Murray

Secrets of Article Writing – Write Multiple Articles Per Day

Article writing is a very effective way to start a freelance career or market your website. For either purpose, it is important that you publish as often as possible so that your search engine optimization remains high. The following 4 steps can help you get started on creating multiple articles daily.

First, create a list of article titles in batches of similar subject matter. Similarity breeds speed. After completing the first article, each succeeding article will become easier and thus faster since the subject matter is basically the same or very similar in fashion. In time this bit of the exercise will get easier.

Second, generate a list of 3-4 supporting topics for each title. This will make the actual writing a smooth and easy process. The most effective articles are only 400-600 words so keep it simple. Alternatively, since the subject matter is the same, you could create one long list of supporting topics that can be used interchangeably. In the end you have created a few outlines that are well organized to make your writing faster and easier.

Third, start writing with simple sentences and short concise paragraphs. Each paragraph should only contain 3-5 sentences while each supporting topic acts as a separate paragraph. Get the information you want to convey as quick as you can. This organization will not only help with your speed, but it also maintains clarity so that your message is easily understood.

Lastly, as you begin to write, time yourself. Over time when you continuously time yourself you will begin to see that your writing speed decreases. So you can spend the same amount of time writing higher number Because of the similarity of subject matter and through diligent practice, you will begin to create articles in less than 30 minutes. Within a short time, you can be generating 3-4 articles per hour. Depending on how long you spend writing every day, you can easily create the right amount of articles for your intentions.

One bonus step is to outsource some of your work to other writers. If you can afford to hire a ghost writer, your numbers can be substantially increased without sacrificing any quality.

The easiest way to multiply your numbers is to be organized. Setting up a system of outlines will increase your speed, clarity, quality and most importantly, quantity. This process will enable you to write as fast and smoothly as any professional writer.

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Source by Janet B Cole

The Son of A Rat Catcher

Uganda is a country that was referred to as “The Pearl of Africa” by Sir Winston Churchill in 1907 during his travel tours in Uganda. The country has gone through many tremendous changes in economic, social and political spheres of life. Uganda offers an experience that is as varied ranging from colonial British colonial rule, dictatorial regimes, and a wide range of civil wars as well as modern democracy. What you see and experience are only limited by your imagination and sense of adventure. Jenkins Kiwanuka is one of the people who have witnessed these changing situations in the country. In his book titled “The Son of A rat Catcher”, he does share his memoirs – memoirs of one of Uganda’s exceptionally talented journalists who turned himself into a remarkable public relations officer and diplomat in Uganda’s Foreign Service. A man with no full formal education, this ‘son of a rat catcher’ presents to us a story of great determination, hard work and self-confidence, thereby fulfilling the advertiser’s remark that ‘when you follow your passion, success follows you. In his words, Prof. Samwiri Lwanga-Lunyiigo, describes these as memoirs of ‘a tailor, carpenter, builder, clerk, journalist, politician, public relations practitioner, diplomat and business executive’. “It’s that versatility,” says the Professor, “that enabled Kiwanuka to seize.

Son of a Rat Catcher, although relatively small, is just about everything in life. There are so many things to read and wonder about: Kiwanuka’s very humble beginnings; how he missed out on higher education; how he rose from working (as a clerk) in the King’s African Rifles to journalism, foreign service, journalism again, then business as an executive and progress from that phase to his present working life as a newspaper columnist and author.

Whom didn’t he meet and where didn’t he visit in his long service in both public and private services? He rubbed shoulders (literally) with such figures as Prime Ministers Harold Wilson of Britain, Holyoake of New Zealand and Indira Gandhi of India (who served him a glass of water when he dozed off in a conference), Pope John Paul II (now a Saint), Sir Andrew Cohen (a former Governor of Uganda whom he gave a lift in his car), Chairman Mao Tse Tung of China and many others.

As for his foreign service exploits, apart from serving at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at home, he served at our missions in London, Washington D.C., New York, Ottawa, Bonn and the Vatican. He wrote tributes to a host of people who have passed on and those of Pope John Paul II, Abubakar Mayanja, Daudi Taliwaku, Dan Zirimenya and James Namakajjo form part of the book.

Kiwanuka ends his book with 20 ‘Reflections,’ which are fascinating to read. In fact, if there is a section of the memoirs the reader should re-read, this is surely the one. There are lots of lessons to learn from these memoirs, the outstanding one being that if you have passion for your life and determination and self-confidence, the blue sky is your limit.

This is an extraordinary story of an extraordinary life told by a man with an extraordinary pen at his disposal. I have read many memoirs in my life, but these are among the best I have come across.

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Source by Andrew Ojangole

A CV Writer

CV is curriculum vitae and it can be defined as an outline of any particular person’s professional, educational and also personal details. It is usually prepared for all types of job applications. Another name of a CV is called a resume. A CV can be described as the most convenient and flexible way that can be used to make an application. It also conveys the applicant’s personal details in such a way that is present the reader or the recruiter the best possible information and knowledge on the person. It is a type of marketing document in which you are marketing a very important thing and that is yourself. You must write your CV in such a manner that you are able to sell all your abilities, skills, qualifications and experience.

Contents of a good CV

A good CV must include all your basic information. It is not required to list all your personal details. However the most important information is your previous work experience, skills and qualifications, accomplishments, education details, contact information, personal experiences and computer skills. All these are extremely important and will surely lay the foundation of your CV. Thus you must make sure that you give this information in a very systematic and organized manner.

No grammatical mistakes

You must make sure that all the spellings are accurate and there must not be any grammatical mistakes. Most recruiters filter job application candidates by giving their CV a glance. This means that you will surely reduce your chances of getting employed if your CV has even one spelling or grammatical mistake. You can also take professional help from a CV writer in order to increase your chances of getting employed. The difference between a CV and a resume is that a CV is a detailed synopsis of all your research and teachings and while a resume only has basic information. It is extremely important to pay heed to the difference between a CV and a resume.

Applying by sending CV to recruiters is the first and foremost step that you must undergo in order to get yourself employed. You must thus make sure that you do everything right in order to acquire an edge over other job application candidates. You must be as professional as possible in order to get your dream job and get your awesome career kick started. If your CV is good employers will prefer you over others.

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You Can Make Money Online by Learning to Write SEO Articles

Modern technology has innovated ways to make money — some work in offices from eight to five; businessmen offer different merchandise to make money. Online marketers utilize the Internet so they earn income. The Internet has a lot to offer especially opportunities to make money – you just need to understand how it is done. You can even get more than what regular wage earners do.

One way to make money online is by writing various types of articles. You can work as a freelance writer and be a blogger and article marketer at the same time. Perhaps you will specialize in writing e-books for people. Internet marketers normally outsource their writing jobs to professional online writers to obtain the results they need. It is easier this way as they only get the finished output from the writer and pay them for the services. And these articles usually promote the products and services offered in their website.

Freelance writing requires a number of articles a day. It can be really tedious if you have lots to do, but it is also rewarding as well if you finish everything. There one form of writing style where use your own freehand. It is blogging which includes writing any topic you can think of. You can also write something about Internet marketing. You actually own your article and hope that many readers get interested in it. How you make money through these blogs is through promoting an affiliate product where you possibly earn commissions; or you can simply add advertisement that makes people click on the link. So long as your blog stays online, it can generate income. Blogging may be done by subscribing to blogging sites which are usually offered free.

Be prepared when you work as a freelance writer. This is because you will be writing different types of articles for a certain client. Articles usually include contents for blogs or web pages. And your clients can even ask you to write reviews and press releases which give emphasis on the products they sell especially if these have been newly launched. Internet marketers provide instructions and keywords on how writers should create the articles. Articles should be original content and free from errors. Information should be accurate and relevant to the needs of online users. Typically, writers are paid in different rates depending on their writing skills and word count.

Article marketing is another way to write articles and get paid. Instead of being paid on a one-time basis for writing articles, you promote affiliate products and get paid as an affiliate. What you usually write here are descriptive articles and reviews about specific products where you are an affiliate. As you directly submit the contents to free article or social media sites, you are responsible for keeping track of purchases made by consumers where you earn commissions from the sales.

You may also opt to write e-books which may inform readers about certain topics. This does not necessarily come in printed form but they are usually offered through websites. You can easily make money online through writing articles, but it takes a lot of effort to come up with brilliant ideas.

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Source by Rita Fe Dalangpan Gamutan

Get All the Sports Breaking News Online

Are you an avid soccer fan? Or perhaps golf is your sport? Want to stay updated with the latest cricketing news from around the world? Irrespective of the particular sport you are interested in, the internet offers you the opportunity to stay updated with the latest breaking news for your favorite sports as it happens.

The internet is a fascinating medium of communication to say the least. With technological advancements taking place all around us, people now have access to the internet practically everywhere. Every building is equipped with Wi-Fi broadband and even otherwise we can easily access the internet with our mobile phones from anywhere and at any time. This makes the internet an excellent platform to use especially when it comes to keeping up with the latest happenings in your favorite sports.

There are many websites on the internet dedicated to provide news for a particular sport. If however, you follow more than one sport then the best way to keep yourself updated is to follow the sports section of a leading news blogs. In such cases you will be able to find a vast array of breaking news on a variety of different sports. This will save you time and effort while keeping you informed of the latest developments from around the world.

Some news blogs even offer live updates of matches going on at the moment. For instance you will be able to get ball by ball updates of a cricket match or the updated score during a soccer match of your interest. In many cases you can even sub scribe to the RSS feed for your favorite sports news and get an instant alert the moment some newsworthy event breaks.

Apart from keeping you updated on your favorite sports breaking news, these blogs also offer valuable insight into the sports in the form of articles, blog posts, videos and even original sports programs. If you are an avid follower of a particular sport then you will surely enjoy the opportunity to get all this extra information and gossip surrounding the sport.

Another interesting opportunity granted to sports enthusiasts by these online news blogs is the option to vent out your anger or express your joy over the latest performance of their favorite teams in the form of comments on articles, statistics and latest news. We all know how emotional sports fans can get and the opportunity to express your feelings as your read the news is just priceless. By the way, these news blogs are also priceless to access. In other words, they are totally free! You don’t have to pay a dime to stay up to date with the breaking news on your favorite sport.

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