5 Ways to Further Your Career Development in College without Giving Up Your Summer

5 Ways to Further Your Career Development in College without Giving Up Your Summer

Summer-long internships and job experiences are great for furthering your career while in college, but sometimes, it just isn’t feasible to give up your entire summer to career-building.

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My Spoiler-Filled Review of “Nice Try Jane Sinner” by Lianne Oelke

My Spoiler-Filled Review of “Nice Try Jane Sinner” by Lianne Oelke

Hello lovelies and welcome back to my blog! If you’re here because you want to know what all the hype for Lianne Oelke’s Nice Try, Jane Sinner is about — well, I’m here to tell you.

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6 Books to Read in the New Year

6 Books to Read in the New Year

Can you believe it’s already 2018?

So many exciting things are happening this year! I’m getting married (woot, woot!), I’m traveling out of the country for the first time, and I’ve officially started writing my debut novel!

In the meantime, I’ll be reading as always, and these are the first six books on my Goodreads to-read shelf for 2018.

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Book Review: “Blind Acceptance” by Sandra Pimentel

Book Review: “Blind Acceptance” by Sandra Pimentel

When I was in college, I took a course called “American Autobiography.” From Mary Rowlandson to Ben Franklin to Harriet Jacobs to Ernest Hemingway, that class exposed me to what must have been at least a dozen stunning, thought-provoking memoirs. That was one of my earliest experiences examining creative nonfiction, but it helped engrain my love for the genre.

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Book Review: “The Writer’s Lexicon: Descriptions, Overused Words, and Taboos” by Kathy Steinemann

Book Review: “The Writer’s Lexicon: Descriptions, Overused Words, and Taboos” by Kathy Steinemann

Think you have every reference book you need to write the perfect story?

Think again.

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8 Steps to Creating Perfect Content for Your Blog (Guest Post)

8 Steps to Creating Perfect Content for Your Blog (Guest Post)

By Jennifer Scott, editor and business developer

Content creation is one of the most important parts of any business in this modern era. But though it may be the one of the only forms of communication you have with your potential customers, if you’ve attempted to create your own content in the past, you know how time consuming and overwhelming it can be to write quality posts for your blog.

Today, I’m showing you everything you need to know about creating perfect content for your blog efficiently, every time.

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