To celebrate its 125th birthday, the Brooklyn Public Library recently determined its 125 most-borrowed books of all time. In this article on LitHub.com, Writer’s Relief learned that many classics made the list, with Lord of the Flies and To Kill a Mockingbird both...
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Whether you’re writing, editing, or just dealing with the wear and tear of a busy day, you know that a little bit of kindness will bring a smile to anyone’s face. February 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day, but at Writer’s Relief, we believe in celebrating kindness...
Earth Day is April 22, and it’s a great day to educate ourselves about how we can be better stewards of our world and help protect the planet. Writer’s Relief has found on BarnesandNoble.com a list of seven great books to read today, from classics like The Lorax by...
The birthday of Dr. Seuss (aka Theodor Geisel) is celebrated on Monday, March 2, with Read Across America events and fun activities. And with unforgettable characters like the Cat in the Hat, the Grinch, and Sneetches, it’s easy to see why his books have remained...
Most writers know when they’re using common rhetorical devices such as alliteration and simile. But in addition to these familiar options, there are many literary techniques with obscure-sounding names that also add impact to your writing. In fact, you're probably...
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