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Writing & Speaking
Here at Article Alley we have dedicated an entire section to the subject area of writing and speaking. It is within this section where you will find all of the articles in our database that are relevant to writing and speaking. All of these articles are submitted to us on a daily basis by our authors. You can be assured that these articles are of good quality and unique content and they are completely free for you to use. For example if you run a website based around writing and speaking skills for various occasions you are free to re-publish most of the articles present within this section on your own site. These articles are also freely available to people who merely want to read up on a certain point. Basically this section can be used in whichever way you need to use it so have a browse around it now to see what you find.

Rules To Write A Perfect Subliminal Message

03rd June 2010
People are bombarded with huge subliminal messaging every day, and the beauty of these messages is that we are not aware of them. But still the subliminal message influences our thoughts and believes. These messages directly influence your subconscious mi... Read >
Author: Greg Frost

Summary and Main Characters of Robert Lipsyte's The Contender Novel

10th May 2010
1. Theme It was about a struggle of a black boy to become a real boxer, The Contender. 2. Main Characters 1) Alfred Brooks: He was seventeen years old. He lived with his aunt, Aunt Pearl. It was because his parent had died since he was a little k... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Characteristics of a Good Article

07th May 2010
Here are some characteristics all articles must have to make them successful. Articles are important - they can provide content for your site, drive traffic to your site, and demonstrate your expertise in your chosen niche. You can build a successful busi... Read >
Author: Terry Beachboard

How to Write a Good Critique

28th April 2010
What is a critique? - A critique is a paper that gives a critical assessment of a book or article. Steps - Begin by reading the book or article and annotate as you read. - Note the author's main point/thesis statement. - Divide the book/ar... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Best Approach to Summarize an Article

28th April 2010
Like an abstract in a published research article, the purpose of an article summary is to give the reader a brief, structured overview of the study. To write a good summary, identify what information is important and condense that information for your rea... Read >
Author: Ahmad Alim Aziz

Techniques For Writing Formal Business Letters

27th April 2010
In today's world, there is not much formality to be found. We text, e-mail and talk in pretty much the same way no matter who we're talking to, but sometimes a little bit more panache is necessary. This article will explain how to write a formal business ... Read >
Author: Jay Jenkin

Funeral Verses

27th April 2010
Funeral verses add to the list of the literature or readings we can use to comfort families in mourning after losing loved ones. Whether quoted from the Holy Bible or researched from the many poems written o the subject, funeral verses can offer a sweeter... Read >
Author: weddingwording

Tips for Writing A Book Jacket Cover

26th April 2010
Last week we covered the 'Why' of writing book jacket copy, so now let's get down to business and get into the 'How'. What is copy? Book jacket copy isn't about summarizing your project or providing the reader with a clear synopsis or plot spoiler; it'... Read >
Author: Heather_Todd

Book Report Basics

16th April 2010
A book report is defined as a short summary of a book, the reader's interpretation of it and their reaction. While every book report does include details, it is most often customized to it's audience with an emphasis on related aspects studied in a classr... Read >
Author: April Chudej

Differences Between Female Writers and Male Writers in the 1700's

13th April 2010
Copyright (c) 2010 James Holan The writing of men and women in American literature vary in many different ways. The reason for these differences is pretty easy to explain. The major reason behind the difference in writing styles, writing mediums, and o... Read >
Author: blackbeltshop

Book Signing Tips

09th April 2010
The book signing, like so many other elements of the publishing industry, is evolving into something new, different, and better. Gone are the days when authors can sit at a bookstore table and sign book after book. That still works for Sarah Palin, but no... Read >
Author: Sandra Beckwith

What Makes a Great Public Speaker?

19th March 2010
There's more to speaking than sharing a few words. Here are the top nine characteristics of public speakers that you can use too1. Solid Content. Even a person lacking charismatic gifts can develop solid content. Always share something the audience finds ... Read >
Author: Chong Chavez

The ABC's of Creative Writing Tips

18th March 2010
This ABC of Creative Writing Tips will provide a helpful checklist of editing tips for new writers and anyone who wants to avoid common writing weaknesses. A checklist can be especially useful when you're first learning to edit your own work. Over time, y... Read >
Author: Pearl

21st Birthday Speeches are Different to Other Speeches

16th March 2010
21st Birthday speeches mark an important stage in one's life. They combine looking back with looking forward. Usually parents or relatives give the speeches and so they are personal in tone because they are being given by someone who knows the celebrant w... Read >
Author: Article Publisher

How to Improve Your Writing: Capitalization

15th March 2010
Editing, whether it is for an academic journal, a short story submission, or a non-fiction manuscript for publishing, always follows basic rules of grammar and punctuation. This article will be the first in a series to help you enhance your writing skills... Read >
Author: Heather_Todd
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