Archives: Writing





What Is A Cover Letter?

A cover letter is an introductory letter. You normally attach this letter while mailing your curriculum vitae or résumé to prospective employers. You can also write a cover letter for presentation of scientific articles at seminars. Your cover letter is often the prologue of your résumé. Hence, it decides the outcome of your résumé with • Read More »



Can Writing Be A Therapy Or Just A Theory

Talking about some experiences is far more difficult than writing it on a piece of paper or a blank screen. Neither the paper nor the screen are going to be judgmental, or talk back. Encountering difficult questions while writing are far less threatening. Reviewed by an anonymous therapist or even just someone willing to read • Read More »


The Fear of Punctuation

If you have a sentence followed by a list, do you use a semicolon or a colon? The answer: That depends…Did you introduce the list with an introductory word such as such as? Did you have a complete sentence before you began the list? Is your list part of your sentence or did you indent • Read More »


Reassessing President Obama In Office

After Obama was re-elected our Think Tank looked at his popularity and his record as president, it wasn’t very good. ObamaCare turned out to not be working, the Middle East was worse than it had ever been, and the country had falling into a victimhood mentality. President Obama went around the world apologizing for America • Read More »