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  1. My first migraine attack occurred years ago, but I remember it like it was yesterday. I had just showered after PE class in 8th grade and was walking to the lockers to get dressed when I started seeing stars. It was an odd sensation, but I kept going...
  2. tnbutterfly - Mary

    A Published Writer???? Who....ME???

    Do you like to write? Sure, we've all written papers for school, maybe even tried our hand at poetry, but have you ever pictured yourself being a published writer? A published writer???? Who me??? You may have a journal or a personal blog. But h...
  3. Elizabeth Hanes

    How To Get Started As A Nurse Writer

    I field a lot of questions from nurses about how to break into freelance writing. I always enjoy interacting with my fellow nurses and helping them get started in a new career as a writer. I thought I'd share my best tips and advice here. Here is a p...
  4. Becoming a Healthcare Writer My pursuit of a role beyond the bedside There's something you should know about me. I bore quite easily. The thrill and freshness of change is something I constantly crave. So, it was no surprise that after a ful...
  5. When I began writing from home, I had a sluggish ten year old laptop and my tiny desk was shared with my less than organized husband, the conditions were not ideal. The funny part is, at the start, I didn't even realize what I needed to be more effic...
  6. Brenda F. Johnson

    Word Love; My Writing Journey

    After my high school graduation in 1983, I got married to my high school sweetheart and we moved from Florida to Clarksville, TN. He was in the Army and that is where we were stationed and where we began our lives together. Being away from family and...
  7. guest358111

    Reality Check

    Perhaps this is why I like writing. A writer has control, of topic, plot, length, start and finish. I have complete control of my article right now. I do not have complete control of my nursing shift. I know that I'm not the only nurse who doesn't ha...
  8. Elizabeth Hanes

    How Freelance Writing Works

    When I talk about freelance writing, I'm talking about making a living as a writer. I'm not talking about writing fiction or poetry. It's tough to make a living at those. I like to break down the field of freelance writing this way... There are ...
  9. Persons who regularly engage in creative writing, whether it involves simple memoranda, formal business reports, articles, short stories, novels, or dramatic works, supposedly possess the requisite skills for clarity, conciseness, logical structure, ...
  10. Nurse Beth

    How I Became a Nurse Writer

    I've always enjoyed writing. I love words. Last summer I was home from work, laid up with a back injury. One morning while on Twitter, a Twitter friend of mine (and nurse blogger) asked, "Beth, when are you going to start blogging?" Later t...
  11. A&Ox6

    Morning and Night

    Shakespearean Sonnets are poems typically written using the same structure as Shakespeare's. They are almost always composed of three quatrains, or four line stanzas, as well as a final couplet. The lines are often written in iambic pentameter, a rhy...