Back in 2014, Pearson released their Learning Curve. This education assessment service gathered the information of The Economist Intelligence Unit, did extensive desk research, and interviewed the world’s education leaders to report each nation’s ability to prepare students for the modern workforce.
What do you think of college romance books?
Please don’t meh them at once, even if you are a big fan of other genres, including non-fiction and essays from famous writers. Romance books for young adults are perfect for reading on holidays when you want to relax and take a break from writing assignments, tests, and exams, don’t you agree?
Below we’ve gathered the 15 best new adult romance books you might check during this holiday season or beyond. Some are romance book series, while others are independent literary works. Choose yours and share your verdict in the comments!
Last updated: April 2022
Yeah, I know you’ve got tired of every writing test and quiz in school, but here’s another story, I promise.
Folks who read this blog know that it’s not only about essay writing. Lesley and I love reading and we read a lot. Also, I draw from time to time, and Lesley writes about books and authors.
So, we’ve decided to give a new meaning to boring book quizzes and writing tests. This quiz won’t be about “What should I read next?” or any other kind of book recommendations quiz.
Last updated: March 2022
Famous writers attract enormous attention. Not only do their fans try to copy behavior or wardrobe to become closer to the star. Bloggers, content makers, and other writing people try to learn famous writers’ habits and daily rituals to get the source of their inspiration and productivity.
Do those habits truly matter for effective writing? Do famous writers themselves consider their daily routine an instrument for more productive work?
Greek life is a term for college organizations we know as fraternities and sororities providing students with academic support and helping them develop leadership and social skills.
College life is more than lectures, writing assignments, and exams in chase of a diploma. Entering a university in the USA, students also get a chance to live Greek life.
Greek life is about joining fraternities and sororities, student organizations that go far beyond academic activities in college. It’s about networking, leadership, and social life. The big chances are that you’ve seen it in movies, – yeah, most of them showcase it as endless parties and fun – but everything is not that blatant.