Exploring your mythology Many years ago I had the opportunity to learn from a wise woman. Twice a month, she would invite a group into her home to listen to her views on life. Very often, people would ask her questions. Sometimes she gave very direct answers. Other times, Continue Reading
Before a writer sits down to conduct research, that person must decide where they would like to see the work in print. There are four types of media that a beginning writer looks for publication: magazine, journal, book, or internet.
Getting published in literary journals takes research, time and ability to tolerate rejection. If you’ve got passion and persistence, give it a try. In Canada, literary journals can be seen as a training ground for new writers. Some book publishers look at publication in literary journals as proof of a Continue Reading
What happens when you start letting your significant other, family members, friends, and/or coworkers read your online journal? Things usually start to change. Perhaps your writing will change or maybe your relationships will, both which could be good or bad. Of course, on the other hand, it may turn out Continue Reading
At Scholar Journals, we framed volumes and issues for all the journals. Nevertheless, each article will immediately be uploaded onto the online issues soon after the final acceptance and proof corrections from the author to guarantee the fastest publication. Almost all our journals are publishing in affiliation with one or Continue Reading
Welcome to the new and improved Scholarjournals.org! We’ve spent the last view months redesigning and reorganizing the site to make it more user-friendly and easy to use. In addition to the new design we’ve made a number of improvements to how data is saved, indexed, and cached to make the Continue Reading
1. ‘Find’ Yourself: Discover who you really are by recording your feelings, thoughts, opinions, beliefs, hopes, fears, experiences, etc. Writing in-depth about and to yourself helps clarify who you are, what you believe, and what you want to do with your life.
Learn why journaling is important for middle schoolers and discover some journal topics that will stop the cries of “But what do I write about?” for good.
Definitions: Diary – a book, notebook, or planner in which one records events; usually written in a plain, brief, superficial manner Journal – a book, notebook, or any collection of written thoughts in which one writes about events in more detail; especially including feelings, opinions, beliefs, hopes, fears, reflections, etc. Continue Reading
The following suggestions are just some basic guidelines you might find helpful for keeping you organized and getting the most out of journaling. It is up to you to decide how you want your journal to be. Make your own rules but feel free to change them at any time. These tips Continue Reading