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How to Become a Romance Writer: Step 6

This is the last of the series of “How to Become a Romance Writer.” Sad, I know. But through this journey of writing we have learned several things about romance writing on the way: Step 1-Stick to Your Goal Each English Major, Romance writer or not, needs to stick to their goal. That goal may not be becoming a romance
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Heroines, Humor & Homicide: Julie Anne Lindsey

Hi everyone! Yesterday, I had the pleasure of attending the Kentucky Writer’s Conference at the Knicely Conference Center. Of course, the first place I stopped was to look at all the books available, but then I headed on over to a conference called Heroines, Humor & Homicide presented by Julie Anne Lindsay. Lindsey is a writer who focuses on the
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How to Become a Romance Writer: Step 5

Something that always intrigues me about being an English Major, who loves romance writing, is: there are very little studies in romance writing. English Majors love to learn, but don’t always have the opportunity to. Everyone has that one saying we’ve all heard: “I’ve always wanted to learn (blank)…” But who has ever followed through with that statement? The time
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How Did You Become An English Major? A Weekly Article

Good afternoon everyone! I hope all is well and all of your final projects and tests are not due in the same week 🙂 This week I have interviewed Leta Summers, who is an English for Secondary Teachers major here at WKU.

How Did You Become An English Major? A Weekly Article

Hi everyone! I hope all is going well during these last weeks of school. This week I had the opportunity to interview Laura Mahaney, who is an English for Secondary Teachers major here at WKU. This is what she had to say about her chosen major: I, ironically, started out as a Marketing Major which seems to be the exact opposite
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One of the hardest things for English Majors is to find the words to speak about something dealing with their major. Need help in finding these words? Follow us on Twitter and see how the EMW speaks to each English Major in 140 characters or less.

Need a Cool Job? The English Office is Hiring NOW!

Anthony, our senior student office worker, is leaving us behind as he graduates in May. We’ll miss him terribly, but will have to press on in his absence. That’s where you come in. We’ll have an open position in the English office, and Tomitha Blair, the office worker supervisor, will be interviewing candidates soon for the job (which will start
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How to Become a Romance Writer: Step 4

Every writer, romance or not, has a writer they look up to and aspire to become (sometimes both financially and writing-wise). For me, that writer is J.R. Ward.

Successful Interns: Kaycee Hill

Each semester more and more interns pass through the halls of Cherry Hall. Being an intern is a great opportunity not only to the student, but also to get in some networking for your resume. Remember that internships are always available each semester so even if you didn’t make the April 9th deadline for this upcoming Fall 2014 semester, there’s
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Open Mic Reading at Half Price Books Outlet

On April 17th, the English Club will be hosting an open mic reading night at Half Price Books Outlet on Campbell Lane. The event will begin at 7:00 PM. If you have been yearning to read your original poetry or short stories in front of an audience, now is your chance! Keep in mind that the works you read must be PG
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