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I hope everyone is doing great. feels happy
Life is busy as ever and I'm enjoying the mountains and all the glory that my beautiful land offers.
Country Life Club - Member Features!!!Welcome to the Country Life ClubCountry Life Club - Member Features!!! by Country-Life-Club
What Our Club is About:
The type of art we are hoping to feature in this club is any photography, traditional art, and artisan crafts that reflect any of the following
* Country Living
To celebrate having reached 100 members we are featuring two deviations of each member... Some of the deviations are Country Life related and others are not... We just wanted to THANK all of our AWESOME members by giving them some exposure. Please and Comment on their deviations. Show them some
We Now have 114 Members
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An Epic Battle: The Editorial vs. The RantWe're starting Nonfiction Month a little early to help you get a jump on your writing!An Epic Battle: The Editorial vs. The Rant by GeneratingHype
Editorials are generally written to express an opinion or give voice to a reaction about a current, general concern. Most editorials, it should be noted, are written to persuade; that is, they would like the reader to agree with their assessment and point of view. However, not all editorials take sides on an issue; some are simply there to inform the reader, promote an event or cause, or entertain.
How, then, can we tell the difference between an editorial and a rant?
The answer to this question lies in the foundation of good editorial writing. I'll be the first person to say that rants, especially on the internet, are often entertaining. I'll even admit that some can be persuasive or informative or can promote a particular cause. In fact, I am guilty of following a few blogs and journals just for the pure fun of listening to pe
Reminder: Featured Chat with Stuart ImmonenThe MN@ Team is pleased to announce...Reminder: Featured Chat with Stuart Immonen by Tachy-on
An Audience with Stuart Immonen
Stuart Immonen has been involved in the comic and graphic arts industry for some time. He studied at Toronto's York University and worked at several smaller comic book companies before being hired by DC Comics and Marvel Comics in 1993. Since then, he has drawn such high-profile characters as Superman, Hulk, Ultimate Spider-Man, the Legion of Super Heroes, and the X-Men. He also had a 12-issue run penciling Nextwave, which paired him with Warren Ellis.
Featured Chat Details
This live featured chat event will take place on Sunday, June 29'th, 7pm EST (your local time here) in the #Auditorium chatroom.