Let me mention a few of the tips. You may or may not know these, but I’m guessing that out of the ten tips in the complete article, you’ll find at least one helpful item.
- VILLAGE WRITING SCHOOL
- village writing school
- village Writing School
4. Drop the suffixes. If you’re looking for writers, just type in writer. Novelinstead of novels, search instead of searches.
5. Use the plus sign. If you need something specific, use several key words joined together with a plus + sign. While working on my memoir, I searched for other similar books by typing memoir + polio. By doing that, I discovered a list of specific memoirs gathered into one list. (Thanks to our new member, Mary Hutson, for reminding me of this helpful tip.)
If you’d like more tips on the essential art of internet searching, go to the complete article in Tech Republic.