Summer 2016

May 24 – May 26: 9am to 5pm

June: Online consultation available. Email Jane Weber for more information: jlweber@plymouth.edu

July: T and W 9am to 5pm; Th 9am to 1pm.

August: Weekdays 9am to 5pm

 

 

 

 

 

Kristen Noblet, Writing Consultant

If you have any idea of what you’re going to write prior to actually writing or typing, write it down! Whether quickly jotted notes, an organized outline, or a freewrite to help clear your head, any ideas you’ve written down can be referred back to during a writing block for inspiration.

Prewriting, in any form, is a great way of organizing your thoughts and ideas. It can help you produce direction in your writing and keep your writing organized and focused. And if your computer crashes, as least you’ll still have your ideas written down!

Testimonials

Sarah Dubey

“I didn’t want to believe it, but I was getting into my piece of work and enjoyed telling him about my piece of writing.”
– Sarah Dubey

Quotes

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“In coversation you can use timing, a look, an inflection. But on the page all you have is commas, dashes, the amount of syllables in a word. When I write, I read everything out loud to get the right rhythm.”
– Fran Lebowitz