How Much Money Can A Writer Earn?

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] One question that everyone always wants to know is how much money can you earn as a writer? The Answer to that has to be, how much money do you want to earn as a writer? To be able to earn a full-time income you need to have a goal of exactly how much you want to earn. But don’t make your goal too low, or you may reach it. My advice is to set a target at an income of $100,000 a year. This would mean that if you reach your target you’ll be earning a 6-figure income. To break it down and make it easier to understand how much you should be aiming to earn every week, take a look at it this way. Say you plan to work 50 weeks a year. This means that to earn $100,000 a year you need Read More …

Greek mythology: The history and significance of Persephone

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] Source: http://www.helium.com/items/1628938-greek-mythology-the-history-and-significance-of-persephone The tale of Persephone, her significance in Greek mythology and her importance to the history of Greece is a widely known myth commonly taught in classrooms across the world. Stories of this woman and her family are found in almost any book or website pertaining to Greek mythology that can be found. Strangely, there is not much information known about Persephone other than this well known version of her tale. My recollection of the myth as it goes Persephone was daughter to the Greek god, Zeus and Demeter, Goddess of Vegetation. At a young age she was given, by her father to his brother, Hades, God of the Underworld. Being a young girl, both Persephone and her mother refused her leave which angered Hades causing him to come up from his world and steal Persephone. As sadness overtook mother and daughter, the green plains Read More …

A Critical Analysis of John Adams’ “City Noir (2009)

The symphonic work titled “City Noir (2009)” by world’s famous composer John Adams is primarily inspired by Kevin Starr’s, a historian, work on metropolitan California’s rich social and cultural history between 40s and 50s. [1] The work characterized as “jazz-inflected symphonic music” like what Adams wants to achieve for the entire piece. Another important personality that contributed to the success of the composition was Darius Milhaud, a French composer, who served as the originator of the popular symphonic performance. [purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX   XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX As quoted by prufrocksdilemma site, “City Noir didn’t sound like any o the works by John Adams I’d come to know and embrace. But I was curious, not to mention encouraged by a very reliable source to keep listening, so I did. While City Noir remained a bit of a foreign object – so unlike The Dharma at Big Read More …

International Trade as a Beacon of Peace

[purchase_link id=”25524″ text=”Purchase” style=”button” color=”orange”] ACKNOWLDGEMENTS In months I have been writing this article I accumulated more debts than I can actually repay. This paper would be incomplete without thanking the following institutions and people, who have made my PhD studies a reality; first and foremost I would like to thank Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC) and Government Republic of Zambia for sponsoring my course, Bank of Zambia (BoZ), my employers, for giving me a paid study leave to come and pursue my studies here in China, and University of Xiamen for accepting me, Professor Biwu Zhang, for his tutorship and guidance and spending his time to review this script, whom I personally owe a lot, my supervisor, Prof. Huang Meibo for being firm on me, but kind. To my wife and children, I say many thanks for being patient and understanding. And lastly, all my lecturers, friends,  WISE Institute and Economics Read More …