Author's biography

I was born in Preston, West Virginia. Shortly afterwards, my family moved to Flushing, New York, and that’s where I grew up. Though I have spent most of my life in NYC, people tell me that I am a mix of Southern and Northern culture, and I believe they’re right. I prefer to live out of my travel trunks. I have spent time in a number of European and Asian countries, and even managed to take a few trips to Africa. And these were no standard package excursions – I have always preferred to explore each country on my own; that’s how I learned so much about foreign cultures. Of course, I did not escape a stint in academia – first school, then university, finally a graduate degree. In addition to my university courses, I also had a rather important life experience. Rooming with both a Sudanese and Indian girl as my apartment-mates, I absorbed quite a bit of their culture as well, so I can add that to my fund of informal education. Now I am here to help people with their own writing, and – guess what? I am not finished yet with my own learning – it is too exciting to quit. There is so much to explore, and so many people to help with so many writing projects.

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Every kind is unique and has its own rules. This is one of the reasons why academic writing style is so challenging to stick to.
It was so before you’ve come across our guide! We’ve collected the best resources to help you perfectly understand academic writing features and functions. Check it out now.

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The Ultimate List of Great Research Paper Topics (+ Samples)

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In both high school and university, you will be required to write research papers. Yes — papers in the plural. The very first undertaking, when assigned a paper, is to choose from the colossal list of topics for research papers that are available. This is a daunting, even intimidating task, one that many people would prefer to circumvent altogether.

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