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5 Super Tips on How to Write a History Book Review

Writing a book review is one of the most typical assignments that every student is assigned with, especially if he’s engaged in historical disciplines. As a rule, an undergraduate student must provide a book review that meets two goals. The first one is about laying out the argument of the author, while the second one… Read More →

Book Reviews on Post-Apocalyptic Fiction

So, you’ve just finished the last line of the post-apocalyptic fiction, where some event has wiped out almost the whole humanity. It’s pretty possible that your characters are struggling to survive after the apocalyptic event and trying to restore the world they live in. And now you are required to write a few things on… Read More →

On the Usefulness of Clichés

Why does everybody seem to hate clichés so much? Whenever a writer or a public speaker makes use of them he is invariably being mocked for failing to find a better, more original way of expressing the same thought. He becomes the subject of sarcastic remarks concerning his literary or oratory abilities – just because… Read More →

Challenging Yourself: PhD Dissertation

Whatever you think of your academic capabilities, writing a PhD dissertation is almost certain to become a challenge and cause you some problems. The reason is simple – it is a completely new experience, a work of a completely different scale from anything you’ve tried so far. However, any hardship can be overcome if you… Read More →

Tips for Fighting Bad Handwriting

The best way to have excellent handwriting is to be taught it correctly at the very beginning – the skills we receive at early age get deeply imprinted and it is extremely hard to re-learn them later on. In this respect handwriting is similar to language – you can learn a language easily when you… Read More →