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review 2018-02-21 19:23
Needs more attention to detail
Kid Authors: True Tales of Childhood from Famous Writers (Kid Legends) - David Stabler,Doogie Horner

First of all, HUGE props to the illustrator, Doogie Horner, for some of the most amazing illustrations I've seen in quite some time. I'd go so far as to say they would make truly excellent bookmarks. *hint hint* Kid Authors: True Tales of Childhood from Famous Writers by David Stabler is a collection of short biographies of famous authors covering their childhood and why they wanted to become authors. Up front I need to make a few critical remarks. While this was written for a child audience, I think it would be beneficial if some of the terms were defined either in a side panel or at the back in a glossary. Two good examples: integration and abolitionist. I read a few passages to some of the kids at the library and some terms that seem obvious to an adult haven't yet been learned by kids in upper elementary school. There were also some really glaring grammatical mistakes which gave the impression this was a rushed printing job. At one point, the word should have been 'real' and instead it was 'read' which of course has a totally different meaning. If this is meant to be a nonfiction biographical resource for children it should be held to a higher standard. I did like how there were additional facts and a suggested list of more books to read at the back. My overall impression is that it's a cute book which serves as a decent introduction for kids to famous authors (and biographies in general). I know there are other books in this series so I'm hopeful the quality has improved in these later volumes. :-) 5/10


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text 2018-02-21 12:48
Writing habits of writers vs. reading habits of bloggers


We know that BookLikes readers love reading in bed with a cup of tea or coffee. Some books, though, require a big glass of red wine or a chocolate bar, a big spoon of ice cream or simply any kind of a sweet treat.


BookLikes bloggers tend to be polygamist readers who like to shift between formats and genres. Similar freedom takes place when replacing a missing bookmark with anything nearby, like ribbons, receipts, tickets, boarding passes and random pieces of paper.



Read more about BookLikes bloggers reading habits ->


How about writing? What are your writing habits? Have a look at the collection of weird habits of famous writers prepared by Custom Writing, and add yours!  



Infographic source: https://custom-writing.org/#famous-writers


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text 2018-02-14 08:08
6 Steps to Successfully Write an Assignment

Is task writing a frightening revel in for you? in case you breakup the undertaking writing method in easy steps, then project writing will not stay an unnerving assignment for you anymore. here are the stairs that you should observe to efficiently write an challenge.


Step 1: pick the problem of an project carefully


If the topic of your venture has many one-of-a-kind factors, then you definately have to narrow it down. glaringly, mission is a short write-up; consequently, you cannot cowl the whole thing in it. if you are given the possibility to select an assignment writing uk topic, you then ought to pick out a topic that pastimes you.


Step 2: are trying to find the records approximately situation


You need to take sufficient time to assess all the regions of your selected issue rely, and to do this; you should observe appropriate material as a lot as you can. You have to make notes alongside the way in order which you recollect some thing. You ought to additionally be aware down from wherein you've got got your principles i.e. writer call, booklet or report title, and web page range.


Step 3: Write Down the leader Arguments


You need to summarize the most important arguments and ideas after you've got reviewed your problem. Do now not replica the pieces of work of others; simply pick out the critical issues and sum up all of those issues to your own words. You have to prepare the simple shape of an challenge in dot point titles, and employ just a few phrases to explain every major point. place the primary factor first that must be observed via subsequent points. You need to write your research summaries beneath every heading. you may dispose of these types of afterward.


Step 4: whole the body of Your task


frame is the part of an venture wherein you talk approximately your thoughts and thoughts in information about the selected concern matter. You should fill out the summaries which you write in advance. underneath every number one point, you have to give you the evidence helping your notions. An incredible challenge writing tip is that your main frame muse be thought frightening for the readers.


Step 5: Composing the advent


inside the introductory part of an undertaking, you'll introduce the mission subject matter. in the starting of your creation, you will give you history records about the subject. you may also need to kingdom thesis declaration in the long run of your advent. Thesis declaration will allow the readers recognize about your factor of view.


Step 6: Composing the realization


inside the conclusive part of an project, you should rewrite your thesis statement. you will discuss in short the primary factors of your venture in conclusion. conclusion have to be given in a way that make your readers consider your factor of view.

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text 2018-02-13 01:25
Reading progress update: I've read 100%.
The Raven King - Nora Sakavic

He was their family. They were his. They were worth every cut and bruise and scream.


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text 2018-02-12 12:45
Reading progress update: I've read 92%.
The Raven King - Nora Sakavic

Facing Riko like this went against everything his mother taught him. He'd been raised to run, to sacrifice everything and everyone to ensure his own survival. His mother had never given him ground to stand on. Maybe that was why he hadn't been strong enough to save her in the end. A jumble of lies had nothing to fight for. But Neil Josten was a Fox. Andrew called this home; Nicky called him family. Neil wasn't going to lose any of it. If two weeks with Riko was the price to keep his team safe, Neil would pay it.

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