Best Ways to Craft Your College Essay Through College Essay Writing Services

In college, creating and making a college essay is inevitable. It is one of the requirements you have to pass that not only give a huge chunk on your grades but can be a reflection of your personality. Thankfully, there are a lot of ways to learn how to make essay writing, fun for those who do not enjoy writing: one is to seek college essay writing help from people who enjoy and make essays for a living, search for college essays online for inspiration, and the other one is to hire a college essay writing service. With that in mind, there are also tips to craft your college essay in the smoothest way possible:

1. Focus on the Topic at Hand and Build on It

Essays usually have the main focus. It is either about a person, things, event, or anything under the sun. If you are focused on a certain topic, build references to support your topic.

Finding a topic can be a handful job, but not having a focused topic can mislead the type of essay quality you want. Every topic needs to have a certain interest for you so you can write it freely with your personality in every word.

2. The Determination to Discover Yourself and Boost Your Grades

With all the requirements college students have to commit to in different subjects, writing a college essay seems to be easier that laboratory reports. Needless to say, college essays are a focused topic wherein you enable yourself to be creative in an academic manner. Lastly, finishing a college essay gives college students a level of fulfillment whenever they are in the process of finishing.

3. Have Fun

Essays, even for those who do not enjoy writing, is a great way to discover yourself and your voice as an individual. Some writers discovered a lot about themselves when they were writing essays in college. Others even found writing a therapeutic exercise because it helped them release stress.

With different platforms to get your writing passion out in the public such as blogs and the traditional print, writing is indeed fun. Apart from that, writing also enables individuals to exercise their cognitive skills through reading as well as writing.

4. Time Management

Assignments helps keep your standing in class in top shape. But with requirements we have to commit to from other subjects, we are sometimes swamped with work that we tend to be clumsy on our time management skills. If you are determined to keep your grades high, ensure your goal is to make an outstanding essay rather than making them complete a requirement.

5. Ask for Help If Needed

College is also a good place to gain new friends. If you are having trouble with your college essay, you can consult your friends, professors, and instructors. In addition, you also have the opportunity to talk about your struggles and discoveries with them while doing your college essay.

Lastly, it is also a great opportunity for you to be focused on finishing a task, that is a great warm up when you start taking a new journey in your chosen profession.

 

Tips to making quality book reports in college

In your literature class, you are oftentimes required to read a novel, which means a book report is on its way as one of your many requirements to pass the subject. Truly, book reports are another college essay requirement you cannot get away from while still in school. In line with this, you are usually baffled with a lot of questions, such as: “Why do I have to do this?” What’s the importance of book reports” “How do I start?” Thankfully, here are tips to making quality book reports:

1. Read before you write

Initially, books are created so people will read and learn from them. Book reports are no different. You are required to read a novel to actually read and learn from them. After that, the obvious next step is to actually write your report about the novel. While reading, it is advisable to jot down notes as you go along the way. One tip when making book reports is noting which page number and paragraph number in the page made a mark for you – it can either be the climax or other important quotes or events in the book.

2. Before you start writing, make an outline

It is important for every task to always start with a good plan. You follow this plan until you finish your output. Without a plan, you will feel the rush of spontaneity which usually leads to two things: either pass or fail. With book reports, you do not want to take that 505 chance of failing, so it is vital for you, as a college student, to formulate an outline. Here’s how to make a nice outline:

  • Introduction
  • Summary of Book
  • Characters
  • Plot
  • Evaluation and Conclusion

Furthermore, book reports are different from movie reviews, as they tend to be more critical about different themes of the book that are not usually part of a book report. Lastly, if you are having trouble making an outline, it is normal to seek college essay help from your peers or to recommendable college essay writing services.

3. The power of your introduction

Every successful essays starts with an equally powerful and cringing introduction. Ensure the first few words on your reports stimulate the mind of the readers, so they will follow through with your book reports you have worked hard for.

In this chapter of your book report, it is worth noting about the three parts that will help you make a great introductions:

Summary of the story

This paragraph must include an overview of the story line including the set, period, protagonists, and story plot. It is also worth-mentioning the story teller of the novel as well as the book theme.

Characters

Create a detailed personification of each character that for you, created an importance in the buildup of the story. Discuss their personality, strengths, and weaknesses. Lastly, tell how each character was beneficial to the protagonist and the story itself.

Lastly, it is important to keep your readers interested, and you invested which means it is okay to be a little personal.

In My Mailbox (14/7/11)

In My Mailbox is hosted by The Story Siren
Here are the books that made their way to our homes this week, either bought, borrowed, gifted or for review.
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After Obsession by Carrie Jones and Steven E. Wedel
Glow by Amy Kathleen RyanBetrayal by Lee Nichols
Velvet by Mary Hooper
Dark Souls by Paula Morris
The Swan Kingdom by Zoe Marriott
Wolfsbane by Andrea Cremer

A couple of duplicates here this week, as well as some titles we’ve been dying to read for ages! 


Happy reading!

Book Review: Texas Gothic by Rosemary Clement-Moore

Texas Gothic PosterTexas Gothic is the second YA book from Rosemary Clement-Moore. It was published by Corgi (Random House) on 7th July and the book is 406 pages long. Thanks to the publisher for providing a copy for review.

Plot
Sisters Amy and Phin (short for Amaryllis and Delphinium) have been stuck with the task of looking after their Aunt Hyacinth’s ranch for the summer. Even though they are not too impressed with looking after the goats and dogs, the sisters think that their summer could be spent in worse ways. Phin thinks it is the perfect time to mess around with her (paranormal) experiments while Amy doesn’t want anything to do with the paranormal at all. In fact, she wishes she could get as far away from paranormal as possible. Unfortunately for Amy, her whole family are magical in one way or another…apart from Amy.

The summer spent at Aunt Hyacinth’s ranch is going to be one they never forget, especially if a certain ghost has anything to do with it!

What I thought
I wasn’t the biggest fan of Rosemary Clement-Moore’s first book, The Splendour Falls, but after hearing about this book, I decided to give this author another shot and I am very, very glad that I did now.

Amy (Amaryllis) was a great female main character and one I enjoyed reading about immensely. She is the more outgoing of the two sisters and the one who seems to be the more responsible, at least that is what everyone else thinks anyway. That is quickly dismissed a little bit though when she is chasing things around outside in her underwear. The beginning of the book showed that Amy is a great many different things and being shown this early on was a wonderful thing for me. Amy was also outspoken, strong and confident for the most part but sensitive and caring when she needed to be. She also let down her guard at times, even when she really didn’t want to, and showed that she wasn’t invincible and that there was a lot that did worry and scare her.

Ben was a seriously HOT cowboy. He had a lovely mix of arrogance and cockiness but it was also clear that there was a lot more to him than meets the eye. I did like both sides of his character though and I think that Clement-Moore did a great job of adding in lots of different traits that many people will find attractive. One of the greatest things about him though was that he was able to give Amy a serious run for her money when it came to come backs and insults. Because of this, the banter between the two characters was funny and entertaining at the same time and I could feel the chemistry between them from the very beginning. Speaking of chemistry, there is one scene in particular that is especially steamy and I LOVED it!

Due to the situation, there are quite a lot of secondary characters. I thought I was going to get so confused as more and more started being introduced but this wasn’t the case. Each secondary character has a very distinct and unique voice that it would have been extremely difficult to mix them all up. The characters that come along with the archaeological dig were really fun and interesting and really reminded me of something out of something like Scooby Doo. Although they all have a job to do, they are more than interested in the paranormal things going on and are very much up for some kind of adventure and I loved this about them.

This book has a fantastic mix of magic, ghosts, legends of a small town and is about the people who either do or don’t believe in any or all of these things. I loved that the author was able to fuse together all of these things and take real aspects of history and slam them right into the middle of the story. I usually love any book that uses history in some form or another and Texas Gothic was no exception. I also really enjoyed the whole deal with the ghosts and finding out what was really going on with that, whether or not it was legend or whether it was an actual ghost doing particular things. Because of this, there was a lot of mystery in this book as well as lots of other great things.

With a name like Texas Gothic, I should have expected it to be creepy. However, I didn’t and when I was reading this at 2am, I was getting a little creeped out. Ok, more than a little. Every single little noise outside was scaring me and as there were no flatmates around either, everything seemed to be amplified. There was no way that I was expecting for this book to scare me as much as it did and I love Ms Clement-Moore for doing that to me! I love any book that is able to shock me and give me the unexpected and that is definitely what she did.

Texas Gothic is a great book that has a lot to offer for everyone! Highly recommended.

Waiting on Wednesday: Lola And The Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins

Waiting On Wednesday is hosted by Jill @ Breaking The Spine and allows us to spotlight upcoming books we are eagerly anticipating.
 
Lola And The Boy Next Door by Stephanie Perkins
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Budding designer Lola Nolan doesn’t believe in fashion . . . she believes in costume. The more expressive the outfit — more sparkly, more fun, more wild — the better. But even though Lola’s style is outrageous, she’s a devoted daughter and friend with some big plans for the future. And everything is pretty perfect (right down to her hot rocker boyfriend) until the dreaded Bell twins, Calliope and Cricket, return to the neighborhood.

When Cricket — a gifted inventor — steps out from his twin sister’s shadow and back into Lola’s life, she must finally reconcile a lifetime of feelings for the boy next door.

 
Published: 29th September – Dutton (US)
 
After the success that was Anna And The French Kiss, I knew I had to read anything else that Stephanie Perkins released. This is the release that comes after Anna and I can’t wait to see what is in store for us!

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