Whilst we wait for Academic Book Week at the end of this month (23–28th April), I thought it would be good to look at some of the books that have featured in the online polls of the previous events.
Coming up at the end of April is the 2018 Academic Book Week (#AcBookWeek), the third such event. Academic book week is ‘A celebration of the diversity, innovation and influence of academic books’. This year, on 23–28th April, the
Why is specific cross-referencing so important? When writing an academic or non-fiction text, it is easy to assume that all your readers are going to read your text linearly – from beginning to end. But what if they don’t?
I recently shared a list of traditionally published author websites, but what about the self-published and hybrid authors that are now so successful. Below is a list of some of the websites of the most successful from these new
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I am an editor who specialises in student editing and proofreading. When I explain to people what I do for a living, there is one comment I often receive regarding student essays, dissertations and theses. ‘Isn’t that cheating?’ While it’s