Top rated Kindle e-books for researchers

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  1. Cool review you’ve got here Rodney!
    If only I had found this a bit sooner! I was working on a thesis previously and I wanted to give up and pay someone else to do it for me instead because it was too complicated and overwhelming that I was scared to even think of laying down my ideas. Definitely getting the how to write a lot book!

    1. Hi Riaz, Thank you for your comment. I am glad that you did not give up writing that thesis. All the best moving forward with your writing.

  2. Hello Rodney

    Great review – I wish someone had told me about those books a bit earlier. I could really have used them when writing my academic papers. I didn’t had a clue how to write an academic paper when I started, and the motivation to write were often pretty low.

  3. These books both look like great tools for the academic writer to have. I really appreciate the way you broke down the various blocks to sitting down and writing.

    Do you think they would also help writers in other genres besides academic like fiction writers or bloggers? IF not maybe you have some books to recommend for those kinds of writers.

    And congratulations on all your academic degrees!

    1. Hi Judith,

      Thank you for your kind comments. I believe they will be helpful.However, there are some other specifics about fiction and blogging. Academic writing require mainly a demonstration of critical thinking. I am sure you know this that blogging helps to spread ideas and connections and is very subjective and fiction writing is to entertain or convey an author’s point of view and is also subjective. I hope this helps.

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