‘There is nothing more certain and unchanging than uncertainty and change.’
Famous authors attract enormous attention. Sometimes daily rituals, habits and customs of famous writers are quite weird indeed. Fans are trying to copy out the behavior of their idols, their wardrobe, and even make numerous plastic surgeries to become one step closer to the stars. The motivation behind such behavior can be explained for sure. It might be either irrational (just to have fun) or rational – to get the same results. E.g., Jack London was a huge fan of Rudyard Kipling, and he rewrote (i.e. w/o a typewriter) his books.
Our international essay writing competition has come to an end!
Hundreds of students and young writers from all over the world sent us their works and got a chance to become the Bid4Papers’ best essayist and the owner of our main prize – $500.
We must confess that it was not easy for our in-house writers to choose the best one among so many original essays you had sent us. Thank you very much for taking part in our contest and writing the best you can! We bet all participants keep their fingers crossed now, so it’s high time to announce the winners!
- The 1-st place and $500 go to Searth S. Cabal and his wonderful essay “A School of Humanity”. (Read here)
- The 2-nd place and $200 go to Pratick Roy and his cool essay “Education In 50 Years: A Futurist’s Perspective”. (Read here)
Five authors who will struggle for the 3-rd place at our Facebook page are the following:
- Angeli Guadalupe
- Eldin Milak
- Sofija Jovanovic
- Zhibek Abylbekova
- Marija Lalic
Their essays are published on our Facebook, and they have 1 week since now to get as many likes for their works as possible. Please, vote and invite your friends to like your work. An essay with more likes will become the 3-rd place winner! Good luck!
All winners are notified via email. We’ll publish their works in our blog and social profiles soon. Folks, if you are interested in getting a participation certificate, send us an email – and we’ll send you one.
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For college students and young writers from all over the world:
Bid4papers announces an international essay writing competition. Show your creativity and writing skills, take part in this contest, and win $500 doing what you like most – composing.
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It usually helps me write by reading – somehow the reading gear in your head turns the writing gear.
– Steven Wright
Reading is a new fashion. Again. And it’s cool. We bet, you all can find and cite many statements about how good and useful reading is, how much it can influence a person and his way of thinking, and how awesome it is to sit on your cozy sofa, reading your favorite book and diving (not literally of course) into this imaginary and so wonderful world…
And all such statements are true actually. Many famous writers, singers, politicians, and even movie characters prove the fact of reading’s great influence on people’s mind: if you take a look at their bookshelves, you’ll definitely be surprised. Continue reading
When your teacher gives you an assignment to write a book (novel) critique, the first thing you should do is making sure you understand the specificity of this task clearly. Keep in mind the fact you were asked to write a critique, not a simple review of a novel. What is the difference?
- A book review – a summary of a book. Its purpose is to let readers know what this book is about. When you write a review, you suppose that your readers do not know what the book is about, and you simply write about its plot, mentioning its author.
- A book (novel) critique – an analysis and evaluation of a book. Here you pay less attention to summary and description, as you suppose that your readers know what the book is about. You should criticize the book, giving your own evaluation to it.