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Research Writer Interview With Kristina

I'm an English Professor

Hi Kristina, welcome to! What is your educational background?

I have a Bachelor's and Master's degree in English Literature and Composition. I graduated with University and Departmental honors. I was a member of the English Club when I was an undergraduate student. My Master's thesis was published by the University, a fact I am proud of. On top of this, I am also a student. I am currently working on a doctorate in Educational Technology from, and am enjoying the program immensely. I am a perpetual student and learner; I read often, and I love to write. This is usually reflected in my grades; I have always almost gotten As, as I simply love to learn, and plan on taking classes for the rest of my life. I can certainly say that I understand what it is like to be a student!

What is your work experience?

I'm an English professor. I have taught for over five years now. I absolutely love my job; I get to work from home for the most part, and have a lot of freedom with my time. I couldn't ask for more; I really enjoy what I do and I am looking forward to, in the future, also being able to teach classes about education. I have won several teaching awards and I take pride in my work. Currently, I teach composition and literature, and the occasional humanities course.

What types of writing and academic research experience do you have?

My writing experience is almost all academic. I have published two books of literary criticism, and written several published essays that revolve around the same genre. I have also published a few poems of my own, which is where my creative talents lie. As a current student, I also keep my writing skills sharp, as I perpetually have assignments to do. Also, as a former English student, you can imagine that I have done a lot of paper writing in the past. One of the reasons I love working for Custom Papers is that I get to write and I keep my skills sharp. I can't say how much this benefits my own writing skills, and how much I do enjoy writing and doing research. Writing is one of my favorite things to do, and it's my real talent in life (besides teaching, perhaps) so I love working on assignments. Obviously, as an English teacher, I teach people how to write and research. As such, I am very good at writing and researching almost anything about any topic, although I tend to stay away from topics I may feel uncomfortable with. For the most part, though, these are relatively few and far between, which is good for me, and good for our customers.

I am very familiar with all writing formats, having taught them or taken classes in them myself. I really feel very proud of my writing skills, as they are something I have worked long and hard to obtain.

What are your hobbies?

As an English teacher and a writer for hire, I love to read and write. This is good, because my work all heavily revolves around this, and as such, I really enjoy doing what I do. I think this feeling comes across in my work, as I do take pride in my writing.

I tend to read a lot about educational topics, mostly psychology, history, and literature, the three subjects I am most interested in. Friends often compare me to a sponge, as they say I am hungry to soak up information, and I think this is true. I love working in environments that give me the chance to learn something new and educational, which is probably one of the reasons I am very much cut out to be doing what I am doing today. Projects that make me think and learn are items that I crave for. I look forward to doing projects that allow me to continue in this direction.

Thank you so much for your time, Kristina.

You're quite welcome. Thanks for having me!

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