Research Writer Interview With Elizabeth
University Experience For Research
Hello Elizabeth. Thanks for giving us an interview.
Oh, it's no trouble it all. This is the least anxiety-provoking interview I've ever experienced. For some reason, I feel very comfortable, almost as if I'm talking to myself.
Ha-ha, very funny-perhaps it's time you cut the silliness and discuss your background a bit. :)
Oh all right, as you probably already know from looking at my resume, I've been working towards a doctorate in English at the University in Amherst. I have been conducting custom research, doing the necessary reading, and producing custom essays and research papers for a number of years. I guess it would be fair to say that I have an expert level of expertise in this area. Term papers and school research papers are what I seem to do best! ;) However, I always need enough time to complete each project. Rush orders are not for me.
What are some of your first experiences with reading, researching, and custom essay writing?
I'm glad you asked. This kind of background stuff is so interesting and it doesn't appear on a resume. I learned how to read when I was three years old, I just sort of taught myself. I still remember the first word I could read - it was Hi-C. I wrote it on my magnet board. From that day on my long love affair with the English language began. This is the longest, lasting most successful relationship in my life - bar none. I was always a natural speller, never really had to think about it much; I just knew how to spell. I used to challenge schoolmates to ask me to spell the most difficult words they could think of and spell them. I was also an eager and willing writer. I just loved to write and usually got excited when a teacher assigned a paper. Then, as now, I took a lot of pride in my work and strove to make my paper the best it could be. I took especial pride in creating witty titles and still do.
You're English major; won't that limit the types of topics you will write on?
Oh gosh no! While working for Custom Papers I wrote on everything from dental anesthesia to air pollution in New Mexico. As far as I remember, the first paper I wrote was for a Psychology major and I really enjoyed working on it; I'm sure my customer was pleased with the result as well.
Where do you find your research sources for such a wide range of topics?
I subscribe to online libraries like Questia and use it when I must. I prefer to use an actual, rather than a virtual library. My affiliation with the University of Massachusetts gives me access to their library and the libraries of Smith College, Mount Holyoke College, Hampshire College, and Amherst College. I live in a region that is rife with colleges. Additionally, the public library in my town is excellent and most of the librarians are very helpful. Also, I have an inquisitive mind and am interested in a wide range of topics. My personal library is extensive and eclectic. I must have 2 or 3 thousand books - I'll have to count them someday. I have books on Art History, Film, Experimental Music, Herbology, English and American literature, and more. It's not uncommon for me to be able to use my own books when writing a custom term paper or essay.
That's great! Can I borrow a book sometime? Seriously though, as an English major, you must really only be comfortable using MLA style for documentation. Is that right?
First of all, you already have access to all my books - what's yours is mine - literally. Secondly, I can document papers using MLA, APA, and Chicago style. Of course, I know MLA the best, but a good style manual, and I own several, shows how to use a range of documentation styles.
That's good to know. I really enjoyed chatting with you Elizabeth.
My pleasure - anytime.
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