Author: Kelly Higgins

Kelly Higgins

“Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into visible”

This life motto motivates Kelly to be more powerful and self-confident in order to achieve all setting goals. She graduated from Chicago University where she holds Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. Kelly started her scientific career while being a student. She published different articles on various topics which were connected with journalism. Lecturers were satisfied with all her works and her impeccable writing skills. After graduation from university, she began working as an editor and writer in popular local linguistic magazine.

Kelly is very hard-working person, who always manages to accomplish informative, interesting, expressive and intelligible articles to readers.  Her linguistic competence includes fluent English, possession of stylistic techniques and methods, excellent spelling, punctuation and grammar. Kelly says: “Your readers should be so engaged with your work that they keep checking back to see if you have anything new.” With her vivid imagination and strong sense of language she always creates authentic and top-notch contents.

A couple months ago, Kelly started her blog, where she describes all effective ways of successful writing. There she also posts different advice how to be a good editor or how to increase your linguistic competence etc. She likes to share all her knowledge with other people and help them to communicate their ideas in appropriate way.


Tips on research paper outline writing

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If you are going to create a research paper, then the first thing you should start with is writing an outline which will help you with the whole process of a paper creation. An outline is an important element which combines all your thoughts in a logical system, it`s like a skeleton of your future research paper. An outline will remind you not to forget…

How to Create the Best Possible Coursework

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Why do we write a coursework? This is a task (usually in the form of project or essay) students perform in order to present their academic abilities and knowledge in some field. Despite the fact that coursework on different subjects have their own specifics, some common features can also be highlighted. Student who work on his or her coursework is required to conduct deep and…

Student Guide to Writing a Term Paper

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Term paper is a nightmare for many students regardless of their major or year of study. Frankly speaking, this type of paper has some special features, but you can cope up with this task if you pay enough attention and efforts. Here you will find detailed instructions and recommendations how to create a pretty good term paper step by step. Step 1 We traditionally start…

Guidelines on Perfect Engineering Papers Writing

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If you are a student, no matter what you are studying, you will have to complete a great number of various writing assignments. Certainly, this is not always easy. There can occur some obstacles, which can make the process of writing terrible. If we are speaking about engineering papers writing, there are also some important issues that should be taken into account. First of all,…

How to Write Cause and Effect Essay? Easy!

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Most of difficulties with the cause and effect essays are brought by the situation when students do not understand exactly what kind of the assignment it is and mix it with some other essay types. Sometimes they confuse it with the reaction/response writing or do not manage to perform thorough argumentation within the whole work. Also it is peculiar for students to write only their…