This is likely the final post of 2018. I have been blogging on and off for the past few months.
I’m sure it’s been tough for most of you as well. Our digital worlds are growing and innovators give us something new every three months. It’s hard to keep up with it.
For writers, these distractions keep our golden ideas buried under a mountain of priorities.
I’ve kept my priorities in check over the past few months. And I admit, I’ve put my writing second. I will do that no longer. I will mine out my ideas and write them all down. I’m going to get my stories on the page and make investments that’ll push my art to the forefront so that you all can enjoy it.
I’ve been in the shadows long enough. So join me in a campaign against writer’s block and doubt. We’re on the road to write with a warring persistence and edit with a hawk’s meticulous eye.
No one in an undergrad or post-grad program can escape essays.
Essays are effective tests that shows comprehension of the subject matter.
Students who hire freelance writers to write their essays for them are committing plagiarism.
Professors can spot this. They survey your writing through quizzes, tests, or small writing samples just to see a student’s unique voice.
For freelancers, it’s money in the bank. However, it enables academic dishonesty among students. Participating does not bode well. A passing grade is not promised after an essay is completed and money has been distributed. Procrastinating creates tight deadlines and rushed research writing, which likely result in a failing grade. In addition, freelancers risk their reputations as writers and editors.
Let’s not forget, there are serious consequences for academic dishonesty. Each college or university deals with academic integrity differently. Referring to your student code of conduct for a loop hole will not work. Integrity is a universal code among educators.
Ultimately, you should utilize the resources provided by your institutions. These services are included in your tuition. Take advantage of them. The only thing left to spent is time.