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A reflection paper is a very common type of paper among college students. Almost any subject you enroll in requires you to express your opinion on certain matters. In this article we will explain how to write a reflection paper, and provide you with examples and useful tips that will make the writing process easier. Reflection papers should have an academic tone, yet be personal and subjective. In this type of paper you should analyse and reflect upon how an experience, academic task, article, or lecture shaped your perception and thoughts on a subject. Here is what you need to know about writing an effective reflection paper.
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If you want to write a book of your very own, all you have to do is emulate them! To help you achieve just that, we've put together this step guide to how to write a book, chock full of information and advice from the most prolific, successful writers in the business. The one thing you absolutely need to write a book is, of course, an idea.
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