Research Sources for Writers: A Guide to Backing up Your Words

Here is an incredibly useful article by Clay Collins: you can go much deeper and further than Google in your research for an article you’re writing, a post, a book… or just for the love of knowledge! It’s called Open Access. And it’s free 🙂

Join the Open Access Movement

When you read the post, make sure you explore ALL the links, one by one.

And sign up for “Write to Done” and Clay Collins’s blog. This guy is onto SOMEthing 🙂

Happy research!

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Good research stands to benefit any writer, and quality research often delineates the line between a quack claim and an insightful argument. Substantive research gives your writing teeth, enhances its impact, and lends your words an air of credibility…

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A.M.Sall

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