February 19, 2021

Cheer up, Carnegie. It might never happen…

I’ll just say it straight: book awards are ridiculous. They are the garden gnomes of the literary landscape – fun, provocative, but ultimately ornamental. They have no more meritocratic substance than judging jambalaya over jelly at the village fete – it’s all a matter of personal taste. My disdain partly hearkens from a philosophical objection to the self-congratulating futility of judging art against itself. But mainly it’s because I don’t win them.

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Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for February 19, 2021

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We’ve proved we can change – let’s keep going

It’s been almost a year since the industry made the switch from being predominantly office based to working from home and essentially living at work. Frankfurt meetings went from being in a packed rights centre or brightly coloured stall to being completely online via Zoom. London Book Fair moved to June. Book launches went from being in our cosy, beloved bookstores to our living rooms – again, via Zoom.

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How To Cite The APA Manual: A Look At The Details

Before writing a research paper, one has to read several books and articles related to that topic. These articles and books will need to be referenced in your work. There are other referencing styles like Chicago manual Style, IEEE style, AMA Style, and MLA besides the APA.However, the APA is one of the most popular citation styles in research paper writing, especially for social sciences, communication, education, and related fields.This article focuses on how to cite the APA manual and other related information you need to know. Keep reading to learn more.What Is APA Manual?APA stands for American Psychological Association....

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