Writing A Descriptive Essay

There are various types of essays and each one of them has its own structure and rules to be followed. A descriptive essay is supposed to reveal experience of the writer. Very often descriptive papers, as well as those of other types are ordered from paper writing companies.

We represent one of the leading companies at the market and are ready to prove you that we deserve your trust. Creating a descriptive paper for you, we will achieve the affect not through simple telling some event, but using detailed descriptions, observations, and lessons learnt. Such a paper will obviously impress your professor or teacher. But we expect to receive some information about your experience as it should not contain lie.

So, starting the work you should define what you want to describe. As a rule, descriptive papers focus on some place, experience, person, memory, or object. Then think about the reason of writing the paper. Do you really believe that it is worth your time? For sure there is something that you would do instead of academic writing, so why don’t you give this work to us?

We have employed a team of professionals, each one of them specializes in particular sphere of knowledge, in particular science. Placing an order you are asked to choose the subjects. This gives our managers an opportunity to provide you with an expert in your particular sphere of knowledge.

According to rules of our company, every writer checks the papers several times in order to correct mistakes if any. After that every paper is checked by the proofreaders and special software to make sure that there are no mistakes or plagiarism.

But if you still want to manage with writing the paper yourself, our writers would like to give you some advice. First of all, writing the paper remember that there is a difference between telling and showing. The second one is the issue needed. Use details to show your readers what you want to tell; they will also make your description more credible and realistic.

A descriptive paper aims to create a vivid experience. To make such effect, focus on sounds, smell, touch, taste, and sight. Focusing on the senses, you give specific and vivid details that provide you readers with showing your experience and not telling it.

Writing a descriptive essay can be complicated. And sometimes students stop halfway and place orders at paper writing companies. Don’t waste your time and do it at once. Choosing a reputable company like ours will bring you not only excellent marks, but also reputation of a good student and success in career.


Tuesday Open Thread

How soon is too soon for holiday hoopla?

I’ve been seeing a lot of Christmas-related complaining all over social media this year. “Not already!” “It’s too early for decorations and music!” But this is a trend that doesn’t seem to be reversing.

I have decided that right around mid-November is when I’m OK with seeing decorations at the mall and hearing carols on the radio. But seeing the holiday onslaught of TV commercials and catalogues and newspaper circulars on the day after Halloween was kind of a head-scratcher.

Still, I don’t get as incensed about it as many seem to. I can tune it all out until I’m ready to embrace it. So the temperature in SoCal has finally fallen below 80: Toss me a light sweater and bring on the holidays! 😉

What say you? When do you start feeling the spirit? When do you start shopping? Decorating? Chime in, and chat away!


Weekend Open Thread

Soccer season ends today! Thank Zeus, because this Team Mom is ready to reclaim her Saturdays.

What are you happy about today? And what’s next for you? We’ve got a 5-day trip during Thanksgiving week, visiting BIL in Raleigh. I have never traveled during Thanksgiving week. Should I be scared? 😉

Chat away!


Thursday Open Thread

Did you know that the spread of smartphone technology has made us all so distracted as parents, that our kids are breaking more bones because we’re so busy ignoring them?

That’s the totally reasonable conclusion reached by this Yale graduate student’s study.

Palsson found that between 2005 and 2012, during the time the telecom giant expanded its speediest cell phone coverage, injuries to children under 5 increased 10 percent. Injuries to kids 6 to 10 years old—those of an age who, presumably, do not need focused parental supervision—did not increase. Palsson uses this difference to show that distracted parenting is the cause.

Seems totally logical, amirite? And don’t you just admire the New York Times for giving coverage to this groundbreaking study? BLECH.

What’s annoying you today? What’s making you smile? Chat away!


Tuesday Open Thread

DH is out of town on a business trip, and the time change has me feeling down. Each year I have such a hard time dealing with the sun setting so damn early.

And it’s not even cold here! I’m such a wimp.

Cheer me up? And chat away!