Has anyone written a paper citing an e-book before? I’m using several Kindle books for my Honors thesis and I’m not sure how to cite them. I’ve looked around the Internet and most people say to pretty much follow a normal citation format but switch whatever’s different about an e-book into it and possibly add a URL. I’m just a little apprehensive of going ahead with it because there’s no official word yet from the APA dudes and I would like some affirmation! I suppose I can email my professor and ask her to OK citing pages as “Locations” as they’re called on the Kindle. But if she wanted to confirm a citation I made, I suppose I’d have to come in with my Kindle to let her look? I don’t know. I’m just wondering if anyone has run into this situation yet!
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