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Hugh Kearns Jun 18
Bad writing precedes good writing. This is an infallible rule, so don’t waste time trying to avoid bad writing. (That just slows down the process.) Anything committed to paper can be changed. The idea is to start, and then go from there.
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Dr Leah Phillips Jun 26
The ‘notes’ are gathered, sections determined - it’s time to blitz this chapter.
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Dr. Shawna M. Brandle Jun 25
inspiration popping up after lunch.
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Parker Cotton Jun 25
I've been trying to write uninterrupted and without editing/correcting from 930-10 each day this summer. Might not be a ton but it's working well so far. Gosh did I ever need routines. Feel free to join me!
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Jane Jones, PhD 1m
Writing an article can feel like an exercise in smoke and mirrors. In the Art of the Article, we give you a detailed system that demystifies the writing process. Check it out here:
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Research Whisperer Jun 25
The Astonishing Mess of Academic Publishing ():
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Lynzi Armstrong Jun 23
Fell off the writing wagon last week due to illness and meetings but back on it this week. One week left of research leave. I WILL submit this article by the end of the week ✍️
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No, not ~that~ JZ Jun 24
I just cracked open a book I haven't directly referenced in several months of diss. writing & realized that I'd forgotten a bunch of its relevant details. This isn't the first time this has happened. Someone please tell me I'm not the only one who does this.
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Dr Wayne Chan Jun 26
Every academic writer needs a few strategies in hand to start their daily writing engine. Reading journal articles, highlighting key phrases and writing a summary of it are all great methods.
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Krishna Kumar V. 6h
What exactly is and ?
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Craig Perry Jun 25
Ya'll I just wrote a fancy sentence. I'm proud of myself but I know I need to delete and/or rewrite it. Still, not quite ready. Need a few more hours to come to terms with killing this darling. Will get it at the end of my writing time. 😂
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Guy Prochilo 🏳️‍🌈 5h
How cute is my PhD workstation!? And yes, my ancient laptop is being held up by a thermos ... I really need to sort that out.
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Jo Henderson-Merrygold 3h
Always reassuring to read a journal article - particularly one making good points - but that includes several of the writing frustrations directed to your own writing.
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Ulrika Sultan 12m
This paper is excellent! Writing a scientific article: A step-by-step guide for beginners (open access)
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Dr Suzanne Beech 17h
My dad is over visiting & I brought a copy of my book to my aunt's house for him. One of her boys Eoin asked excitedly if it was for him & was it fiction or non-fiction. Then he proudly said he only knew one author. He's 8. I almost cried.
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GrumpiestTA 13h
I have a meeting with my advisor tomorrow and I feel totally unprepared. I can't even remember what this meeting is about. Is it about my thesis? Is it about a different paper? Comps?? We set this meeting weeks ago and I just don't remember
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Enago Academy 3m
Replying to @krishna_kumar_v
Hey stands for academic writing. Not sure about .
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Roderic Crooks 16h
Out here writing myself into a corner.
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Dr Leah Phillips Jun 24
Why does it *always* come back to Freud? 🤦🏻‍♀️
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AL Gallagher 5h
More like this today - from the beginning😩 much much tougher on your own - verbalising problem and getting feedback can be so useful - miss our group
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