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I’ve been asked a lot of questions lately about my own writing practices, so I’m going to post a bit about them over the next week or so. The first question is a common one and it’s about how I … Continue reading
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I often meet post PhD people who are stuck. Even though they are now doctored, they are not over the Big Book. Some of them are stuck in thinking how they might get something, anything, out of the thesis. A … Continue reading
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