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- deep into writing the thesis? don’t forget to yodelayeehoo
- idle thoughts while reading? it may be a light bulb moment
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- addressing 'the gap' in the field
- the literature review - how old are the sources?
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- I can't find anything written on my topic... really?
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- leave a good last impression - the thesis conclusion
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It’s very common to read academic texts, particularly thesis chapters, which present themselves to the reader as a series of blocks of stuff. Each big block of stuff may well be divided up into smaller sub-headed blocks. This is not … Continue reading
Barbara and I are writing fast. The usual way to write fast is to ‘speed write’. This often requires the use of timed sessions where the goal is to write as much as possible in the allotted minutes. Another approach … Continue reading
another of those posts where I talk about my own practice… I’m currently engaged in several bits of co-writing. They are not the talk-and-write-together model that I do with Barbara. No, these are variations on the write-together-write-separate process. Because this … Continue reading