Writing Tip no. 27


Literally. You’re sitting a lot, usually hunched over in some contorted position, entirely focused on a certain passage. Get up. Move. Stretch. November is …

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Writing Tip no. 26

Save it.

Don’t let your work go to waste. Turn on autosave in your word processor and back up your files on an external drive. November is …

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Writing Tip no. 25

When you just can’t seem to get the words to flow, try talking it out. Read the previous sections aloud (with minimal editing) and talk …

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Writing Tip no. 24


It can be easy to get distracted and find things to do that are more urgent than writing. Cut out the excuses and distractions when …

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Writing Tip no. 23

Write badly.

Your first go at anything you write is going to be awful. If you focus on getting the writing out rather than on making it …

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Writing Tip no. 20

Use productivity tools.

When you think of writing, you may not think of the world of high-performance, high-output work. However, writing is a marathon, especially if you are …

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Writing Tip no. 19


Writer’s block happens to all writers at some point. Whether you’re stuck on the phrasing of a paragraph or you’re struggling with how to cast …

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Writing Tip no. 18

Writing Tip no. 18 Own your new role. (small footer) Celebrate National Novel Writing Month! #GrammoWriMo #NaNoWriMo

Whether you are a budding author or a student working on a thesis, you are a writer. Feel free to own your new role as …

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Writing Tip no. 16

Set micro-goals.

Writing a thesis or a novel is a big goal. These goals can be so large that they become overwhelming. One key to success with …

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