Monthly Archives: April 2012

What counts as ‘writing’?

I’ve been wondering about this question for some time. As writers and thinkers, what do you count as writing practice? Do you only count those words that might be published or read by someone else? Do you only count your … Continue reading

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What is your writing process?

Hello blogland, One of the best courses I ever took was a tutor training course. The first day of class, Cynthia Haynes-Burton gave us an assignment. She asked us to write 500 to 1000 words describing our writing process. I … Continue reading

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Part II: ‘Writing Your Master’s Dissertation/Thesis’

15 – 20 September 2012. This is the deadline for handing in most Master’s dissertations/theses in the UK. That gives you 5 months. No problem, right? All you need to do right now is finish your papers for the spring … Continue reading

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