Motivation and Encouragement for Dissertation Writers Across Disciplines

TD:D Blog Carnival: Volume 6, Edition 1

In TD:D Blog Carnival, Uncategorized on December 2, 2010 at 11:05 am

Welcome to another edition of the TD:D Blog Carnival!

It’s snowing in my neck of the woods and I’m looking forward to creating a warm and inviting writing cave at home this weekend.  If you are doing the same, or if you are in a sunnier climate, happy writing!

Enjoy this week’s posts and make sure to check back next week for another edition.

Writing Tips

5 Tips for Productively Editing Your Writing by Delia Lloyd

“This tips list goes out to all of you fellow travelers who have something you need to edit — it could be a poem, a short story, heck, even an office memo — and, like me, you need to find your mojo.”

Breaking Writer’s Block – Ten Tips to Get You Back on a Writing Roll by Patricia Benesh

“How to get it moving again? Experts recommend breaking the problem into smaller pieces — and tackling a small bit at a time. Also, have a buddy who can help motivate you and push things along. Perhaps it’s another writer or a writing coach. Methods, such as these, seem to work.”

The Writing Life

In Praise of the Daily Walk by Multiple Authors

“A brisk half hour walk a day will keep you healthy – and sane – say researchers. Eight [writers] reveal what walking means to them.”

The Making of a Novel: Giving Thanks by Jennie Nash

“I love that writers and editors all over the web are thankful for specific writer-related things, and I’ve gathered here a list of some of the best lists.”

The TD:D blog carnival is published weekly on Thursdays.

If you would like to submit a post for the TD:D blog carnival, email your link to tododissertation[at]gmail[dot]com by the previous Wednesday at noon.


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