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Another PhD blogger...

…well, technically, another research student blogger.

As it stands I am a little over a month into my research degree, and the opening gambit above constitutes one of the many lessons I have learned thus far – that until I have earned my stripes (i.e. 499 more words

Edinburgh Napier University

One Reason Why You Should Be Thankful for Having a Blog

Today is just one of those crappy days when you feel like blogging is the only outlet. I’m thankful for having a blog. Though I don’t know if it makes a difference… I wonder if it does. 554 more words

A Return to Wordpress

I’m not quite sure why, but until today I hadn’t bothered to log in to WordPress for over 2 months. Neither to write or to read. 316 more words

Thoughts And Rants

Debra Eve and other later-blooming writers

Debra Eve, always wanted to write but started her career as a technical engineer, training lawyers in technology. She tired of the corporate milieu and returned to school to become an archeologist only to discover that she didn’t have deep enough pockets to finance any digs. 235 more words

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Writing Process. Is that even a thing?

I really do not know the reason why I kept prolonging the task the of writing this blog post. You can call it procrastination, laziness, or the lack of proper timing which is often so necessary when you wish to write something from your heart. 1,055 more words

Sheth's Opinion

J.R.'S TIPS FOR NEW BLOGGERS

A couple of months ago a Facebook friend PM’d me and asked for tips about starting a blog. And when I posted my blog about… 1,825 more words

J.R. LeMar

Upbeat Living: Blogging to Build Your Book (Nonfiction)

© 2014  Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM.  World Rights Reserved.

If you have ever thought of writing a nonfiction book, this article is for you. If you write nonfiction but have no system, and you often feel frustrated, this article is for you. 926 more words

Stress