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Most useful textbook and academic posts of the week: November 8, 2019

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As we reach the end of the first full week of November, more affectionately known as Academic Writing Month (AcWriMo) for most of our readers, we want to remind you of the importance of reading to improve your writing efforts. In fact, Samuel Johnson once said, “The greatest part of a writer’s time is spent in reading, in order to write; a man will turn over half a library to make one book.” This reading time may be immersed in discipline-specific journal articles, or in items such as the ones below that help improve your overall writing craft and understanding of the authoring industry. This week our collection includes resources from SAGE MethodSpace's AcWriMo focus on writing and publishing books, ways to address worry for writers, establishing a plan B (or C), determining your contribution to the literature, maintaining an appropriate writing voice, questioning our assumptions in publishing innovations, and exploring alternative textbook options, including OER. Remember as you move forward in your writing this week, it is more than acceptable - it's even necessary - to take time to read to broaden your understanding of both your discipline and your craft, in order to improve your results as an author. Happy writing!

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