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Most useful textbook and academic posts of the week: June 12, 2020

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Someone once said, “Be stronger than your excuses.” It is certainly easy to make excuses for not writing, not moving forward on our projects, not accomplishing our goals - especially in a time of disruption like we have faced for the past few months. Or in time of “vacation” if we have the summer “off”. But to be successful, we have to be stronger. Our collection of articles from around the web includes an 11-year-old's advice on busting excuses, summer planning strategies, and actionable steps for developing a routine, being creative, and training your brain. There's also information on how to improve the academic writing process, to make your research meaningful, and to be excited by the practices that have emerged from the pandemic. Finally, we have questions to ask before signing a publishing contract and useful websites for writers. Explore the links below, refuel your passion, and be stronger than your excuses! Happy writing!

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