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Most useful textbook and academic posts of the week: November 12, 2021

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As we reach the midpoint of Academic Writing Month (AcWriMo), it's good to evaluate our results, to examine where we are with our intentions of writing, and to adjust our plans accordingly to meet our goals. This week's collection of articles from around the web shares considerations on specialization of PhD, remote research trends and performance, and approaches to completing a writing project during NaNoWriMo (or in our world AcWriMo). Further, we have found articles on revising, print options, and what authors need to know about formatting for ebook distribution options. Someone once said, “Don’t tell people your plans. Show them your results.” As you enter the back half of AcWriMo, focus on results and let your passion drive your manuscript. Happy Writing!

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