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Most useful textbook and academic posts of the week: January 7, 2022

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How do you write? As we begin the new year of 2022, it's a perfect time to reflect on your writing goals, habits, accomplishments, and shortcomings from last year and look at what adjustments may be necessary for the year ahead. Our collection of articles from around the web for this first week of 2022 includes The Scholarly Kitchen's year in review, Jane Friedman's insight on what writers need to do, and the publishing industry's projection on the continued effect of COVID-19 on returning to the office. The set continues with a vision for a new model library, Joanna Penn's creative and business goals for the new year, and ends with four strategies for writing in a world of distractions. Stephen King once described his answer to our opening question, saying, “When asked, ‘How do you write?’ I invariably answer, ‘one word at a time’.” It may be too much to look at the entire year ahead and plan your writing projects, so if necessary, start with just the next word in your project. Happy writing!

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