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James McConnachie

Finding your faults

When we edit, most of us simply read the text, line by line, correcting as we go. But it can be more effective to read for one kind of fault at a time.
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Stuck in a rut?

Ideas tend to come when we’re not racking our brains. They surprise us when the mind is relaxed and wandering over our material.
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Anne Wilson

Writing for visual thinkers

Academic writing is a significant challenge for predominantly visual thinkers. Here are some ways to help them to convert an explosion of connected ideas into a linear format.
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