Spreading good words around...
Spreading good words around...

Tips and stuff to help you write effectively

10 tips for writing a memoir

 

Now I have finally finished writing a memoir (see panel right), I feel able to share some of the lessons I have learnt.

 

These include writing freely at the start of the process and hiring a professional proof-reader at the end.

 

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How to write - and present - a eulogy

 

After some recent personal experiences I have written down some guildelines on how to approach this very difficult - and rarely discussed - piece of writing. 

 

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Evaluating Personal Statements 

 

I am often asked to comment on the Personal Statements written by students applying for university. I have now written down what questions to ask.

 

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Two building blocks of effective writing

 

Discover a practical approach to style that transforms it from a measuring stick to an invaluable tool.

 

Read advice on structure that will increase the chances of your key message getting through to the target reader.

 

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Overcome writer's block

Click on the picture (above) for advice on how to make the writing process flow as smoothly as possible.

Profit from the feedback

Click on the picture for advice on using comments from colleagues to improve your writing - and not make it worse! 

Preparing to write for a journal

Click on the picture for eight questions to ask before you start writing the first draft of your scientific paper or journal article.

'Beautifully written ... a rare good autobiography'

 

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A cub on the moor: a short talk on life as a country reporter in the 1970s. Available for Rotary Clubs, Probus, U3A and other groups.

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Winning the publications game: the groundbreaking book on writing scientific papers

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