I found the PDF copies of these books online. It seems like the authors have made them available. I hope to share them with you here. Download a copy as a reference and refer to them as and when you need them!
Some people find writing very laborious. But for me, the writing of words come easily because I match my fingers to my thoughts. This means that whatever I am thinking comes straight out into the screen as I am typing it.
So writing can flow. It is both an act of the mind and the body. It is a dance and connection of the mind and body.
I have many such tips that I pick up over the years that make writing easy to me that I wish to share with more people. So I set up a facebook page called "The Graduate Student as Writer" after the book I wrote.
This page is an inventory of writing tips and advice, and also information for graduate students and academics. While there are differences between academic writing and day-to-day writing as I am doing right now, at the heart of it - the skills, knowledge, and understanding of writing are the same.
They involve a process of converting thoughts and ideas into words. So I believe the advice I give are transferable across fields, across disciplines, across careers, and across people.
Join me to learn more about writing at my Facebook Page!
After I returned home from Honduras, I begin writing a two articles on my experiences in Útila. The first one was on my experience freediving and the second one that I have not yet completed was more of a travel writing style article on the island.
I have completed the first one on freediving: What Three Months of Freediving in Útila Taught Me
In this article, I share how I learned to deal with my expectations and adjusted them, how I learned that having fun was the best way to learn, and also my experience with exhale diving, which is taking less than a full breath when you dive.
Researcher and educator by training, writer by profession. I write to educate, inspire hope, and uplift spirits.