Welcome to the ANU AcWriMo community blog. We are in a for a month of satisfying productivity. The arrangements are simple: commit to a certain number of words or hours of writing each day, add your daily tally to the register, and add up your total at the end of the week, then again at the end of the month.
To help you establish good writing habits, I’ll run some online and face-to-face writing sessions. That way you’ll have some company as well as a start and stop time. We’ll use this blog as a discussion forum to share ideas about what works and what can be so challenging about getting your writing done.
To sign up for the online writing sessions, click here.
Good luck and happy writing during November!
As we head into the final week of AcWriMo, you might be interested in some of the other resources and activities that are happening around the world in this global writing festival. Sage has put together a list of their writing resources especially for AcWriMo. Of particular relevance to HDRs are “How to get published”, […]
The Centre for Academic Writing (CAW) at Coventry University in the UK has organised an online Twitter event, in collaboration with Cambridge University Press as part of their AcWriMo activities this month. The event will take place on Tuesday November 26th at 6pm (UK time) and will last for about an hour. The #TwitterChat will […]
Hello fellow writers! How have you enjoyed your first week of AcWriMo? Did you manage to get the writing done as planned, or did other distractions get in your way? I’ve got a couple of big jobs off my desk now, and can settle into a weekend of writing with the Boot Campers. It feels […]
It’s great to see the register starting to be populated with your word counts and hours. I saw some very impressive tallies for the first few days of November. Well done Anita, George, Shankar and Ehsan for producing over 1000 words! And well done everyone else for simply sitting down and DOING some writing! I […]
As we count down to 1 November, it is a good idea to keep a diary over the next few days so that you can notice where your time disappears. The first time I did that, I realized how often I break off writing to respond to emails as soon as they arrive – the […]