- First question: What are your summer writing plans?
- — Ondrej Cernotik (@cernotik)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:11:35
- — Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:13:00For the summer, my #acwri plans: finish revising book manuscript and send off, send manuscripts I presented at conferences to journals.
- — Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:14:44Book revisions will be late summer. Conference papers are but ready to go, so incorporating feedback from discussants, off to journal #acwri
- — Megan Hatch (@meganehatch)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:37:49
- — Michelle M Holmes (@michellemholmes)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:16:09#acwri I need to finish 3 chapters by September, 2 started & 1 currently non-existent. Not sure how to stay motivated - always had a break!
- Second question: Why do we put so much emphasis on summer writing?
- — Rachel Murphy (@rachelmurphy)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:17:58
- — Sarah Beetham (@SarahBeetham)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:19:32
- — Dudu Ndlovu (@mandlods)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:21:01
- — ExplorationsofStyle (@explorstyle)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:22:48#acwri Does anyone else have a history of making overly ambitious summer plans? Is it better to be realistic or to aim high?
- — M Puskar-Pasewicz (@MargaretEdits)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:25:11
- — ExplorationsofStyle (@explorstyle)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:27:33
- — Dr Raul Pacheco-Vega (@raulpacheco)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:27:49I had overly ambitious writing goals in 2013, failed miserably. Made modest goals for 2014, much success. #AcWri https://twitter.com/explorstyle/status/609078344039170048 …
- — Amy Csizmar Dalal (@drcsiz)Thu, Jun 11 2015 19:40:02
- Third question: How do people stay motivated during summer writing?
#acwri Twitter Chat: Managing Summer Writing Plans
This Twitter chat was dedicated to strategies for managing summer writing plans (hosted by @DrJeremySegrott).