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Would you like more Research Degree Insiders in your inbox?

You might already have more than enough insider tips from the blog, and the books. And that’s awesome! 

But if you would like even more Research Degree Insiders knowledge, I’m starting a newsletter. Currently, I’m thinking of it as a quarterly offering, depending on feedback and interest and what’s generally going on in life. It will be totally free.

The first one includes a link to a podcast that I was invited onto to talk about Level Up your Essays, news about an upcoming book chapter (which grew out of a post that was first here on the blog), and a cute picture of my cat getting in the way of me working. I expect future newsletters to include things like freebie worksheets, audio or video content, or discount codes for books.

So, I guess the newsletter is for people who want more of my research and writing, and the blog will stay focussed on your research and writing.

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