We are in the process of converting the blog portion of the website to more of a library. There are over 400 posts in the archive. Many of them contain information that is still useful despite originally being published anytime between now and 2009. However, a blog is not really the ideal place to go looking for that stuff.
I have been slowly working on making it easier to find things using categories. I’ve also been editing posts to add links to related posts published later and make sure that references to outdated products and services are not there. The sidebar (which displays below the posts in mobile view) contains a list of categories and a search box. You may find these useful.
I have also decided to make this information available in a different format. I’m working on compiling material into Short Guides which I will published in various e-book formats. These will be short. I’m keeping them under 10k words and they contain writing prompts to help you figure out how to apply the advice in your particular situation. If you have time to read a whole book, I want you to devote that time to reading one of the books that’s actually related to your research and teaching, or a novel that offers you a break from thinking about work, rather than a book about managing your time better, or figuring out your writing process. The first one is now available!
I am still adding things to the library, somewhat haphazardly, and using social media (my Facebook business page, and Twitter) to remind you of some of what’s already here as well as alerting you to new posts.