How to turn your PhD into a book – part two

A couple of weeks ago I published part one of this series on academic book publishing, where I covered identifying the opportunities, contacting a publisher and pitching the idea. In part two I talk about how to negotiate the deal. In part three I will talk about what to expect in the book writing and … Continue reading How to turn your PhD into a book – part two

Book review: Writing for peer reviewed journals

Here at the Whisperer we know you read a lot, so we try to do some of the reading for you. There's a lot of books out there on doing a PhD and being an academic - which ones should you buy? If you are a regular reader you will know that Pat Thomson and … Continue reading Book review: Writing for peer reviewed journals

Objects in the mirror may be closer than they appear

My professional life is endless blog fodder. I imagine it's kind of annoying to be friends with me if you are doing your PhD because sooner or later you are going to Get Whispered. What you thought was a casual conversation over coffee and a muffin will be turned into a blog post while you weren't looking. So, to my latest victim...