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Video Blog: P2P Episode 6

This is the one where I tell you some exciting news (so exciting my hair went curly)!

Video Blog: P2P Episode 5

It’s the one where I talk about how to get back out there and promote your research after finishing your PhD…

Video Blog: P2P Episode 4

It’s the one where I talk about my ‘expanded chapter approach’…

Video Blog: P2P Episode 3

It’s the one where I talk about book pitch etiquette…

Video Blog: P2P Episode 2

It’s the one where I don’t actually say very much because my brain is buzzing with too many thoughts…

‘Reading and Time’: More PhD Phunnies!

Sorry about the swearing, but this video cracks me up, its way too close to home!

Video Blog: P2P Episode 1

OK (cringe, cringe), here is the first episode in my video blog/diary of my own journey to getting my first academic book published. It’s the one where Reaktion break my heart…

And don’t forget that did a video on the rationale for this site as well.

Simpsons Does PhD Students

Looks like Piled Higher and Deeper isn’t the only cartoon able to poke fun at the academic (lack of) life!

Video Blog: P2P the Rationale

To kick off, here is the video blog post I made a couple of months ago setting out the rationale behind setting up PhD2Published (as well as video blogging my own journey to get published).

In these regular video blogs, I’m going to chronicle the highs and lows of getting a book published for the first time – including writing chapters, pitching to publishers – all while trying to earn a living teaching. I hope that by doing this other people at a similar stage of their careers can avoid repeating any of my mistakes, and perhaps feel less alone in the quest for academic superstardom!

I promise as time goes on, I’ll get better at video blogging….But hey, it’s a start, right?!