What Readers are Saying About Guide to Making Time to Write: 100+ Time & Productivity Management Tips for Textbook and Academic Authors

Guide to Making Time to Write
"Guide to Making Time to Write: 100 + Time & Productivity Management Tips for Textbooks and Academic Authors is a welcomed addition to my professional library. My only negative comment is that I needed it thirty years ago!" - Cliff Roberson, LLM, PhD. Author or co-author of over 50 textbooks, Professor Emeritus, Washburn University

"Looking to be more productive? Need more time to write? TAA's Guide to Making Time to Write is a treasure trove of guaranteed advice from the trenches that all of us can benefit from. Read it and amp up your output this week!" - John Bond, Publishing Consultant, RiverwindsConsulting.com

"As an academic writing coach, I work on time management with my clients a lot. The 128 tips offer something for every academic writer. What I appreciated the most, however, were the 25 software recommendations. Software is not my forte, so I was glad that the book devoted space to programs for me and my clients to try out." - Mary Beth Averill, PhD, an academic writing coach and editor, facilitates a weekly faculty writing group and works with individuals

"In addition to the book’s many bulleted points you can pop like quick-fix pills, the sidebars of a 'Featured Strategy' bring warmth and relatability, with personal examples and photos of the writers/scholars advising how they specifically use time management and writing techniques." - Noelle Sterne, PhD, author of Challenges in Writing Your Dissertation: Coping with the Emotional, Interpersonal, and Spiritual Struggles. Read her full review

"Supercharge your writing productivity with this practical and inspiring guide to making time to write. Learn from authors and mentors and try out their advice—by experimenting with their tips you'll kickstart your personal writing process." - Bec Evans, author, writing productivity coach, Prolifiko

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