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This text offers a plan to help those who have blanched at the prospect of finishing a long piece of writing. Eviatar Zerubavel describes how to set up a writing schedule and regular work habits that should take most of the anxiety and procrastination out of long-term writing, and even make it enjoyable. Zerubavel argues that the dreaded writer's block often terms out to be simply a need for a better grasp of the temporaral organization of work. This book rethinks the writing process in terms of time and organization. It offers writers a simple yet comprehensive framework that considers such cariables as when to write, for how long, and how often, while keeping a sense of momentum throughout the entire project. It shows how to set priorities, balance ideals against constraints, and find the ideal time to write.
|Publication date:||4th March 1999|
|Publisher:||Harvard University Press|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Writing & editing guides,|
Eviatar Zerubavel is Professor of Sociology and director of the graduate program at Rutgers University.More About Eviatar Zerubavel