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Writing Resources: Books and Ebooks

Air & Light & Time & SpaceAir & Light & Time & Space by Helen Sword
From the author of Stylish Academic Writing comes an essential new guide for writers aspiring to become more productive and take greater pleasure in their craft. Helen Sword interviewed 100 academics worldwide about their writing background and practices and shows how they find or create the conditions to get their writing done.
Source: EBSCOHost Academic eBook Collection

Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Engaging in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning by Cathy Bishop-Clark
Call Number: LB1028 .B4766 2012
Available on multiple campuses.
This is a book for anyone who has ever considered engaging in the scholarship of teaching and learning - known familiarly as SoTL - and needs a better understanding of what it is, and how to engage in it. Source: Google Books

Write More, Publish More, Stress Less Write More, Publish More, Stress Less! by Dannelle D. Stevens and Stephen D. Brookfield
n this book Dr. Dannelle D. Stevens offers five key principles that will bolster your knowledge of academic writing, enable you to develop a manageable, sustainable, and even enjoyable writing practice, and, in the process, effectively increase your publication output and promote your academic career.
Source: Google Books

Write No Matter What Write No Matter What: Advice for Academics by Joli Jensen
With growing academic responsibilities, family commitments, and inboxes, scholars are struggling to fulfill their writing goals. A finished book—or even steady journal articles—may seem like an impossible dream. But, as Joli Jensen proves, it really is possible to write happily and productively in academe.
Source: Ebook Central

Writing your Journal Article in 12 Weeks Writing Your Journal Article in 12 Weeks : A Guide to Academic Publishing Success by Wendy Laura Belcher
Call Number: Z471 .B45 2009
Available at Atlanta and Alpharetta
This book is an approach to enabling academic authors to overcome their anxieties and produce the publications that are essential to succeeding in their fields. Each week, readers learn a particular feature of strong articles and work on revising theirs accordingly. At the end of twelve weeks, they send their article to a journal. This invaluable resource is the only guide that focuses specifically on publishing humanities and social science journal articles.
Source: GILFind@GSU