How to Procrastinate ... Like a Pro!: 101 of the Most Deadly Procrastination Techniques

How to Procrastinate ... Like a Pro!: 101 of the Most Deadly Procrastination Techniques

by Andrew Butcher

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Overview

Unlike the countless 'How to Stop Procrastinating' books on Amazon, which talk about time management skills and seemingly obvious procrastination cures, this book takes a different approach by highlighting 101 of the Most Deadly Procrastination Techniques so that you can identify your own procrastination habits and overcome them.

People say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. Right now, you probably don't even know all your forms of procrastination, so how could you possibly stop procrastinating? (With this book, that's how!)

And, come on, can you really resist a book with chapter headings like TEA-WEE HERMAN, PROCRASTURBATE, and LORD OF THE CARBS? I didn't think so.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158619502
Publisher: Andrew Butcher
Publication date: 08/26/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 93,456
File size: 430 KB

About the Author

Andrew Butcher writes supernatural suspense and dark fantasy tales brimming with fascinating characters, tantalizing mysteries, and jaw-dropping plot twists. After releasing his first novel, A Death Displaced, Andrew Butcher focused on continuing the Lansin Island series while helping thousands of fellow writers to realize their dreams through his online creative writing course, Write a Novel Outline from Scratch.

More interested in telling a good story than following the 'rules' of genre, Andrew takes an eclectic approach to his fiction. His paranormal suspense novels are sprinkled with elements of fantasy, mystery, and family drama. His dark fantasy book, Fear the Wolf, is full of action, suspense, and enough mystery to keep readers guessing until the very end. Fantasy Book Critic described Fear the Wolf as "an intriguing new angle on the formula" and "a solid, well-structured book that should appeal to readers enjoying dark and intimate stories."

When Andrew isn't reading, writing, or binge-watching TV shows, he enjoys hand-feeding his pet tortoise and daydreaming about imaginary worlds filled with unforgettable characters.

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