A few resources that may help you get your writing done.
Fitting Writing Into Busy Academic Schedules
Helen Sword: Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write (written interview here)
Joli Jensen: Write No Matter What: Advice for Academics
Eric Hayot: “Eight Strategies for Getting Writing Done” (chapter 3 in The Elements of Academic Style).
Various contributors: “How to Make Time for Research and Writing”
Karen Kelsky: “Why You Need a 5-Year Plan”
Erin Marie Furtak: “My Writing Productivity Pipeline”
Focusing in an Age of Digital Distraction
Turn off your phone & block distracting websites on your computer while you write.
Making Writing (a Bit More) Social
Kerry Ann Rockquemore: “Shut Up and Write”
“Connect with a writing group that meets your needs.”
Helen Sword: Part Three, “Social Habits,” in Air & Light & Time & Space: How Successful Academics Write
“Writing for Others,” “Writing with Others,” & “Writing among Others”
Dealing With Stress, Shame, & Anxiety
Sindhumathi Revuluri: “How to Overcome Impostor Syndrome”
Although I think many of its points are relevant to everybody, this book is geared towards a female audience—it focuses in part on issues that women deal with in a patriarchal society.
Charlotte Lieberman: “Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing to Do With Self-Control)” (NYTimes)