Sunday, December 2, 2012
Adapting Story Structure for Any Project
Why You Should Break the Writing Rules
Linked to by the previous post, I'd love to hear your thoughts on Fat Books Are Dead. Long Live Skinny.
How to Know It's Time to Shelve Your Novel
I'd like to see some of these: Blog Tour Ideas: The Scavenger Hunt by Fel Wetzig
Dragonfairy Press is accepting submissions for novels through the end of December.
Perfecting the Query Letter. Part 1 and Part 2
Found this gem via this post on Leisel's Musings on Fantasia blog. From Author To Entrepreneur: How to turn your knowledge into multimedia products
You should adopt the habit of checking out Martin Willoughby's weekly Friday Fun posts.
Character Movement and Fight Scenes
A Janet Reid post with a 24-karat gold nugget of truth to it.
I know, each week I reveal more and more nerdiness, but I just can't help myself. Spoiler alert! Star Trek Into Darkness Facts
If you're querying agents, you'd better read (the awesome!) Peggy Eddleman's post.
A whopper congratulations to all the NaNoWriMo participants! To those who reached (or exceeded) their 50,000 word goal. And to those who reached (or exceeded) their own self-determined goals. As writers, we all know that word count is crucial, but it's not the only measure of success.
I'm hoping one of my Blogger buddies can answer me this: How do I locate the blogs of those who have joined my blog, but whose blogs don't appear when I click their photo in the GFC widget? I've noticed that if the person comments, that hyperlink displays their profile and blog(s). But without a comment, I'm often unable--Google notwithstanding--to reciprocate the follow.