Sunday, January 27, 2013

Sunday Surfing

How To: Create Your Own Audiobook

The Over-doer's Editing Checklist: Structure and Point of View

5 Elements of Story Structure

5 Blogging Rules Authors Can Ignore…and 5 You Can’t

Interesting info-graphic on setting goals

A most enlightening article: When You Have Editorial Differences

7 Libraries Of Sensational Photographs You Can Use For Free


18 comments:

  1. Uck, I'd never want to listen to myself for the hours it'd take to read one of my books. That's the kind of thing best left to professionals.

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    1. That's a valid point. I cringe every time I hear a recording of my voice. I can't imagine listening to myself reading all thirty-six chapters. :-)

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  2. I did attend school this morning despite being indisposed. What do you know? Probably ready to learn again.

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  3. Read Anne's blogging rules last week - good stuff!

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  4. You've got some interesting links up there, thanks for sharing. I'm off to check out the blogging rules... (:

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  5. The article on editorial differences WAS enlightening. Thanks for posting these links. :)

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    1. You're quite welcome, Melissa. I try to find some good ones each week.

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  6. So interesting to see Rachelle's take on blogging shift.

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    1. I'm glad you found a link you liked. I try for a bit of variety whenever possible. So much good stuff out there. So little time to sift through it all. ;-)

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  7. Thanks for all the great links!

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  8. Thanks for the links. I'll check them out.

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  9. Awesome links! I'm currently browsing through them. I especially like the "7 Libraries of Sensational Photographs" one. I was already aware of a couple of the places listed in that post, but not all. As someone who often needs reference pics while drawing, it's nice to know of a few other photo places to turn to!

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    1. I figured bloggers would find that link useful, but I didn't even think about artists finding it useful too. Double cool!

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