I’ve gathered a little bit of this and a little bit of that this week. Hope everyone finds something.
One of my fav reviewing sites, Delighted Reader, is taking applications!! Check it out: Taking applications for reviewers!
Systematic Revisions (redux) from Sierra Godfrey
Over at Anne R. Allen’s Blog: When Should an Author Hire an Editor? How to Avoid Scams
Freshen up on word confusion with Julie Glover this week and her post Miss Spelling Returns: Words that Get Confused
Toni Kelly at Nights of Passion is back this week with Promotion: Stage 2
Love Kristen Lamb, you know that, right? When Jacqui Murray mentions Kristen in her Write Anything post How to do Social Media Right I had to click through and it was excellent food for thought.
Roni Loren asked this week: Are You Hiding Behind a Wall on Your Blog? she provides examples AND solutions
Scott Eagan lists the points that need to be caught in the troubling blurb paragraph: Your Story Blurb Has To Be Precise – Rejections Come When These Aren’t
I enjoyed Lydia Sharp’s post this week about The Secret Plot immensely, must read for plotters!!
Janice Hardy from The Other Side of the Story provided: What’s My Motivation? Tips on Showing Character Motivations
Jenny Hansen’s blog had Margie Lawson this week for #Writing 50,000 Inimitable Smiles by Margie Lawson
Janice Hardy from The Other Side of the Story also provided: The Literary Tour Guide: How Much do you Need to Describe Your Setting?
Everyone needs a good laugh
Still laughing my ass off about this one, thank you Jenny: The Almost X-Rated Garage Sale