Really good stuff this week my friends!! Tools, news, and spreadsheets. Don’t be afraid, because the spreadsheet does all the work. Now don’t be shy. Click away and have some fun!!
At Kathy Carmichael’s Romance, Mystery & Myhem site, there is a series entitled Rom Hands-on Synopsis Workshop & this post is entitled Fast, Easy, Painless: Writing the Short Synopsis Hands-On Workshop
Lisa Gardner’s site she has a Writer’s Toolbox with all kinds of good stuff
Over at Writer’s Unboxed, their tag line: about the craft and business of fiction. Twitter led me here, to an article by Therese Walsh, entitled Writing the Synopsis
Pinterest is in the news and not in a good way, but maybe not a bad way either, as long as you know. Josh Davis over at http://www.LLsocial.com provided two interesting posts this week, here is the first Pinterest is quietly generating revenue by modifying user submitted pins and here is the second, a follow-up: What was learned from the Pinterest link modification story.
This week from Writers In the Storm- Sharla Rae provided some great tools with Mining For Character Emotions
One of the coolest spreadsheets I’ve seen can be found through Jami Gold’s site this week in her post How to Use the “Save the Cat” Beat Sheet for Revisions