I’m going on vacation and I can not wait!! I’ll be missing a couple of Six Sundays, everyone needs a vacation every now and again, but I’m still sad to miss out on the fun. One thing I will NOT be taking a vacation from is all the blog reading. This week was freakin fantastic, lots of good stuff below: recipes, craft help, quick tips, my own links & a vid from the super awesome Dave Grohl
So many good things all in one place: gluten free recipes, a Dirty Fighting contest reminder and tons of great links from NakedEditor Tiffany Lawson Inman all from Jenny Hansen’s blog post #ROW80 Update: Life Without Gluten. Jenny also posted a keep at Writers In The Storm: Using The 12 Stages of Physical Intimacy To Build Tension In Your Fiction
Sharla Rae also over at Writers In The Storm this week posted Place Descriptions – Part 2: Waterways
I spend time on social media, a little bit everyday, but my main focus right now is my craft and actually writing. Couple of great posts this week from Bob Mayer THE Secret Handshake of Successful Digital Publishing and from Gabrielle Bisset What Counts.
Lydia Sharp provided a Quick Tip at The Sharp Angel, this might become a weekly or even daily habit to keep my mind open and flowing with ideas
Love finding new blogs to follow, Jane Friedman provided this advice: How to Identify Top Websites & Blogs in Your Category
I’m still reading James Scott Bell’s Plot & Structure, but I’m already looking for my next read. Thanks Roni Loren for providing Twelve Writer Woes and the Books to Cure Them
Jason Boog over at GalleyCat provided a cool tool in How to Check Your Grammar Online
Janice Hardy at The Other Side of the Story provided a plotting idea: Being Evil: Plotting From the Antagonist’s Perspective
I’ve forgotten to list here items I’ve posted, silly S. J. Last week I posted here Is it time for swim class?. Each week I also blog over at Simply Sidney & this week I posted Scale Day v36.0 and Homemade Taco Seasoning
As writers (yes, I’m including myself in that group *BigGrin*) we know NOT to bore our reader and to keep our story moving FORWARD. Apparently the same is true for song writers. Here’s a lesson from Dave Grohl on how to write a hit song, and that’s Kyle Gass from the band Tenacious D!!
Thanks for stopping by today, see you guys next Saturday for a whole new round of finds