All kinds of good stuff this week, a whole truck full. I even got some funny at the end. Lastly, please, oh please, don’t forget about Mother’s Day tomorrow.
Rachelle Gardner 9 Ways to Outwit Writer’s Block
Sarah Baughman posted last week at Write it Sideways: Working Past Wordiness For Fresher Writing
When Margie Lawson is at Writers in the Storm I get excited and yesterday is a perfect example of why: Smart Writers Expand Time – From Margie Lawson! Power words, visceral responses and time. Oh, my! Fantastic post.
Alex O’Hurley wrote a great post this week about How to Write a Bad Review
Laura Drake posted at Writers in The Story this week regarding 10 Tips for a DIY Author Website. If you haven’t created your site yet check out this post and get to it. If you have a site I still suggest checking it out. You might pick-up something new.
Mary Keeley at Books & Such posted What an Agent Evaluates During a Prospective Client Interview. Fingers crossed I can put this information into action one day. There is a great suggestion in there for you and your crit group too.
Suzanne Rock over at Romance on a Budget explained the differences between your Facebook personal (friend) page and your Facebook fan (like) page Budget Marketing: Facebook Fan Page vs. Personal Page
Rachel Kent at Books & Such posted Why Do Readers Connect with You Online?<–interesting
Lynnette Labelle gave us The Three-Act Structure – Part 3 this week. Perfect timing Lynnette, I’m working on an Act III this week.
Music from Jeff
This week, Jeff has brought us something funny. I know you wont care about the bad language because it’s Tenacious D.