Between those I follow on Twitter and those I follow on blogs, I've been overwhelmed this week with all the amazingly awesome information.
These links are probably about 1% of what makes the rounds out there. The reason I choose them? Because they speak to me. Articles that typically speak to me are straight forward, concise and powerful. I hope these also speak to you.
- The Elements of Awe Part I, by Donald Maass at Writer Unboxed
This I posted about a month ago when I first read it. Loved it all over again when I reread
- The Elements of Awe Part II, by Donald Maass at Writer Unboxed
I love the way Maass puts powerful topics into a neat constructive little package
- Wielding Words With Wisdom, by Bonnie Grove at Novel Matters
- Top Ten Things I Know About Rewriting, by Alexandra Sokolof at Murderati
- 6 Questions to ask as You Write, by Chuck Wendig at TerribleMinds
If you don't mind irreverant (language, tone) there's great info to be had
- How Do Your Characters Fight? by Katie Ganshert
- Tips for Writing Compelling Imagery by Kathy Temeat
- Brick by Brick, by Allison Winn Scott at Writer Unboxed
- 10 Ways to Break Through Writers Block, Part I, by Justine Lee Musk at Tribal Writer
- 10 Ways to Break Through Writers Block, Part II, by Justine Lee Musk at Tribal Writer
- Moods and Writing, by Johne Cook at Author Culture
- The Tax Man Cometh, by Rachelle Gardner, Literary Agent at Rants and Ramblings
Timely, don't you think? Awesome information and suggestions!
- Key to Your Author's Platform, by Patrick Schulz at The Business of Writing
- Three Key Parts of an Author's Platform, by Justine Lee Musk at Tribal Writer
These two articles popped up in the same day I was discussing the topic with my 2009 GH Finalist sisters...figured the universe was talking to me and I'd better pay attention.
- Death of the Book Writer? AKA: How Technology Threatens Not Only Paperbacks but the People Who Pen Them, by Kim Hooper at The Writer's Inner Journey