Monday, January 14, 2013

18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts You Might Find Helpful

Don’t you love Mondays? I do. A new week to enjoy and new goals to set. I’m not sure I accomplished all I intended to last week, but it ended on a high note anyway. If you didn’t get a chance to read Bart Cleveland’s 4 branding tips yesterday, be sure to read the post.  

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 7 Creative Writing Tips for Increasing Productivity
  2. How to strengthen a story idea
  3. Ten Techniques for Getting Tension on Every Page via @JodyHedlund
  4. 4 Tips for Creating an Author Brand by @BartCleveland
  5. To be more creative, mix up your work  @tannerc RT @elizabethscraig Good suggestions to improve your craft
  6. E-books: Why Self-Publishing Will Be Preferred by Readers via @Wiseink RT @Janice_Hardy
  7. Do I Have to Kill My Darlings? 5 Self-editing Steps You MUST Take Before an Editor or Agent
  8. How to Creatively Market Your E-Book: An Interview with Author Julia Tagliere
  9. 7 Essential Elements of Scene + Scene Structure Exercise | Jane Friedman   RT @EricStoffle
  10. Your Clutter Is Killing Your Creativity (And What to Do About It) via @jeffgoins
  11. What to Do When Your Creative Writing Hits a Brick Wall
  12. Working with Your Contest Results... I've used contest judges as teachers. Great experience.
  13. 3 Vs of Fiction: Vulnerability via @FictionNotes
  14. Structuring Your Scenes, Pt. 6: Variations on the Scene via @KMWeiland
  15. What Is Content Marketing, and Why Does Your Business Need It?
  16. 3 StoryTelling Tips from "Breaking Bad" Creator Vince Gilligan Let characters take risks & veer off the obvious path
  17. Facebook Offers Admins The Ability To Promote Page, Get More Likes
  18. Resolve to Tweet Better in 2013 via @writerunboxed

I’m always looking for great content to share. If you have a writing and/or marketing blog, or have a favorite that you visit often, please leave a link in the comment section. Thanks for stopping by.

Happy writing & running, Kathy

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