Tuesday, February 19, 2013

17 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

The Tabor Lane Spotlight Shines On the Following Authors

Melissa Keir @melissa_keir
Rosalie Ash @RosalieAsh
Rebecca Scarberry @Scarberryfields

I hope you’ll visit their websites and follow them on Twitter.


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Dwight V Swain On How To Write A Novel http://ow.ly/hNvtP
  2. How much internalized self-awareness does a character need? http://t.co/lBJ2OFQZ @JulietteWade RT @elizabethscraig
  3. How to come up with blog topics – http://ow.ly/hu6ic via @evelyn_puerto
  4. Give Yourself A Creative Retreat http://ow.ly/hNvLr  Using Google + Hangout via @susankayequinn What a fantastic idea!!
  5. 25 pieces of advice for aspiring writers http://ow.ly/hNvVu via @ajackwriting
  6. Too Many Rules, Too Little Romance http://ow.ly/hNw0w via @dearauthor
  7. Writing an Outline http://ow.ly/hNwbk via @writerunboxed
  8. Feeling Overwhelmed? Social Media Can Make Us Crazy http://ow.ly/hNwfb via @KristenLambTX
  9. How to Create a Surefire Awesome Setting http://t.co/SdjLIVyx @KMWeiland RT @janice_hardy
  10. Three Ways to Ground Readers in Your World http://ow.ly/hOata by @Janice_Hardy
  11. 17 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts http://ow.ly/hOsAA
  12. 5 TIPS TO KDP SELECT http://ow.ly/hOKJW via @steenaholmes
  13. Anatomy of a First Chapter: Make Your Beginning Count http://ow.ly/hOMSI via @BTMargins
  14. The good things about the worst part of writing: EDITING http://t.co/HGcKFGgn via @vgrefer RT @janice_hardy
  15. An agent answers: "What do you expect of your clients? What do you do for your clients" http://t.co/HoQojXnS @MacGregorLit @elizabethscraig
  16. 3 Types of “Not Only . . . But Also” Errors http://ow.ly/hONC9 via Daily Writing Tips
  17. How to Build Powerful In-Person Networks From Your Social Contacts http://ow.ly/hOP61 via @smexaminer

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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