Thursday, March 21, 2013

18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

4 Ways to Motivate Characters and Plot
Some of your characters will change during the course of your story—let’s call them changers. Others—stayers—will not change significantly in personality or outlook, but their motivations may nonetheless change as the story progresses from situation to situation. Both changers and stayers can have progressive motivations.
Confused? Don’t be; it’s simpler than it may seem. Characters come in four basic types:
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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 4 Ways to Motivate Characters and Plot by Nancy Kress
  2. Your Story Opening: Shock vs. Seduction via @JaneFriedman
  3. Goals! Are You Making Them Too Obvious? RT @janice_hardy
  4. Write Like a Lawyer: 5 Tips for Fiction Writers: @ChuckSambuchino
  5. Why One-Star Reviews Matter: @selfpubreview RT @elizabethscraig
  6. Chores, Sleeping, Sex – What Are YOU Sacrificing For Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC]
  7. 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  8. Marketing Tips 4 Authors: Should you judge a book by its cover? by @CliveEaton
  9. The Bookshelf Muse: Book Signings That WOW RT @Janice_Hardy
  10. The Quest for the Best Word Ever via Daily Writing Tips
  11. Marketing Tips for Authors: Sell more books with Createspace by @CliveEaton
  12. Narrative Arcs and Progressions via Fiction Notes
  13. 12 Basic Steps to Publishing through Create Space via @TeamMegaphone
  14. How Being Tired Can Make You a Better Writer via @KristenLambTX
  15. Be Your Own Book Doctor via @Janice_Hardy
  16. A Twitter Spring Cleaning Checklist Give your Twitter profile design a refresh . . .
  17. 26 Ways to Use Visuals in Your Social Media Marketing via @smexaminer
  18. Make a Living as a Writer – Part 1 via @RachelleGardner 

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Happy writing & running, Kathy

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