Saturday, April 6, 2013

18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

“Stay Turned For Our Next Episode . . .” or Not.

By Larry Brooks via @StoryFix

You’re heard me rail and wail about episodic storytelling.  

I’ve called it toxic, referred to it as a dreaded story-killer.

Still think that, by the way.  But what the heck IS it?

The differentiation between what is episodic and what is not is thin and in constant motion.  It is made all the more complicated and obscured by the fact that, in any good story, there is indeed “stuff that happens” along the way… stuff that actually looks, smells and plays just like the very episodic context I’m preaching against.

Confusion becomes paradoxical.  But there’s a rule of thumb that helps: do you have a compelling CONCEPT in play?

Click here to read the complete article (see #1 below) 


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. “Stay Tuned For Our Next Episode…” or Not. via @StoryFix
  2. Low quality content and Google penalties via @madeleindasilva
  3. 5 Cases of Faulty Parallelism via Daily Writing Tips
  4. When Visibility Doesn’t Lead To Book Sales
  5. What Facebook’s New Feed Will Mean For Authors via @AuthorMedia
  6. What to Include in a Query Letter | The Editor's Blog via @Janice_Hardy | Get to Know Your Characters via The Editor's Blog
  7. Self-publishing is the future — and great for writers: @Salon @hughhowey RT @elizabethscraig
  8. Notes from Tabor Lane: 18 Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  9. Ten Secrets To Write Better Stories via @write_practice
  10. The Perfectly Balanced Story: @mooderino RT @elizabethscraig:
  11. 10 Dirty Fighting Tricks to Spice Up Your Fight Scenes: @ajackwriting RT @elizabethscraig
  12. How to Use Twitter to Supercharge Your Book Launch via @AuthorMedia
  13. Differentiating Through Dialogue What they say, not just how RT @evelyn_puerto
  14. The Best Advice on Plotting I've Ever Heard: Two Tips That Will Make Plotting Easier
  15. via @Janice_Hardy
  16. Les Edgerton Shows How to Write Amazing Dialogue RT @evelyn_puerto
  17. Where Can Authors Advertise for the B&N, Apple, and Kobo Stores? via @GoblinWriter
  18. Social Media Marketing Lessons from 2013 (So Far) 

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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