Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Certain Type A personalities seem to thrive on overloaded lives, but most writers don’t.

Our best ideas – and energy to write about them – require some peace and quiet, some “down” time. To get that, we must rebuild margin into our lives.

Defining Margin

What exactly is margin? According to Richard Swenson M.D. author of Margin, “Margin is the space between our load and our limits. It is something held in reserve for unanticipated situations. It is the space between breathing freely and suffocating. Margin is the opposite of overload.”

Sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. To Survive as a Writer: Finding Margin
  2. Your Online Life is as Permanent as a Tattoo...
  3. When Readers Tell Authors Their Personal Stories
  4. How to add an Amazon Store to your Facebook Page
  5. 10 Mistakes That You Might Be Making On Twitter [INFOGRAPHIC]
  6. Traits of the Successful Author—Self-Discipline @KristinLambTX
  7. Heroes Should Ascend, Not Descend: @CockeyedCaravan RT @elizabethscraig
  8. Myths of Being a Published Writer: Part 2
  9. Notes From Tabor Lane: Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  10. Answers to Questions About Punctuation via Daily Writing Tips
  11. The 7 Basic Plots: Comedy via write_practice
  12. Top 5 Book Design Layout Errors Illustrated via @jfbookman
  13. The Non-Fiction Ebook Revolution
  14. Checklist For Determining If Your Book Is Ready to Fly - via @jodyHedlund
  15. The Newcomers Guide To Twitter Part 4: Finding Cool People, Brands & Accounts To Follow #New2 Twitter
  16. A Writer’s Guide To Email Marketing With Dan Blank via @thecreativepenn
  17. Pinterest Content Network to Bring More Pins to Brands
  18. How To Structure a Story Around a Large Problem, Step 6: Committing Creates Unexpected Conflict

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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