Thursday, June 13, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

And now that we’ve plotted wrongcharacterized wrong, and written wrong. . .let’s talk about how to sit down with that baby and revise it wrong.

  1. Be obsessed with letting your language ‘breathe’

This is code for: “Be unwilling to revise anything but inexcusable errors and typos.” This is because you must trust, you must trust in the process (didn’t your Discount Life Coach tell you that only last week?), you must understand that those words in that order in those sentences came out of you by Divine Inspiration and cannot be tampered with without losing their ‘freshness’ and ’spark.’

‘Freshness’ and ’spark’ being code for: “Accidentally getting it right.” Because you don’t actually have a clue what you’re doing.


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Bad Revision, in 3 Easy Steps: @VictoriaMixon RT @elizabethscraig:
  2. Build a better blog: Resources to start with
  3. 5 Common Synopsis Mistakes That Fiction Writers Make
  4. Writing Resources: No Plot? No Problem! via @melissadonovan
  5. Vine Surpasses Instagram In Twitter Shares
  6. 5 Creative Ways to Drive More Traffic to Your Blog Posts via smexaminer
  7. The Power of the Double-Whammy Headline: How to Increase the Chances of Your Content Being Read via @copyblogger
  8. Character Archetypes 101: The Jester
  9. Notes From Tabor Lane: Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts
  10. Confusion of Subjective and Objective Pronouns via Daily Writing Tips
  11. The Secret Weapon of Story Physics: Narrative Strategy via @storyfix
  12. How to Identify and Remove Trivial Detail From Your Stories
  13. Energize your writing with verbs: @write_practice RT @elizabethscraig
  14. Is Your Story Suffering From the Montage Effect? via @KMWeiland
  15. How to Stay Noticed via Writer Unboxed
  16. Author Blogging 101: How Long Should Your Blog Posts Be? via @jfbookman
  17. Authors are demanding higher payments from publishers for their works to be lent by libraries as e-books  
  18. Drowning In Data – How Can Businesses Stay Afloat In The Sea Of Social Media? [INFOGRAPHIC] 

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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