Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By Chuck Sambuchino via Writer’s Digest

People ask me – you’ve got a child, a job, a commute, a house to run. How do you fit it all in? Well, to start with, all that stuff about scheduling my day, setting aside proper writing time, settling myself into a solid routine? Forget it.

That’s all shiny and fine if you’ve the time and the space. If you’ve got the job, and the family and the multipack of other fun responsibilities, you know it doesn’t work like that. However good your intentions, it’ll get messed up within three days of that nice chart thing that you’ve pinned to your fridge. That’s just how life works. So:

1. Master the art of snap-writing…


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
How Do You Find the Time to Write? 6 Tips for Moms (And Everyone Else, Too) http://ow.ly/m6268
Kill your darlings: http://t.co/DAL4s76aZV @melissadonovan RT @elizabethscraig
The Only Two Writing Tips You’ll Ever Need http://ow.ly/m63z8
The Secret Way to Find a Literary Agent http://ow.ly/m63J6
The Alphabet in Crime Fiction: Jail http://ow.ly/m63ZP
How to Lengthen Your Nonfiction Book When You Feel Like You've Said Everything  http://ow.ly/m646E
5 Things Indie Authors Do Very Well http://ow.ly/m64b0
How Many Books Would You Have To Write To Quit Your Job? http://ow.ly/m64g9 via @WoodwardKaren
Notes From Tabor Lane: Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts http://ow.ly/m65Os
Writing for the Web http://ow.ly/m6cbC via Daily Writing Tips
How to Connect With More Readers in Just 5 Minutes http://ow.ly/m6LUm via @JaneFriedman
10 Hidden Gifts of Rejection Letters http://ow.ly/m76Z4
The Joy of Editing: http://t.co/XgHW08uPB1 RT @elizabethscraig
An Author's Complete Guide to Using Goodreads, Part II: Psychology http://ow.ly/m78Ua
How to Write Characters Who Don't Sound Like You http://ow.ly/m792i via @Janice__hardy
Stop Writing Your Book! (in long stretches, that is) http://ow.ly/m79uW
Writing Tip: Know Your Character Truths http://ow.ly/m79Ex
How To Structure a Story Around a Large Problem, Step 10: The Hero Tries the Hard Way http://ow.ly/m7a0d 
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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