Sunday, June 2, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Linda Clare

Writers often feel uncomfortable writing in the first person "I" voice. Some English teacher from long ago taught them not to litter a page with the word "I." But there are ways to keep these "I"s minimal--and using DEEP POVwill help.

Writing Tip for Today: What is DEEP POV and how do you use it? Whether you write in first person or third person, deep POV brings the camera closer and lets your reader feel a part of the character's experience. Here are three simple steps to DEEP POV:


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Can You Legally Own a Twitter Hashtag?
  2. Amazon KDP Select: Is It Worthwhile for Authors? via @Janefriedman
  3. Three Easy Steps to Deep POV: @Lindasclare RT @elizabethscraig
  4. When Platform-Building Bites Back via @elizabethscraig
  5. What NOT to Do When Beginning Your Novel: Advice from Literary Agents
  6. Some Tips On Outlining For A Novel: A Guest Post by Rami Ungar
  7. 20 Tips To Kill The Distractions "...get back on track with finishing that book"
  8. When Adverbs Attack: Why “just,” “only,” and “simply” can be a writer’s nightmare
  9. Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts PLUS link to FREE romance ebook on Amazon 6/1-2! Pls RT
  10. Can Grammar Be Taught? via Daily Writing Tips
  11. How to trim the fat from your story: @NickThacker RT @elizabethscraig
  12. Building Sexual Tension via @RomanceUniv RT @janice_hardy:
  13. Each Writer Should Correct Their Own Grammar
  14. Real Life Diagnostics: An Opening in Third Person Omniscient and Present Tense. Does it Work? via @Janice_Hardy
  15. 7 Reasons You’re Not Selling Many Ebooks via @GoblinWriter
  16. Those Pesky Commas When and where do you put them?
  17. Prologue – Necessity or Frivolity?
  18. Literary Agent Misconceptions 

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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