Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Today, I just wanted to share my blessings -- my grandchildren 

Meredith, Lincoln, Charlotte, James & Henry


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Get Me Writing » 5 Interactive Fiction Authoring Tools http://ow.ly/nb2Xa
  2. Twenty five tips for handling multiple writing projects | Andrew Jack Writing http://ow.ly/nb2Z4
  3. Is Your Blog an Accurate Reflection? - Books & Such Literary Agency : Books & Such Literary Agency http://ow.ly/nb31e
  4. Author, Jody Hedlund: Are Reviews TOO Subjective to be Worthwhile? http://ow.ly/nb37x
  5. How to Identify People by Name http://ow.ly/nb39x
  6. How To Write Your Best Post Ever - Part 1: Planning | Write to Done http://ow.ly/nb3c0
  7. Nick's Writing Blog: Who, Whom, Whoever, Whomever - How to Decide Which is Right! http://ow.ly/nb3dL
  8. Avoid Repeaters Like These | http://ow.ly/nb3fa
  9. Seeking the Write Life: Going Overboard (and a Self-Editing Life Preserver) http://ow.ly/nb3h2
  10. What Inspires Creativity? – 8 Methods to Summon Your Muse | Jan Moran http://ow.ly/nb3tM
  11. The Kill Zone: Finding Your Writer's Voice http://ow.ly/nb3xZ by @jamesscottbell 
  12. Pick 'n' mix for a sweet content strategy | ContentPlus http://ow.ly/nbReU
  13. How to pace a story so that it hooks the reader | Nail Your Novel http://ow.ly/ncwsY
  14. The Other Side of the Story: Send up the (Red) Flag: Telling Words That Often Spell Trouble http://ow.ly/ncwAV via @janice_hardy
  15. Is Blogging Worth the Time and Effort? | fcmalby http://ow.ly/ncwTF
  16. Placing Setting Details for Best Effect-- The Danger of Frontloading Your Story with Description http://ow.ly/ncxeK
  17. Courage to Write – Tips From an Anxious Bestselling Author : Quips and Tips for Successful Writers http://ow.ly/ncxwg
  18. The Other Side of the Story: 10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Setting http://ow.ly/ncx0I 

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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