Monday, July 29, 2013

Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts PLUS Plotting Using a Storyboard

Storyboarding The Last MacKlenna
Today’s a travel day. I’m off to New York City for a couple of weeks to visit the grandkids while I wait patiently to hear back from beta readers. In the meantime, I’m plotting a short story that’s a prequel to The Ruby Brooch. 

Several months ago, I wrote a post about StoryboardingI'll be using the same process for a short story that I used for a 500+ page novel. Just scaled down a bit. 

I hope you have a great start to your week.

Happy writing & running,


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 50 Idioms About Legs, Feet, and Toes via Daily Writing Tips
  2. Why Stephen King Spends 'Months and Even Years' Writing Opening Sentences - Joe Fassler - The Atlantic
  3. The Only Advice You Need about Writing a Blog People Want to Read
  4. So you want to write time travel? – Kobo Writing Life
  5. Timelines: Plotting via Fiction Notes
  6. What You Shouldn’t Publish On Facebook | SociableBlog
  7. Is Pinterest Still Worth Your Company’s Time? | SociableBlog
  8. Smashwords Introduces Preorder Distribution | The Passive Voice |
  9. Writing Supporting Characters  | via Attacking the Page | Martial Arts & Action-Packed Fiction |     
  10. 25 Things You Should Know About Writing A Novel « terribleminds: chuck wendig
  11. MARKETING TIPS 4 #Authors - How to monitor hash tags and interactions - via @cliveeaton
  12. Anne R. Allen's Blog: The Writer's Toolbox: Must-Haves for Today's Author, with Links to FREE Downloads
  13. 19 Book Cover Clich├ęs: These crop up all the time.
  14. Jason Momoa’s Jaw-Dropping Q&A at Fandom Fest |
  15. Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: 5 Ways to Write a Killer Plot Twist
  16. Affordable book cover designers for self-published authors | Novel Girl
  17. How Booksellers Can Combat Showrooming - GalleyCat
  18. In Price War, Amazon Discounts Go Deeper Than Ever | The Passive Voice |


Check out these links to writing & marketing blog posts. Click to Tweet.

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