Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Today's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

Instead of running in Central Park today, I ran down to the 911 Memorial. I’ve spent so much time in the city, but have never been to see it. Awesome. Incredible. So glad I went. If you get to NYC, be sure to put the memorial on your list of places to visit. The new museum opens in the spring of 2014.

New Museum to open in the spring of 2014

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. 4 Facebook Status Updates to Encourage Photo Comments — socialmouths http://ow.ly/noSUw
  2. What Blog Design Works Best For You? http://ow.ly/noSXm
  3. How NOT to Write An Antagonist: A Creative Writing Cautionary Tale http://ow.ly/noT50
  4. How to Create an Audio Product to Sell on Your Blog http://ow.ly/noTqM
  5. Digital Publishing is about Publishing eBooks and Soooooo Much More | http://ow.ly/noTtX
  6. What to Do When Your Story Idea Gets Swiped http://ow.ly/noTze
  7. 5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Editing Experience | The Creative Penn http://ow.ly/noTJV
  8. Three Top Strategies to Guarantee Book Sales - The Savvy Book Marketer http://ow.ly/noTNr
  9. Between the Lines: Edits and Everything Else: It’s Not You—Rough Drafts Suck http://ow.ly/noTXg
  10. How I Do It. Top Tips From Top Indie Authors. Hugh Howey. | Self-Publishing Advice http://ow.ly/nqVqe
  11. 3 More Sentences with Dangling Modifiers http://ow.ly/nqVwG
  12. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest – Social Media Photo Facts [INFOGRAPHIC] - AllTwitter http://ow.ly/nr3Bw
  13. Character and Series Backstory and the Traditional Mystery | Mystery Writing is Murder http://ow.ly/nraKW via @elizabethscraig
  14. Leave the Breadcrumbs Behind: Are You Asking -- and Answering -- the Right Story Questions? http://ow.ly/nraYG
  15. Dream sequences in novels—when and how can they be effective? | Phil Partington, author page http://ow.ly/nrb6J
  16. Caroline Finnerty on The Midlife Crisis of Novel Writing | Writing.ie http://ow.ly/nrbe3
  17. What is an “Echo?” Tips To Axe These Repeat Offenders | Writers In The Storm Blog http://ow.ly/nrbkB
  18. How to pace a story so that it hooks the reader | Nail Your Novel http://ow.ly/nrbvg

 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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