Friday, August 2, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

The move continues today in the midst of Fifth Disease. If you have children, you’ve probably come across this before. The disease can also strike adults. I sent Ken a picture of the rash on my grandson’s face. He wrote back several minutes later with a probable diagnosis of Fifth Disease. When I told him later that the doctor confirmed the diagnosis, Ken patted himself on the back saying, “Not bad for an OB/GYN!”

My grandson cleaning

I’m off for another exciting day in NYC. Moving is the same everywhere! Oh, no internet access yet, so I’ll have to find a hotspot. Thank goodness there is a Starbucks on almost every corner. 

Happy writing & running, Kathy


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. The Kill Zone: A Key to Creating Conflict in Fiction
  2. 17 Euphemisms for Sex From the 1800s | The Passive Voice |
  4. Diana Peterfreund Blog | An Epidemic of Plagiarism in the Indie World
  5. 5 Tips for Navigating the Marketing Maze - Marcy Kennedy
  6. Plot Whisperer for Writers and Readers: How Much Backstory in the Beginning is Too Much and How Little is Too Little?
  7. But I Hate Writing the Synopsis - Books & Such Literary Agency : Books & Such Literary Agency
  8. The Other Side of the Story: I Have a Message for Ms. Reader: Are You Telegraphing Your Plot?
  9. Guest Post: Editing tips to improve your writing
  10. Write It Sideways — Writing advice from a fresh perspective: Tony Vanderwarker: How To Fail and Fail Again
  11. Freelance Writers Online | Starting a New Blog? Just Get It out There
  12. Timelines: Plotting
  13. The Millennial Method Of Publishing? Do-It-Yourself! | The Passive Voice |
  14. The Secret Reason Every Author Approaches Writing Differently | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  15. Seeking the Write Life: A Self-Publishing Journey: What Do I Do About Editing?
  16. Three Top Strategies to Guarantee Book Sales - The Savvy Book Marketer
  17. Wordplay: Helping Writers Become Authors: When Not to Give an Interesting Character a POV
  18. THE EDITOR DEVIL: Remember to Fact Check Story Details!


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