Thursday, October 10, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield

Tom Clancy, the insurance agent turned superpower thriller novelist, died yesterday at the age of 66, leaving behind a legacy that includes blockbuster books (over 100 million copies of his books in print), movies, even videos games. Although he didn’t set down a list of writing tips for posterity––or at least, if he did, it’s still stealthily unrevealed––through interviews and lectures Clancy offered advice that can be applied to any style of writing.

Tell the story.

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If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Blogging: Blogger Blogs & Email Subscriptions | Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors
  2. No-inventory publishing changes everything for everybody | The Passive Voice |
  3. Most Common Mistakes: Characters Who Lack Solid Story Goals - Helping Writers Become Authors
  4. Novel Rocket: Ten Steps to a Creating a Book Launch Team
  5. Showing vs. Telling: When Is Telling Okay? | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
  6. Anne R. Allen's Blog: The Writer's Toolbox #2: More Must-Have Tools for Writers
  7. Look Into the Future of Reading Through Young Eyes | Digital Book World
  8. Seeking the Write Life: Self-Editing #6 - Clean Up Crew: Punctuation
  9. Amazon Upgrades Whispersync to Offer Seamless Ebook to Audio Book Experience | Digital Book World
  10. Inspiration Days: Six Ideas for Writers | YA Muses
  11. Tom Clancy’s 5 big rules for writing and life -
  12. Lousy First Draft
  13. Need an Attitude Adjustment? Screenwriting Tips on How to Approach Your Work « nofilmschool
  14. If Your Mystery Needs Complexity | Mystery Writing is Murder
  15. Are You Writing in the Right Medium For You? | Just Effing Entertain Me
  16. 10 Techniques for More Precise Writing
  17. VQR » Blog » Is Self-Publishing the Most Important Transformation in the Publishing Industry?
  18. The Power of Sacred Time: The Writers Edition
  19. 3 Types of Awkward References to Numbers
  20. Why unsuccessful writers give the best advice -
  21. How to Craft Perfect Posts for Facebook, LinkedIn & Twitter [SlideShare] 

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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1 comment:

Tam Francis said...

Wow! So many great links! Thanks. I'm starting with the No Inventory one! I think it applies to me since I haven't published and am sitting on the fence about trad or self :)