Monday, October 28, 2013

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

I’ve been working on the storyboard for THE SAPPHIRE BROOCH, a time travel romance. As you can see, Act 2-2 and Act 3 looked a bit slim.  I know what is going to happen, but I don’t have a list of scenes yet. For more on storyboarding, click here.

NaNoWriMo starts Friday. I’ll be ready!

The Sapphire Brooch Storyboard

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again: 
  1. Cover Conferences | Mystery Writing is Murder
  2. Use ARCs to Create a Buzz Before You Launch Your Book - BLOG - Stories To Tell Books
  3. How to get bloggers to review your book: A very thorough answer to an important question | Novel Publicity
  4. Getting to the Core Idea in Your Novel | Live Write Thrive
  5. Common Writing Mistakes to Avoid « Writerland
  6. Literature -- Analyzing Theme
  7. The Creative Penn Blog: Helping you write, publish and market your book | The Creative Penn
  8. The Single Most Powerful Writing Tool You’ll Ever See That Fits On One Page
  9. YA Stands: First Manuscripts: Self-Publish or Keep Going?
  10. Covers, Formatting, and Trailers…OH MY! The Making of a Novel. | Novel Publicity 
  11. 3 Signs You Should Give Up on Your Story - Helping Writers Become Authors
  12. Teaching Tuesday: Setting | Cathy Day
  13. The Daring Novelist: Alpha Dogs - Agents and Rogues
  14. The Writing Bug: Writing Through Depression
  15. The 5 Keys to Being Unstoppable in Your Screenwriting Career
  16. How to Kill the Inner Critic Inside Your Mind | Men with Pens
  17. Words and Such: 22 Rules to Phenomenal Storytelling, by Emma Coates
  18. Susan Kaye Quinn, Young Adult Author: Ch 5.5 Formatting: The iTunes
  19. Talking Heads, Hearing Voices and the Disappearing Narrator | LitReactor
  20. How Do You Write? The Answers of Notable Screenwriters May Help Your Process « nofilmschool
  21. Writer Unboxed » How to Please Your Editor—Without Losing Yourself
  22. 3 Simple Tips for Finding Your Story »
  23. The Other Side of the Story: Real Life Diagnostics: Testing Clarity and Wordiness in an Opening Scene

Happy writing & running, Kathy


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