Sunday, January 5, 2014

Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Jami Gold @jamigold

The writing community is fortunate to have many great resources. Based on things I learned from phenomenal teachers like Larry Brooks, Michael Hauge, and Martha Alderson, I developed these worksheets* to help all writers, from plotters to pantsers (those who write by the seat of their pants).

Let me know at my Contact page if there are other worksheets you’d like me to create. Sign up for my newsletter to receive my blog posts and hear about all additions I make to this page.

 * With the exception of the Save the Cat Beat Sheet, which was developed by Elizabeth Davis.

New to Beat Sheets? If you’re not familiar with beat sheets or how to use them, check out my Beat Sheets 101 post. I share MS Excel tips and explain how to read the columns and numbers. I also have a post with tips for how pantsers can use beat sheets too.

To read the rest of the post, click here.


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Crossing The Language Barrier – Is It Worth Translating Your Books | THE WRITERS' SHACK
  2. Email Matters  ..."treating every email with care, even the ones you dash off to your friends."
  3. These are excellent! Worksheets for Writers | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
  4. "...story structure lies at the core of our ability to tell a story."
  5. Why Story Structure Matters | Jami Gold
  6. The New Year for Ebooks | The Passive Voice |
  7. “Each scene must be a drama in itself” | Go Into The Story
  8. Working With An Editor On A Teen Novel, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  9. Why Sell Your Books From Your Own Website? | Savvy Writers & e-Books online
  10. 2014 Reboot: Shake Up Your Social Media – Work Smarter, Not Harder : @ProBlogger
  11. 3 Writing Tips You Can Steal From Animators
  12. Writer Unboxed » Anything for the Story: Tension
  13. 4 Branding Tips for Nonfiction Writers and Authors
  14. Write Better: How to Push Your Characters to Their Limits |
  15. Indie Authors Are Getting Clobbered by Big Name eBook Discounts - But Not For The Reason You Think
  16. Outlining A Story: When Advice Differs | Randy Susan Meyers
Happy writing & running, Kathy

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