Sunday, November 23, 2014

Sunday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Victoria Grefer

I know it’s been a while since I’ve been able to post anything, so I figured, as I’m trying to make time to come back to blogging (and especially to working on my fiction) after starting a new teaching job, it made sense to focus on a topic that has really been on my mind this week and even for the last few months:

How do we make time to write when THERE IS NO TIME?

There are so many things that pull all writers in different directions. Some of us struggle with the stresses that come along with financial issues, or problems at work, or sick loved ones, or even personal illnesses.

So many of us have demanding jobs, especially in this economy which seems, in almost every industry, to have multiplied the demands made of workers who are, at the same time, experiencing hiring freezes and pay raise freezes at their companies.

So many have of us have young children, and thus not only the responsibility, but also the fruitful and loving joy of teaching and nurturing them, while we learn from them at the same time.

It’s easy–and some cases, justifiable and even necessary–to put writing on the back burner. It happens. I’m not talking here about situations where there is a moral responsibility to be focusing on other things.

I’m talking about those times when we are capable of making time to write, when nothing is holding us back, but it’s a difficult and daunting task to get organized. Here are some tips I have found to be helpful to me, personally.

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Read the full article HERE!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Technical Writing: A Viable Career (Or Sideline) Option for Writers - WRITERS HELPING WRITERSWRITERS HELPING WRITERS
  2. Writers On The Move: Your Author's Photo - 7 Tips to Getting it Right
  3. Story Structure for Dummies -
  4. Writers: How To Let Go Of The Pressure To Be Perfect - Writer's Relief, Inc.
  5. Novels aren’t movie scripts: how to write great dialogue in prose | Nail Your Novel
  6. What has built your confidence as a writer? - Books & Such Literary Management : Books & Such Literary Management
  7. Growing Readership By "Lighting Up Your Writing" | Bestseller Labs
  8. An Came First Daily Writing Tips
  9. How to make time to write when there is no time | Creative Writing with the Crimson League
  10. Best time to launch a book | Self-Publishing Advice
  11. Nook Returns to Audiobooks | Digital Book World
  12. Indie Publishing: Our Dirty Little Secret | Celebrating Independent Authors
  13. Kindle Unlimited Trends | chrismcmullen
  14. Book marketing | 151 must visit writing websites
  15. Writability: Why Critiquing Others Helps You
  16. Keep On Writing | Ingrid's Notes
  17. Writer Unboxed » Foolproof Strategies for Staying Creative During a Writing Slump
  18. Amageddon': How Amazon’s culture is taking a toll on Seattle’s future | The Passive Voice |
Happy running and writing, Kathy 

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