Saturday, December 20, 2014

Saturday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: C. Hope Clark

In real life, hearing someone’s voice brings instant judgment in our inherent need to sift through what’s safe or dangerous, what’s fun or a hazard, what’s pleasing or disturbing. Regardless of how PC we try to be, we have an instinct that tells us to be wary before determining if this person is someone we trust.

Voice is distinct for a reason. Mother Nature, God, or whoever you give credit to creation, gave us all these senses to protect ourselves, but sometimes we underestimate the power of voice. We are often judged by voice.

As writers, we interpret voice in an assortment of ways the average person does not. As readers, we want voices to diversify but don’t want the distinction thrown in our face. Let’s look at the five lessons we can learn this week using the word VOICE.

Voice of the writer . . .

Read the full article HERE!


If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Become An Amazon Kindle Bestseller (with a book that takes 2 weeks to write)
  2. 5 Lessons Learned – The Word is “Voice” | Hope Clark
  3. Writing Faster... and keeping it okay — Jennifer Ellis - Writing
  4. Writer Wednesday: Report on Using Amazon’s Pre-Order Option for a Debut Author
  5. Writer Unboxed » Adding More White Space To Your Life
  6. Mistakes to avoid in Short Story Writing - Women Writers, Women's Books : Women Writers, Women's Books
  7. The Mystery of Mysteries: 10 Elements of the Caper Mystery -
  8. Author, Jody Hedlund: Why Writers Are Often Blind to Their Own Faults
  9. Fiction University: Best Non-Writing Tools for Writers
  10. 12 Digital Publishing Tools the Experts Recommend
  11. Children's Books Should Be Scary - The Atlantic
  12. One Book In Which Gender Doesn't Matter - BOOK RIOT
  13. If You Don't Own The Platform, You Don't Control It Either The Digital Reader
  14. Indie Authors Lost In The Haystack? - BookWorks | BookWorks
  15. Mythcreants » Establishing Important Characters
  16. [Infographic] Social media for authors: what to post & when to post it
  17. A Fun Exercise for Getting Out of a Writing Rut | Writers In The Storm
Happy writing and running, Kathy

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