Monday, April 13, 2015

Monday's Links to Writing & Marketing Blog Posts

By: Tal Valante

How intimately do you know the blank, virginal screen?

Do you have a love-hate relationship with it?

On the one hand are many writing options, waiting to unfold.

On the other, a dread of the unknown that freezes your fingers.

And always, that vast, nagging question: what shall I write about?

Take heart!

You’re surrounded by brilliant writing ideas waiting only for you to grab them and transform them into riveting pieces.

Whether you write a blog, fiction, or non-fiction, inspiration is all around you. Here are some ways to make your daily life an endless source of writing ideas.

1. Mix Up Topics

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Read the full article HERE!

If you missed my writing & marketing tweets and retweets yesterday, here they are again:
  1. Beware of the dreaded infodump. - Venture Galleries
  2. How to Create an Author Newsletter - She Writes
  3. The Four Most Important Things To Remember About Pacing - Writers Write
  4. 10 Tips To Get Your Profile Found On LinkedIn - Just Ask Kim
  5. How to Punch Up a Blurb or Query — Guest: Julie Glover | Jami Gold, Paranormal Author
  6. Writing Women Characters as Human Beings |
  7. How to Always Have a Bagful of Exciting Writing Ideas | Write to Done
  8. Instagram Post Notifications: This Week in Social Media | Social Media Examiner
  9. Attorney Helen Sedwick on Legal Issues for Book Authors | Ask the Agent
  10. "What should I send to my author e-mail list?" - Build Book Buzz
  11. Mobile-Friendly Websites | Advice for Authors Who Self-Publish
  12. A Look at Interactive Ebooks Interactive, multimedia ebooks are starting to gain some traction
  13. Pen Names—Necessary Evil or Ticket to Crazyville? | Kristen Lamb's Blog
  14. Fiction University: Cover Me, I'm Going Back: Tips on Writing Flashbacks
  15. Writer Unboxed » Are You Ignoring Your Best Ideas?
  16. The Structure of a Proper Client Proposal That Will Land You a Blogging Gig: @ProBlogger
  17. Non-Disclosure Agreements – Three Great Reasons You Should Use One
  18. How To Get Difficult Books Into The Media – Kobo Writing Life
Happy writing and running, Kathy 

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