Friday, April 25, 2014

Friday Links -- Volume 27

Last weekend left me feeling kind of lazy, so I didn't get as much writing done this week as I might have hoped.   Sometimes it's good to sit back and recharge.  Still, I'm hoping I'll feel guilty enough this weekend to jump back into my stories with a vengeance.

As always, enjoy the links and have a great weekend!
Chemist Ken

Parts of Story: How Setting Can Help Bring Characters To Life

Ack! Queries! Part 2 – Elements of a Successful Query

Using A Crowd To Create Tension In Your Story

Starting the Story “In the Action”—Understanding “In Medias Res”

What Killed It For Me, #7: Issues with Sequels

How to Write Blog Content: 9 Tips to Entice Readers to Your Author Blog

How to Create a Print Book

Blogging: Tips, Tricks, and Knowing Your Goals



8 comments:

  1. I can always use help with setting. Not my strong suit.

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  2. I'll be talking about my struggles with setting in a post next week. Sounds like we could all use some help.

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  3. I also have a terrible time with setting, one of the hardest aspects of writing for me.
    Hope you have a productive weekend! :)

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    1. I just realized I will be spending most of Saturday with my daughter at a forensics competition. I'll have to do all my writing at night. Thanks for the comment.

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  4. Thanks for the links. The query one is very helpful since I'll be doing that very soon. Have a great weekend! :)

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  5. Some of those links might help us set up our Wordpress blogs to attract more followers who'll like what we post. Forensics competition? I didn't know they had such a thing. But what I really came to say is that I recruited another reader/reviewer to help with my TBR pile so maybe I'll get to write something soon.

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  6. Yikes! There's just too much awesomeness in this post. What's a girl to do? Guess I better get reading, eh?

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  7. These are great links! I don't know where to begin! Maybe I'll start with queries and then hop on over to blog content....Awesomeness!! :)

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