It's been a busy week. I submitted another chapter to my critique group, gave a presentation at work, and my son graduated from middle school. Thank goodness that's all finished! Let the summer begin.
Of course, all these activities meant I didn't get around to posting this week's links until Friday afternoon, but such is life.
You'll notice that a couple of the links have to do with setting descriptions, a topic I've been poking at for the last couple of weeks. Karma,
Either way, be sure to check out my Wednesday post where I discuss the release of Angela Ackerman's and Becca Puglisi's new books, The Urban Settings
Thesaurus and The Rural Settings Thesaurus. And don't forget to enter their contest.
Anyway, I've off to enjoy a well deserved weekend. Have a great weekend and enjoy the links!
How to Finish Your Book in Three Drafts
In my case, it's more like 300.
5 Tips for Empowering Description with
How To Deliver Critical Backstory Using The
Laying Track: Tracking Ebook Links on Google
Double Jeopardy: Hooking the Reader's Brains and Heart
Grab Readers With a Multi-Faceted Characteristic Moment
Can YOU Create the Perfect Ebook Cover?