Yesterday was not a good day for me.
For no apparent reason, my Achilles tendon suddenly started hurting and I hobbled around all day. Then I read the
first chapter of a book written by an author friend of mine and found myself wishing I could write as well and as quickly as they seem to be able to do. Then I
reread the chapter I'll be submitting to my crit group on Monday and was stunned and depressed by how much more work it needs. I went to bed
early last night.
Today is totally different. It's Friday, my ankle barely hurts, and I'm all ready to jump back into my manuscript and do whatever it takes to make it shine. It's amazing what a
little time and sleep can do for you.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the links!
Short Stories And Their Structure
Now that the theme for the IWSG anthology has been announced, perhaps it's the perfect time for this article.
Selling Books on Social Media: 4 Steps to Less Wasted Time
The Only 5 Ingredients You Need for Story Subtext
Want to Make Revisions Easier? Create an Editorial Map
Does FB Sell Books & Do Writers Need a
Facebook Fan Page?
3 Ways To Use The Setting To Steer Your Story’s Plot
Query Letters Part 2: The Extras