Friday, November 7, 2014

Friday Links -- Volume 52

It's Friday again, and this week I'm not sleep-deprived from working on costumes.  Does this mean I'll get any more writing done this weekend?  Hmmm.....

While cold, dark nights are great for putting me into the mood for writing fantasy stories, they're also great for making me want to curl up in bed and read my Kindle.  I never know which way I'll go on the weekend.

And for those of you who have taken time out from NaNoWriMo to read this post, I hope you enjoy the writing links.

Have a great weekend!


Basics of Print Interior Design

Sometimes You Gotta Suck It UpAnd Write the Darn Outline

Writing Successful Fiction: When What You Don’t Know Trumps What You Do Know

7 Tension-Building Tips for Writing Action Scenes

Scene Breaks: Why Your Story May Not Have Enough of Them

Nanowrimo: Act One questions and prompts

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  1. Last one made me chuckle.
    Whichever you do, hope you enjoy your weekend!

  2. The last one was actually a good article.
    Have a good weekend, Ken. :)

  3. Thanks, Ken! I bookmarked a few of these to share in my upcoming writing class! Yay!

  4. Awesome links. Thanks! I just want to curl up in bed with my Kindle too. Have a wonderful week. :)

  5. Your links are the best! And I want to know which won out… the reading or writing… ??? ;)

  6. As always I'm glad I dropped by. And my NaNo fingers are glad too. Have a great week :-)

    Anna from Shout with Emaginette

  7. I find the colder months to be more productive writing months for me as well. Someone should put a study together. :)

  8. I hope you got some awesome writing done. I wanted to do some of that last night, but my sick little girl curled up in my lap and asked me to watch a TV show with her. How do you compete with that? =)

    Unleashing the Dreamworld

  9. Yep, when the weather gets gross, I do get more productive. Oh, and I read a lot, too :)

  10. Very cool post. I'm checking out a few of those links. Happy NaNoWriMoing!