Friday, September 4, 2015

Seven Writing Links -- Volume 92

It was a surprisingly busy week for me, so my time to write dwindled to only a few minutes here and there. I understand life gets in the way of writing sometimes, but I look at the calendar and all I can see are rapidly approaching (self-imposed) deadlines.  I've already given up hope that I might actually make them and have moved on to just-how-badly-am-I-going-to-miss-them mode.

And as if I don't have enough on my plate, I find myself actually considering entering the Insecure Writer's Support Group Anthology Competition.  I've never written a short story before, and I haven't finished either of my regular length novels yet, so I can only assume I'm going insane.

Or maybe writing is slowly sapping away all my wisdom points.

Have a great weekend and enjoy the links


Opinion: What’s the point of an author website?

How I Hit #1 on Wattpad If you're at all interested in finding out how Wattpad might be useful to you, check out this link

Indie Publishing Paths: What’s Your Distribution Plan? Part One

How to Typeset a Novel in Microsoft Word

Your Book-Signing Cheat Sheet (or: How To Stay Sane While Everyone Seems To Ignore You)

Reviewing a Friend’s Book on Amazon?

When Should You Release a New Book?


  1. Go for it. A deadline only means you'll be real busy the night before!

    1. More like the month before, methinks. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. Love these links. Saves me time from searching them out!

  3. Give it a try, just remember shorts begin very close to the end of the tale. :-)

    Anna from Elements of Writing

  4. Insanity goes with the profession. We take it in stride the deeper we get. =)

  5. Great links, Ken. Thanks for sharing them.

  6. Great links, Ken. Thanks for sharing them.