Friday, January 19, 2018

Seven Writing Links -- Volume 180

If you recall from last Friday's post: 

I've had good writing weeks before, but they were usually followed by a week or two of almost non-existent progress, mostly because I allowed myself to ease off the writing. But not this time! One of my resolutions this year is to keep pushing forward, no matter what. Wish me luck! 

Sigh... I'm already falling off the wagon.

Hides face in shame...

Well, that's not entirely true. I did write a fair amount over the three day weekend (we get MLK day off where I work), but I haven't touched my story since. Three days without writing isn't the most horrible thing, but that's only if I don't allow that behavior to drag on for another week or so. 

So I'm determined to work on my story tonight. No matter what! 

Enjoy the links and have a great weekend! 


The Long Con: Ten Things You Need to Know About Going to Conventions as a Writer

5 Key Ways to Balance Internal Monologue with Pitfalls to Avoid

Internal Monologue

How to think laterally about editor feedback

The One Thing That Will Kill Book Sales Dead—And 10 Ways to Avoid it.

5 Ways That Playing with Pricing Can Sell More Books

Blogging as a Writer


  1. Don't kick yourself. Just climb back on that wagon.

  2. I've gone 3 months which is even worse.

    Maybe you'll get a little done this weekend and be back on track.

  3. I think that's how things go--rises and falls. Here's to finding your next rise!

  4. You can do it! My writing goes in waves too. I just try to keep myself busy in other ways. Thanks for the links!