Recently I’ve come across some wonderful articles on the writing blog above. I discuss them in detail below.
Don’t forget to check out this latest issue of the WOW! online magazine listed above. I need to spend some time there myself. There is always something useful – or at least thought-provoking.
Anne Greenawalt’s blog post discussing Goodreads as the social network for avid readers and writers is informative. I couldn’t agree with her more. My problem is this: I like being an early adopter. As an early adopter, you never know which site will dominate. As a result, I neglected Goodreads. It is time for me to go back! I like the changes I’ve noticed thus far.
I’d also like to recommend LibraryThing | Catalog your books online. It is yet another way to connect to a potential audience, make friends, and learn about that wonderful author and/or book you didn’t even know existed.
I’ll be referring to this post for some time. It includes several publications that I need to research. The list is broad enough that most writers shouldn’t have a difficult time finding at least one publication to query.
I love to read and write due to plot twists. It is that simple and that complex. This post does a good job of pointing out that reading and writing would be incredibly boring and predictable without plot twists. Writing would be much easier and entirely less satisfying creatively.
I love genealogy and I love writing. What could be more appealing than the idea of having a writer in the family tree? Which authors inspire you?