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Writer's Welcome WagonPassive Productive: It’s Good to be Lazy, says 17-Year-Old Kid: The Digital Reader: France Plans to Digitize & Sell Out of Print Books, Including Works by Ellison, Silverberg, Le Guin, & More: [Another interesting article. Not only France seems to be having trouble easing into ebooks, but this move, being done by a government institution, might be unconstitutional.] Author Media: 100 Things for Authors To Tweet About: The Renegade Writer: How to Get Editors to Break Their Own Rules -- and Be Glad They Did: Veronica Sicoe: Triggers And Taboos In Fiction: Don't pet me, I'm writing: Lessons in romance writing, courtesy of a 7yo: Ksenia Anske: Naming Your Novel:
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Writer's Welcome WagonWriter Unboxed: Put That Banjo Down: AndiLit Mad Men: Social Critique or Entertainment? Utterances of an Overcrowded Mind: An Hour A Day - Setting Time Aside To Write: YA Highway: A Different Kind of Romantic Gesture:
Writer's Welcome WagonFrom the Write Angle: You Might Write New Adult If...: SCFW: Happily Ever After Disasters: Susan Kaye Quinn: Indie First?: Duolit: The Justin Timberlake School of Rocking Your Book Launch: Kristen Lamb: Let Them Eat Cake—The Slow Death of The Old Paradigm Author: Lifehacker: Treat Your Day As a Series of 15 Minute Blocks to Get More Done:
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Writer's Welcome WagonSeeking the Write Life: Are Certain Genres Dead or Dying?: Go Teen Writers: Creating Authentic Emotional Moments in Fiction: Books & Such: Does Potential Matter?: Kristen Lamb: LOVE Trumps Laws–A Final Rebuttal to Turow:
Writer's Welcome WagonI went light on the commentary today but that's fine. N-new cycle... DIY MFA: 5 Writing Lessons I Learned from Being an Editor: Steamed: Steamgyptianpunk: The Other Side of the Story: Do We Expect Too Much Realism in Our Stories?: YA Highway: Field Trip Friday: April 12, 2013: Rich in Color: Four Tips for Diversity in Fantasy:
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Writer's Welcome WagonAna Mardoll's Ramblings: Elementary: Pilot Perfection: Creative Writing with the Crimson League: The Biggest Minor Inconveniences of Independent Publishing: Jeff Goins: Just Write Something:
Terracotta Soldier Man“I resolve to write at least 100 original words every day during the year 2013.” Ran across this blog fairly recently. Given how much we talk about authors needing to keep at writing to be consistent regardless of what they actually write, it's interesting to see someone else who's doing that and willing to share their efforts with the public.
Writer's Welcome WagonI almost forgot to put this down: Ana Mardoll's Ramblings: Thing of the Day: Rachel Rostad on Cho Chang: Blood-Red Pencil: Starving Artists: Courage 2 Create: How To Finish Your Best Writing Day Ever: Writers in the Storm: Cohorts, Henchmen, Villains and Red Shirts: The Care and Feeding of Secondary Characters: Veronica Sicoe: Utopia and Dystopia – The Many Faces of The Future: Word for Teens: Alpha-male syndrome & YA lit.:
Writer's Welcome WagonMystery Writing is Murder: Keeping the Murderer Secret until the End: The Kill Zone: When Titles Go Bad: Writerland: How to Avoid Becoming a Self-Publishing Failure: Kristen Lamb: Boston Marathon Bombing Reveals the Best in People and a Dark Side to Twitter:
Writer's Welcome WagonPub Crawl: When Characters Age in a Series: AndiLit: I Miss the Rasp of Paper: QueryTracker.net: Five Dialogue Dilemmas to Avoid: Terribleminds: "When Can I Use Work By Another Artist?: Mystery Writing is Murder: Why Some Traditionally Published Writers Aren’t Self-Publishing:
Writer's Welcome WagonThe League of Extraordinary Writers: 4 Things to Consider When Ending the World: Writer Unboxed: Flog a Pro: 50 Shades of Grey by E L James: Kristen Lamb: Little Darlings & Why They Must Die…for REAL:
Writer's Welcome WagonNew cycle! Creative Something: How to instantly and painlessly get a dozen or more ideas: Wordserve Water Cooler: Writing With a Day Job: Creative Writing with the Crimson League: Writing Tip: Don’t say what “seems” to be. Describe what IS.: How to Plan, Write, and Develop a Book: Seth Godin's FOMO--Fear of Missing Out: Jealousy and How It Affects the Creative Person: Pub Crawl: What’s Left Unsaid: Wordplay: Refine Your Characters with the Pizza Test:
Writer's Welcome WagonThe Editor's Blog: Tone, Mood, & Style—The Feel of Fiction: Fantasy Faction: New Models for Magicians: Kristen Lamb: Humor is Everywhere–The Art of Being Funny: Lifehacker: Jerry Seinfeld's Productivity Secret:
Jane Friedman: How to Publish an E-Book: Resources for Authors: The Kill Zone: How to Make Money Self-Publishing Fiction:
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Writer's Welcome WagonBooks & Such: What Angents Don't Tell Clients and Clients Don't Tell Agents: The Kill Zone: Getting Everything Right Is Wrong: Adventures in YA & Children's Literature: Finding the Lamp-Post by David Whitley: Go Teen Writers: How do you know if you're starting in the right place for your character?:
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Writer's Welcome WagonLifehacker: The Science Behind Why We Procrastinate: Books & Such: The Writer's Lament: The Creative Penn: Book Marketing: Creating Your Author Press Kit: Terribleminds: What the Hell is a Hybrid Author Anyways? Jami Gold: What Soap Operas Can Teach Us about Writing:
Writer's Welcome WagonYA Confidential: Should I be this honest?: Reclaiming my first drafts: Oasis for YA: YA Novels: Where Are All The Schools?: Lifehacker: I Completely Disconnected for 10 Days. Here's What Happened: AndiLit: Girl Books and Boy Books – Nonsense Categories:
Thunder, Perfect MindCommentary time, y'all:
Writer's Welcome WagonThe thing about school settings that I think YA's audience generally are less interested with the conflicts that are often associated with it, especially the character clichés. Go Teen Writers: Ask An Editor: How Long Until I Hear?: Sophie Novak: Leading A TV-Less Life and Television Redundancy: Beth Revis: Why Are You Blogging?
Writer's Welcome WagonAnd here's the full post with (medicore) commentary. Umm...new cycle. The Other Side of the Story: The Problem With "Revealing" Information That's Already in the Cover Copy: Live Write Thrive: No, Your Spell-Checker Probably Won’t Catch These: Mystery Writing is Murder: Writers and Journals--and Online Journaling:
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Writer's Welcome WagonI've been having computer problems lately. Wordplay: Recognizing Lazy Writing Habits: YA Highway: Juvenilia and Loving the Writer You Were: Writer Unboxed: What Novelists Should Know About Short Fiction: Books and Such: How Breaks Make You More Productive: Creative Writing with the Crimson League: What is the blasted point of reading, and especially of writing? Why books–and story–matter: Veronica Sicoe: The 3 Types of Character Arc – Change, Growth and Fall: Fiction Notes: Kids’ Favorite Books: Top 100 Lists: YA Highway: When The Words Won't Flow: 5 Quick Writing Exercises to Get Started:
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◥▶◀◤So I finally created a blog just for writing and I put up my first article this morning: It's a bit of a reply to that article that was posted in WBD a few days back. Also I have a writing topics only blog now.
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Writer's Welcome WagonGet Me Writing: Write What You Know – The Quest For Authenticity: The Other Side of the Story: Guest Author Delilah S. Dawson 10 Steps to Writing a Novella: Lifehack: 5 Tips that Doubled My Productivity Last Year: Jami Gold: Why Is Storytelling Ability So Important?: Mind = Blown: Top five regrets of the dying:
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Writer's Welcome WagonThe Creative Penn: The Ultimate Guide To Goodreads For Authors: Writing Forward: The Protagonist Problem: why is the hero or heroine so often the least interesting character in the book?: Wordplay: Why Your Novel May Not Be Historical Fiction After All: AndiLit: Writing Like A Sloth: The Passive Voice: Never, Never, Never Lose Your Work!:
Writer's Welcome WagonThe New York Times: A Novella Emerges Tweet by Tweet: Cynsations: Style & Story: How “What Not to Wear” Teaches About Writing: Jami Gold: Three Tips for Better Storytelling:
◥▶◀◤My own article about getting frustrated and how powerful giving up can be.
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