Not reflecting on the week anymore – mostly because I don’t know from week to week whether I’m going to be online or off anymore (hopefully I’ll be online more often than off). However, I still want to share some great writing links so here they are.
I’ll start with the self-promotion and get it out of the way. If you haven’t checked out Death’s Daughter, here’s the link. Or you can read an excerpt here. And if you happen to have a kindle you can buy it from Amazon here. Self-promotion over and onto some useful links for all the writers out there.
Let the Words Flow asks nine writers whether they outline their plots before writing. Some great insight.
- Jane Friedman from There Are No Rules has once again shared a list of the best tweets for writers – which comes with a whole lot of links that writers may find helpful. Well worth checking out.
- Helen Ginger on Straight from Hel looks at the use of details in a story.
- Beth Groundwater on Inkspot shares some useful brainstorming techniques.
Hopefully some of these links will be helpful for you and if you have some other links that you would like to share, feel free to leave them in the comments. Just try to make sure they are writing related. Thanks.
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