Hard to believe this is the end of week six on the new blog. This week has been an unbelievable roller coaster for me and I know that the next few weeks are going to be quite a handful. I will be taking a short break in the first week of January when I am moving houses and will not have internet access. This break may extend to two or so weeks depending on how long it takes to get reconnected to the world. I will not be abandoning this blog and hopefully I can get some public internet access to do a few posts during this transitional period.
Onto this week. So many great posts to choose from.
Recommended Read for the Week:
Sandy Ackers from Strangling My Muse shared a brilliant post this week with ten ways to get your muse out of neutral. I found this post very helpful.
I started this week by asking which character would wear these shoes (and I got some very interesting responses).
5 reasons for typing your draft – though there are arguments for handwriting.
I joined the 100+ Reading Challenge. Hopefully my to be read list (at least the beginning of it) will go up next week. If not, it will go up the week after.
From my call to writers I have put together a three part series called writing is and the first and second parts have already been posted (and they were fantastic, thanks to the writers who contributed). Part three will be posted tomorrow.
Other Great Writing Posts:
Elizabeth Spann Craig makes the list again with her post on writing according to mood. She made it tough this week as her post on being careful was a very close second.
Brandilyn Collins had a guest post from Steven James called Things look bad? Make them worse, which was a fantastic read.
Sevvy asks whether you are a whiny writer or an arrogant writer. A good read.
Editorial anonymous reads into rejections. This is a very amusing post.
Sylvia Dickey Smith shares some thoughts on writing dialogue.
K.M. Weiland discusses why writers should write in more than one genre.
Margot Kinberg writes about the use of coincidence in stories. This post has inspired some very interesting comments and is well worth the read.
As always, if you have found a great blog post you want added to the list, let me know or leave a link in the comments and certainly send me suggestions throughout the week for the next list. Thanks.
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