More From Twitter

July 19, 2010 at 5:29 am (Death's Daughter, Weekly Review) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

Another round up of exciting links that I have found in the last little bit. I do post these on twitter as I find them and I hope that people are finding them useful. Yes, my links are scattered through them.

My must-read recommendations go to the following:

Very cool book trailer for CassaStar – check it out:

Cat Woods sharing seven deadly sins for writers:

If you have the time check out this review of Death’s Daughter:

The Rhapsodist reviews Death’s Daughter:

Here are the other great reads I’ve found recently:

Sybil Nelson – 8 steps to a great book trailer:

Lua Fowles – writer in a mask:

Helen Ginger – on using Networked Blogs:

An award for my blog:

Susan Whitfield – Interview with Tim Marquitz:

Sylvia Dickey Smith –

Janice Hardy – trends in writing:

What women write – finding your writing rhythm:

Eric – The importance of the little things (character)

Robert Liparulo: making fantasy feel real:

Elspeth Antonelli – ten things to do before you write:

Madison Woods – getting answers from twitter:

Some interesting tips of spelling:

Elizabeth Spann Craig – excellent list of links for writers:

Stephen Tremp – moving along on his writer’s journey:

Mason Canyon – A question for authors and soon to be authors:

Jeaniene Frost – Why women find vampires hot:

Bibliophile Stalker – Some great links for writers:

Cat Woods – Sentence variation

Carol Kilgore – Try something new: Must read for #writers.

Lee Robertson – Murky Middles: Got lost in the middle of your story?

Vivienne Tuffnell – Would you write full time?

Lua shares her thoughts on World Building:

Fantasy e-book Death’s Daughter:



  1. Lua said,

    Thank you for all the great links Cassandra and thank you for the mention 🙂
    I really enjoyed The Rhapsodist’s review on Death’s Daughter!

  2. Alex Willging said,

    Thanks, Cassandra, for sharing my review with others. Can’t wait to read more of your work. And thanks, Lua, for reading.

  3. Elizabeth Spann Craig said,

    Great links! Thanks for the mention!

  4. Mason Canyon said,

    You have some great links to check out. Thanks so much for including me in the list.

    Thoughts in Progress

  5. Lynn Rush said,

    Nice. These are great.

  6. Carol Kilgore said,

    Loads of great links. Thanks for including Under the Tiki Hut.

  7. Stephen Tremp said,

    Thanks for the recognition. I appreciate the mention. And I’m going to buy Alex Cavanaugh’s book Cassatar too. Always good to see a blogging buddy reach that milestone of finally releasing their book.

    Stephen Tremp

  8. AlexJ said,

    Thanks for mentioning my trailer! And I did visit and comment on the post about trailers, even though mine isn’t homemade.

  9. Jemi Fraser said,

    Great links – thanks for sharing 🙂

  10. Miss Rosemary said,

    A wonderful – and thorough – list! I’ll have to go through the ones I haven’t had the pleasure of coming across myself soon 🙂

  11. The Old Silly said,

    Wow – what a lengthy and valuable list – thanks for sharing all this!

  12. Cassandra Jade said,

    Glad everyone has been finding these useful. And if you haven’t checked out Alex’s trailer you really should – it is amazing.

  13. Madison Woods said,

    Wow, I’m so late to the game – but thanks for adding my link to your list 🙂 You had a great collection compiled here!

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