It’s Friday again, and time for a recap of all the good stuff that was posted on Story Empire this week, in case you missed anything.
MONDAY: Jan Sikes’s excellent post entitled Writing Organizations–The Good, The Bad, The Ugly is well worth a read. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Ever think about revising any of your older books? Joan Hall brings up some very good points for you to consider in her post entitled Revising Published Work. Check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: Today, Mae Clair focuses on a very interesting topic. Her post, Don’t Cheat Your Readers, is one that really hit home with me. Check it out HERE.
And there you have it, Folks!
Another great week at Story Empire.
Running very behind here today, thanks to an enormously busy week, but no way can I let a Friday draw to a close without sharing this week’s post on Story Empire. Hope you’ll enjoy each one, and I’ll do my best to catch up, too.
MONDAY: Staci Troilo starts the week with a great post entitled How to Write A Red Herring, something that I have always been fascinated by. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: John W Howell has written a very interesting post entitled A Little More About the Hierarchy of Needs. This is a pretty intriguing concept you can read more about HERE.
FRIDAY: Gwen Plano’s post today is entitled Accompanying the Writer, and deals with one of the reasons we choose to read the books we do. It’s also pretty interesting, and you can check it out HERE.
And there you have it, folks.
Some interesting, entertaining, and informative posts
from the gang at Store Empire. Enjoy!
What a fabulous week this was on Sally Cronin’s Smorgasbord! Her Weekly RoundUp post has enough going on to keep you busy until the NEXT one! So many great guests, including some of my very favorite writers and bloggers! And the videos are wonderful, as usual. My favorite is the beautiful story behind the friendship of a beautiful parrot and a dog. (There’s a lesson in there somewhere, too.) Hope you’ll stop by and check it out. It’s well worth seeing for yourself!
You can visit Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly RoundUp HERE.
It’s Friday, again, and that means time for a weekly recap of the great posts on Story Empire. I know you’ll enjoy checking each of these out.
MONDAY: Harmony Kent sets the pace for this week with a post from her ongoing series entitled Don’t Talk Like That: Quotes and Paragraphs. You’ll learn a lot from this one! Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: D. L. Finn gets Wednesday off to a great start with an interesting analogy on the writing process entitled Writing and Puzzles. What a fun post! Check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: Craig Boyack’s post today is entitled Case Study: Army of the Dead, and is a great object lesson in what NOT to do in our writing. You don’t have to be a zombie fan (I’m not) in order to see exactly what Craig means. Check his post out HERE.
And that’s it from Story Empire for this week. Do stop by and see for yourself just how informative and interesting these posts are. You’ll be glad you did.
One more week behind on reading the latest Story Empire posts, but that will soon change, once I’m back again. In the meantime, I’m still going to share them with you guys. (Just because I’m behind doesn’t mean you have to be!) So, here goes:
MONDAY: Mae Clair’s post deals with Plot-Driven vs Character-Driven Fiction, something I can’t wait to read. I’ve always said if I’m not invested in the characters, I’m not likely to keep on reading, so I can’t wait to see what her thoughts are on this. Check out Mae’s post HERE.
TUESDAY: Yes, Tuesday! This week, Story Empire welcomed a brand new author to the group. Check out who it is HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Can the Writing Gene Be Passed Down Through DNA? is the title of this one. You’ll have to head on over if you want to find out who the new member of Story Empire is. I’ll never tell, but you can see for yourself right HERE.
FRIDAY: Gwen Plano is back with a very intriguing post entitled Hidden Diversity Among Writers. I’m looking forward to reading it, and all the SE posts I’ve missed while I’ve been on my blogging break. Check this one out HERE.
And there you have it for this week, the three regular posts, and a bonus one!
I’m still on my two week blogging break, but you know by now, I’m going to share Story Empire’s posts, even though I have not had a chance to read them myself. I’ll be catching up with all of them after I return, and am looking forward to doing so. They are ALWAYS well worth the visit! So without further ado, here goes:
MONDAY: Stacy Troilo’s post is entitled How to Write a Sidekick, and I have no doubt I’m going to enjoy this one when I return. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: John W. Howell has a very interesting sounding post this week, entitled Let’s Talk About the Hierarchy of Needs. Can’t wait to see what it’s all about. You can check it out HERE
FRIDAY: Joan Hall’s post today is about Summer Reading, something we all enjoy, yet often worry about as writers. For instance, is it a good time to release a book or not? Check out what Joan has to say HERE.
And there you have it folks!
My life is out of control this week, so no time for much, but wanted to be sure you got at least a few giggles today. So here you go. Hope they’ll tide you over until next week’s #MondayMeme post. 😀
And that’s it for today, folks. May not be around much, but will check in when I can. In the meantime, a gentle reminder for you:
Was happily surprised this morning by Sally Cronin’s beautiful review of my Emissary Trilogy. Hope you’ll stop by to see what she had to say. (It truly made my day!) THANKS! 🙂
To read Sally’s review, click HERE.
Download The Emissary Trilogy for just $3.99 on Amazon HERE
I know I say this every time, but honestly, Sally’s Weekly RoundUp is unbelievable this time! It’s always a pleasure to share these vastly entertaining and amusing posts, but this one is truly amazing. Check it out and you’ll see what I mean. I predict you’ll enjoy the heck out of it. 🙂
You can read Sally’s Smorgasbord Weekly Round Up post HERE.
Today, Sally Cronin surprised me by featuring one of my Story Empire posts from 2020, What’s In a Name, and How do You Choose One. I hope you’ll stop by and take a look, especially if you missed it the first time. And I also hope you’ll find it both informative and fun! THANKS to Sally for sharing, and to you for visiting, if you have a moment. Hope you’ll find it helpful. 🙂
You can check the post out HERE