Another wonderful, jam-packed week of goodies on Sally Cronin’s fabulous Smorgasbord blog. If you’re like me and can’t follow along every day, her roundup posts are a terrific way to see what’s been going on, and take a look at the articles most interesting or amusing to you.
Check out Sally’s Smorgasbord RoundUp Post HERE
You’ll be glad you did!
Another week gone by in a flash, but the good news is, it’s time for a recap of all the great posts over on Store Empire. Here goes:
MONDAY: Joan Hall is beginning a new series I think I’m going to love, and her first post is entitled Character Types: The Attention Seekers. It’s great! Check out Joan’s post HERE
WEDNESDAY: Staci Troilo’s post, Three Elements of Horror, really struck a chord with me. I have always had a fascination with truly scary stories, and if I ever decide to write one, I’ll be paying close attention to her guidelines. Check out Staci’s post HERE.
FRIDAY: John Howell asks a question in his post today that I’m sure will resonate with each of us: Why Am I Avoiding Working on My WIP? I know it made me stop and think. Check out John’s post HERE.
And there you have the latest from the good folks at Story Empire!
Sorry I’m late folks. A very busy, hectic, but basically good weekend. I’m running way behind, but had to take a minute to share Sally’s roundup post with you. It’s another super collection of all sorts of goodies! You’ll love it!
Check out Sally’s Smorgasbord RoundUp Post HERE
Happy Reading (And Listening!)
It’s Freya’s Day once again, and you know what that means, right? Right! Another look at what the good folks at Story Empire have been up to this week. (Hint: It’s good stuff, as always!)
MONDAY: Craig Boyack’s interesting and thought-provoking post entitled Create A System – Work the System uses “Inspiration, Not Duplication” as a theme, and includes some good ideas I never even thought of. Check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Harmony Kent introduces her new eleven-part series, How to Write Point of View with an excellent Overview as Part 1. Be sure not to miss this one, folks. You can check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: D. L. Finn’s post entitled Writing and Editing speaks to one of a writer’s biggest challenges: finding and USING a good editor before publishing a book. Take what she says to heart, folks. It will save you problems in the long run. Check out Denise’s post HERE.
See? Told ya it was good stuff! Happy reading!
Once again, it’s time for Sally Cronin’s Weekly RoundUp Post. If any of you folks haven’t discovered Sally’s fabulous Smorgasbord blog, you owe it to yourself to check these out. Once you have, you’ll see just how much you’ve been missing, and you’ll be glad you did.
To check out this Week’s Smorgasboard Round Up Post, go HERE.
Another super week with the good folks over on the #StoryEmpire blog. If you’ve missed anything, you’ll want to check it out. As always, it’s truly good stuff!
MONDAY: Happy Independence Day Greeting HERE
WEDNESDAY: Mae Clair has a super post entitled What I Learned from High School History that really struck home with me. Check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: Jan Sikes is starting a new series on marketing that you will not want to miss. Read her first post entitled Every Author’s Four-Letter Word #Mktg HERE
And there you have it, folks! Enjoy!
Once again, Story Empire has presented a fabulous week of excellent posts. You’re gonna want to take a look at all of these, if you haven’t already done so.
MONDAY: John W. Howell starts the week off with a great post entitled Writing Motivation Killers Are Out There — Let’s Discuss Three of Them. The title says it all, and believe me, you’ll want to check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Joan Hall’s mid-week post, entitled simply Words, is full of interesting tidbits and is a lot of fun, especially if you are a lover of new words and coined phrases throughout history. Check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: Staci Troilo wraps up the week with a super post called Developing Your Villain. This one has some great tips even for those of us who don’t write murder mysteries, etc, because Staci explains how to strengthen the contrast between any character up to no good and the protagonist of the tale. Check it out HERE.
And there you go, folks! Great stuff, huh?
Another fine weekly recap of great posts from the crew at Story Empire. I know you’ll enjoy these as much as I did!
MONDAY: First, take a look at Writing and Social Media, a very helpful post from D. L. Finn. You can check it out HERE.
WEDNESDAY: Second, be sure to read The Other Sister, Craig Boyack’s humorous and helpful post about the difference between suspense and tension. You can check it out HERE.
FRIDAY: And finally, you don’t want to miss How to Make 3D Bookcovers for Free, Harmony Kent’s very cool intro to a free program well worth looking into. You can check it out HERE
And there you go, folks! Told ya it was good stuff!
Couldn’t let the weekend slip by without sharing Sally’s wonderful Round Up post, now could I? Nope. So here it is, folks. Check it out to be sure you didn’t miss something fabulous you really want to read. You’ll be glad you stopped by, I’m sure!
Read Sally’s Smorgasbord RoundUp Post HERE
And there ya go!
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.