It’s a short one this week.
So a note to begin with about how I organize these things. I generally start off chronologically, but if thematic groups emerge, I tend to put them together. This is why you’ll generally see some familiar names on my list, like K.M. Weiland. Katie always posts on Sundays, so she generally appears first, followed by Anne. R. Allen and Roz Morris, who also post on Sunday.
Everything else is just organized the way my brain sees fit, which may not always make sense to anyone but me … but there you have it: my mad method.
So it should be no surprise that I’m starting off with K.M. Weiland and the final post in her Creating Stunning Character Arcs series: The Resolution.
Later in the week, she announced her forthcoming book, The Writer’s Digest Annotated Jane Eyre. Guess who’s got an ARC to review? Got it in one, my friends 🙂
Roz Morris posted about drafting her scenes out of order and revealed the title of the work in progress (WIP) hitherto known as The Mountains Novel.
52 terrific tips on how to write well from Psychology Today. Includes lots of links to other resources.
Carly Watters offers advice on writing secondary characters.
N.K. Jemisin’s Wiscon 38 guest of honour keynote.
And now, a moment of silence for the passing of the bright light that was Maya Angelou.
“A bird doesn’t sing because it has an answer, it sings because it has a song.”