Tipsday: Writerly Goodness found on the interwebz, Dec 14-20, 2014


It’s Christmas Eve Eve . . . if that makes any sense 😀

K.M. Weiland on the difference between theme and message.

An excellent podcast by DIY MFA’s Gabriela Pereira on some of the ways you can outline.

Why a year-end review is important for writers. Jamie Raintree on thinking through our fingers.

And related to that, Dr. Jonathan Ball on how he uses Jamie’s awesome word count Excel spreadsheet to track his writing progress. Whether you think the post is sexy or not (I rather think Jonathan was being facetious with his post title), there are some great ideas in there. And that, to me, is sexy.

Why emotional excess is essential writing and creativity. Do you agree? Brainpickings explores the diaries of Anais Nin.

Common sayings you may be misusing. How stuff works.

The Lord of the Rings mythology explained in four minutes. CGP Grey.

 

Need something to tide you over until Outlander resumes its season? Here’s a sneak peek. E! Online.

That’s it for this week.

All the best of the season to you, whatever that means to you. To me, it’s still Merry Christmas 🙂

Tipsday

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6 thoughts on “Tipsday: Writerly Goodness found on the interwebz, Dec 14-20, 2014

    • Thanks, Jonathan 🙂 I really did. I’ve been kind of stymied as to how to count revisions, but since much of it has been cutting, I’ve done the simple thing and NOT counted the negative words. That’s just too demoralizing 😛 Hope you have a fabulous holiday season.

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