I’m beginning to think that the universe is trying to tell me something 😉 Between Tipsday and Thoughty Thursday this week, you’ll see a definite theme developing. Or not . . .
K.M. Weiland continues her common writing mistakes series with part 39: referencing characters by title rather than by name.
In Katie’s Wednesday vlog, she discusses the reasons why avalanches, wolves, and lightning storms may not be the best way to begin your novel.
Roz Morris posts about resilience. I love the image she found—a bear on a trampoline 🙂
In her series on debut author lessons, Mary Robinette Kowal tackles the topic of writing full time. Important to know: as a self-employed professional, if you’re not writing, you are unemployed.
Poet Mary Oliver inspired Anna Elliott to write a post for Writer Unboxed with this line: “Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?”
Steven Pressfield writes about self-doubt and what the soul knows about keeping you on the true path.
Janice Hardy has started a month-long revision workshop on Fiction University. Start here with her March 1st post and follow along. Great step-by-step analysis of every aspect of your novel.
Here’s a post outlining the principles of ergonomics for writers from the World’s Greatest Book blog.
And because it’s related, here’s the TED-ed video that explains why sitting too much is bad for us:
What Alice in Wonderland reveals about the brain. This could go either on Tipsday or Thoughty Thursday, but because the book is the basis for the article, I’m placing it here. BBC.
When George R. R. Martin was asked how he could write female characters so well, his answer was, “Well, they’re human beings, aren’t they?” When I saw the title of Kate Elliott’s post for Tor.com, I knew it was going to be interesting: writing women characters as human beings.
Pets who’d rather you pet them than read. The Dodo.
That’s a wrap!
See you Thursday 🙂