Katie’s Wednesday vlog discusses how to help your readers love an unlikable character.
Roz Morris shares some common errors indie authors make in their self-published work.
Therese Walsh posts about finding the time to write (part 3 of her multitasking series) on Writer Unboxed.
Suzanne Alyssa posts on Sarah Selecky’s blog on the subject of the vulnerability of submission.
Delilah S. Dawson guest posts on Chuck Wendig’s Terribleminds with 25 blood-spattered tips for writing violence.
Are these filter words weakening your fiction? Write it Sideways.
Jamie Raintree asks, are artists still allowed to be neurotic? Thinking through our fingers.
Anne Lamott: “Everyone is screwed up, broken, clingy, and scared.” Salon.
Tim Parks on CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition: Writing in the Margins.
Sherwood Smith offers some thoughts on Heyer and Austin.
Astrophe: The feeling of being stuck on Earth. The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows.
The history behind Orphan Black. The New Yorker.
For the Outlander fans: Interview with Sam Heughan.
The real romance behind Outlander. The New York Times.
Sesame Street’s Game of Chairs:
And that’s your Writerly Goodness for the week.
See you Thursday!