Another bumper crop of Writerly Goodness. I guess you can tell where my head is these days, eh?
Chapters Indigo to carry more lifestyle products. Is this a good thing for our national bookseller? The Province.
Russell Smith writes about how to publish a book in Canada. The Globe and Mail.
Apple loses its appeal and ebook decision is confirmed. Publishers Weekly.
K.M. Weiland shares three ways you can make writing your novel easier.
Level up your fiction with dramatic irony. Katie’s Wedneday post (what, no vlog? Nope, but the post is just as good).
What are three signs that your novel has too many characters and what can you do about it? Roz Morris helps you Nail Your Novel.
Donald Maass contributed this piece on openings to Writer Unboxed. Intrigue vs. engagement? As usual, Don argues for a healthy balance of both 🙂
I may have posted this before, but it’s good advice, so here you go: How to know when to stop editing and move on. The Write Practice.
Chris Winkle posts about the differences between writing a short story and writing a novel. Mythcreants.
Steven Pressfield discusses the writer’s skill.
Ruth Harris writes about the care and feeding of your muse on Anne R. Allen’s blog.
Enough is a wretched concept. Delilah S. Dawson.
Are perfectly micromanaged worlds utopian or dystopian? Veronica Sicoe considers the question on her blog.
An interview with Douglas Smith. Fantasy Fiction Focus.
Charlie Gilkey interviews Ali Luke on The Creative Giant podcast.
Which books didn’t change your life? The Guardian.
50 years on, how Dune changed the world. The Guardian.
Reading Canada with SFF legends, eh? Beauty in Ruins.
Advantageous is an insanely good movie that everyone should watch. Katherine Trendacosta for i09.
Check out theses fifteen TV series that reinvented science fiction in the past decade. i09.
A first look at Outlander season two: Jamie and Claire in Paris. Entertainment Weekly.
Hang in there until Thoughty Thursday, peeps. I’ll be back with more curation for you then.