One day left in September? Where did the time go?
It’s another tasty week of Writerly Goodness 🙂
K.M. Weiland invites you into her process as she corrects her story on her blog. Listen to the podcast and follow along with the screen shots on the blog.
Then, Katie shares what this past year preparing for publication has been like.
And for the hat trick: Foreshadowing and misdirection. Two sides of the same writerly skill best used in concert. Find out how in Katie’s Friday vlog.
Bonnie Randall returns to Janice Hardy’s Fiction University to explore the lessons writers can learn from The Killing. Phil and I are watching this on Netflix now. Just started season two. It’s definitely well-written.
Barbara Kyle shares five tips for writing a series on Chryssa Bazos’s blog.
Jane Friedman discusses the evolution of the literary agent. Writer’s Digest.
Porter Anderson digs deeper into the Authors Guild survey and what it means on Thought Catalog.
You may be surprised at what counts as a success in terms of book sales. Lynn Neary for NPR.
Ebook sales slip and the rumours of print book death are greatly exaggerated. The New York Times.
Summary judgement motions filed in ebook price fixing suit. Publishers Weekly.
Last week, I shared a post about a banned book in New Zealand. This week, the author speaks out. The Observer.
Messages to the future. Vsauce. I’ve chosen to put this in Tipsday because it’s about the stories we tell.
J.K. Rowling gets into the Potter family history on Pottermore.
Watch this fairy tale love story with a twist. i09.
Kate Beaton shares her top ten warrior princesses from Elizabeth I to Boudicca. The Guardian.
This. Is. Brilliant. #15secondShakespeare Radio Times.
Come back for Thoughty Thursday, y’all!