Slightly smaller batch this week. Then again, I was traveling and training and NaNoWriMo-ing last week. Some things must be sacrificed.
Sudbury’s new small publisher releases its first anthology. The Sudbury Star.
K.M.Weiland continues to share her lessons learned from writing Storming with this post-and-podcast combo: How to write can’t-look-away chapter breaks.
MJ Bush explores writing unforgettable characters. Yes. For realsies. Writingeekery.
Jan O’Hara writes about surviving trout syndrome and electric shocks for Writer Unboxed. What it’s really about? Learned helplessness.
Gwen Hernandez shares some Scrivener fundamentals on Writer Unboxed.
Chuck Wendig welcomes you to the midpoint of your novel. Let it not sag like an overloaded clothesline.
What did Veronica Sicoe learn about writing faster? Read on and find out 🙂
Writers & Authors shares this cute infographic about the eight reasons writers make great friends.
The CBC shares Booknet Canada’s infographic comparing Canadian and American readers.
The secrets hidden in the gilt.
This might be a bit controversial. Chis Winkle shares lessons learned from the bad writing of Battlefield Earth. Mythcreants.
Barnes and Noble lists its best science fiction and fantasy of 2015.
I may have shared this before, but I am so looking forward to The Shannara Chronicles:
And just because: Bustle presents Sesame Street’s eleven best literary moments.
See you next Tipsday for moar Writerly Goodness.