Not off to a raging start in 2016. I have a feeling that there’s lots of Writerly Goodness yet to come, though.
K.M. Weiland shares her five step plan to analyze your favourite books (A.K.A. read like a writer).
And here are five ways Katie says will help you make better writing resolutions in 2016.
Jami Gold talks story beginnings.
Oren Ashkenazi shares six overused tropes and how to avoid them. Mythcreants.
And he returns with six clichés to watch out for. Mythcreants.
The ten self-editing mistakes writers make and how to fix them. These are some excellent pointers 🙂 Cathy Presland for Author Unlimited.
Emergence and depression: an interview with Charlotte Ashley.
Jane Friedman offers five industry issues for writers to watch in 2016.
If you’ve seen SW:TFA, you may remember that island where Ray finds you-know-who at the end. Guess what? It’s a real place: Skellig Michael, in Ireland. Irish Central.
Though Seth Abramson say he loved the film, he still found 40 ‘unforgivable’ plot holes in SW:TFA. BEWARE: HERE BE SPOILERS. The Huffington Post.
See you on Thursday for a wee (and I mean wee) bit of thoughty.