A nice bit mix of craft, career, and creativity 🙂
K.M. Weiland continues her most common writing mistakes series with number 49: weak conjunctions. Helping writers become authors. Later in the week, she helps us keep things straight: Plot isn’t story.
C.S. Lakin explores cinematic scene openings in her scene structure series.
Lisa Cron tells us the shocking truth about info dumps. Writer Unboxed.
Christine Frazier helps us take charge of our novels’ symbolism. The Better Novel Project.
Janice Hardy offers the basics of punctuating dialogue. Fiction University. Later, she talks about getting readers to the end and making them glad they came.
Chris Winkle shares five haunting backgrounds for creating deep characters. Mythcreants. Then, Oren Ashkenazi shares five more reasons your story is sexist.
Laura Drake overcomes rejection: Don’t give up your power. Writers in the Storm.
Jaym Gates talks about making hard decisions and refocusing on what matters.
I’m so glad more writers are blogging about this. So important. Self-care for writers, by Jami Gold.
This is the dystopia we’ve built. Kameron Hurley reflects on life experiences and reviews The United States of Japan.
Laini Taylor offers some writing advice. The Book Life.
Publishing business news from Publishers Weekly: The Supreme Court rejects Apple’s appeal.
BBC presents ten women who changed science fiction for the better.
Bustle shares eight feminist science fiction novels. Moar recommended reading (!)
This is just amazing storytelling. The Maker.
Another brilliant piece of storytelling, but with a dystopian bent. iMom will creep you out. i09.
Entertainment Tonight online interviews Sam Heughan and Caitriona Balfe on season two of Outlander.
Thanks for stopping by.
Come back for some inspirational material on thoughty Thursday.
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Great help for all the writers among us Melanie.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
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