Think I’m still in recovery from NaNoWriMo.
K.M. Weiland continues her most common writing mistakes series with part 54: story events that don’t move the plot. Helping Writers Become Authors
Later in the week, Kate shares her advice on what to do when your antagonist takes over your story.
Densie Webb shares her experience receiving (and addressing) the dreaded editorial letter. Writer Unboxed
Donald Maass: putting your purpose on the page. Writer Unboxed
Lisa Cron explains why story is more important now than ever before. Writer Unboxed
Susan Spann returns to Writers in the Storm with this post on finding your agent match.
Gabriela Pereira goes solo on this edition of DIYMFA radio: platform doesn’t have to be painful.
J.M. Frey writes about the terror of the mushy middle book. Fuse Literary
Judith B. Herman lists 25 words that are their own opposites. Mental Floss
Inderjeet Mani: when robots read books. Aeon
I hope you enjoyed your informal writerly learnings for the week 🙂
See you Thursday for some thoughty!