Ah! It’s Tuesday again. You know what that means. Another batch of informal writerly learnings. Here’s tipsday!
K.M. Weiland explains how to market your book when you hate marketing. Helping Writers Become Authors
Roz Morris leads a quiet rebellion against three pieces of conventional marketing wisdom. Nail Your Novel
Kathleen McCleary explains why the books we read when we’re young stick with us forever. Writer Unboxed
Vaughn Roycroft: finding my voice. So easy. So Hard. Writer Unboxed
September C. Fawkes is crafting a “body language voice.” Writers Helping Writers
Colleen M. Story tells us why writers need confidence and gives us five ways to boost ours. Writers in the Storm
Margie Lawson sets writing craft to the side in her latest Writers in the Storm post: are you riding the horse, or is the horse riding you?
Jenny Hansen wants you to focus on your story’s DNA. Writers in the Storm
Pamela Taylor writes about the perils of linguistic anachronisms. DIY MFA
Gabriela Pereira presents strong female protagonists from Thrillerfest 2018. DIY MFA
Jacquelin Cangro lists five ways to develop your close reading skills. DIY MFA
Jami Gold invites you to go beyond the limits of visual cues.
Chris Winkle shares some lessons from the hyped writing of Dawn of Wonder. Then, Oren Ashkenazi lists five stories that don’t understand power and privilege. Mythcreants
“In search of doors.” V.E. Schwab’s 2018 J.R.R. Tolkien Lecture on Fantasy Literature. Tor.com
Thanks for dropping by. I hope you got something you needed to progress in your creative endeavors.
Come back on Thursday for some thoughty 🙂
Be well until then!