It’s time to get your weekly dose of informal writerly earnings!
My latest column for DIY MFA came out on New Years Day! Why every writer needs a room of their own (even if it’s not a room).
Emily Wenstrom invites you to join the conversation on the digital platform of your choice. DIY MFA
Gabriela Pereira interviews David Morrell about crafting the Victorian novel for DIY MFA radio.
Chuck Wendig says, in 2019, you must persist, persist, persist! Terribleminds
Jenna Moreci compares the pros and cons of first person and third person narration.
Donald Maass: the inner/outer balance. Writer Unboxed
This year, Therese Walsh encourages you to pursue your contentment and your chaos. Writer Unboxed
Sophie Masson shares some book contract “red lines” from a recent presentation she gave on publishing contracts. Writer Unboxed
Annie Neugebauer: forest for the trees. Writer Unboxed
Jo Eberhardt says, follow your mountain. Writer Unboxed
Katrin Schumann says, your number one secret weapon is writing communities. Jane Friedman
Barbara Poelle answers another funny you should ask question for Writer’s Digest: why did my literary agent stop submitting my manuscript?
Bunny provides a field guide to six infectious YA clichés. Love the first image and caption. We see Bella (of Twilight), and the caption reads, what do you mean, I fit all six? LOL! Mythcreants
Jill Schlesinger: small bookstores are booming after nearly being wiped out. CBS
And so, this edition of tipsday comes to a close.
Be well until Thursday, when you can come back for a little thoughty 🙂