Find out how to choose perfect names for your characters with this great post. Click on the link below.
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Help Search Engines Find Your Blog
If you have ever wondered how web content can be optimized for search engines, here’s a good overview of what SEO is and how to create Search Engine Optimized content. If you find that you enjoy creating this kind of content, you can even turn it into a freelance writing specialty to pay the bills!
What is SEO Friendly Content – Content Written to be SEO Friendly.
Do You Need a Literary Agent? What They Do and How to Get One
Don’t miss this great sample chapter from The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Publishing Children’s Books by Harold Underdown! It’s about agents. I highly recommend this book and also The Purple Crayon, Mr. Underdown’s authoritative, generous and informative site.
A Collection of Great Sites About Writing Picture Books
No time to attend a writers’ conference? Spend a day online and learn about writing a picture book.
Using Styles in Microsoft Word
Okay, the site I am recommending here is about self-publishing, which I do not recommend, but this is an excellent article about some advanced features of Word.
Getting Started With Microsoft Word Styles for Book Layout — The Book Designer.
Grab Readers with Great Character Names
Character names can make or break your book. Click on the link below for help.
What’s in a name? Character name that is. – Tanja Bauerle | Tanja Bauerle.
2012 November PAD Chapbook Challenge: Day 17 | How to Poems | Write Poetry | WritersDigest.com
Maxie Steer offers today’s prompt on Robert Brewer’s Poetic Asides blog.
It’s a how-to poem. Read the contributions of others and add your own.
2012 November PAD Chapbook Challenge: Day 17 | How to Poems | Write Poetry | WritersDigest.com.
How to Paint
Set up a surface,
paper or weathered
matter, at least
not at first.
out a bright
worm of color,
or mix it up
up the brush.
Linda Armstrong, 11/17/2012. All rights reserved.
Structure Part 8–Balancing the Scenes that Make Up Your Novel « Kristen Lamb’s Blog
Here’s another great blog post about structuring a novel by Kristen Lamb. If you are participating in NaNoWriMo, take some time to read the whole series on her blog. You won’t be sorry.
Structure Part 8–Balancing the Scenes that Make Up Your Novel « Kristen Lamb’s Blog.