Here’s a great blog post (I recommend subscribing to this blog, by the way) about the nature and value of writing practice. It doesn’t mean the same thing as morning pages, though those are valuable, too, for different reasons.
If you are a freelancer, you might want to take a look at this post from the BOSSLESS blog.
Today, the Bestseller Labs blog features seven great ways to build an author brand. If you think about how often you buy the next book by an author you love, you will know this is true! Click on the link below to read the post.
(By the way, One Way to Wonder features links to dozens of useful articles for writers. Click on the Word Cloud to choose a topic.)
If you are writing a query letter, you might want to click on the link below and read the short post first. It’s very informative.
If you are revising a book or article, get to know this important professional resource.
Here’s a great post about good, fast writing! I don’t know about you, but I needed this!
I do not self-publish, but this article about writers in discussion forums is for everyone. Thanks for drawing it to my attention, Julie Hedlund.
As you know, one of my most important goals this year is to secure representation for my fiction. I am working on an assignment now, but I have been collecting and sharing information about finding agents. B.j. Lee, a writer I met in an online group suggested this article, and it’s a winner. Click on the link below.
On this blog, I offer links to all sorts of writing advice. Here is some solid information from Susan Adrian about how to use what is offered.
LinkedIn, as you know, is an important way to connect with other professionals. They are about to change their look, and there are some things we need to do to optimize the effectiveness of our presence there. The link below leads to an excellent, detailed article.