Link Love For Writers

Great tips and tools for writers–especially for those who self-publish or those of you who are doing it on your own for whatever reason.

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Why literary agents and editors may just not be that into you. Plus videogame and publishing companies collaborate on an anthology of stories.

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Features, interviews, and stories from around the web that inspired or enlightened me over the past week.

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Design Porn: Accessories for Bookworms Gifts for the book lover who has everything. Or so many books that the floors in her house are sagging under the weight. Lots of pretty book jewelry. The E-publishing Outlook for Average Authors: My E-book Sales Is digital publishing really better than good old-fashioned print publishing for established authors? [...]

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This looks like the beginning of something with potential: the ability to sign ebooks in person and even at a distance. It’s in its infancy now, but expect more advanced ideas and methods to come if it proves profitable. I’m thinking that Amazon will be all over this one.

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Features, interviews and stories from around the web that inspired or enlightened me over the past week. Kurt Vonnegut Story Grids. Story grids—including one for the classic fairy tale, Cinderella, that the great novelist shared during a New York City lecture to show why we crave drama in our stories even though our lives are [...]

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Things from around the web that inspired or enlightened me over the past week– What Makes a Good Sex Scene? Over at Salon.com judges discuss their favorite (and least favorite) finalists in the delicate art of erotic writing. Excerpts included. What’s the Best Font for a Book? According to this article in GalleyCat, the number [...]

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Link Love for Writers

March 26, 2011

Things from around the web that inspired or enlightened me this past week– Incite Me, Baby! Blog post on how she writes her beginnings, by Carleen Brice, author of Orange Mint and Honey and Children of the Waters. The Lifetime movie Sins of the Mother, starring Jill Scott, was based on Carleen’s first novel Orange Mint and Honey. L.A. [...]

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