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Weekly Round-up: 12/9/11
I'm sorry for not having a Daily Thoughts this week. I'll get to it--soon.
Note that I'm experimenting with different comment schemes. Shorter takes a shorter amount of time.
Is it me, or people blog more on Wednesdays?
Time to Write: Pete Hamill on the rhythm of writing--and how to end your sentences.
The Other Side of the Story: Gentle Reminders Beat a Slap to the Head: Why Refreshing What Your Know is a Good Thing
Lynette Labelle: Readers' Expectations - Know 'Em
All There In the Manuel: This Just In: We are IN PRODUCTION WOOO
The Other Side of the Story: Guest Author Miranda Kenneally: A Book is a Song
The Writer's Resource: Transitions
Adventures in Children's Publishing: Active versus Static Backstory and Description
Time to Write: The Phantom Tollbooth is 50 years old! (Watch Jules Feiffer & Norton Juster reminisce)
: This is a good book.
Mystery Writing is Murder: On Sharing Our Work
: No, you have to wait until you can see Manifestation Files.
Adventures in Children's Writing: WOW Wednesday: Tina Moss on Writing Like a Reader
The Other Side of the Story: Pile On: Combing Scenes for Dramatic Punch
: Does incorporating sub-plots into one scene count?
The Sharp Angle: Adventures In Co-Writing: First Draft Suckage Takes On New Meaning
: I can't wait until The Shonen Project (a collab project I'm in) comes back into session.
Seeking the Write Life: Your Story CAN Go ANYWHERE. Really.
: I dare you guys to guess the four stories describe. It's easier than expected.
Time to Write: Why writers need productive paranoia and to listen to one expert only
have the last say.
The Character Therapist: Traits of Self-Destructing Characters
: Hmm...motivation is key.
The Other Side of the Story: Just Another Day: Slice of Life Stories
: Even though this is a repost, it's still good advice.
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