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Weekly Round-up: 2/17/12
A Good Blog is Hard to Find: Keeping in Touch with Readers
: How would you react to the situation in the thesis?
Magical Words: On Writing: Transitions and Chapter Breaks
: The cliffhanger, the time warp, and the beat.
The Writers' Alley: Writing Outside the Box
: Pantsing with ADHD!
The Other Side of the Story: Know Before You Go: Should You Know Your Genre First?
: Not really, but it could make your life easier.
Time to Write: A different approach to procrastination
: Hmm...what other unpleasant tasks would I rather do? Like look for my coat?
YA Highway: Avoiding Family Engagements via the Crazy
The Editor's Blog: Jack of all Trades? That’d Be an Editor—A Reader’s Question...
: Knowledge is power.
YA Highway: Valentine's Day Blog Lovefest!
Yours truly is apart of it.
Suite T: Love Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry (To Our Characters)
: You wouldn't want your characters to be bored anyways, right?
Time to Write: Warning: Before you spend money on a self-publishing course, read this!
: You can't earn a million dollars without lifting a finger.
Veronica Roth: ARC Hunt
The Writers' Alley: YA Fiction Tips For All Genres
: Or why I love YA.
Magical Words: Screenwriting: A Tyro’s Perspective
: A basic type of story format.
The Sharp Angle: Defining the Lead Character (as demonstrated by Winnie the Pooh)
: Winnie the Pooh! :D
Writer's Unboxed: Make the Most of School Visits
: Oh, don't forget to answer lots and lots of questions. There are times where an author comes to visit but doesn't get to calling me.
Nicole Basaraba's Uni-Verse-City: Historical fiction has it all – A guest post by Marcia Richards
: Again, I should read more of this.
Mystery Writing is Murder: 6 Ways to Energize Your Writing Naturally—by Chrystle Fiedler
: Dark chocolate...
Mystery Writing is Murder: Mystery Writing in the Family. Blogger in the House.
This Week for Writers 2/17/12: Our Favorite Articles and Blog Posts
: This Week for Writers 2/17/12: Our Favorite Articles and Blog Posts
The Other Side of the Story: There is No Bad Guy: What to do When Your Antagonist Isn't a Villain
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