The YA's Dogtown
A rabbit-hole look back at a writer's adolescence.
Weekly Roundup: 3/23/12
Again, sorry for the late round-up. Blame Civ V.
Cowbell: The Almost X-Rated Garage Sale
: The red covers! THE RED COVERS!
QueryTracker: Securing Online Reviews
: Being mainstream is a plus here.
The Sharp Angle: One Reason Why I'll Never Quit My (Non-Writing) Job
: Sometimes, that slice of life is worth it.
Jami Gold: Paranormal Author:Using Google Search Terms for Fun and Education
: I need to check out
Moon Over Manifest
Veronica Roth: FAQs: Four and The Names We Choose
: On the topic of name changes.
The Writers Alley: 3 Unique Ways to Incorporate Holidays Into a Novel
: Deadlines, plot devices, and...costumes?
The Character Therapist: Some Google Alert Fun
: Perhaps this can be an inspirational tool?
Bryan Thomas Schmidt: Write Top: 5 Tricks To Adapting a Well-Known Story for Fiction
: The Exodus...
YA Confidential: Teen Critique: Submit Your First Page!
: I was about to not post this, but I think some people might find this useful.
Time to Write: The 3 elements that made "Hunger Games" such a successful book series
: An appealing concept, good writing, and clever marketing.
The Other Side of the Story: Going All the Way: Should You Write the Whole Trilogy Before You Query?
: On one hand, you wouldn't be wasting time on a series that won't sell. On the other hand, you would wish you could make changes to the first two books after the fact.
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