The YA's Dogtown
A rabbit-hole look back at a writer's adolescence.
Weekly Round-up: 4/20/12
Sorry, no "Post of the Week" for now. If I have time, I'll pick on article out of this list to do commentary on.
Mystery Writing is Murder: Want to Write a Best Seller? It’s All In Your Genes by Dr. John Yeoman
: ...Or not.
The Editor's Blog: Include Surprises in Your Stories
: "Embarrass a key character" sounds like an intriguing wrench into the clockworks.
Don't pet me, I'm writing: Alarming things on my bookshelves
: "Pure Sex" makes sense in context! I swear!
Sm:)e Feel Good: In the Name of Research
: Poor husband.
QueryTracker.net: The Breaking Point...and Beyond
: Are you brave enough to bring your character into the hard, dark stuff.
YA Highway: Riffing on Scripts: An Exercise
: How a West Wing scene is converted into something amusing out of context.
Jami Gold, Paranormal Author: What Stories Won't You Write?
: More of a discussion question than anything.
Romance University: Make ‘Em Laugh, Make ‘Em Cry- Stretching emotions in category romance by Louisa George
: Starting out with humor and then shifting it into something else.
The Writing Nut: Wednesday Writer’s Workspace Welcomes Pam Torres
: A writer cannot have too many grandchildren.
Writability: A Lesson from Bestsellers: Write Whatever You Want
: The Next Big Thing won't be the last Next Big Thing.
QueryTracker.net: Figuring Out Your Writing Style
: What's your plan, time of day, writing interval, and frequency of ideas?
Colorimetry: Packaging Books
: A neat
on how to mail novels with little money and paper packages
Sorry, no links today.
Categories and Labels: