Sunday Reads: 8 April 2012

Welcome back! Another week gone and here’s another 10 of our favourite reads.

 

Considering writing in first person? James Scott Bell discusses some of the pitfalls in First Person Boring.

Kidlit.com talks about drawing the reader in by Eliminating the Frame.

Time to start those rewrites? Writer Unboxed has a great post about How to Think Like An Editor.

Tim Kane has a cooking-inspired post in Layering Flavors In Your Writing.

AC Wise made me stop and think hard about my current manuscript with Heroine Quest, or The Fairytale Problem.

And while we’re talking about heroines, Marcy Kennedy discusses How To Keep Strong Female Characters Likeable.

Terrible Minds highlights 25 Lies Writers Tell (And Start To Believe In).

Over at Rock Your Writing, they’re talking about How To Build a Writer’s Support Network.

Jane Friedman outlines 5 Principles for Using Facebook.

Jody Hedlund has 3 Ways To Find the Perfect Opening For Your Story.

And James V Smith Jr explains The Dos and Don’ts of Novel Endings.

 

 

2 responses on “Sunday Reads: 8 April 2012

  1. KylieQ

    You’re welcome, Marcy. Thank *you* for an intereting post. I’m working with a strong female mc at the moment so it was very useful.

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