We hope you enjoyed Publishing Month as much as we did. Stayed tuned for our next theme month – details to come in a few weeks. In the meantime, here’s 10 reads worth your time:
Aaron Hildebrandt talks about how writers need to be experts in so many areas in Writing is Hard.
Zoe Winters discusses earning the title of writer in Labels: Writer vs Author.
Cyndi Pauwels talks about the need to recharge in All Good Things.
Charles Passy examines a few movie industry gimmicks that writers should be aware of in 10 Things Hollywood Won’t Tell You.
Susannah Breslin offers Why You Shouldn’t Be A Writer.
And Sarah A Hoyt responds with Why You Should Be A Writer.
Writers’ Village discusses The Laziest Way To Find a Winning Plot.
Looking for some feedback on the structure of your writing? Check out Pro Writing Aid.
Upcoming convention, plus a short story contest: CopperCon 32.
Missed any Fictorians articles this week?
Guest post by Gini Koch – Why I Like Traditional Publishing
Frank Morin – Is It Still Worth Trying To Get An Agent?
Guest post by Brandon Sanderson – Brandon Sanderson Dishes On Publishing