lunch hour links for writers

At Edittorrent, Alicia discusses and offers suggestions for the overuse of participles in her article, Participles Redux.  This is one you’ll want to print out and keep by your side.

Nathan Bransford gives some excellent query advice regarding vampire burnout and being the next big thing in his post, PSA About Vampires.

It’s been a long day/week/hour and you’re feeling beat, but the siren call of write, write, write fills your head.  Your choices are read somebody’s book, write a few lines on your own novel, or sleep.  Jonathan Danz describes a day in the life of the writer who is tired and wants to know whether you go for quality or quantity when writing at the end of the day on his post, Two Days of Mediocrity.

Jennifer Neri also has a question for writers on her blog.  When you write, do you know where you’re going?  See Jennifer’s lovely post at The Long and Winding Road . . .

For those writers who seek to self-publish, Victoria Strauss has an interesting article on Writer Beware Blogs! concerning a new service for self-published writers called IndieReader.

The American Library Association (ALA) now has a portion of their web site devoted to staying abreast of changes in the Google Book Settlement.  While this information generally tends to focus on how the Google Book Settlement affects libraries and research institutions, it is a great place to get some simplified information on this complex topic.

At the Editorial Ass, the Moon Rat talks about hiring a freelance editor to go over your novel prior to submission.  See Pre-Editing (Or, My Thoughts on Hiring Freelance Developmental Editors Pre-Submission) for details.

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2 Responses to lunch hour links for writers

  1. jenniferneri says:

    You are just the sweetest – and trust me, I do not use these very words very often, if ever…
    🙂

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