lunch hour links — description, characterization, going indie and more

If you’re like me and enjoy surfing the net on your lunch hour, here a few links you might want to check out:

My good friend Peter Cooper has written a very insightful article on writing description in your story. It’s here at We Write. And Then We Write Some More.

Jennifer Neri has some awesome guest posts going on at her blog with Andre K. Baby Talks About His Novel and Cathryn Grant Talks About Going Indie.

Elizabeth Spann Craig talks about why it’s important to promote yourself and not your novel at her blog.

Over at my blog, I’m talking about Giving Your Character a Soul.

Got a link to a good writing article? Leave it in the comments!

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5 Responses to lunch hour links — description, characterization, going indie and more

  1. Thanks for the links and for the mention, Teresa!

    • You are most welcome, Elizabeth! I had the opposite mentality until I read your post. Now I understand why it’s important to push the author’s name over a specific novel.

  2. Jonathan says:

    Thanks for the links! I’ve been remiss in stopping by ye old Cackling Scribe to drop a comment. Appreciate the reminder 🙂

  3. Oh, will go check out the links – !

    so looking forward to your book’s release – whoop!

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