As usual, there's been a lot of advice for writers shared on the Internet over the past week. Here are some of my favorite pieces:
The Story Bible: What It Is and Why You Need One, by Rochelle Melander. I haven't written fiction in a while, but when I did, I always had a sort of story bible (in addition to an outline) to help me get to the finish line without losing focus. It would only be more important for a novel (or series of novels).
How to Write a High-Quality eBook in 30 Days, by Ali Luke. With NaNoWriMo and the November PAD Chapbook Challenge on the horizon, it only makes sense to think about producing an eBook in 30 days as well. November should be dubbed "write a book" month (regardless of genre).
Comic: Back to School & Writing Parents, by Debbi Ohi. Cute little comic for stay-at-home-writer parents.
Can You Edit Too Much?, by Elisabeth Grace Foley. Short answer, yes. But also, no. Maybe you just need a little space. Read this post.
Could You Earn More By Writing About What You Love?, by Carol Tice. Learn how to follow your passions and still earn a living.
How eBooks Can Complement Your Traditional Writing, by Alexis Grant. Alexis shares some great examples on how writing an eBook can help (not hurt) your traditional writing career.
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