April is a rather busy month for me, but not too busy to still share some of my favorite advice for writers from around the Internet. (Btw, click here for Day 2 of the April Platform Challenge.)
Publishing: The Long and Winding Road, by Rachelle Gardner. Gardner reminds writers that building a writing career is not an overnight phenomenon.
When Arguments Are a Good Thing: Conflict in Dialogue, by K.M. Weiland. This post reveals 10 tips for handling argumentative dialogue without killing the momentum of the story.
How to Write a Manuscript: 5 Key Tips, by Brian A. Klems. These tips are mainly for novelists, but they can help out other writers as well, especially the final tip.
When Your Online Presence is a Moving Target, by Alexis Grant. Especially with the April Platform Challenge happening this month, Alexis wrestles with a very real dilemma over whether to put more effort into her paid newsletter with fewer subscribers or her free newsletter with more potential to grow.
The Copyblogger "Secret" to Creating Better Content, by Sonia Simone. Regular writers could learn a thing or two from copywriters--and so regular bloggers could learn a thing or two from copybloggers. Sonia shares some really useful tips on how to write engaging content that produces a reaction from readers.
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