Links to Blog Posts on Writing March-April 2018

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When Ideas Collide: Powerful Storms Make Superior Stories by Kristen Lamb

Maybe Neil DeGrasse Tyson Should Embrace The Humanities More by Chuck Wendig – on what makes art, art.

The Most Important Writing Advice You Need Right Now by Chuck Wendig

The Difference Between Idea, Premise, Plot, and Story by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

How to Write When the Last Thing You Want to Do is Write by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

Fizzle or Sizzle? How Genre is Fundamental for Story Success by Kristen Lamb

How Writing in Chunks Can Make You a More Productive Writer by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

Ilana C. Myer: When Do You Stop Researching and Start Writing?

5 Ways to Structure (and Plot) Your Novel by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

How To Become A Professional Writer In Nine Not-So-Easy Steps – by Mark Alpert at the KillZone

 

Sean Grigsby: Five Things I Learned Writing Smoke Eaters

Sarah Elkins: Five Things I Learned Writing Psychic Underground: The Facility

David Mack: Five Things I Learned Writing The Midnight Front

Aaron Rosenberg: Five Things I Learned Writing Digging Deep

R.J. Theodore: Five Things I Learned Writing Flotsam

Bryan Camp: Five Things I Learned Writing The City Of Lost Fortunes

 

 

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5 Quick Ways To Shift Description and Setting Into Deep POV by Lisa Hall-Wilson at Writers in the Storm

How to Write Unforgettable Settings Readers Never Want to Leave by Kristen Lamb

What a Concept! Plotting Your Novel Conceptually by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

The 5 Turning Points of a Character Arc and Sorry, Your Services are no Longer Required: Eliminating Characters from Your Novel by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

Character Building: How Story Forges, Refines, and Defines Characters by Kristen Lamb

Not Your Mama’s Character Descriptions by Margie Lawson at Writers In The Storm

4 Mistakes to Avoid When Building Suspense in Your Novel by Laurence MacNaughton at Fiction University

The Question You Need to Ask for Every Scene and A Tip for Getting Through Hard-to-Write Scenes by Janice Hardy at Fiction University

7 Ways to Master “Show, Don’t Tell” By Laurence MacNaughton at Fiction University

Hook Your Readers: 3 Tips to Catch & Keep Your Audience by Kristen Lamb

 

 

 

 

 

The Dangers of Premature Editing: Pruning Our Stories vs. Pillaging Them by Kristen Lamb

 

 

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Marketing

6 Top Ways for Indie Authors to Make Self-published Books More Discoverable and More Competitive on Amazon – by Jyotsna Ramachamdran at the Alliance of Independent Authors

 

Social Media

Branding & The Brain: How Social Media Changes but Humans Never Will by Kristen Lamb

 

 

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