Weekly highlights of things I’ve been reading.
@mmloughin Invasion of the Cosplayers: wp.me/p1aVqZ-f9
Geek fun with Marie at the summer night market
@clubjade Random House posts Scoundrels blurb: http://clubjade.net/?p=40674
Timothy Zahn, my favorite Star Wars author, will give us a tale of Han, Chewbacca, & Lando. Can’t wait until December!!
@christinenolfi: Writing Your Debut Novel? Find Your Tribe. tinyurl.com/cm7k5ty
Write ’til it’s done, find others who can empathize & comment, polish & more
The 5 Best Pieces Of Writing Advice: http://bit.ly/NrKiny by @Mooderino
Characters, their actions/reactions, write, rewrite, and the coolest quote
Indie Authors And Amazon Removing Reviews http://goo.gl/U2cim via @ReneePawlish
When reviews often drive sales, this news is disconcerting!
Anne R. Allen’s Blog: Bad Reviews—Six Reasons to Be Glad You Have Them http://ow.ly/c9Bvm
Bring ’em on! Oh – guess I need to get the book out there first. 🙂
Linking Survey Insights to One Author’s Writing Plans via Historical Tapestry http://ow.ly/c9wO5 by Mary Tod
Mary’s survey points to some interesting findings. Now tell me, how do I fit Goodreads into my limited time? And women are huge readers of historical fiction but they don’t like violence. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that the romance in my Crusader knights novella will draw them in.
What’s in your feed reader?
Thanks, Char.I can’t believe you get to read so much and still write so well! I think readers will really enjoy your Crusaders. I do!
Cathy, I try to give myself close to an hour a day to read blog posts or links from twitter. I usually do it when I’m just too tired to write or work on revisions. The problem still remains – I don’t tend to comment on the things I read very often. People will often follow a link to a commenter’s profile or blog and I bet that builds readership. That will be my goal in the future – more commenting!