Folks, I’m just finishing up a month-long workshop that has taken a lot of my time during the month of March, and now have space available for a few editing jobs during the month of April. Contact me if you’re interested in having someone critique or edit your book.
In the interest of time, I’ve stopped tweeting using the @DancingOnCoals account. There just aren’t enough hours in the day. However, I am tweeting writing links from my personal Twitter account (@SherryLewis) and it just occurred to me that I could make those available here for followers of this blog. Yes, I’m a bit slow sometimes. We’re just going to have to deal with that.
So without further ado: Here are the links from Tuesday’s tweets:
L.Z. Marie blogs about Making the Most of Your Writing Hours
Weed Words: What are they? from the Hartline Literary Agency.
Find out How to Know When Your Book is Done from Go Teen Writers
From Goins, Writer: an Interview with Shawn Stevenson on how to spike creativity by sleeping smarter.
KM Weiland shares the 7 Stages of Being a Writer. See how many you’ve experienced.
I was thinking about using scene and sequel to give scenes structure. My tidbit of wisdom for the day?
If you don’t set the scene for readers, they’ll set the scene for themselves. Once you show them something different from what they’ve already imagined, you’ll jar them out of the story. Those differences distract in a big way.
That’s it for me. Have a wonderful writing day.