- USING GOOGLE STREET VIEW TO CREATE SETTINGS: http://pbackwriter.blogspot.com/2011/05/googling-street-view.html THE MORAL DILEMMA AS A CHARACTER TOOL:Message 1 of 222 , Jun 1, 2011View SourceUSING GOOGLE STREET VIEW TO CREATE SETTINGS:
THE MORAL DILEMMA AS A CHARACTER TOOL:
SURVIVING IN THE NEW WORLD OF PUBLISHING, PART TWO: Yet more from Kristine Rusch on how to survive the increasingly predatory world of traditional publishing. Another must read for all writers.
WHEN YOUR CHARACTER CHANGES FOR THE BETTER: The before and after scenes.
YET EVEN MORE LINKS: Elizabeth Craig’s incredible weekly listing of writing posts.
ENGLISH USAGE: This site is for serious questions about etymology, etc., and not about standard grammar, but it would be a valuable resource for historical writers who need to date a word usage that isn’t clarified in the OED.
AMERICAN MEDICAL LIBRARY ONLINE: Contains books from 1610 to 1920.
PARANORMAL BLOG: Authors of paranormal and fantasy fiction as well as experts on the paranormal blog here.
THE NONFICTION BOOK PROPOSAL:
USING SETTING TO “UPMARKET” YOUR BOOK:
ON THE PRICING OF EBOOKS:
STORY VERSUS CRAFT:
- PERFECT BOOK TITLES: http://blog.janicehardy.com/2014/02/titles-first-impression-novel-makes.html EMOTIONAL WOUNDS AND CHARACTERS:Message 222 of 222 , Mar 5 10:34 AMView SourcePERFECT BOOK TITLES:
EMOTIONAL WOUNDS AND CHARACTERS:
SECONDARY CHARACTERS, WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT:
BRUSH UP YOUR GRAMMAR, WHEN TO USE HYPENS WITH NUMBERS AND COLORS:
WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE YOUR MAIN CHARACTER MODERATELY LIKABLE:
SOCIAL MEDIA FOR PROMO, PART 2:
THE CUTE MEET IN A ROMANCE:
FIVE WAYS TO HOOK YOUR READER:
WHAT HAUNTS YOUR CHARACTER?
POINTS TO CONSIDER WHEN DEVELOPING A CHARACTER:
TIPS FOR CREATING UNLIKEABLE CHARACTERS A READER WILL RELATE TO: