This post is participating in the 10 Day Writing Blogger Challenge, Day Six.
Today I’m going to do both prompts for the day, as a blogger’s prerogative.
This post will profile writing websites I regularly read and how I read/share them.
Another round of links from the last week.
That’s two weeks in a row, possibly a record. Some of these links are older, but still doing the social media rounds.
For the second week in a row, some links. That'll do for the intro to this post.
At some point I stated this series of links would be intermittent. It’s been well over a month, maybe two. Now, that’s intermittency. But here’s a new lot of (for me) good reading for writers.
The following list has been put together in respect to the new writers I am doing a thriller writing course with via the Sydney Writer’s Centre. Many of the participants are new to the genre, and equally new to writing fiction.
I also use many more resources, but these are a very good basic pack of books, websites, blogs and information for starting off writing the thriller, doing the research necessary and structuring the mystery, suspense, thriller or crime fiction novel.
Links from this post (not the books) can all be found shared on the Thriller Writers Resources bundle on my account at bitly.
I return for this [very] intermittent series of shares. I'm still busy revising my novel and like many first time authors, underestimated the amount of revision and editing needed to get the book ready by oh – 1000 million percent. To keep me sane, I sometimes allow myself to read something else. Here's what I actually enjoyed:
More links, more love (maybe not so much for several articles below – can you tell which?)
A recommencement of my weekly series of sharing some links from the writing world. Below are some blogs and links I loved this last week, from the end of April, maybe before.
Via my friend Cas, who couldn’t embed the video on her blog. Based on that old “everybody wear sunscreen” piece. My unhelpful comment – I would have a laser printer, if only I could afford one. Still waiting a decade later for the prices to drop.