A Few of Our Current Favorite Links

It’s been quite awhile since we’ve shared what we’re following here at Writers in the Storm, so we decided to give you the pre-summer list of places we’ve been hanging out lately. Maybe we’ll see you at one of them!

From Jenny Hansen:  In my humble opinion, Gene Lempp does the best writing mash-ups out there every Saturday – here’s his latest.

Kristine Kathryn Rusch on publishing and book sales: The Business Rusch: The End of the World As We Know It

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Pinterest by Amy Lynn Andrews

From Laura Drake:  5 Signs You’re about to Land an Agent:  http://internspills.blogspot.com/2012/06/five-signs-youre-about-to-land-agent.html

Jane Friedman – How to Impress an Editor: http://www.rachellegardner.com/2012/06/how-to-influence-editors-by-jane-friedman/

Writer Unboxed:  Hard Work and Getting Lucky – great inspirational post! http://writerunboxed.com/2012/06/10/hard-work-and-getting-lucky/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+WriterUnboxed+%28Writer+Unboxed%29

A new favorite:


From Sharla Rae:  Cowboy Kisses. blog of old west writers writing lots of research blogs

Petticoats and Pistols:  historical research and more

From Fae Rowen: I want to double down on Gene Lempp’s Saturday Treasure list . Jenny called it first.

Larry Brooks, fantasy and science fiction writer, just finished an eleven-part series deconstructing The Hunger Games at his storyfix.com site.  I find all his posts and articles very helpful.

For quick tips, Janice Hardy’s The Other Side of the Story: http://blog.janicehardy.com/

Do you have a favorite online “fix” that you’d like to share? Let us know where you’ll be hanging out this summer.

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12 Responses to A Few of Our Current Favorite Links

  1. Great post! Wonderful links. They are all so meaty. I could spend the day on this page.

  2. John Johnson says:

    My favorite, Thomasville Time at 4u1solo.us/wordpress/

  3. Each time WITS has this type of post, we are all enriched.Thanks for taking the time to link up to more resources 🙂

  4. Barbara DeLong says:

    OMG! So many links, so little time!!! But, I’m going to check out storyfix and Pixar’s 22 rules of storytelling. Finding Nemo, Cars and my all-time favorite Up! You can’t go wrong with Pixar!

  5. Gene Lempp says:

    You guys are totally awesome! Haven’t been watching my subs until today – what a wonderful surprise to find waiting for me. The blog love is absolutely mutual. Thanks much 😀

  6. Julie Glover says:

    I’ve found the best writing links from Gene Lempp’s Saturday post and Roni Loren’s Friday post. There’s always something worth clicking there.

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