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.
Great post! Wonderful links. They are all so meaty. I could spend the day on this page.
That’s high praise, Kristi. Thanks!
My favorite, Thomasville Time at 4u1solo.us/wordpress/
Thanks for sharing this one, John. I read many of the posts. Wonderful read.
I’ve never visited there, John…thanks for the link.
Each time WITS has this type of post, we are all enriched.Thanks for taking the time to link up to more resources 🙂
Thanks for letting us know. We hadn’t done one in a long time and I knew we had some good new ones to share.
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!
I’m going to be checking that one too, Barb. 🙂
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 😀
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.
Thanks for this, Julie. I’ve been a fan of Gene’s for a long time. I’ll go check out Roni’s list today.