by Jenny Hansen
All of us at Writers In The Storm had so much FUN in April…did you? We had amazing guest posts (thanks Tara Taylor Quinn and Pamela Kaye Tracy!), the sweeping Safari Journal from Fae Rowen and some amazing blogs on Writing Craft.
How could we possibly top April’s Awesomeness, you might be asking yourself? We’ve already started with Lyn Horner’s post on going the e-pub route, the latest in her Publishing With Amazon series. There will be another blog from Lyn in the coming weeks so stay tuned…
We’re going to hit our 100th post in May. Hmmm, that’s exciting!
There will be more blogs and special guests…that’s really exciting.
However, May's BIG highlight will be the Going To The Chapel Contest we’re rolling out mid-month. (My secret title is “Holy Cow, I’m At The Chapel?!" but y’all know how I am…) At least four of us will provide you with the first line of your Wedding Story – you pick the genre that suits you and run with it. There will be more details in the coming weeks, but dust off those pens and GET READY TO WRITE!
Without further ado, I’ll move on to the Mash-up of Magnificence. We hope you enjoy the links!
- Should You Ever Requery an Agent?
- Up Your (Story) Game - 7 Tips
- The Confidence Demon
- Breakout prompts from Donald Maass
- 3 Edgy Tips to Make Your Story More Compelling
- How to meet literary agents on the web
- Agent Jennifer Laughran on Agent Agreements/Contracts
- Writing About Magical Weapons
- Harper Collins president speaks on e-book sales
- Happy May Day or Beltane, a bit of Druid history
- Choosing Our Path – Genre Matters by Kristen Lamb
- My 3 Words for 2011 – by Chris Brogan (I need to adopt this practice NOW)
- Jody Hedlund’s 5 Foundational Areas to Focus On For Intense Growth
- Awesome Video Clips from Bob Mayer (the Conflict Lock ROCKS!)
- Publishing, POD, eBooks, Self-publishing – Indie Editor FAQ by Victoria Mixon
What are the most helpful blogs you’ve come across lately? Thought provoking? Intriguing? We love hearing from you…please share with us in the comments section below.
Thanks for stopping by!