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Friday Features #2

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Here are all the writing goodies I found for this week. I especially recommend the last article, but these are all really helpful. 
Inspiration/Research

M is for Mongols by Caitlin Nicoll at Logically 
O is for Olmec by Caitlin Nicoll at Logically 
Q is For Qin Dynasty by Caitlin Nicoll at Logically
Writing Advice
Have You Written Before? by C. Hope Clark at C. Hope Clark 

Stop Being So Busy by Joe Bunting at The Write Practice
Perfecting Your First Page by Jane Friedman at Jane Friedman

How (Not) to Write Great Characters by Ava Jae at Writability
Why Creatives Need to Criticize Each Other More by Joe Bunting at The Write Practice 

15 Ways to Write Tight by Barb Sawyers at Write to Done
Video Games vs. Books by Mooderino at Moody Writing 

Whose Story Is It? by Mooderino at Moody Writing
Do You Read What You Want to Write? by Ava Jae at Writability
How to Shorten a Novel Manuscript Which is Too Long by B. McKenzie at Superhero Nation  
How To Finish Writing a Novel by Ava Jae at Writability
The Unanswered Call by Sommer Leigh at Sommer Leigh
13 Ways to Develop a Story That’s Too Short by B. McKenzie at Superhero Nation
How To Write A Novel Without Selling Your Soul by Joanna Penn at The Creative Penn
Building Your Author Platform
April Platform Challenge: Day 23 by Robert Lee Brewer at My Name is Not Bob
April Platform Challenge Day 27 by Robert Lee Brewer at My Name is Not Bob 
11 Powerful Networking Groups for Authors by at Wise Ink Blog
Should You Focus On Your Writing Or Your Platform? by Jane Friedman at Writer Unboxed
How To Connect With Book Clubs by Julie Cantrell at The Writer’s Alley
Publishing
Is Your Work Commercially Viable? by Jane Friedman at Jane Friedman
4 Reasons to Write Several Books by Rachelle Gardner at Books and Such

Did you come across some exceptional writing articles this week? Please share them in the comments!

About the Writer

Yesenia Vargas

I write books (now working on the second) and blog helpful tips for indie authors, book updates, and other fun stuff. In addition, I'm a copyeditor and proofreader. In my pretty much nonexistent spare time, I read on my Kindle Fire, attempt to stay active, and watch Netflix. I live in Georgia with my daughter and fiance.


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Comments

  1. mooderino says:

    Hi Yesenia,

    Nice blog you've got here, and thanks for including me on your list of useful links. Hope to visit again now that I'm following.

    mood
    Moody Writing
    @mooderino
    The Funnily Enough

  2. Thanks mooderino! I enjoy reading your blog as well. Lots of helpful posts. Sounds like you have lots of writing experience under your belt.

    I'm a newbie still (only one novel written). So this blog is about helping other writers like me through the lessons I'm learning through my own writing as well as sharing useful writing resources that I come across. Hope too see you back!

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