Sitting in an In Print writer’s group meeting this afternoon, I heard our speaker Don Gingold of Sprocket Websites talked about marketing. One of the sites he referred to included this article about moderation.
Practicing Moderation with Your Marketing (and Why It Matters) | Social Media Today
Crime writing is a big book category in Britain and here are this year’s Dagger award winners. As always, I like to look to winners for inspiration.
Daggers crime writing awards presented to ‘the best of the best’ | Books | The Guardian.
When I was younger, and at times in college, I made attempts to keep a journal. I would put their contents in the category of “warm-up drills.” Some swear by them. Here’s an argument for using one.
The Most Obvious Writing Tool You’re Not Using.
There are some good ideas on this list. I’m not sure they’re all “must-haves,” but I’ve found a couple useful.
#MondayBlogs: 6 Must-Have Tools/Apps For All The Writers And Editors Out There | Shannon A Thompson.
Whether you need a blog post or writing prompt, here are 30 ideas you can use to get started when you feel temporarily uninspired or want a break from another project.
30 Inspiring Blog Post Ideas For Writers – Writers Write