The Tuesday Five: Writing Process (June 25)

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Does Your Hero Have a Hidden Dark Side?
from Lauren Sapala at Lauren Sapala

Your Character Did WHAT?
from Fiona Harper at The Pink Heart Society

Writing Addicted Characters
from Lisa Daniels at Jennifer Lane

Write Scenes a Beat at a Time
from Carol Despeaux at onewildword

Writing Extra Scenes
from Jag Swiftstorm at From a Jagged Inkwell

Writing Exercise:

Writing Tension into a Scene from Vikk Simmons at Down the Writer’s Path

General Resource:

Writing Excuses

Opinions on Writing Advice:

50 Rantypants Snidbits of Random Writing & Storytelling Advice from Chuck Wendig at terribleminds

My Writing Advice? Take Less Advice from Blythe Woolston at Blythe Woolston

10 Things Aspiring Novelists Should Know from Amanda Patterson at Writers Write AND…
“10 Things Aspiring Novelists Should Know”…maybe. from Alma Alexander at AlmaNews

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The Tuesday Five: Writing Process (April 9)

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Writing Workout: The Grimm Way
from Esther Hershenhorn at Teaching Authors

Writers on Writing: “Thank God for Deadlines”
from Richard Nordquist at About.com: Grammar & Composition

The Write Stuff
from Mark Dalrymple at The Nerd Blog

Jerusha Cowless, Agony Aunt: “Does it matter that I don’t feel exposed?”
from Emma Darwin at This Itch of Writing

5 Legendary Writers Share Their Writing Advice
from Heather Price-Wright at policymic

The Daily Five: Thursday

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The Submission Portal is Now Open! (until October 14th)
From HARPER Voyager

Creating Momentum in Writing
From Adam Byatt at Write Anything

Any advice for a student who wants a career in writing?
From Anthony Bergen at Dead Presidents

My Experience in Self-Publishing
From Lissa Bilyk at The Book Lantern

The Surprises of Self-Publishing: How to Roll with it and Still Kick Booty
From Cara Alwill Leyba at Duolit
(Bonus: 15 Fanbase-Boosting Facebook Secrets)

Wednesday 5: Writing Process

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Some Ingredients You Need For a Powerful Novel (the first installment in a new series called On Writing)
From Cheryl Rainfield (guest-blogging on Where the (not-so) Wild Things Are)

Five Reasons You’re Burned Out on Your Writing – And What You Can Do About It
From DramaInc.TV

My Favorite Piece of Writing Advice
From Story Dam

A Reader-First Approach to Writing and Self-Publishing
From Kerry Wilkinson at FutureBook

– Part 1: You Are What You Love
– Part 2: Between the Perfect and the Real
– Part 3: Operating Narrative Machinery
Check back at Charlie’s Diary for Part 4.
From Cat Valente at Charlie’s Diary: A Numerical List of Loosely-Connected Thoughts on Writing (a 4-Part Series)