Friday, September 23, 2011

10 Best Articles This Week for Writers 9/23/11

Happy Friday, everyone! A little housekeeping today before we get into the round-up.
The copy of Jennifer Brown's BITTER END goes to Anne Greenwood Brown.


The copy of Susan Beth Pfeffer's BLOOD WOUNDS goes to Halli Gomez.


And courtesy of the fabulous Georgia McBride, one copy of Pittacus Lore's THE POWER OF SIX goes to Lydia Sharp.


The other copy of Georgia's donation of Pittacus Lore's THE POWER OF SIX goes to Holly Dodd.
Ladies, please email me your smail addresses and Georgia and I will get your books out!


Happy reading,


Martina


After the Sale
Book Reviews
Congrats
Contests
Craft of Writing
Critiquing
Inspiration
Issues, News, and Trends
Just for Smiles
Self-Editing
Social Media
To Market
Other Weekly Round-Ups:
Did we miss anything? Anyone? Please leave a comment!

Happy reading and joyous writing,

Martina, Marissa and Clara

10 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I loved learning about Nicole's great news. And thanks for linking to Literary Rambles.

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  2. Amazing links on craft this week!!

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  3. Wow. Another great collection of links. Thanks so much for including mine! I can only imagine what your google reader looks like most days :) Thanks!

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  4. Thanks for the thanks, everyone. :D So nice to hear it! And Bluestocking, the google reader would have to be condemned on a daily basis if it wasn't for the fabulous Clara Kensie! We manage it between us, and I could not do it without her!

    Martina

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  5. I really enjoyed Lydia Sharp's post on characters crying (i.e. crying too much). And hey! what a nice surprise to see my own linky under Craft. Thanks. :)

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  6. Thank you so much for compiling these. It's nice to have a one-stop-shop on Fridays.

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  7. This is great! I'd already hit a few of these, but there are a lot here I missed! Speaking of issues, I responded to some talk about Writing Diversity in YA in my own blog, if that's on topic enough...;)

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