Larry Brooks, at storyfix.com
, looks at five scary truths about writing that are actually good news. I found his take on Pantsers vs. Plotters hysterical.
Angela, at The Bookshelf Muse, addresses the Seven Deadly Sins of Novel Writing.
Have a great weekend!
Thanks for the links! You always have some great ones!
Thanks so much for posting this.I enjoyed reading it and learned a few things -- all rolled up with a chuckle.
OOo I'll have to check these all out! :) Thnx Susan! hugs today for you from Chlo-Jo and me! :)
Seven deadly sins, huh????
Thought we had another post-mortem Lawrence Sanders novel.
Will get there, girl!
You have a great weekend.
Hi Susan -
I enjoyed that article as well. He has some good insights when it comes to crafting a story.
Hi Sherrinda -
You're welcome. Have a great weekend!
Hi Jaime -
Thanks for stopping by and commenting. I chuckle at your cute posts on Facebook about life with Miss Chlo-Jo. :)
Hi Patti -
The title does grab your attention, doesn't it?
Have a great weekend!
Two great links, thanks! Have a wonderful weekend.
Hi Karen -
I'll have to get out there and find more. :)
Have a great weekend, Susan!
Hi Kristen -
Thanks for stopping by. :)
Than you always for your links--you always give me something to go look at. Hope you are well and that something opens up soon on the job market. Want mine?? hate it!
Hi Terri -
I'm so sorry you're having problems with your job. Maybe you can look for something else. It's easier to land a job when you have one.
Praying for you, my friend. I've had more interviews, but no offers yet.
Those were both very good posts. What goes into writing, (especially fiction,) is more than I ever dreamed. And I did read books and articles on it before launching out into the deep waters. It certainly is not for the faint-hearted. I congratulate anyone who still goes on writing their manuscript, knowing the odds.
Hi Nancy -
I'm always amused when someone thinks they can just whip up a novel. Writing is one of the toughest things I've ever done.
On my way to read the hysterical article about pantsters vs. plotters. I can always use an extra dose of hysteria!
Hi Jen -
Hope you thought it was as funny as I did. :)
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