Welcome to my Monday morning mashup, where I post links to information I found interesting or useful in the previous week. Below, I’ve listed a few appetizers to whet your writerly appetite for the coming Thanksgiving week:
Kristen Lamb posts some of the most useful advice and information I’ve seen yet on social media. I recently purchased her book, We Are Not Alone – The Writer’s Guide to Social Media. I am still in the process of reading it. (watch for a review!) but so far, it’s full of practical, easy-to-follow information about how to establish an online presence.
The link below is on PLATFORM. According to Kristen, it’s not just for non-fiction writers anymore.
This is a blog by author and teacher, Suzannah Windsor Freeman. I subscribe and I look forward to its emails that are always full of helpful information for writers. Here’s a mashup within a mashup — a list of 23 websites that will make your writing stronger:
This award-winning blog by Elizabeth Spann Craig regularly posts information that is useful to all writers – not only those who write in the mystery genre. I especially liked this post about what NOT to listen to in a critique. The guest blogger, Anne R. Allen, states:
“A critiquer should tell you what’s right with a work as well as what’s wrong.”
This is something we as critiquers too often don’t remember. Here’s the link to the post: