I have posts about writing links all through the blog. I tried to make a regular thing, but sometimes, I just don't find anything that I want to link to and sometimes, I was too busy that week to look at the sites I follow. So, like some of the other stuff I post, I'll just start numbering them. I will try to stick to Fridays for these posts though. I do like some structure.
I also want to make some kind of list to make them easier to find. There are some I'd like to refer back to...
Anyway, here are some links I found recently that I'd like to share. Enjoy!
Writing References: http://its-a-writer-thing.tumblr.com/post/141182750389/writing-references
How a Character’s Choice of Clothing Benefits the Story: http://its-a-writer-thing.tumblr.com/post/140707895113/how-a-characters-choice-of-clothing-benefits-the
Hi! Could you give me some advice on how to lengthen chapters/scenes without making them boring? I always seem to struggle with length...: http://its-a-writer-thing.tumblr.com/post/140670155439/hi-could-you-give-me-some-advice-on-how-to
I've heard a good advice that says 'Take the book you love and read it like writer.' I have this book now and I wanted to ask just how exactly do I take it apart? I want to have some kind of plan to tackle it and understand why exactly I loved it and why I still remember it as something great. I want to learn but I'm not sure how.: http://its-a-writer-thing.tumblr.com/post/140657843838/ive-heard-a-good-advice-that-says-take-the-book
10 Ways to Make Everyone Root for Your Amoral Protagonist: http://io9.gizmodo.com/10-ways-to-make-everyone-root-for-your-amoral-protagoni-1445692961
5 steps for remaining calm and dealing with writing feedback: http://misprintedpages.com/2016/03/11/5-steps-for-remaining-calm-and-dealing-with-writing-feedback/