Links for the Holiday

Here in the U.S., we’re heading into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Depending on how energetic I’m feeling, I might pop in with a post in the next few days, but it’s more likely that I’ll be happily ensconced on my couch with a huge stack of books for the duration.

So, I offer up some links to entertain. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you celebrating, and a wonderful weekend to the rest of you as well. Wishing you all good food, good company, safe travels, and much for which to be grateful.

World’s Top 10 Literary Cities – Not sure I agree entirely, but I’m happy to visit and check them all out.

A Checklist for Deep POV – Either 1st or 3rd person. Worth reading, whether or not you have POV issues.

Ninety-nine Weeks: A Fairy Tale – Ursula LeGuin. ‘Nuf said.

Thirteen Ways of Beginning a Novel – Nice round up, plus just entertaining to read.

Robert Crumb’s Favorite Macaroni Casserole – Fun recipes from writers, in honor of the food-happy holiday ahead.

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