Friday Links

Happy Friday, everyone! Not sure where the week went. Not sure where the month went, to be honest. Time just keeps flying along. So, here’s wishing you all a lovely weekend, productive or restful or whatever makes you smile. Meanwhile, I’ve a few fun and informative links for you to check out. Enjoy!

An Attempt at a Definition of a “MFA Story” – What people mean when they throw around this term.

Writing Advice from Anne Lamott – Some wisdom from the author of BIRD BY BIRD and other favorites.

Do We Need Stories? – I suspect you know my answer, but Tim Parks has some interesting thoughts.

Rethinking the Literature Classroom – A look at how we approach the teaching of books.

Ghosts Are Real, At Least in Publishing – In response to the recent discussion of the use of ghost writers for celebrity cookbooks, one ghost writer talks about the various levels of assistance these writers provide.

Literary Style: 15 Writers’ Bedrooms – A fun range of decor and authors both. I’m partial to Hemingway’s bed…

Deb Marlowe on Regency Gardens – Some lovely photos as well as information — great for anyone who reads or writes Regency-era historical novels.

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  1. Thank you so much for linking to Deb’s guest post on our blog! We absolutely loved being able to host such an informative and interesting article on gardens. Much appreciated.

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