Happy Friday, everyone! Despite technically being a short week, it took forever to get to the weekend. Not quite sure what’s up with that. However, I’m prepared with an assortment of links to distract you until that final gong signals you’re free to go play. Of course, if you work in publishing, land of Summer Fridays, that will be sooner rather than later.
Wishing you all an enjoyable weekend, filled with fun and sun, or at least some wonderful reading and writing. Enjoy!
Camp Nanowrimo kicks off today – Nano’s not just for November anymore, you know. Write a novel over the month of June. Or, if you’re not quite prepared to start today, they’ll be doing another camp session in August.
10 Literary Bars in Manhattan – In honor of Book Expo America, Shelf Awareness offers up this fun list of NYC watering holes with some sort of literary affiliation.
7 Editing Questions to Make Work Sparkle – A list of things you should ask yourself when you’re polishing up the Great American Novel.
How to Respond to Negative Reviews – Some terrific advice on facing negativity with grace from author Beth Revis.
6 Reasons Editors Will Reject You – Agents aren’t too fond of these things either.
4 thoughts on “Friday Links”
Oooh, all interesting links. Although I take a dim view of NaNoWriMo. I think most of us would be better served by a NaNoREADMo. And I’d pick a month with thirty-one days, too.
I know you’re busy, but I nominated you for a Reader Appreciation Award. Thanks so much for all your helpful posts!
Thank you so much! How sweet of you! I’m so glad you find my ramblings helpful. 🙂
Wasn’t Beth Revis’ piece just wonderful!?
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