Friday Links

Another weekend is upon us! I hope you’ve all had a wonderful, productive week, and have some excellent weekend plans lined up… including a bit of writing, of course. Those of you working at the March Madness Challenge, congratulations for making it this far. You’re more than two-thirds through the month and, whatever pace you’ve been keeping, you should have some good things to show for your efforts. If you feel like you’ve been slacking a bit, well, don’t worry. There’s still more than a week left in March for you to wrack up those words. Just put your time in each day.

But I know you’re all here for links! I’ve got a nice selection this week, and I hope they inspire you to great things. Happy writing, everyone!

Michael Chabon at Town Hall – The author spoke about writing his first novel as part of a celebration for The New York Review of Books‘ anniversary last month.

I Pity the Fool – A great discussion about diversity in SFF at Elizabeth Bear’s blog, featuring a wonderful list of suggested reading both in the post and in comments.

Pro Series: Writing Your First Book – A lovely look at one writer’s experience of writing her first book, by blogger Tara Austen Weaver.

15 Movies Starring Bookstores – If you’re looking for a DVD to rent this weekend…



One thought on “Friday Links

  1. I’ve slacked this week due to some vicious migraines from Monday to Wednesday. But I did write Wednesday and Thursday.

    But now I’m debating whether or not I should go on with my 31k goal, since I got some news this morning that said that I’ll have to go into revision mode soon.

    Hm. :-/

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