Happy Friday, everyone! This week’s link list is a bit on the sparse side. I’m afraid most of my internet time was hijacked by things exploding, both literally — Boston, Texas — and figuratively — the U.S. Senate. Still, I do have a few offerings to entertain and inform you, so I hope you enjoy them. Have a wonderful weekend!
By Its Cover – 5 designers on book covers that inspire them.
The Questionable Fates of Famous Authors’ Birthplaces – There’s a disturbing number of Starbucks on this list.
Did Shakespeare Love the Cruellest Month? – Germaine Greer on the Bard and April.
And a quick reminder that I’m teaching a webinar next week through Writer’s Digest: Conquer the Dreaded Synopsis: Construct Your Ultimate Sales Tool. There’s still time to sign up, so head on over to register or pass the word along to your writer friends who might be interested.
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Wish I could do the synopsis webinar- will be on a plane then. Keep the great posts coming; they are very useful.
You might want to consider registering anyway, even if you can’t attend live. Everyone who signs up for the live version will receive an email packet with the presentation and an audio recording of the entire webinar a week or two after the class, and you’ll still be eligible for the synopsis critique.
Another useful Friday post – thoughts to all over the pond with recent terrible events.
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