I can’t remember the exact occasion when I heard the Beatles on the radio. It was probably sometime in early 1964. My older brother was a big music fan and therefore, I was introduced to several singers and groups from that era. I was a big fan of the Four Seasons – until The Beatles came alone.
Decades later, I’m still a fan. A few weesk ago, Sirius announced they were counting down the top seventy-five Beatles songs from 1962-1966. Fans were able to vote and Sirius broadcast the show last weekend. I streamed it on my computer and listened to the entire 3.5 hours. Brought back a lot of good memories.
Needless to say, I didn’t do any writing that evening. However, I made good progress on my WIP. The end is almost in sight.
But now, it’s time for this week’s writing links.
From Story Empire:
- Plan For NaNoWriMo Success With Scrivener – P. H. Solomon
- Mystery, Horror, Suspense – C. S. Boyack
- Book Cover Friday: Ian Hamilton Mysteries by Carole Lawrence – Staci Troilo
From other great writing sites:
- How to Follow Your Dreams Through Writing – Nicholas C. Rossis
- 15 Things I Learned about Book Festivals – Julie Holmes
- 25 Sites For Fantastic Free Stock Photos – Just Publishing
- 5 Tips on Writing Trauma Backstory – Writers In The Storm
- Random Writes and Why I Love Them – A Writer’s Path
- Thoughts on Originality in Fiction – Writers In The Storm
- How to Use False Eyewitness Testimony in Thrillers – The Kill Zone
- So You’ve Moved Your Books to KDP Print: Now What – Nicholas C. Rossis
- 7 Steps to Publishing Success – Writers in The Storm
- The Top Four Pitfalls of Running a Newsletter – A Writer’s Path
- A Different Twist on Story Telling – The Kill Zone
- Writing an Epic Whodunit – Romance University
- Goodbye Google+ – Nicholas C. Rossis