Hey, everyone. Time to wrap up another week. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Last week I wrote that my daffodils were getting ready to bloom. Sure enough, the first blossoms appeared over the weekend. Other perennials are beginning to grow, so I’ll soon be seeing more colors splashed about. Oh, and last Friday, I saw a tulip tree in full bloom.
During my morning drive to work, I often see beautiful sunrises. The other day did not disappoint.
Okay, I know I shouldn’t drive and take photos, but I sneak one in on occasion. Pretty isn’t it? But before I get long-winded, let’s have this week’s links:
On this site:
On Story Empire:
- Dual Use of Fiction Meta-Data Part Two – P. H. Solomon
- Presentations, Book Signings, Book Clubs – Mae Clair
- Using The Five Senses in Writing: Sight – Me
On Other Terrific Sites:
- How Do You Pick a Title – Kill Zone
- Don’t Give Your Readers a Reason to Reject Your Novel – Anne R. Allen
- The Leap From Non-Fiction to Fiction – Writers in The Storm
- How to Self-Publish on Amazon – Nicholas C. Rossis
- Six Things I Learned After Publishing My First Book – A Writer’s Path
- How Much to Authors Make – Nicolas C. Rossis
- Quick Guide to Image Copyright Issues – Writers in The Storm
- Create Conflict in Your Characters – Writer Unboxed
- More Americans Go to the Library Than the Movies – Nicholas C. Rossis
- 3 Rules to Raising Story Stakes – Fiction University
- An Opening First Line – Kill Zone
- How Premise Plays Into Theme – Writers Helping Writers
- 7 Ways to Overcome Story Implausibility – Writer Unboxed