As promised, I’m back to the regular post this week. And here’s my quote for you, via Neil Gaiman.
Ah, Neil Gaiman. He knows his stuff.
I had good days and bad this week. All told, though, I can’t complain. I’ve recently downloaded Dragon, the dictation software, and if I can figure out all the glitchy issues I’m dealing with, I think it’s going to pay off. Big time.
As for the “nothing else matters” part, I’m not totally onboard. I think God, country, family, and friends matter more. But looking at the sentiment from a purely professional standpoint, I agree. Bad days are from Hell, but good days are a blessing.
Hoping you had a week filled with many good days, and wishing you even better days next week.
And now, this week’s links:
Posts by me, about my work, or at sites I contribute to:
- Suspenseful May Reads | Staci Troilo
- Dragon and Scrivener | Story Empire
- Birth of a Book Reviewer | Romance University
- Plants and Payoffs | Story Empire
- Internal and External Payoffs | Romance University
- Book Share: A 2-Fer | Story Empire
- Writing When Life Happens | Romance University
Posts by others in the industry:
- Great Definitions of Genre | The Editors Blog
- Ideal Length for Platform Posts | Blogging Bistro
- Three Book Titling Mistakes | Book Marketing Tools
- Conveying Long-Term Relationships in Fiction | Writers Helping Writers
- The Elevator Pitch | Standout Books
- Evoking Emotions in Readers | Live Write Thrive
- Platform Building with Article Writing | The Write Conversation
- Reviewers, Peers, or Readers? | Nicholas C. Rossis
- Indie Publishing News/Links | Don Massenzio
- Crafting a Love Interest | Well-Storied
- Scrivener Pros and Cons | Tauri Cox
- Email List Maintenance | Fiction University