It’s Friday! Let’s get right to it…
1. K.M. Weiland has a nice post at her awesome blog looking at anti-climatic endings, which are a problem we all face every now and then in our writing.
2. We all get angry sometimes, especially us writers who are trying to balance our writing with our family life and day job. (Often sleep is sacrificed.) With that in mind, here are 3 Ways Anger Can Be Constructive from Cameron Morrissey.
3. Are books getting longer? If you take a walk around the fantasy section at Barnes and Noble, it sure seems like it. But regardless of genre, according to the Guardian, A new survey of bestsellers and critics’ picks has concluded that the average book is now 25% bigger than 15 years ago.
4. I’ll tell you one thing I’m absolutely horrible at, and that is promoting my books. Never fear, however, as Just Publishing Advice has an article just for people like me: How To Promote Your Books, But Keep Your Friends.
5. We focus a lot on writing fiction here at Write Good Books, but The Creative Penn has an article on non-fiction that is worth a look: How To Write A Non-Fiction Book: A Step By Step Guide.
And that closes out this week. Have a great weekend, and as always keep reading and keep writing.