And we’re back with another set of links to share for the weekend. This was a pretty good week over here, as I attended the Nebraska Writers Guild Spring Conference, and then spent the rest of the week going over the galley for the upcoming novel.
Anyhow, enough about me. Here are the links!
1. Janice Hardy’s Fiction University has a great piece of advice that has never dawned on me before: Make the Most of Accidental Foreshadowing. Good stuff.
2. Here’s a great video post from K. M. Weiland looking at how to Make Readers Love an Unlikable Character—And Hate a Likable One.
3. So, You Want to Make Money as a Writer? Well, that’s why we’re here. Check out this post from Denise Drespling for some options.
4. I always push the idea of setting a daily writing goal, but rarely push the idea of a daily word count goal, because it usually just doesn’t work for me. I guess I’m not alone in that way of thinking. Check out Why Daily Word Counting Isn’t a Good Strategy for Everyone by Helen Boswell at Thinking Through Our Fingers.
5. And let’s close out this week with another How I Got My Agent post, this time from a really inspirational post by Jennifer Hawkins.
Have a great weekend and make the most of it. With the novel back in the hands of the publisher, I’m hoping to finish a short story in the next couple of days. What about you?