The weekend is here, and so is another edition of Five Links Friday. Enjoy!
1. Let’s start of with a post by Laura Vanderkam making the point that The Earlier You Start Writing, The Better at The Reading Lists. I couldn’t agree more, and one of my biggest regrets is that I waited so long to start writing.
2. Here’s a post on Writer’s Digest worth reading: 3 Myths That Hinder Creativity—and How to Conquer Them by Gabriela Pereira.
3. Action Beats? Kathy Steinemann has a great article showing that they are More than Dialogue Tag Surrogates.
4. And just because I’m in a mood for horror today (and every day :0) here are 10 Works of Literary Horror You Should Read by Emily Temple at Literary Hub.
5. “Prologues are bad” is becoming the new “Adverbs are bad” but how bad are they really? Here is Adam Hughes from The Moonlight Writer with a look at the question Should I Use a Prologue for My Book?
That does it for this week. I’ll be back next week with some new posts, a new podcast, and a new outlook 🙂 Hope you have a great weekend, and see ya soon!