It’s like already December. And I see I haven’t posted in a week, so…ick. But I had a good excuse; I was helping someone start an exciting new project, so let’s all wish her the best.
And with that said, here is another edition of Five Links Friday. Enjoy!
1. Let’s start with some writing tips from Joanna Penn at The Creative Penn on What Is Emotional Shielding and Why Does it Matter For Your Character?
2. I often get caught bashing my head into a wall while writing. Who hasn’t, right? Here are Six other examples of Writers Injured While Writing by Emily Temple at Lithub.com.
4. Bleh. Who cares about your characters? Nobody, if you can’t create empathy for them. Here’s a post by Ruthanne Reid at The Write Practice with some help: How to Show Empathy and Create Relatable Characters.
5. Finally, let’s end with some tips on How to Avoid Writer’s Block When Writing Your Thesis at First Editing. This holds up for fiction, as well.
And that’s it for the week. I don’t usually take a week off from the blog, so for those of you who haven’t forgotten about the site in the last 7 days, thanks for returning! We’ll be back new week with a new podcast (Episode # 50!!!) and some other stuff too. Have a great weekend, and see ya soon!
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