It’s already the first Friday of December. I don’t know what it’s like in your part of the country, but here in the midwest it’s freaking…winter, I guess. Rumors are flying that we’ll be buried in like seventeen feet of snow or something like that by this time next week, but who knows. If it happens, it’s just more time to write, right? Here are Five Links for ya!
1. Karen Woodward has a nice post on How to Tailor a Story to Readers. It’s sometime difficult to know your target audience, or the category your story falls into, and this post has some good advice.
2. Here’s a post from Lucy V Hay at Bang 2 Write with 3 Ways To Overcome Perfectionism by Rough Draft. It’s so important to remember that your first draft doesn’t need to be prefect. It just needs to be written.
3. Want to practice your craft a bit? Here are 9 Actionable Tips to Improve Your Writing Right Now by Pawan Kumar at Business2Community that are worth putting to action.
4. All writers, musicians, and artist should be aware of the potential risk of piracy. While I personally don’t think it’s anything you should spend too much time worrying about, it doesn’t hurt to know a little more it. Check out Piracy and the Self-Publisher by David Kudler at The Book Designer.
5. As a writer, are you using social media the right way? Check out this A-Z of Effective Social Media Prompts for Authors by Jay Artale at SelfPublishingAdvice.org.
And another week is in the books. Have a great weekend, set some goals, and get ’em done.
Have any writing links you’d like to share? Post them to the comments section!