I’m always on the lookout for great articles to further my understanding of the world of writing. I sometimes feel I’m in the most informal university studying everything I can find to help me understand how to write the very best books, self-publish them and then market them effectively. These articles are the ones my social media buddies thought were best this week.
Check them out and see what you think….
20 Most Popular Writing, Self Publishing And Marketing Articles – Week 36
2. Writing motivations via Novel Experience – http://bit.ly/1KG0fcB
3. On Writing And Mindset For Indie Authors With Susan Kaye Quinn | The Creative Penn – http://bit.ly/1K2ovCU
6. How to Write a Query Letter: A Literary Agent Explains – http://bit.ly/1JQcnI6
9. A Collection of 20 Articles to Help you Write a Book – http://bit.ly/1HInmmj
10. How Keeping a Diary Can Surprise You – http://nyti.ms/1TfP5Nf
11. How to Deal with Rejection – Write Nonfiction NOW! – http://bit.ly/1D20vuP
12. Is AutoCrit a Good Fit for Indie Authors? (Review) | All Indie Writers – http://bit.ly/1KUJWaz
13. Is Grammarly a Good Tool for Professional Writers? – http://bit.ly/1JQduaN
14. How to Create Shareworthy Twitter Images: 10 Ways to Maximize Engagement on Your Tweets – http://bit.ly/1H2VcNd
15. The ‘Bi-literate’ Brain: The Key to Reading in a Sea of Screens – http://bit.ly/1NL102y
16. Writing Habits & Routines, Filling The Creative – The Creative Penn – http://bit.ly/1CxNRcf
17. How Publishers Make Decisions About What to Publish: The Book P&L | Jane Friedman – http://bit.ly/1KUIyEO
18. Who Is Your Audience in Writing – http://bit.ly/1eHeaBC
19. Do You Want To Move From Author To Entrepreneur? Check Out The Self-Publishing Summit | The Creative Penn http://bit.ly/1L8PQVz
20. Like Finding Loose Change in the Sofa – how to check your foreign royalty rights – http://bit.ly/1CpGa7E
Well that’s this week’s writing advice on the world of writing – if you enjoyed this compilation, collated by Novel Experience, you’ll enjoy last week’s too – check it out here or check out the whole back catalogue here.
If you’d like me to submit one of your articles, or if you’ve read a great article and would like to share it with my other readers, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and, as long as it’s relevant, I’ll send it out and who knows maybe you’ll be included in next week’s top 20. Or, alternatively, you could just share it in the comments below.
Bye for now…