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Atticus Told Me (Or, A Great Big List of Links)



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Harper Lee said something like "Atticus told me to delete the adjectives and I'd have the facts", but we can't always rely on our characters to lead us down the right path. That's where the beauty of our community really comes through. Whether it be writing bloggers like me, or authors divulging lessons they've learned along the way, we have a plethora of different sources to turn to.

So, I thought I'd compile a list of some of the posts and such that I've found helpful lately. I'll add more to it as time goes on, and hopefully, you find these interesting at least.

WRITING


Click: What Veronica Roth learned about explanations from Project Runway.

Click: Maggie Stiefvater gives us ten writers dissecting their earlier drafts and final drafts.

Click: Nick Mamatas on 10 pieces of advice writers need to stop giving the aspiring.

Click: Has Word affected the way we work? An article at the Guardian.

Click: A post at Omnivoracious about writing cross-culturally, including the pros and cons.

Click: Nova Ren Suma talking about creativity.

Click: Malinda Lo on writing lesbians when you're not one.

Click: Veronica Rossi on endings and juxtaposing them with your beginnings.

Click: Opening chapters at the Kill Zone.

Click: 25 Things You Should Know About Story Structure

Click: 5 Attitudes Toward Publishing You Should Avoid

Click: Research vs. Observation at the Writer Unboxed

Click: 8 Laws Named for Writers (incl. Gaiman's Law, Poe's Law, etc.)

Click: Scott Egan on why pitching is a job interview.

Click: The Bookshelf Muse on creating a platform that sticks.

READING


Click: Judy Berman from Flavorwire on 10 legendary bad girls of literature.

Click: Emily Temple on 10 cult literary traditions for die-hard fans.

Click: Sarah Rees Brennan on why love triangles are so popular.

Click: Kirsten Hubbard on the text on the back of the book and who writes it.

Click: Cassandra Clare on 'the secret world kids teens from adults' at the Wall Street Journal


So, guys, have you found any sites or posts lately that have been helpful? Anything you've come across that was interesting? Comment below and link up!

1 comments:

Madeline Jane at: February 6, 2012 at 3:38 AM said...

Oooh, thanks for sharing! I could sit and read blog posts all day. I like to pretend that's a good thing. :)

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