In my ever-expanding quest to keep myself so busy that I can’t work on my next story, I present to you the writerly musings of others from around the web this week (or so):[P.S. Interested in getting into my feed reader? Put a comment on this post along with your URL. I’ll add the lot and look for writerly goodness on your site!]
Dustin gave HNTW a plug on The Writer’s Technology Companion. I feel like I’m in some pretty illustrious company. Check it out! 22 Blogs Every Writer Should Read. Thanks, Dustin! More feeds for the mill!
Interesting list of notable books from the New York Public Library on the new Poets & Writer’s site. What’s interesting though is that I haven’t read a single book on the list (it’s all about me, right)… What have I been reading?
Nalo Hopkinson gave us these words of wisdom about getting the story DOWN:
Writing words is just writing words. Once I have it written, I can ask a few patient somebodies to read it and tell me what doesn’t ring true for them.
The Writing Journey has
two three good posts on the difference between writing for the Internet and writing for print. Very active comments too: