#WritingWednesday Author and blogger resources week 6

Writing Wednesday

As I said before, these most likely won’t come weekly, but here is another new one! All sorts of different resources, from writing, to social media and the publishing business. Let’s do this!

 

Writing:

Post-Binary Gender in SF: Introduction -> Gender non-binary and other cool gender things in SF. No fuss, down to earth and from someone who knows what they are talking about. The first post of the series is also online Post-Binary Gender in SF: Mission Child by Maureen F. McHugh.

Sick systems: How to keep someone with you forever -> You’ll need an emotional stable state and a strong stomach to read this. The article is about how people stay in relationships (with partners or in jobs) that are damaging and toxic to them because they are simply too drained to get out of it. Very confronting and very interesting when you can apply it to your writing, but you might want to read it in a few sittings.

Hatch’s Plot Bank -> All you need is a random number generator and you’re ready to go for your new story! Some very cool and interesting plots in here!

 

Social media:

10 Facebook Penalties That May Be Decreasing Your Fan Reach -> Facebook, we keep talking and reading about it because it can be so hard to figure out. This one has some real hands-on information that you can use immediately.

 

Publishing business:

NYC vs. HEA -> About female authors that don’t feel the need to be part of Literary New York, they want to write and sell. A nice look at the publishing world at the moment.

Is the “Publishers’ Monopoly” Broken? Writing on the Ether -> More on the changes in the publishing world and some funny and interesting data. Some interesting people are quoted both from trad and indie publishing.

 

That’s it for this week! Don’t forget that I’ve got a giveaway running because of a new cover for one of my books: Magical Roads has a new cover and I’m doing a #giveaway!!!

Cheers!

 

Kia

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