My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday. I hope you’ve all been safe from the hurricane hitting the US east coast this week. We’ve certainly seen some extremes of weather in 2018.

This week, I got lots of writing done and had fun working a short story out of one scene from my novel, The Glade. I completely reworked one scene and have a short story in 5 scenes at 600 words each, making a 3000 word story in total, and it has a whole different twist and resolution … it’s still thriller/suspense, though 🙂 In addition, I have loads of ideas in the works.

I love this week’s quote from J K Rowling, and I love what I did with it in Photoshop even more, lol 🙂

That’s it from me. Have a wonderful weekend, and here are this week’s writing links. Take a look at the video from Nicholas Rossis’ website; it’s a good bit of fun for a Friday!


Pantsing Toward an Outline: A Hybrid Approach by P.H. Solomon

One of These Things is Not Like the Other by C.S. Boyack

Friday Book Share: Fame 232 by Joan Hall



All About Them Books from Nicholas Rossis … A video that’s great fun to watch and listen to 🙂

When to Leave Out the ‘That’ by Kathy Servian from Romance University

10 Building Blocks of a Psychopath by Sue Colletta

Have You Lost Touch With Your Avid Inner Reader? by Jenny Hansen from Writers in the Storm

Similes and Metaphors and the Difference Between Them from Just Publishing Advice

Occupation Thesaurus: Referee by Becca Puglisi from Writers Helping Writers … I know I say it most weeks, but this truly is a great resource for making characters with jobs

How to Become a Better Writer with Seven Easy Writing Skills from Just Publishing Advice

Characters in Conflict: Writing Advice from Kris Bock from Romance University

What You Can Accomplish With Determination by Orly Konig from Writers in the Storm

The Second-Person Point of View can Captivate Your Readers from Just Publishing Advice

Five Ways to Maintain Book Buzz While Writing and Managing Post-Pub Life by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping Writers

Applying TV Lessons to Chapter Hooks from Writers Helping Writers

What is the Subjunctive Mood and When Should You Use It? from Just Publishing Advice

Top 20 Tools for Writers at Every Level by Jenny Hansen from Writers in the Storm

Self Publishing Resources via The Write Stuff

Sometimes It’s Okay to Walk Away by Pippa Roscoe from Romance University

Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

0 0 votes
Article Rating
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Sue Coletta

Thanks for the shout-out, Harmony. Love the graphic! I’m envious that you got a lot of writing done this week. “Life” kept blocking me from the keyboard. Don’t you hate when that happens? Anyway, hope you’re enjoying your weekend!

Mae Clair

It sounds like you’ve had a productive writing week, Harmony. You can’t ask for better than that! 🙂

Happy Friday!!

Janet Gogerty

I love that saying, a pity JK thought of it first!

Staci Troilo

Great links and great quote, but dang! That’s a great graphic.

I’m glad the words are flowing for you. That’s great news. Happy weekend!

Jan Sikes

What a cool thing to do with the short story from The Glade. That is the beauty of words. We can move them around, change them, remove them or add to them and it can take the story in a whole new direction. Kudos to you!

CS Boyack

Sounds like you’re all powered up and moving forward.

Joan Hall

Oh, that’s a great idea. I’ve never thought about doing that. Have a great weekend!

D.L. Finn

I’ve had fun taking a short story from a book. The Glade is at the top of my reading list. Perfect time of year for it!