My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday. It’s been a productive week here, and I managed to get my 2nd crutch decorated for the wedding. I even took pictures of each stage so that I can post the how to … which I’m sure I’ll get around to one of these days! 😉 No biopsy results as yet, so I’m taking no news as good news. I had a load of bloods taken yesterday and will find out those results next week. Steady writing achieved too, which is always a bonus. My WIP now stands at a smidge under 31,000 words. I fell in love this week’s writing quote 🙂

We have some good links this week with useful info. And we have Craig Boyack visiting us tomorrow to showcase his latest book Voyage of the Lanternfish. I look forward to reading that one.


Are You a POV Snob? by Mae Clair

How to Convert Your MS Using Kindle Create by Harmony Kent

Friday Writing Question by P.H. Solomon



Fantasy Sub-genres from Nicholas Rossis

Therapy Dogs for Struggling Readers from Nicholas Rossis

Bookful: An AR Book App from Nicholas Rossis

Dear Author: Stop Giving Everything Away … reblogged on Don Massenzio

Make Your Copyright Page Pop … reblogged on Don Massenzio

Author Earnings Crash from Just Publishing Advice

Common Self-publishing Blunders from Just Publishing Advice

When is the Best Time to Start Your Book Marketing? by Penny Sansevieri from Writers In The Storm

The Ingredients of a Best-selling Book by Doug Lewars from Ryan Lanz

How to Get Emotion onto the Page from Writers Helping Writers

Best Tips for Sticking with a Writing Project from Meg Dowell

Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

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Mae Clair

Wishing you all the best, Harmony. You deserve only roses and sunshine!

Jan Sikes

Fantastic quote, Harmony! Sounds like a most productive week for you! Thanks for the recap and the links.

Harmony Kent

Glad you enjoyed the quote, Jan. Have a great weekend ?

D.L. Finn

That is a perfect quote and so very true! I like the no news is good news, too. The crutches sound cool can’t wait to see them. Have a great weekend.

Janet Gogerty

I love that saying, it never occured to me, but if all WAS what it seemd there would not be much story.

Staci Troilo

Praying for the best test results possible. And YAY! on the crutches. Can’t wait to see pics.

Looking forward to tomorrow’s post.

CS Boyack

Yay! Hope your results are all benign. I’ll be here bright and early tomorrow. Well, as early as Otto makes me get up and fix his breakfast.

john howell

Thanks for all the links, Harmony. You have had a big week.