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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14 comments on “My Week in Review and Writing Links
  1. Mae Clair says:

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

  2. Jan Sikes says:

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

  3. D.L. Finn says:

    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.

    • Harmony Kent says:

      So glad you like the quote and sentiment, Denise. I’ll be sure to post the crutches tutorial soon! Have a fantastic weekend ?

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

  5. Staci Troilo says:

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

    Looking forward to tomorrow’s post.

  6. CS Boyack says:

    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.

  7. john howell says:

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

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