My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday. Another week done and dusted. Lots achieved despite that virus still hanging around, which it seems to be doing with everybody I know. Still no biopsy results, but the run of bloods came back fine except for raised white cells, which the doc wants to keep an eye on. Fiancé and I collected our wedding rings on Saturday, and the wedding is now just a smidge over 3 months away. Get butterflies every time I think about it, lol. Still making steady progress on my WIP, and this week’s quote resonated with me because I had days I had to force myself to sit and write, but once I started, I enjoyed it 🙂

Have a great weekend, everyone, and here are this week’s writing links …


FROM STORY EMPIRE

What is your Dream by Joan Hall

Write Large by Craig Boyack … the third in a great three-part series of posts

Friday Cover Share by Mae Clair

 

FROM AROUND THE WORLDWIDE WEB

Four Reasons to include Writing Prompts in Your Writing Regime by Becca Puglisi from Writers Helping Writers

The Key Components of a Compelling Character from Writers Helping Writers

New WordPress Formatting Options by Julie Glover from Writers in the Storm

Courting the Modern Muse: With Tarot by Anne Pisacano from Writers in the Storm

Using the Em Dash to Cheat at Punctuation from Just Publishing Advice … (take care with this one, though. You don’t want a book full of Em Dashes, lol)

8 Digital Marketing Forecasts for 2019 reblogged on Nicholas Rossis

Kindle Create now does ebook and Paperback from Nicholas Rossis

 


Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

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8 comments on “My Week in Review and Writing Links
  1. Staci Troilo says:

    That quote struck a chord with me. I’m one of those people who edits as I go, so it might take me a little longer, but I have a cleaner draft when I’m done. I’ve tried not to do that, but I can’t help it.

    Sorry the illness is lingering and you still don’t have your test results. Hope you feel better soon. Have a great weekend.

    • Harmony Kent says:

      Glad this week’s quote resonates. I’m finding it difficult not to edit as I go, but my writing is flowing much better for it. Have a great weekend ?

  2. CS Boyack says:

    Love the quote. Hope those test results hurry along.

  3. john howell says:

    Loved the quote. Explains my sloppiness. Have a great weekend, Harmony

  4. Jan Sikes says:

    I needed to read that quote, Harmony! I am trying so hard to get my WIP perfect as I go and as a result, I’m moving at a snail’s pace and getting hung up. I need to let go and just write! Thank you!!!

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