My Week in Review and Writing Links

Hello everyone. Happy Friday! For some reason, this has felt like a loooonnng week, lols, and I’m so glad it’s nearly the weekend. My birthday came and went, and now I’m another year older, and as a certain Mr J Howell commented last week, I can now vote!! **crying laughing**. One of my presents was money for a nice pair of earrings, which I’ve allocated to my wedding-day accessories. I’ve got a pair on order, and here’s a sneak peek (you can click on the pic to make it bigger) …

that’s as much as I’m giving away on that front! Busy working, I haven’t finished the short story yet (the one I mentioned last week with the meteor and the shoplifter), but I did get 1200 more words written on it as well as three blog posts scheduled ahead of time, so I’m content for now. Happily, I have learnt that even blog posts still count as writing! Oh, and I did write another 2300 words on the scary story I started earlier this year–The Switch. It seems that putting it on hold while I gathered more steam has done the trick, and I hope to crack on with that over the next month or two. I’ll share the unedited prologue with you on Tuesday next week 🙂 As per the quote, Stephen King would be proud, as I’ve done loads of reading … I dove into one of my birthday books that I’ve been waiting for! In my down time, I read and read and read, lols. Anyway, that’s my news for this week, and so on to the links from around the web …


Write What You Want by Joan Hall

On This Day by little ole me … dates for 2019 as well as looking back historically for novel ideas.

Writing Question by P. H. Solomon



Spy Novels: How to Nail the Character of an Espionage Hero by Piper Bayard from Writers Helping Writers

Looking for a Free Book Cover Creator? from Just Publishing Advice

Occupation Thesaurus by Angela Ackerman from Writers Helping Writers … I love this series

Sometime vs Some Time or Sometimes Grammar Confusion from Just Publishing Advice … An-easy-to-understand article.

SSL Security and Social Share Accounts from Nicholas Rossis

Uniqueness V. Productivity in Writing by Paula Hicks from Nicholas Rossis

How To Use Deep Point Of View Without Tying An Anchor To The Pace Of Your Novel by Lisa Hall-Wilson from Writers In The Storm

Story Empire (Co-authored)

Harmony’s Amazon Author Page

Twitter: @harmony_kent

LinkedIn: Harmony

Goodreads: Author Page

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john howell

Have a lovely weekend, Harmony. The earrings are very pretty.

Staci Troilo

How the heck did I miss your birthday? Such a terrible friend. I’m so sorry! I hope it was the best one yet. The earrings are lovely. And the perfect gift for the day.

Thanks for the great links. Happy weekend!

Jan Sikes

The earrings are stunning, Harmony! Wow! Congrats on all the progress. Love the Stephen King saying. I was a reader LONG before I ever attempted to write. Thanks for sharing.

Joan Hall

You keep turning out the words, Harmony. That’s great. Hope you have a wonderful weekend.