Friday Favorites

This Week’s Quote:
“Be sure you put your feet in the right place, then stand firm.” – Abraham Lincoln  

On Commitments, Participation and the Writing Community. From Writer Unboxed. By Jael McHenry. Read more… 

The Key To It All. From What It Takes-Steven Pressfield. By Callie Ottenger. Read more…

So What? Make Readers Care About Your Story. From Fiction University. By Janice Hardy. Read more…

Born to Paint? By Seth Godin. Read more…

Friday Favorites

This Week’s Quote:
“I decided that I would continue to write as long as I lived, even if I never sold one thing, because that was what I wanted out of my life.” – George Bernau (from the Art Of War For Writers, by James Scott Bell) 

Macro Resistance and Micro Resistance.  From Writing Wednesdays. By Steven Pressfield. Read more…

Moving Target…Using Thematic MacGuffins To Focus A Story. From Romance University. By Damon Suede. Read more…

Still Standing. Lessons Learned In 3 Decades in the “Arts”. By Bob Mayer. Read more…

Perfect#. By Seth Godin. Read more…

Friday Favorites

This Week’s Quote:
“I hated every minute of training, but I said, ‘Don’t quit. Suffer now and live the rest of your life as a champion.’” – Muhammad Ali 

11 Writer Survival Tools. From Writers In the Storm. By Fae Rowen. Read more…

Intuition & Writing: What Happens Next? From Writer UnBoxed. By Gwendolyn Womack. Read more… 

Give A Star A Star Speech. From Writing Wednesdays. By Steven Pressfield. Read more…

Like Riding A Bike. By Seth Godin. Read more…

Friday Favorites

This Week’s Quote:
“There are no limits to growth because there are no limits of human intelligence, imaginations, and wonder.” – Ronald Reagan 

Getting It Done. From Bad Girlz Write. By Brighton Walsh. Read more…

Exercises To Help You Create Fiction Not Friction. From Fiction University. By Bonnie Neubauer. Read more…

Writing Advice To Read. From iWrite Network. Read more…

The Hard Truth About Being a Professional Writer. By Kristen Lamb. Read more…

Save As Draft. By Seth Godin. Read more…

Friday Favorites

This Week’s Quote:
“Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.” – Og Mandino 

Stay Motivated With Writing Goals. From Fiction University. By Janice Hardy. Read more…

More About Endings. From iWrite Network. By Tristi Pinkston. Read more…

Botched Beginnings—Common First-page Killers. By Kristen Lamb. Read more…

Making Peace With Your Inner Critic. From Romance University. By Natalie Charles. Read more…

The Road To Imperfection. By Seth Godin. Read more…