A look back at some interesting topics this week.
5 Writing Tips from Chelsea Cain:
Writing tips are like mini skirts. Sometimes they fit perfectly, sometimes they make you cry, and sometimes you can reuse the material and sew yourself a pillow or something. Maybe a few of these will work for you. I hope so. Personally I think you’d look very nice in a mini-skirt. read more…
From Steven Pressfield Online:
The headline stared out from the magazine rack in the check-out line. Beyond the guess-which-celebrity-has-the-worst-beach-body headlines was:
Panic. Depression. Psychosis.
How Connection Addiction Is Rewiring Our Brains
It was splashed across the top of Newsweek. Read more…
From SOS Aloha.com:
Celebrate Little Victories
Every Saturday, I celebrate little victories … to appreciate the good that came my way. Today I celebrate a BIG victory following the RWA National Conference. Read more…
A Rainbow Of Happy Endings In Ethnic Romances
Romance fiction is the Rodney Dangerfield of the publishing world: It don’t get no respect.
This, despite the fact that romance is the most consistently profitable genre in an unsettlingly shaky business. Last year, romance alone contributed more than $1 billion to publishing’s diminished coffers. And a growing amount of that income comes from romances written by ethnic writers for ethnic readers. Read more…