This Week’s Best Writing Posts 3/9-3/15

I was behind on my reader, so some of these are older than a week, but they were too good to pass up.

Story Junkie by Keirsten White.  Loved her account of why she writes.

Being Evil: Plotting from the Antagonist’s Perspective by Janice Hardy.  Love this.  Love this, love this, love this.

“Yawsuhh, I’ze gwine gogitzome skrimps teat.” I would never write this by John Ramsey Miller .Thank you.  I hate reading dialect.

In the beginning by Elena Johnson.  By now, you should know how much I adore structure.

Stuck In A Creative Funk? Try These 12 Tips by Jeff Goins.

Questions For Your Beta Readers by Jodi Renner.  I might actually start using this when I read other people’s stuff.  It’s such a great guide.  (Another good one this week, along the same lines is by Carly Watters.)
Anatomy of A First Draft by Dianne K. Salerni.  I’m including this solely for the dead possum analogy.

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