Saturday, September 12, 2009

Writing Links I Promised

Two weeks have passed since the workshop and my decision to pull out of the race for publishing, and I still feel I made the right decision. What does that say??

In an effort to carve that effort from my life, I've unsubbed from lists and newsletters not related to my role as ACFW Carolinas Area Coordinator, and cleaned out the writing folder in my Internet bookmarks. As you can see, I'm also making changes to this page. The writing links on the side bar are now gone, but if you've found your way here searching for excellent writing advice, check out the links below:

Must-Read Posts:

Common Writing Errors:

Novel Journey's Interview With Donald Maass

Seekerville on Strong Emotional Reaction

Ten Disciplines for Fiction Writers

Writing Blogs and Sites:

Advanced Fiction Writing

American Christian Fiction Writers

Blue Ridge Mnt Writers Conf (the link refused to fit into the width of this window)

Book Ends, LLC Literary Agency

Camy Tang's Story Sensei

Chip MacGregor

Grammar Girl

Jack Cavanaugh's Word Forge

Novel Journey

Sally Stuarts' Christian Marketplace

SC Writers Workshop Blog


Vonda Skelton on Writing

All have been a part of my life for various times over the past five years. My thanks to the authors for their sage advice.


Tina M. Russo said...

Thanks for the linkback to Seekerville.

I encourage you to follow your heart in all that you do.

Kimberli said...

Thank you, ma'am. I finally feel like I'm on the right track. I havent a clue what that is, but at least it feels right.

I intended to do this before I left ACFW, but I'd like to (and still plan to) thank everyone at Seekerville for all the fun, advice, and support you offer. Y'all are fantastic.

Camy Tang said...

Thanks for linking to Seekerville and my Story Sensei blog!

I'm with Tina--definitely follow your heart!

Kimberli said...

Thank you, Camy! And thanks again for leading the synopsis class. Not that I'm credible reference at the moment, lol, but it was quite helpful. The synopsis I wrote for this year's TBL contest was my best to date. My score wasn't half bad!

Vonda Skelton said...

Hi Kimberli! Thanks for linking to my Christian Writer's Den. It's been such a joy to have the site and hang out with other writers there! Be blessed, my friend!

Kimberli said...

You're welcome, Miss Vonda, and thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to share your experience and wisdom!