Twitterific Writing Links

by Elizabeth S. Craig, @elizabethscraig

Twitterific writing links are fed into the Writer’s Knowledge Base search engineBlog (developed by writer and software engineer Mike Fleming) which has over 30,000 free articles on writing related topics. It’s the search engine for writers.

Auto mechanics in crime fiction: @mkinberg

Pottermore: a look at the site’s changes and new focus: @Porter_Anderson

How to Raise the Creative Bar: @ArtistThink

5 Things Every Protagonist Needs:  @larin20         

Breathing life into our characters: @shalvatzis

A chart for budgeting your writing time by tracking activities: from Writing Questions Answered

5 Keys to an Effective Query:  by Claudia Cangilla McAdam

Writing Research: How to Do it and Use It: @SandraDanby

Print Book Production for indie authors: @JALangAuthor

5 Favorite Free Fonts for Interior Book Design: @JFBookman

11 Ways to Ask for Writing Advice (And 10 Major Mistakes to Avoid): @CordeliaCallsIt

The 120 Most Helpful Websites For Writers in 2015: @geediting

Flat book cover design: Why do all the summer novels have the same look?  @heathertwit

10 Tips to Get Things Done (for Writers): @monicamclark

Writers shouldn’t fear online reviews: by Tara and Stefan Tobler @guardianbooks

How YouTube Can Help Self-Published Authors: @DigiBookWorld

Worldbuilding in Star Wars:  @authorjsmorin

Naming Your Characters: Mistakes to Avoid: @mossifer

The Myth of The Lazy Writer: @HughHowey

The Lure of Romance Writing (and Earnings) for the Literary Set: @JaneFriedman

When we have a lack of plot and motive: @glencstrathy

Do We Have What Publishers Really Want? from The Writer’s Society

5 Reasons We Can’t Build Our Author Platform on Amazon, Facebook, or Google:  @DIYAuthor

Make lists to advance your story: @kayedacus

Dimensional Characters: —Beyond the Wound & Into the Blind Spot: @kristenlambtx

Script Analysis: “Birdman”: Scene By Scene Breakdown: @gointothestory

How to Tell If Your Character Has Dependent Personality Disorder: @writerology

Is something missing from my story? @gointothestory

10 Tools to Keep Writers Out of the Doctor’s Office: @colleen_m_story

The Micro Story: from Shawn Coyne

Is Our Manuscript Ready to Submit? Tips for Knowing: @fictionnotes

Macro And Micro Editing Tips: @angee

10 Ways To Create A Near-Future World That Won’t Look Too Dated: @charliejane @io9

Fears About Ideas Being Stolen: from The Writing Cafe

Using the Fallacy of Memory to Create Effective Memoir: @wendymfontaine @JaneFriedman

How to Create Tension in Writing: @nownovel

7 Brutally Honest Self-Publishing Tips: @TherinKnite

Tricks to Use to Pace Your Novel: @ajhumpage

16 Query Tips From Literary Agents: @AskATechTeacher

Creating multi-layered writing: from Writing Questions Answered

The simple story of a dog and why it makes you cry: @speechwriterguy

8 reasons why blockbusters are meta-stories: @speechwriterguy

3 Technologies Dropped for Breaking the Show: @cinehead

3 Easy Steps to Crafting a Language for Your Fantasy Novel: @lucid_ghost

When the agent is the author: Andrew Lownie:  @andrewlownie  @Porter_Anderson

15 Common English Words That Are Still Trademarked: @io9 by Katharine Trendacosta

Memoir Writing: Top 5 Things to Expect after You Launch Your Book: @pmilana

6 Ways to Make Ordinary Protagonists Extraordinary: @emily_tjaden

Book Discovery Strategy: Social Media Events:  @amcbooks

4 Surefire Ways to Bore Your Readers to Death: by Melissa Chu

Between First Draft and Test Readers: @artofstoriesAB

10 Ways to Improve Your Writing While Thinking Like a Comedy Writer: @lajfun

How to Write Horror Fiction and Avoid Typical Horror Genre Clichés: @crisfreese

Science Fiction Writing: a Choice of Futures:  @nevalalee

How to Deal With Harsh Criticism of Your Writing: @io9 @charliejane

Crisis is conflict on steroids: @stephenwoodfin

Understanding Screenwriting (with Films as Examples): by Tom Stempel

9 Questions To Ask If Writer’s Block Has You By The Throat: @10MinNovelists

Troubleshooting When You’re Stuck: by Chris Winkle @mythcreants

Don’t Over-Describe: Leaving Room for the Imagination: @ShanDitty

Want To Do More Creative Work? Focus On Your Support System:  @DanBlank

How to Craft a Page-Turning Plot:  @cathyyardley

10 Tips for Writing: @_JamieK_

Using empty words in a story: @calebpirtle

Quick & Dirty Edit Tips: @ChristaDesir

Resources for writers: @ava_jae

Show, don’t tell: @C_Herringshaw

6 Simple Ways To Stay Inspired As A Writer:  @paperbackbird

The Business of Screenwriting: Everything you wanted to know about specs: @gointothestory

Audiobooks: listeners and how to market to them: @jimhbs

Writing Cozy Mysteries: Researching Your Town: @camillelaguire

5 things to check before you sign that publishing contract: @Creativindie

3 Tips to Avoid Writer’s Anxiety: @write_tomorrow

The poet’s paperwork:  @nevalalee

3 Questions to Ask When Writing a Book Proposal:  by Rachel Scheller @writersdigest

Does one character “own” each scene? @gointothestory

How Our Peer Group Can Help Our Writing: by Juliet Marillier

7 Ways to Build Our Writing Confidence: @writing_tips

6 Narrator Types: @nownovel

A Tip for Writing Fiction In Scenes: @angee

A Helpful Proofreading Technique: @McgannKellie

A 2-Step Method For Finishing Our Novel : @shesnovel

6 tips for handling rejection: @kaylee_kendall

What Should a Novelist Blog About? Dos and Don’ts for Author-Bloggers: @annerallen

How to Use the Rule of Three in Children’s Books: @hodgeswriter

Free Scrivener Templates: @Jenn_Mattern

A Practical Guide to Eliminating Excess Words: @karenmarston

3 Components to Writing a Successful Collaborative Novel: @KLHCreateWorks

Depressed? Anxious? Stressed? A Must-have Guide to Resources For Writers: @annerallen

Keep Your Inbox Cleaner By Unsubscribing to Blog Comments: @jenn_mattern

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