Linktopia, the Jeffersons Edition
Oh yeah, we're moving on up. To that dee-lux blog over at WordPress...
The new hamster wheel for Writer Unboxed is nearly finished. We'll be doing the crossover soon to our new home. Therese and I are bursting to tell you all our news but we're holding off until we get the ducks in a row, the plugins adjusted, blahdie blah blah. But that won't stop linky goodness on Thursdays, nossir. Segway to:
The discovery of another new blog, I Should be Writing (h/t Memetherapy). I like this author's fatalism. It neatly parallels my own . . . also check out Indexed. This blog is hilarious . . . Nienke's blog is also sporting a new look . . . . the new writer's horoscopes are up at Publisher's Marketplace. Something about an eclipse and sacrific and loss. Good thing my forecast never comes true . . . . Eric wrestles with the writer's eternal dilemma--how to get the backstory across without an info dump . . . there's a contest over at Crime Fiction Dossier to win Gregg Hurwitz's latest release, LAST SHOT . . .
More after the jump.
The Man in Black reveals the connection between fall and a publisher's publicity machine . . . . Ray has some tips for making transitions between scenes . . . . Agent Kristen at Pubrants tells suppliants the fastest way to get their e-queries deleted . . . . What if you're a prodigy? Writing Fiction explains why this could be the worst thing for your career . . . . Inkygirl posts more freelance writing jobs . . . . Holly Lisle must be the most productive or crazy writer in the universe . . . . Booksquare has a nice post on hardback v. paperback and what sells better . . . .
Peace out, people. We'll see ya tomorrow for Part Two of Theresa Meyers interview on how to market your books and yourself.