Thursday’s Top Ten

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Here are this week’s Top Ten links to some great read’s!

Go visit Piotr Kowalczyk’s blog to catch the awesome Infographic charting the 40-year history of eBooks!

Don’t have time to read a whole novel? Spend your break time at Ocean Blue where you can choose from a big variety of short stories!

Justine Musk, author of the Tribal Writer blog, tells us…”you promote your work-and yourself-through promoting your zone of ideas.” Great advice.

Best-selling author of historical fantasy novels, Juliet Marillier, recently guest posted on GLA’s blog, pointing out that in any genre, characterization is key.

Roz Morris tells us two reasons an author might get angry with her independent editor’s critique in, Using an Editor? Two Questions So you Don’t Shoot the Messenger.

Lori Foster guest posted on Writer’s Digest about how to break the rules and get published.

If you are writing your debut novel, Robin Antalek’s guest post on Writer Unboxed, is a must-read!

Do you get overwhelmed by the sheer number of blogs you’ve subscribed to, let alone find time to read them all? Jane Friedman has a great suggestion. Check it out here.

Keep your own voice out of your story, says Brunonia Berry, author of One True Place, in her guest post on Writer Unboxed.

And, last but not least, Alexis Grant tells us how to make your editor happy with a little attention to a rule of grammar.

Have fun exploring, readers!

As always, I love hearing from you and would be happy for some feedback on any of these links!

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