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Weekly Round-up: 2/10/12
YA Highway: Why Starting Over on a WIP Isn't Exactly a Bad Thing
: Happened to me. Worth it.
TalkToYoUniverse:Why (not) tell the story in present tense?
: Gets into the mechanical elements of it.
Time to Write: He wrote more than 300 children's books: here's how!
: How one man went from illiterate to one of the best children's book writers of the 20th century.
The Other Side of the Story: Guest Author James R. Tuck: "Speechtags are of the Devil, " He Said
: "With some ham!" He added it to his weekly round-up.
YA Highway: Fun Things To Do With Books (other than reading them)
: Modifying books...for the sake of art!
Daily Writing Tips: 16 Misquoted Quotations
: Not writing-related, but worth showing.
The Other Side of the STory: You Must Be This Long to Ride This Genre: What to Do When Your Novel's Too Short
: I used to have this problem.
YA Confidential: Observations On My Awesome/Awful Popularity Plan
: Why can't we have more books like this?
Nicole Basaraba's Uni-Verse-City: We Want to Make You Scream: Writing Horror by Barbara McDowell
: A crash course on horror.
Women Writers, Women Books: Writing and a Busy Life? Four Tips for Making it Work
: This will become more relevant to me as homework piles up.
The Sharp Angle: How to Feel Miserable as an Artist
: Want to depress yourself?
Writer Unboxed: Learn to Love the Pitch
: Love it like how an actor needs auditions.
The Other Side of the Story: We're All Heroes. A Thanks From Me, and a Treat for You (Pst...it involves a crit)
: Two critiques, in fact.
Mystery Writing is Murder: Thinking Like a Reader
: Who cares what's the restaurant is like if you can't find parking?
The Other Side of The Story: The Faceless Villain: What to do When Your Bad Guy Isn't a Person
: Even depression can be compelling.
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