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Weekly Round-up: 2/24/12
A. Victoria Mixon, Editor: 3 Things I Learned from Henry James
: I must find out who is Henry James is.
The Other Side of the Story: How Important is Genre in Today's World of E-Books?
: Hmm...interesting points.
Writer Unboxed: How to Restore a Character’s Voice When They Develop Laryngitis
: Or when
YA Confidential: Geeks Are Dead, Long Live Geeks
: Told ya they'll rule the world.
Daily Writing Tips: The Story Behind Words for Hair Color
: Blonde and brunette!
The Editor's Blog: What To Write First When Writing Fiction
: Write in the heat of the moment...or save the heat for last.
Writer Unboxed: Making and Learning From My Mistakes with PR
To PR or not to PR?
Superhero Nation: A Hopefully Encouraging Note on Talent and Effort
: Time and work makes skill.
TalkToYoUniverse: Translating "issues" from our world into fictional worlds
: The latter two issues are especially current.
Ghostwriter Dad: Traffic Generation for Writers: How to Get All the Traffic You Want
The Sharp Angle: Keeping Things In Perspective
: Non writing-related, but powerful.
The Writers Alley: Four Simple Ways to Become a Healthier Writer
: Stability ball? Check. Treadmill? Nah...
Fiction Notes: Why I Don’t Do Cold Submissions–Usually
: It's like being a car seller and leaving a car at a stranger's house.
The Other Side of the Story: And...End Scene: When to Add a Scene Break
: Sleepy time? Never did it in pre-school.
Babbles from Scott Eagan: Writing For Harlequin - Things Scott Looks For In Submissions
: Romance is
Romance University: A Deep POV Refresher Course with Elisabeth Staab
: Again, a refresher, but...
Suzanne Van Rooyen: A Discussion on Voice in YA with Janice Hardy
: A nice list of ways a YA's POV can be bent.
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