Four Guys named Santa. . .
Here’s my pick of the writer sites that I’ve found helpful, and those that keep me coming back. Lists can save time, and most writers can use more time. In 2011, many bloggers assessed their blogging schedules and social media management. The result appears to be a move away from daily blogging, a change that makes it easier for readers to keep up with reading and writers to do more writing.
The following blogs offer a diverse selection of newsletters and email notification, forums, humour, blog events, and discussions of the ongoing changes in publishing. Read on and when you have time, browse the links. You might discover something new.
Alex J. Cavanaugh, author, movie reviewer, Science Fiction
Guide to Literary Agents
Hope Clark, author, & FFW
Jane Friedman, Media Professor, & Speaker
Konrath, J. A., Author & Self-pub Advocate
Nathan Bransford, author, MG
Rachelle Gardner, literary agent
The Alchemy of Writing Blog - flash fiction, humour, book reviews
The Quintessentially Questionable Query Experiment - query analysis, creature analysis & blog events
Writers Beware Blog (watchdog for writers/supported by SFWA)
Do you have a particular site you find helpful for writing? Please share in the comments.
Enjoy the Season! Both of these photos showcase a friend's talent for making felt Santas and paper Angels. I just took the photos.