I was right. Also, a whole bunch of info on how you’re querying and storytelling: you’re doing it wrong. Well, maybe not you. But a lot of people are. And, how will I know if he really loves me…. no, wait. That’s Whitney Houston. How will I know if I found the right person to critique my writing? Better.
- Five Writing Lessons I Learned From TV by Cheryl Reif: Remember when I was all TV will make you a better writer? Well, here’s some more reasons I’m right.
- Query Etiquette & Query Etiquette – Part 2 by Kathleen Ortiz: What if your over-the-top query was a resume/cover letter thing? Badness. Shame. Rejection.
- Forty-five More Flaws That Expose Your Lack of Storytelling Experience, part 3 by Jason Black: An exhaustive list (in at least 4 parts) of mistakes that make you look like an amateur.
- Evaluating Your Compatibility with a Potential Critique Partner by Becky Levine: I actually tweeted this without the link. So… here it is!
When available, the author link goes to their Twitter page. If I tell you who linked me to the article, it’s so you can follow those clever people on twitter. Because I love twitter. And you should, too.