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It’s that time of the week when I fill your cup with the writerly knowledge you thirst for! Here are some of the great posts and articles I’ve found throughout the interwebz that help in some way, entertain most definitely, and offer words of encouragement/honesty/down right, in your face, this-is-the-way-it-is-ness. So strap in and hold on for a great ride. If you don’t spill anything through it, you get bonus points. I don’t know what the bonus points are for, other than your own bragging rights, but enjoy them!
Now, on with the awesome:
10 Ways to Harness Fear and Fuel Your Writing — Posted by Sage Cohen at Writer’s Digest
The Most Important Character Archetype — Posted by Joe Bunting at The Write Practice
10 Tips to Help Boost Your Confidence — Posted by Ollin Morales at Courage 2 Create
Grand finales: Tips for writing great endings — Posted by Alan Rinzler on his blog, The Book Deal
25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing (Right F**king Now) — Posted by Chuck Wendig on his blog, Terribleminds
Clearing the Air On – and In – Your First 100 Pages — Posted by Larry Brooks on his blog, Storyfix
Back to Basics: Every Scene Must Have Conflict — Posted by Lydia Sharp on her blog, The Sharp Angle
Physical and Emotional Action — Posted by Diana Pharaoh Francis at Magical Words
Little Things: Focus on Details to Bring Your Writing to Life — Posted by Christopher Jackson at Fuel Your Writing
That’s it for this week. There are usually more, but with the holiday breaks just ending, the pickin’s are slim. But good=)
Do you have any posts you found helpful? Leave a comment and share with the class=)