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It’s Thursday which means it’s time to drink from the fountain of knowledge that is the blogosphere.
Two Surefire Symptoms of a Static Character — Posted by K.M. Weiland on her blog, Wordplay
5 Tips for Writing an Effective Plot Twist — Posted by David Lazar on Write It Sideways
8 Tips for Making the Most of Your Writing Time — Posted by Roseanne Biederman at Writer’s Digest
The Pantser Body of Knowledge: Emotion and How to Make It Happen — Posted by Kate Paulk at madgeniusclub
Lending Realism to the Paranormal — Guest Post by Lisa Gail Green on Mystery Writing Is Murder
Connecting Your Opposite Turning Points in Story Structure – Part One — Posted by Lydia Sharp on her blog, The Sharp Angle
How to Write Battle Scenes — Posted by Ciele Edwards at Mythic Scribes
Advantages of Writing a Fast First Draft — Posted by Lynda R. Young on her blog, W.I.P. It
A Must-Know Tip for Writing Slam-Bang Finales — Posted by K.M. Weiland on her blog, Wordplay
Don’t Eat the Butt – Lies that Poison Our Writing Career #2 — Posted by Kristen Lamb on her blog
On Character Motivation — Posted by Ava Jae on her blog, Writability
25 Things Writers Should Know About Agents — Posted by Chuck Wendig on his blog, Terribleminds
Internal and External Approaches to Creative Writing — Posted by Melissa Donovan on Writing Forward
The Hippocratic Oath for Revisions — Posted by Rebecca Behrens on her blog
Don’t Let Multiple-Character Scenes Run Away With You — Posted by K.M. Weiland on her blog, Wordplay
Self-Editing #4 – Choose Your Modifiers Carefully — Posted by Aimee L. Salter on her blog, Seeking the Write Life
How to Keep a Clean Colon (Um… The Punctuation Kind) — Posted by Liz Bureman on The Write Practice
How to Gather Distance from Your WIP — Posted by Ava Jae on her blog, Writability
How to Choose Between a Big Word and a Small Word — Posted by K.M. Weiland on her blog, Wordplay
That’s it for this week. Don’t forget, if you’ve got a link to an awesome blog or article that could help other writers, leave it in the comments!
Did you find any of these blogs particularly useful? Tell me about it!