Thirsty Thursday: April’s Sunday Edition

It’s time for the Thirsty Thursday Blog Round-Up! For the month of April, all Thirsty Thursday posts will be on Sunday with a return to Thursdays on May 3rd… BUT!! Something exciting is happening with Thirsty Thursday! If you click on the tab at the top of the page, you will no longer be taken to the archived links. Coming soon is the new Thirsty Thursday Blog! I’m still figuring out the details and trying to get the pages created, but I should be able to have it up and running by May=) I’m excited!
Now, to the links you came for=)


On Writing
Seven Ways to Unforgettable Characters — Karen McFarland’s Blog (Guest Bob Mayer)
Final Edits – What do you look for? — Nail Your Novel (Roz Morris)
Shape Up Flabby Writing with Stronger Words — Write It Sideways (Susan Bearman)
Writing advice from C.S. Lewis — io9 (Cyriaque Lamar)
Constructing and Weaving In Subplots — Mystery Writing is Murder (Elizabeth Spann Craig)
What the Hell is ‘Show, Don’t Tell?’ — Terrible Minds (Chuck Wendig)
5 Ways to Bring Your Descriptions to Life — Writers In The Storm Blog (Guest Janice Hardy)
How to Write a Novel In Two Sentences — Wordplay (K.M. Weiland)

On Publishing & Agents
Agents Want to Know – Part 1 and Part 2 — Lynnette Labelle
Finding A Publisher: 10 Steps to Success Part One and Part Two — Wordserve Water Cooler (Fred Hurr)
Cut in Ebook Pricing by Amazon Is Set to Shake Rivals — The New York Times (David Streitfeld)***

On Social Media
How to get more likes on Facebook — The Oatmeal (Matthew Inman)
Tumblr Tips for Writers — GalleyCat (Jason Boog)

On Blogging
One Tip that Makes Writing Blog Posts Super Easy — Write to Done (Mary Jaksch)

On Reading
Stop Telling Me What to Read, Please! — Clear Eyes, Full Shelves* (Sarah)
Most Frequently Challenged Books of 2011 — GalleyCat (Jason Boog)
The Pleasures of Rereading — The Guardian (Tom Lamont)
Why Writers Should Read — The Writer’s Alley (Mary Vee)

Other Useful Stuff Too
Identify Your Novel’s Genre — Rachelle Gardner
Can I Write Multiple Genres? — Books & Such (Rachelle Gardner)
Revision — Paranormal Point of View (Lisa Gail Green)
25 Reasons I Hate Your Main Character — Terrible Minds (Chuck Wendig)
Believable Young Adult Romance — The Sharp Angle (Lydia Sharp)
7 Steps to Handle Rejection — Charlotte Rains Dixon
Stress Less, Write More — Kristen Lamb


That’s it for today! Stop back by tomorrow to ENTER TO WIN an awesome book!!

About Katie Doyle

Katie Doyle is an avid reader, writer of NA and Adult fiction, a mom to two tornadoes that resemble an eight and six year old, and pet to a tuxedo cat named Oz and a German Shepherd/Boxer rescue named Charlie. If she's not reading, writing, or getting Oz out of a tree, she's screaming at characters on TV and trying not to curse around her kids.
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2 Responses to Thirsty Thursday: April’s Sunday Edition

  1. Heather says:

    There are some great links in here, love this! Thanks for putting them together.

  2. Great links! Thanks. 🙂

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