Welcome to Writing Blog Treasures! Here you’ll find the best of the blogsphere from the past week. So, grab your coffee, sit back and above all – enjoy *smile*
Extra Ether: Buying Book Reviews: Still Admire John Locke? by Porter Anderson.
Should Authors Pay for Book Reviews? by Joel Friedlander.
A Warning to All Writers that Need Help Indie Publishing by Kristine Rusch, The Business Rusch.
On Aspects of Publishing
Lining up the Ducks: Writing an Author Business Plan by Susan Spann guest posting on Writers in the Storm.
Crossing Genres with Vicki Hinze guest posting on Stacy Green’s site. Excellent Post!
Ebooks for Libraries by J.A. Konrath. Lots of great information in this post.
Building Your Readership both Deeper and Wider by D.D. Scott. Also from D.D. Scott: Launching a New E-Book: You Don’t Have to reach the Moon Immediately to be Successful.
Do Book Blog Tours Work (and how do you set one up) by Lindsay Buroker.
How to Take Your Writer Website to the Next Level by Yesenia Vargas.
How to Use Google AdSense Ads on Responsive Websites by Digital Inspiration.
On Social Media
5 Lessons about Community that Writers Must Learn by Gabriela at DIYMFA.
Top 5 Creepy Social Marketing Tactics by Kristen Lamb.
On Writing Craft
Spotlight on Subtext: When Characters Are Liars by Angela Ackerman guest posting for Jami Gold.
How to Find Your Characters Voice by K.M. Weiland. (Text and video).
Great Characters: The Beating Heart of Great Fiction by Kristen Lamb.
5 Basics of Dialogue You Need to Know by Marcy Kennedy.
The Fix is in – The Square One Story Killer by Larry Brooks.
Come on, What’s the Worst that can Happen? Plotting Your Novel by Janice Hardy.
How to Use Brainstorming to Edit by Ava Jae.
On the Writer’s Life
You’re the Hero of Your Life by Jami Gold.
Maturity – The Difference between the Amateur and the Professional by Kristen Lamb.
Writing Lapses: 5 Tricks to Get You Back On Track by Sarah Baughman.
5 Key Qualities of the High-Value Writer by Jenny Hansen.
Things I Learned While Writing Mockingbird by Chuck Wendig.
How (Not) To Be A Brilliant Writer by Ava Jae.