Can we all just pretend it's Saturday and I'm not super late with this? Thanks. Should You Write What You Know? by Mrs. Stephan...

Posts of the Week: 4.24.16-4.30.16

Can we all just pretend it's Saturday and I'm not super late with this? Thanks.

Should You Write What You Know? by Mrs. Stephanie Morill. Admittedly, this post is kinda old by blogging standards, but it’s really good advice and I adore that quote at the end. <3

What You Need to Know About A Virtuous Woman by Mrs. Kelly. This isn’t a blog I frequent, but I found this post on Facebook and was just like “YES. WOMEN ARE FORCES TO BE RECKONED WITH.” So. Obviously, I wanted to share this with all of you.

What Makes A Setting Good? by Shar. In which she shares 5 first-rate tips for writing fantastic settings, whether your story is fantasy, contemporary, or anything in between.

How to Get More Views On Your Reviews by Emily Mead. More tips! (I swear I didn’t do this on purpose).

Totally Should’ve Tag, also by Shar. In which she does the tag I tagged her for and points out that, in a lot of ways, it actually should be the “Totally Should” tag because we still have hope that these things will happen... Someday.

How I Came to Draw by Charisma. A perfectly self-explanatory title for a unique story about how one artist discovered and developed her love for art.

WBI: Kevin, Stuart, and Bob (Minions) by Heather. I actually haven’t seen the Minions movie, but I have seen the first Despicable Me. So. I know minions are cool, and I love Heather’s evaluation of them.

Well, that’s all for last week! Tell me about some of the posts you’ve read lately, or good writing/blogging tips you’ve found. Can’t wait to see you in the comment section!

Also, small self-promo thingy: Friday, I guest posted over on Heather’s blog about what representation means to me, and it would be super cool if you guys would check that out and join the conversation. :)

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  1. You've given me a ton to read here! Thanks and I plan to check these out.

  2. Thanks for the recommendations!

    I like this post by The Endless Oceans of my Mind about languages:

    Also this one on writing products:

    How to gain confidence as a writer:

    1. You're welcome! And thanks for yours; I'll definitely check them out! :D

  3. I definitely appreciated Shar's thoughts on setting this week... It was quite god. Also, thanks for sharing my Minions post! I'm glad you enjoyed it despite the fact that you haven't seen the movie. That makes me feel better about what I wrote. XD


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