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plug for online classes this month:
- The Perfect Elevator Pitch, includes critique of your pitch (November 11), by Kevin Smokler at BookTour
- Writing a Dynamic Mystery or Thriller That Sells (November 18), includes critique of your first page
Best of Best
If you don’t understand structure you’re going to waste a lot of writing
Storytelling in Chunks: a NaNoWriMo Tip
Storyboarding on a shoestring–freebies for writers
On e-books: A Publisher’s View of the Digital Transformation. Just appeared in November RWR
Writing the Story Premise
Craft & Technique
Character Planning: A Little About Backstories and Inner Demons
Plot stuck in a rut? Consult Big List of Role-Playing Game Plots for NaNoWriMo inspiration
Is your symbolism too obvious?
The Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Main Characters
Just to be safe, take the Fantasy Novelist’s Exam before writing yr #NaNoWriMo novel tonight
Essential Science for SF Writers
Storytelling in Social Media
News & Trends
Skeptical about enhanced ebooks and apps? Me? Not when it comes to juvies.
Feedback loops in e-book success [why e-books will become dominant format]
Self-Publishing and E-Publishing
Marketing & Promotion
Do Amazon Reviews Count?
Websites & Blogs
4 Surprising Conclusions About Author Websites
The Writing Life + Fun Stuff
Long-form journalism finds an online friend
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