LUCY BURDETTE: One of the disadvantages of writing a blog is that perfectly good posts mostly disappear into the ether after the day (or week) they are posted. And last I checked, we'd posted 2724 blogs on this site--kind of mind-boggling, right? So I thought you might enjoy a round-up of some of our most popular posts about writing—feel free to share! Remember that there is often some great info in the comments section, too.
The Agony of Writing by the Jungle Red Writers: The reds admit to their panic mid-book and offer tips about how to keep going.
Are You Branded? By Chris Tieri, who explains the importance of understanding your reading audience--and your books. And PS, Chris will be the Friday keynote speaker at the New England Crimebake this year.
How to Write Fast by Peter Andrews, who shares his tips about writing faster...
Title Clinic by Elizabeth Lyon: The secret to choosing a great book title
EJ Copperman on the Best Writing Advice You’ll never Get
And Our Own Hallie Ephron on Juggling Timelines
And another brilliant article from Elizabeth Lyon on WritingSubtext
Tips on Productivity by prolific writer Edith Maxwell
Literary Agent Paula Munier on Plot Perfect: how to build a great story scene by scene
Literary Agent Victoria Skurnick on Top 10 No-no’s for Submissions
And strictly for fun, because writers and readers need to eat, here’s a post I wrote on how to find good food almost anywhere.
Eight Rules for Finding Decent Food Almost Anywhere by Lucy Burdette
Reds, is there a post I missed that stands out in your mind?