Writing Resources Round-up Dec’19

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I haven’t done one of these in a while, and I realized recently that I had amassed quite a few such links to useful articles.

I’ve been on leave and instead of writing, which I’d planned on doing, I’ve been soaking in the feeling of doing absolutely nothing. I’ve been catching up on my sleep, getting other personal work like bank work that I usually don’t get done in time, watching a few programs, and generally indulging myself a lot more than I guess I should! But I have only a few days left before the grind begins anew, so I may as well enjoy it while I can.

Earlier in the year, I was looking for blogging tips and I found practical advice in the below:

Blogging 101 at FundsForWriters

10 Simple Ways to Promote Your Blog

Flogging your Blog

Somewhat related, if you’re looking for podcasts that will inspire you, look no further than this list.

When your loved ones say something annoying like ‘I never know what to get you creative types’, send them over here.

An essay on writing advice gleaned from reading the best. While you’re there, take a look around the Masters Review blog. It regularly features new stories, useful writing links and compilations of upcoming contests.

And last but not the least, I thought of a book idea that would potentially feature an unreliable narrator. My hunt for tips on writing such characters led me to the following helpful articles:

8 Tips to Writing Unreliable Narrators

4 Ways to Create an Unreliable Narrator

Books with Unreliable Narrators

If you have any useful links to articles or even your own stories, please share in the comments!

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