First Weekly Tuesday Writing Round-up
Parenthetically Speaking ...
Okay, everyone: Serena Joy — a survivor of the PA author-holocaust — has a really funny blog that disses PA everyday ... for FREE! I've noticed she doesn't have many COMMENTS, so check her blog out at Parenthetically Speaking ..., and visit often. Everyday, she goes through a letter of the (cyrillic) alphabet and applies it in some way to PublishAmerica. It's great fun. Ex-PAtriates will be especially grateful.
Definitely not new to writing (or blogging, for that matter), J.A. Konrath is a multi-published author who is constantly helping new writers on his A Newbie's Guide to Publishing blog. His posts are extremely interesting, and cover a wide range of topics. He really knows what he's talking about. His Jacqueline "Jack" Daniels series is published by Hyperion.
Well, those are all the sites I've got for now. I'll try to do a weekly round-up of good writing-related things every Tuesday from now on (though, if I forget, you may see it on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Never. Oh, wait, wait. That reminds me of this episode of Family Guy:
Lois: Kids do better when parents take an interest in their schoolwork. I saw that on a two-part report on Dateline Tuesday and Dateline Gatilsday.
Peter: What the hell is Gatilsday?
Lois: NBC invented a new day so they could add another Dateline.
So, you may see my Weekly Round-up appear on Gatilsday.)
And don't forget: All the sites on my sidebar are definitely worth your time. Check those out, as well.