This week, I'm neck deep in revision. My focus: consistent point of view. I love writing third person limited but sometimes I think I have too many voices in my head (in a good way). In my scrambled determination to pitch at the Northern Colorado Writers Conference, I can't believe we're only a month away. Have you register? (Yeah, I probably should too.) Are you pitching or just going to network and learn?
If you didn't see it, you should check out Kerrie's post about the conference speakers and comment to win a great book.
Understanding The Industry and Market
Anatomy of an E-book @ Pimp My Novel.
What are Remainders? @ Rachelle Gardner.
Book Marketing for 21st-Century Authors @ Guide to Literary Agents.
More Tips for Bloggers @ Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
7 Links to Help Every Writer With Taxes @ Publetariat.
The Misleading "Research" by McSweeney's @ There Are No Rules.
How to Get Published @ Rachelle Gardner.
What Your Query Says About Your Book @ The Other Side of the Story.
20 Questions (to ask an agent) @ Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
Quick and Easy Answers @ Pub Rants.
A Third Thing Your Agent Does Not Want to Hear @ Books & Such Literary Agency.
Free FtQ Chapter: Dialogue Beats @ Flogging the Quill.
10 Tips to Ensure a Productive Writing Day @ The Blood-Red Pencil.
How to Crush Cliches: Nix'em or Fix'em @ STET! (Every time I type that ! I feel like a German soldier in an Indiana Jones movie... yelling: Schnell!)
Phrase Frequency Counter for Writers @ GalleyCat.
How to Create Tension @ The Literary Lab.
The Best of Seekerville from the Archives (Deep POV) @ Seekerville.
New Agent Alert: Lora Rivera of the Claire Gerus Literary Agency @ Guide to Literary Agents.