Apparently, I should just change the name of this feature.
But I promise I have a good reason this time!!! And it has nothing to do with Daylight Savings Time, which seems to be the default excuse. So I told you last week about how I've joined the Mac world, and I love it. Well yesterday I went in for my first one-to-one session, and to do the data transfer from my old computer. I thought the data transfer would take a few hours, then I could come home and update the blog. Little did I know that the data transfer takes 48-72 hours, not two or three like I thought. LIFE=SHATTERED. I couldn't write or updated the blog yesterday, but now I'm at work and posting this on my lunch break all quick like. So, here are all the most awesome posts from around the blogosphere this week.Feel free to post some of your faves in the comments!
Jennifer Barnes talks about the five things you'll think about while writing sequels.
Karen Hooper posted a hilarious video about why editing is very impotent.
Maggie Stiefvater posted all about queries.
Briana from Poetic Serendipity has a series going on where she gives the ABCs of writing. Here is a link to B for Believability (and A for Ambition), but I bet she's got the whole alphabet coming up (and she's a new-ish blogger, so hop on over and check her out!)
Remember those old Choose-Your-Own-Adventure books? I used to love those. Nathan Bransford, in his infinite awesomeness, has created a choose-your-own-adventure (a functioning one) about the future of e-books. In my first round, I ended up in the dreariest future. I guess I'm a pessimist, which must be why my book's main theme is death. I'm an awesome chipper person in real life, I promise.
Also, I know I'm about 10 blog awards behind on things I need to pass out and thank yous, etc. I'll get on that soon, I promise. In the meantime, thank you so much!! It really means a lot to me when people let me know this little blog is actually helping them. So thanks :)