Friday Finds for Writers

The weekly collection writing-related reflections, news, and resources to read over the weekend.

  • First up: “Who needs to write every day? Only someone who feels they can, who wants to, who needs to (for deadline or other reasons), and for whom that kind of schedule is workable, enjoyable, nurturing, and possible.” Note the original emphasis in this post from Lisa Romeo.
  • Next: “5 Ways Writers Can Get the Most out of Goodreads.”
  • “8 Tips for Promoting Your Book Online.”
  • I’m sure we’re all sending healing thoughts to author Judy Blume.
  • And if you were intrigued by our Q&A with David Abrams–perhaps especially by David’s references to the Emerging Writers Network–please take a few moments to read this post from the man behind the EWN, Dan Wickett, on the occasion of the publication of David’s first novel this week.
  • Have a great weekend. See you back here on Monday.

    2 thoughts on “Friday Finds for Writers

    1. Amy Morgan says:

      Thanks for sharing the post by Lisa Romeo. I’ve been working these past few months to establish a routine that, in her words, support and nurture me as a writer. That hasn’t involved writing everyday, but has involved incorporating what I am beginning to view “my writing life” into my everyday life as well as shaping the direction I take myself in. Once again, a timely and relevant post and yet another blog/site to follow!

      1. Erika Dreifus says:

        Thanks, Amy. I’m so glad to have introduced you to Lisa’s wonderful site/blog. Good luckw ith that routine!

    Comments are closed.