Monday on Writing: Catch of the Day, or Cool Links for Writers

Since I have been doing this blogging thing, I have realised how many other good blogs there are out there, with great content for writers.  So today I am starting what will probably be a regular feature on Monday on Writing, a list of some of the best things I’ve found in my recent travels.  So, without further ado, here is today’s catch:

The quite wonderful Valerie Parv (romance writer extraordinaire and living treasure) talks about 6 things she wishes she’d known when she was starting out…
http://wp.me/p1zamZ-4e

The amazing writer and writing teacher Margie Lawson provides an invaluable reminder about making things fresh on Jenny Hansen’s blog.
http://wp.me/p1sxbT-W9

On The Editor’s Blog, there is an interesting and extensive explanation of Deep Point of View (POV) in modern fiction.
http://theeditorsblog.net/2011/11/16/deep-pov-whats-so-deep-about-it/

For those doing the Australian Women Writers Challenge, or anyone interested in mixing up their reading, The Banana Lounge has a list of Australian Women Writers of diverse heritage. http://wp.me/prNZP-op

The very charming Letters of Note site has some sage advice from C. S. Lewis on writing (and an example of how to treat fans).
http://www.lettersofnote.com/2012/04/c-s-lewis-on-writing.html

And for when it all gets too much, you might like to try 13 Simple Steps to Get You Through a Rough Day from Buzzfeed.  The fabulous picture above is from this post.  (If none of these make you laugh, you might want to consider checking yourself in somewhere.)
http://www.buzzfeed.com/mjs538/13-simple-steps-to-get-you-through-a-rough-day

Happy Monday!  Happy Writing!

Imelda

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