Writer Wednesday

I am done with one of the southern kingdoms stories and hope to wrap the second by the weekend. Then I need to write another story by the end of the month so that I can send everything to the proofreader in November, when I’ll move to redrafting an old story and writing two more shorter works to submit to anthologies.Rithvik and Kerrien were interviewed at Library of Erana. I love those two still, almost two years after I published their adventures. I have to slap my hands so that I won’t write a sequel to that story, already enough projects lined up! πŸ˜€ Anyway, you can find them in the Mythic Tales bundle that comes out Nov.1st! πŸ™‚

Writerly links: Myths about writing you need to stop believing. And I was on KWL blog again, in case you missed it. Kind of ties with the myths of the previous link, so don’t take it for law! πŸ™‚

Some good advice and tips for Indie Authors. And how often they should publish – I’m definitely slowing down but I have other projects coming up.

More unconventional writing advice and #3 goes well with my guest post at Sue Vincent’s. #7 is also very important. You need to find your process and don’t panic if it changes through the years. Mine certainly did! πŸ˜‰

And finally, if you want to win NaNoWriMo, here’s an excellent post on what you can find in the NaNoWriMo bundle this year. Like I said, I shall pass because I still have old bundles to go through. Have a great week! πŸ˜€

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  1. I’m passing on NaNoWriMo too. Not that I’ve ever officially done it. I’ve set myself unofficial writing challenges for the month, but never officially signed up. I’m not even setting myself an unofficial challenge this year though.

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    • No, we’re both too busy with other things! How are the audio sales going?


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