It's been another great year for finding wisdomous words on the web. I had a hard time narrowing the list down to just twelve, but I finally managed it. Here's my personal selection of the best writing-related blog posts from 2013:
Another Take on The Most Critical Thing You Need to Know about Writing a Novel (Larry Brooks)
Neil Gaiman on Copyright Piracy and the Web (Neil Gaiman)
Agents vs. Editors (Mary Kole)
Why I Am Not Turning the Pages of This Novel (James Scott Bell)
4 Big Pitfalls in Story Openings (K.M. Weiland)
Testing out your manuscript (Matt Q. McGovern)
How to Know You're a Writer (In GIF Form) (Nathan Bransford)
Word of Mouth (Kristine Kathryn Rusch)
What NOT to Do When Beginning Your Novel: Advice from Literary Agents (Chuck Sambuchino)
Make a Living as a Writer, Part 2 (Rachelle Gardner)
Breaking the Literary Atrophy (Shonell Bacon) http://bloodredpencil.blogspot.com/2013/02/breaking-literary-atrophy.html
Advice for Aspiring Writers - By Age (Jakob Drud aka jakobdrud)
How about you?
What were your favorite blog posts from 2012?
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