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I want to recommend the fantasic, awesome, amazing, and generally brilliant blog entry I just read over at award-nominated fantasy author, damcphail's journal.  It's full of insightful, writerly-type wisdomness.

Of course, that was the post she made yesterday.  Today, things took a downhill turn  when Danielle allowed me to appear there as a guest blogger.

Still, if you've ever wondered why Stephen King hides his sledgehammer, Hercule Poirot never gets invited to parties, and Pride & Prejudice should have been a 100-word drabble, you'll find the answers in my guest post at Danielle's blog today.  


Hope to see you over there,

Jon

EXTRA BIT:

How do you guys feel about guest blog posts in general?

Is it something you'd like to see as a regular feature here?  If so, what kind of topics would you like to read about?


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karen_w_newton
Sep. 24th, 2009 08:25 pm (UTC)
Well, one thing that always interests me are posts about "how I found my agent/made my first sale." If you can persuade published novelists to post on that topic, I'd love to read it. An addendum on "advice to aspiring writers" never goes amiss, either.

p.s. someone whose breakthrough came about because they had a PhD in Physics, a recurring role on a TV show, or a relative in publishing is not going to have a post that's especially helpful for the rest of us.
jongibbs
Sep. 24th, 2009 08:42 pm (UTC)
Good ideas all. I'll see what I can do.

Thanks for the input :)

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