Somewhere, amidst all the interesting happenings of the year, were some great blog posts containing wisdomous words about writing.
As always, I had a hard time narrowing the list to just twelve, but I finally managed it. Here's my personal selection of the best writing-related blog posts from 2017:
How to Write Funny (K.M. Weiland)
10 Things NOT to Say in your Query – Advice from a Children’s Publisher (Rob Broder)
Herd Your CATS (James Scott Bell)
What a Writer’s Conference Really Buys You (Heather Webb)
How To Get Your Writing Groove Back (Christa Allan)
The Big Lie About Writing Compelling Fiction (Larry Brooks)
10 Ways to Make Your Submission Stand Out in the Slush Pile (Meg LaTorre-Snyder)
by way of Laurie Wallmark
When Does Writing Get Easier? The 4 Steps to Mastery (K.M.Weiland)
What Does It Mean to Move the Plot? (K.M. Weiland)
The 7 Stages of Being a Writer (How Many Have You Experienced?)
(K. M. Weiland)
Generation Butthurt—How Being Constantly Offended (and Offensive) Costs BIG (Kristen Lamb)
An Insider’s Look at the Querying Process, Part I (Kim English)
How about you?
What were your favorite blog posts from 2017?
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