Lost in the Blogosphere

There are tons of informative blogs out there providing a fantastic service. For writers like myself the many posts I have read the past few years often get buried under the new information incoming each day. For that reason I am bringing many of those gems back to life (They’re Alive!), hoping they can help you in the future. I call this Frankenblogger…

How to Button a Chapter One of former editor Mary Kole’s tips from the past. This one is about ways to end a chapter.

Ten Things Writers Can Learn from a Quick Trip on the Titantic Having trouble keeping your motivation to write? Try this post from The Mixed-Up Files… to get you moving and not sinking.

Writing Craft: Action vs Active Openings to Grab Attention   Literary Agent Kristin Nelson provides a basis for writing an active opening to your story.

Mistakes I made in Becoming an Author Might as well resuscitate one of mine from last January. I was sure to reread this one before starting my second manuscript

The First 250 Words of Your Manuscript  Just one of the many tips from Janice Hardy. I keep coming back to this one.

5 More Ways to Add Humor   I have a lot of humor in my story thanks to this post.

Finally, if you long for something that doesn’t need to be brought back to life, this is the second and final day of WriteOnCon, a free online conference for writers. The content from yesterday is posted and the wealth of information you will find will make you writing life easier. Take a look.

I’ll do another Frankenblogger post in the near future as I have several dozen more excellent posts to revive from across the blogosphere.

About Greg Pattridge

Climbing another mountain...writing middle grade novels.
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1 Response to Lost in the Blogosphere

  1. Jodi says:

    Yay, everyone loves a linky post. Those look great, I’ll have to check them out.

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