With links! And more links! And it's to the point where Firefox just doesn't want to load.I guess it just doesn't like having 40 or 50+ tabs open at one time.
Looks like a very interesting post will be appearing soon. I just got tagged in a game of 11 questions as part of the Platform Building Campaign. So, the main question is, will I post my answers today or Saturday? Hmm....I'm not sure yet.
And onto the links. (The fun links are at the bottom!)
How do we, as writers, make our writing realistic? This writer succeeded through research.
Perfect characters are boring. But small flaws are almost just as bad. Rosslyn Elliott explains why major flaws are necessary.
With so many 99 cent ebooks out there, the perennial question for a self-published ebook author is what to price the book at. David Coe started a discussion on this matter with some surprising results.
Does KDP Select work? I've posted a link before, but here's a new perspective from an author who opted to put up 3 of his books in the program.
Digital Rights Managment is kicking up a stir as publishers tighten their control over ebook content. Is DRM really the solution to illegal content sharing?
Links drive traffic, so how do you do use them to the best advantage?
And the fun parts!
What city do you think is the most romantic? Answer at Meradeth's blog giveaway for a chance to win a $10 Amazon giftcard.
NaNoWriMo's 2nd annual Pitchapalooza is running until the end of February. Submit your pitch here for a chance at winning!
Until next time!