Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Links of Interest

PUBLISHER WARNING: SF/F publisher Night Shade appears to be up to no good.

BUSINESS OF PUBLISHING: Territorial rights and ebooks or why you can't buy some ebooks in English outside of North America.

CHARACTERS: The paranormal and urban fantasy heroine, according to three editors.

LIFE OF THE WRITER: Writing chores to do on those days when you are simply too tired to write.

PROMOTION: Using the local angle to sell books.

THE SYNOPSIS: How to write.

THE SYNOPSIS: Yet more on how to write.

PROMOTION: Tips from a PR person.

CRAFT: Raising the tension.’s-not-the-cougar/

CHARACTERS: The dark protagonist.


BUSINESS OF WRITING: How your presence on the Internet can change a book deal or can find those lies on your publishing resume.

CRAFT: Why your opinions shouldn't be obvious in your fiction.

CHARACTERS: Questions to ask your characters.

PUBLISHER WARNING: PublishAmerica under a new name.

WRITER CONFERENCES: What kinds of events you should focus on at RWA National, etc.’-conference-part-i-writing-craft-workshop-or-agent-panel-which-should-i-go-to



Magic, Monsters and Amour: Creating a Believable Paranormal, Fantasy, or SF World. October 4-31, 2010 at October 4-31, 2010 at

Are vampires, fairies, and space aliens real? If you create the right background for your paranormal romance, they will be to a reader. I'll show you how to create a fantasy or paranormal background from scratch and how to make it utterly believable.

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