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Holidaze Writer’s Links: Author Business Plan, Pseudonyms, Unrealistic YA Tropes, & Publisher Catfishing

Holidaze Writer's Links

I want to try to do one of these every two weeks or so… this first one contains almost a month’s worth of links. Without further ado:

Indie Authors

Twitter in 15 Minutes a Day

Is a Kirkus Review Worth the Price?

Self-Publishing Checklist

Solo self-publish, seek a book deal, something in the middle?

7 Tips to Make Obtaining Book Reviews as Painless as Possible

How to Create Your Author Business Plan

The Write Life (and Other Life)

Men Explain Lolita To Me

Should you write under a pseudonym?

Perfectionism is Murdering Your Muse

365k Club

How to write at least four novels a year

Writing more than ten books in a series and staying fresh

How My To-Do List is Often Like a Misbehaving Toddler

My Controversial New Year’s Resolution

Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You

Craft & Resources

Writing & Revision Tracker

Six Unrealistic Tropes and How to Avoid Them

Publishing &etc.

Word Count for Novels and Children’s Books

Why print sales are rising, and books are getting longer

10 Publication Opportunities for Young Writers

The One Where I Get Catfished By a Publisher

Fun

6 Depressing Realities of Writing YA Fiction

New Mind-Altering Substance Identified: Writing

And that’s from around December 15th to January 10th.

I hope you’ve enjoyed the holidays!

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4 thoughts on “Holidaze Writer’s Links: Author Business Plan, Pseudonyms, Unrealistic YA Tropes, & Publisher Catfishing

  1. Hey, Nicole! Thanks so much for the mention of my “How to Create and Author Business Plan” post. I appreciate it! Good luck!

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