Hey y'all! Hope everyone has had a great week. I'm sure it's been a hectic one for everybody with Christmas coming up. So, in case you missed your web surfing time, I've rounded up the best links of the week that I've come across. Hope you enjoy!
How Much Time Should Writers Devote to Social Media? by Jody Hedlund
The Inevitable Identity Crisis That Happens After Publication by Jody Hedlund
Social Networking's Salad Days Are Ending (basically about how we're hitting the saturation point with types of social networking) by Deep Tech
The Big Mistake of Author Websites and Blogs by Jane Friedman
How Social Media Can Change Your Life by Jane Friedman
How NOT to Blog: Beginning Blogging for Authors Part 2 by Anne R. Allen
The Darkness Within (on personal attacks and hate campaigns from the public about what you write) by Ann Aguirre at Writer Unboxed
Sara Megibow Sells Romance -What Newbie Mistakes Have I Made As an Agent? at Romance University
Why I Stopped Looking at the Numbers by Shelli Johnson
The Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth - a very honest post by Elana Johnson about things after her debut
My Top 5 Ways of Dealing With Reviews by Michelle Davidson Argyle
Why Writers Must Make Themselves Easy to Contact by Chuck Sambuchino at Writer Unboxed
Starting From Scratch: A Writer's Guide to Blogging by Jeff Goins
For Gits and Shiggles:
Virginity Cliches in Romances at Smart Bitches, Trashy Books
Baby Seal Breaks Into House and Curls Up on Sofa via Gawker (cuteness overload, OMG)
Because It's Worth Watching:
Alright, that's all I have. What were some of your favorite links of the week? Feel free to list them in the comments. Have a great weekend!
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