Friday, July 9, 2010

Google Reader Roundup

Web Strategist Jeremiah Owyang tells us why your company may own your tweets, pokes, and YouTube videos.

Elana Roth of Caren Johnson Lit talks about the politics of offering representation.

The indefatigable Anne Allen gives us 7 tips for avoiding bogus agents.

Agent Jim Dystel talks about what happens when his agency can't sell a book.

Roni at Fiction Groupie discusses the value of weather in your story.

Jane Friedman shows us a writer iPhone app for brainstorming! Totes awesome...unless there is no version for Android in which case this is only marginally awesome.

Great post on back-story from Clarissa Draper, although I secretly question the hyphen.

Guest blogger KA Stewart on Janice Hardy's blog on how character is king. This is a great post and KA is a smart, funny writer.

Via Janet Reid, the Twilight saga, Lolcat style. Ones of funniest thing I haz evr seen.

Kristen Nelson tells us why some books can't be bought in English as eBooks outside the US.

Great post from Alexandra Sokoloff on the lover taking the stand in romantic comedy.

And lastly, I hope you didn't miss the story of my missed opportunity for telling a leprechaun where he could stick it.

3 comments:

Roni @ FictionGroupie said...

Thanks for linking to me! I'll need to check these out. I've been blog-reading absent most of the week.

By the way, shameless plug: I also have author Elizabeth Craig guest blogging today about the elements of a good mystery. She gives some great advice.

Tahereh said...

woo hoo! awesome links, sierra! thanks for the heads up!!

Travener said...

twilight lolcatz: lol

on trolls: i always just jabber in Italian, pretending not to speak English. sometimes i'll mix it up by speaking German or Lithuanian instead.

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