Feb 8, 2014 - Around the web    3 Comments

Around the Web

Around the web

I thought I’d start collating some of the interesting links and videos that cross my Feed reader or social media each week. Some are writing related, some I just found interesting personally. If you like any of the links, please let me know.


I found this a very interesting article from thriller writer Russell Blake. It’s mainly from a self-publishing perspective, but there’s something there we can all learn from. http://russellblake.com/how-to-sell-loads-of-books/

Natasha Lester talks about the benefits of taking a break from your writing. http://whilethekidsaresleeping.wordpress.com/2014/02/03/what-im-working-on-in-2014/

Over at the LoveCats Down Under, Deb Dufel is looking for stories from WWII – does your family have one to share? http://lovecatsdownunder.blogspot.com.au/2014/02/wanted-family-stories-of-world-war-2.html

”How do we connect the dots between setting a goal and actually reaching a goal?  How do we bridge the gap and truly set realistic, achievable goals?” Do you make SMART goals? http://www.abowlfulloflemons.net/2014/02/setting-realistic-goals.html

And finally, a fascinating look at the creativity process:



  • Sounds good Kez…
    AND thank – you *scowling* another way to fill in my SPARE time hahahahahhaa

  • Hi Kerrie

    Thanks so much for linking to my post. I appreciate it and hope it’s useful to your blog readers.


  • Thanks for dropping by, Natasha and Mary.

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