Seven Links 8/17/19 Traci Kenworth


Seven Links…8/17/19 Traci Kenworth My original links for this week were lost by Overdrive. It was my first and last time trying it. Writing: 1. https://kriswrites.com/2019/08/14/business-musings-expect-success/ “I’ve been doing a series on licensing for writers, which is subtitled “Rethinking the Writing Business.” Normally, I would put this particular blog as Part 8 of the series, […]

Book Talk 8/16/19 What I’m Reading in YA Traci Kenworth


Book Talk 8/16/19: What I’m Reading in YA Traci Kenworth I’m reading Brigind Kenner’s A Curse So Dark and Lonely (A Beauty and the Beast retelling), Susan Dennard’s Windwitch and Sightwitch( a prequel to the Witchlands series), Kristine Cashore’s Graceling, Dragon’s Oath by P.C. and Kristen Cast, Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi, […]

Writerly Things 8/12/19: The Benefits of Not Counting Words Traci Kenworth


Writerly Things 8/12/19: The Benefits of Not Counting Words Traci Kenworth I stopped counting words about a year back. To be honest, it’s freeing and helps boost my creativity. Not that I don’t put the work in. I find pressuring myself to reach a thousand to two thousand or more limit stressful. Instead, I count […]

Seven Links 8/3/19 Traci Kenworth


Seven Links…8/3/19 Traci Kenworth Writing: 1. https://killzoneblog.com/2019/07/how-to-come-up-with-a-title.html “My favorite genre for pure reading pleasure is the pulp and mass market crime fiction of the golden age—roughly 1929 (the year The Maltese Falcon was published) to the early 1960s (when secret agents started to take over). Some of the titles from that period reach out and grab you […]