Librarian and author Lawrence Clark Powell said, “Write to be understood, speak to be heard, read to grow.”
I would add this to his list: “Link to help others.”
In that spirit, on to the writer links!
♥ Becky Levine shares her thoughts on history and historical fiction: “Wow things were really different back then” and “Wow has anything changed?”
♥ At My Dog Ate My Manuscript, author N. Gemini Sasson discusses her Robert the Bruce research and how history and historical fiction feed on one another.
♥ Cassandra Jade tells us what you can do when you suffer writer’s fatigue.
And the WRITER LINK OF THE WEEK award goes to Les Edgerton, who gives us a peek inside the literary magazine acceptance/rejection process from his days at The Crescent Review. Writers who want to see how litmag sausage is made, check it out.