I’ve had a crazy week, brainstorming some awesome upcoming projects for this blog and working on a few guest posts for other corners of the Internet.
But I always make time for great links:
- The Online Journalism Review suggests ways journalists can use Twitter better for news.
- Hope Clark and I think alike on this one: It’s worth taking leaps in life.
- My lovely agent Rachelle Gardner had a fabulous series on her blog this week about busting publishing myths, including how much money writers make.
- A list of books to help you develop various writing skills, brought to us by Mary Carroll Moore.
- It seems like Nomadic Matt is still looking for a woman who’s traveling solo to blog for his popular site — Great opportunity if you fit the bill.
- Creating a memoir that’s bigger than me, at Jane Friedman’s blog.
- Nathan Bransford asks: What’s the future of the book review?
- I’m loving The Washington Post’s new blog on innovative media, called — fittingly — @innovations.
- Anytime you venture outside your comfort zone, Chris Guillebeau says, it’s kind of a big deal. Yes!
- Jody Hedlund offers three ways you can use Twitter to drive traffic to your blog.
- Love this advice from Janet Reid: When pitching non-fiction, present a solution, not a problem.