October Article Roundup

October Article Roundup

I have to admit I was so busy this month that I read fewer articles than I usually do, but of those that ran across my path, these stuck out as ones I really liked or found useful.  Number five isn’t strictly an article, but it’s a fantastic opportunity to nominate your favorite books published this year for awards, and it ends on the 31st. Number three is a list of books mostly for younger girls, but they are books that shaped me as a girl, and Pendragon’s Heir is on the list, so how could I resist?

1.  How To Organize Your Perfect Home Workspace

http://bibliocrunch.com/publishing-tips/infographic-how-to-organize-your-perfect-home-workplace/

2.  Writing Villages: Why You Need One, and How to Build It

https://spunfromink.wordpress.com/2015/10/22/build-writing-village/

3. 5 Books for Brave Girls

http://baehrlyreading.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/5-books-for-brave-girls.html

4. How to Write 5,000 Words in One Evening https://nesskingsley.wordpress.com/2015/10/12/how-to-write-five-thousand-words-in-one-evening/

5. The 2015 Blogger Awards

http://allisontheartofstorytelling.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/welcome-to-2015-blogger-awards.html

6. Writing VS. Everything Else Those Moments When It’s Not the Most Important Thing

http://www.raeoestreich.com/miscellaneous/writing-vs-everything-else-sometimes-its-not-the-most-important-thing/

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3 thoughts on “October Article Roundup

    1. Yes, it is you! Your article was the first one on my mind when I was trying to recap what articles I had liked recently. 🙂
      And thank you, I loved that infographic too. Did you see the USB mug warmer they had on there? I had never heard of it before and I was mindblown!

      -Emily

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      1. I’m totally blushing a little right now. That mug warmer would be great if I worked at a table. I’m planning on doing another gifts for writers post in November or December, so I’ll put that on there.
        Thanks again!
        Nicole

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