I picked up cards for a load of Friday Recommends at the Imaginarium Convention this weekend, but I haven’t had time to get to them yet. Meanwhile, I have these.
Amazon is tightening up — again — on the reviews it will allow. Derek Murphy’s beautiful Creativindie blog tells you why and what to do about it.
If you blog, you want graphics on your post. One place to get some is OpenClipart. It’s fanfreakintastic. Start there, and take your find to Canva or PicMonkey and make you an eyeball-grabbin’ graphic.
I’ve pointed you before to Paul’s Shadow and Substance, where he pays tribute to Rod Serling. I particularly recommend for your consideration his post, A Doorway to Sanity, in which he takes “A Stop at Willoughby” as his text for a meditation on how we can make or break one another little by little every day.
Unicorn for Writers is a beautiful site for useful and reasonably priced author services. It also has pages of links and resources. Sign up for their newsletter. They won’t bombard you, and they point you to some prize places.
Like HistoryGossip, for instance. I am so there.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Invent a piece of history gossip that your character knows personally.