Cheryl Schenk for dropping by yesterday. An extra-special thanks to Kay Theodoratus for a mention on her blog. And another extra special thanks to Angela Ackerman for the retweety!
Very Special Welcome - Francine, KK Brees, Summer Ross, Jules, Lynda Young, Angela Ackerman, Jamie Council, Erica
Congratulations - Clarissa Draper on her sale!!! Al's first book is now available from Amazon - 'Veiled in Shadows'.
Brenda Drake was kind enough to show her project notebook & provide an overview on her blog this week. Karen G has a lovely little friend to inspire during the month of November. Hannah Moskowitz has a great article on her approach for her 3rd NaNo year. Katie Anderson discusses the plan/pants leading up to NaNo. Lisa M Potts lists 36 different plot types. Jennifer Becton inspires with a Fear Free NaNo blog. Dani Greer, founding member of The Blood-Red Pencil, covers her NaNo experience as well as the plotting debate leading into November. Nathan Bransford has held NaNo Boot Camp all week - a must read.
The Other Stuffs - Jamie Council had a post this week regarding a Marie Claire article about 'Mike & Molly' - check it out. The Bear Monk covered Glee & Rocky Horror - who'd of thought the 2 would go in the same sentence. Julie Musil has a book review of 'The Preacher's Bride' & a great post on self-censorship. Pat Stoltey had a book review, guest blogger person & some great marketing advice this week. Madeleine has information re: the Campaign for Real Books - conservation at its finest. Lydia Sharp has a guest post over at Writer Unboxed - 'The Butcher, The Baker, The Candlestick Maker'.
And that, pretty much covers this week.
As Monday begins my foray into the unknown land of NaNo, I will probably be crying much come Fridays. I will try to keep it to a mini-hankie. But only time will tell. Have an amazing weekend, a Happilarious Halloween & much more.