Literary links

Couple of links today.   Writer Unboxed posted the first half of an interview we did a few weeks ago:  A Writer Unboxed

And Westword, a Denver newspaper posted a very fun map.  Click on #47

And for those aspiring writers who are sure there are no new book contracts to be had, here’s a lovely first sale story at Melissa Francis’s blog (aka Mel-O-Drama, which I still think is a great blog title for a writer.) Bravo, Mel!!!

I am tired this morning. It's  Friday, bright and sunny. I've had a good week--lots
This is an in-progress drawing that's been living on my desk the past week. It
A friend of mine has started a business flipping houses. We live in a lucrative
I am a fan of Gretchen Rubin, whose books on happiness and habits offer a
Lately, I've been reading the diaries of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn to help create
I am tired this morning. It's  Friday, bright and sunny. I've had a good week--lots
This is an in-progress drawing that's been living on my desk the past week. It
A friend of mine has started a business flipping houses. We live in a lucrative
I am a fan of Gretchen Rubin, whose books on happiness and habits offer a
Lately, I've been reading the diaries of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn to help create

3 thoughts on “Literary links

  1. Thanks for the link to the Literary Map, Barbara. It was a fun project — and I was glad I got to include Lady Luck. I read it last year and loved it.

  2. Mel

    Thank you, Barbara! I’m still on cloud nine…(I know, surprise, surprise!)

  3. What a wonderful sale story! I really do feel inspired. Cloud Nine will be the place to be for some time, I’m thinking 🙂

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