Karin Kallmaker’s tips on moderating and/or being on a panel. And why it’s important to make love to the bush! Ad free site.
Revised and expanded – Karin Kallmaker’s advice on how to prepare and survive reading from your book the first time. Ad free site.
After 7 months of stay-at-home, and watching the failures of things I took for granted, I’ve had to conquer my own disbelief that any of this could happen here.
It’s not just you and me. Even famous, wildly successful, ground-breaking writers doubt they had an impact. #ImposterSyndrome #WriterSelfCare
Enjoying local people art their heart out is one of my favorite self-cares for the solitary writer lifestyle. It’s also a great balance to the times we’re living through.
I no longer recommend RWA as a resource. Please see the full post for details on how RWA censured and suspended a woman of color for calling out racism. And then they made it worse.
The Lesbrary lesbrarians post about the books they find intriguing in the broad spectrum of lesbian and bisexual stories. There’s also a link round up and a blog roll to expand your resources.
Writing, like any profession, has a skill set. Yet it’s hard to find safe, welcoming spaces to learn these essential skills. Read more about the GCLS Writing Academy.
Smart Bitches, Trashy Books… Just what it sounds like. Read more about this unabashed pro-romance site.
The Lesbian Reading Room reviews short and long fiction for and about lesbians, with attention to works produced in the United Kingdom. That’s right, lots of books with that elegant “u”, a personal favourite of mine. Read more about it.
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