It’s tradition on writing/editing/publishing blogs to show your link love every Friday. Here are some highlights from this week:
Agent Nathan Bransford writes in the Huffington Post about what it takes to “move the needle,” or make an impact, within the publishing industry.
Ben Parr over at Mashable writes about how LinkedIn and Twitter can
now be synced.
Agent Rachelle Gardner over at Rants & Ramblings has a couple of great posts on how royalties work.
And if you want more details about how royalties work, check out Ask the Agent, where former Cody’s bookstore owner gets into territorial rights.
Also over at Rants & Ramblings, guest blogger Angie Ledbetter speaks about WAAH—the Writerly Ailments And Hazards that plague, in particular, female writers with a husband and kids.
Agent Janet Reid gives the breakdown of her feedback on 68 queries she read Saturday night.
Experience part three of NaNoReVisMo with the Intern.
Women’s fiction writer Sierra Godfrey writes a great post about last sentences.
Happy Weekend! We will resume Monday with the next installment of The Editing Hour.