Fill-Me-In Friday: Best Writing Links of the Week


Signing MELT INTO YOU at B&N

Whew, it's been a whirlwind week. MELT INTO YOU released (thanks to everyone who's bought it so far!) and I've been staying with my parents, so I've felt a bit off balance all week. I haven't written, and I've barely managed to blog. It's been a fun two weeks away from home, but boy am I ready to get back to my routine.

And though I haven't been able to surf articles as much this week, I did find a few can't miss posts that I wanted to share with you.

On Writing/Publishing:

7 Ways You Give Away Your Power – and How to Avoid It | Rachelle Gardner

The Luxury of Having Options | Mystery Writing is Murder

See How Easily You Can Write A Novel Using The Snowflake Method via BubbleCow (This idea gives me heart palpitations, but it may work for you.)

Between Fact and Fiction: Allow Yourself To Think Of Alternatives

For writers: Steps to deal with book piracy « Stephanie Lawton

25 Things Writers Should Stop Doing via Chuck Wendig

Bisy Backson: The Unsung Value of Idle Time « Writerland

Cheryl Rainfield » Evernote: A Great Free Tool For Writers

Successful Fiction Begins With a Great Concept - via Kill Zone

Protecting Your Writing Time – And Yourself via Writer Unboxed


On Social Networking/Promotion:

6 Rules of Facebook Engagement via Lisa Hall Wilson

Blogging Basics: 10 Places to Find Images That DON'T Cost a Penny via Amberr Meadows

Cat's Eye Writer Blog | Judy Dunn - Pencils, Pens and Writing - The Beauty of Low Tech Blogging

Authors online–good or bad? via Carina Press


For Fun:

Top ten myths about introverts – Basically a breakdown of me. | Chris Conner

ME AND MAGIC MIKE | TheRomanceMan <--a guy's perspective


What You May Have Missed Here:

Hats, hats, hats...

5 Signs You're Having a Blog Identity Crisis & 8 Ways To Fix It


That's all I've got this week. Hope everyone has a fantastic weekend! My blog will be back to "normal" next week since I'll be back home again.