The How-To Post of All How-To Posts (for Writing)

ManuscriptWas that title a little hard to wrap your mind around? I know it was for me. How often is it you have a sentence fragment where almost every word has an “o” in it? Forgive me, lapsing into alliterative nirvana…

I’ve had a massively wonderful week for a variety of reasons that would just bore you all to tears if I went into the deets. Suffice it to say that the relevant bit is that I’ve had plenty of time to finally catch up on some of the great writing resources out there and reinvigorate my brain meats with inspiring information about how to write a darn good story. For you dear readers, a short mashup of some of the greatest “how to” posts of the week.

And  a tip of the glass to you in manatees-on-‘roids-sized hope that these bits reinvigorate and inspire you as much as they have me, and the next couple of weeks lead to amazing new writing success for us all!

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8 Replies to “The How-To Post of All How-To Posts (for Writing)”

  1. John Dewey Nakamura Remy

    (I think wordpress killed my comment last week. Trying again!)

    Tammy, I’m glad that you find Sandra’s writing as inspiring as I do, especially in the SF realm. Her name alone evokes images of rock-hard, pulsing, writhing, prehensile abs. I’m perspiring as I type this–I’d better wipe off my wet palms with my wet towel, which is also wet. With water. The wet kind.

    1. Tammy Salyer Post author

      LOL, John. Now my monitor is wet with condensation just from reading this with my pre-wetted eyeballs that are dripping with wet water from laughing so hard. Even the laughter is a touch wet.