Friday, 8 March 2013

Weekly Inspirations #8

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Here is a round-up of all the links that I have tweeted this week. Have a great weekend.


"7 Lies that are slowly killing your dreams" | Must Read |

Finding The Vessel | A Big Creative Yes  via

10 Life Quotes and Tips to Help You Smile  via


Kevin Edwards on Character Development -  Without full... 

A Plot Problem Is A Character Problem  via

Reviews, Triberr and Feed140 make life bearable 

“I never plan. I never know what the next page is going to be." ―Haruki Murakami  

19 Things Successful People Do On Social Media ║ ║

Friday Five Minute Exercise - Your Identity  via

Giving Too Much Away  via 

Top 10 Rules To NOT Be A Social Media Douche via @MondayBlogs

Why Not Blogging Is Stupid by  aka Rachel Thompson  

The Waiting     via @katieoliver01

How can a writer use Scoop.It!?  via @mollygreene

Who Should Read Your Unpublished Work? via 

Everything goes better with music, including writing mystery stories. - See more at:  via @MAllenScott

Incidents and Happenings: Scenes That Aren't Actually Scenes via@KMWeiland

  and Format An Impactful Blog Post by   

Debut author  on How to Keep the Joy in Writing & her new book The Night Rainbow 

 author  talks about writing long and short fiction with  on this link -

 : The Cretin's Top Ten Tips to Being the Greatest Writer Ever  

The Least You Should Know - Commas  via

Readers Writes - Where Readers Talk About Books  via

A to Z Tips - The Advantage of a Theme  via 

6 Tips to Clear out Your Mental Trash  via

Check out my updates on books & writers on The Magic of Words - News Blog  via @LisaCorelli

  Top Amazon reviewer interviews author Rachel Thompson abt Broken Pieces

Diary of a Novel at  via @SuzanneMain

 New post, new book! Blog It! The Author’s Guide To Building A Successful Online Brand  via @mollygreene

Choose Wisely: Metaphors in Character -  via

Story Worms: Introduction - The Horror Tree  via

What’s the Big Idea? Generating the Idea for a Story  via @SuzanneMain

9 Posts On Blogging You Really Should Read Immediately  via @ZenSpill

Three Questions to Get to the Heart of Your Story  via

Worst Case Scenario Is Something To Aim For  via

"Drafting is crucial. It’s a joy. It’s how I develop a story and push it forwards." New Michele Roberts interview via @BathStoryAward

How Do You Write a Great Work of Fiction? via @AdviceToWriters

Insecure Writer's Support Group: How a Beta Can Help via 

Ministry Of Mum: A Conversation With Laura Kemp, Author Of "Mums Like Us"  via 

Tackling the A-Z Challenge  via 

Who is your reader? The Kill Zone  via


"I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions." —James Michener via @WriterJimDenney

I still look at the world with uncontaminated wonder, and with all living things I have a terrific sympathy. ~Walt Disney via @high_on_glitter

"When it is dark enough, you can see the stars." - Ralph Waldo Emerson via @Vivien_Gidaro

To acquire the habit of reading is to construct for yourself a refuge from almost all the miseries of life. W Somerset Maugham via @YveAlexander

Dare to see the beauty and inspiration within yourself. ~Gale Minchew   via @galeminchew

“What we need are more people who specialize in the impossible.” ― Theodore Roethke via @Loveszar

Believe in yourself, no one else can do it for you @Melissa_Foster

You don't always get what you wish for, you get what you work for. -Unknown via @Sports_HQ

“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.” ― Douglas Adams via @NewMediaDS

"When life gives you lemons, squirt someone in the eye" - Cathy Guisewite via @JasonWagner1993

We can remember minutely and precisely only the things which never really happened to us. -- Eric Hoffer via @EdCoburn1

“Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” ― Anton Chekhov via @JeanneLynn68

“If you're going through hell, keep going.” Winston Churchhill via @Scarberryfields


Two Ebooks F-to-the-R-E-E in all formats!  via

Christine Presents: The Talisman  via 

Christine Presents: Shadow of the Legacy  via

Since Tomorrow by Morgan Nyberg is an unsettling novel, in the way only a powerful, well-crafted book can be.  via @GMTALITERARY

Christine Presents: Bobble Head Babes  via

Gerri Bowen: An Excerpt from AUDREY’S LOVE  via

D.R. Racey Buy One Get One Free . Visit the Goodreads Event posting for more info.    via @DRRaceyBooks

Need more  in your life? Shadows of Destiny Saga-18 yo psychic, ghosts, angels& old family legacies. Print  via @galeminchew

Update: My Novels   via @KyraDune

Christine Young Presents: Wolf Sirens  via 

'THE REAPING' A Very British Ghost Story.  "REMINISCENT OF M.R JAMES."  via @HEJoyce1

Review of Strange Love by Victoria Pearson  

 of You Wish by Terry Tyler  via @MeMyBooksandI

Read an E-Book Week! 2013 style  via 

Ramblings in Ireland by Kerry Dwyer on the Independent Author Index:   via @DwyerKerry

Bianca's Blog: "Live and Let Die" FREE on Smashwords: via @BiancaSloane

Like paranormal fantasy romance?  via @FrostFyre

To motivate yourself, it is necessary to understand what U find important     


Blue footed Booby Animal Talk 

Killing Time: How to Destroy Your Productivity  via

Cat tries to squeeze into small box Animal Talk 

Morning Peeps. I give you an impediment to writing. A cute one. via @Liza0Connor

The muse most of us REALLY need. Wish he was here right now. via @ReeseRyanWrites

The Beauty of the Antelope Canyon  via

"Don't take life so seriously. It's not like anyone is getting out alive!"

Kitten vs Two Scary Things  Animal Talk

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