This roundup of most interesting posts from March includes stories about writers and writing, craft, business, and the writing lifestyle. The publishing industry continues to be noisy.
There are also articles on technology, legal issues, and marketing.
How to Organize Our Writing Research Notes by Jenny Hansen on jamigold.com March 27, 2014. Writing craft.
In Writing, There Are Rules, and Then There Are “Rules” by Chuck Wendig on terribleminds.com March 19, 2014. Writing craft.
10 Simple Twitter Tactics That Will Get You More Traffic Today by Brian Honigman on boostblogtraffic.com March 13, 2014. Marketing.
20 Inspiring Pinterest Boards for Writers by Carrie Smith on thewritelife.com March 13, 2014. Writing Craft.
Here’s What Both Pantsing and Plotting Miss: The Real Story by Lisa Cron on writerunboxed.com March 13, 2014. Writing Craft.
The Top 10 Ways to Write about Music by Christine on betternovelproject.com March 11, 2014. Writing Craft.
5 Ways Re-Posting Other Bloggers’ Content Rips Them Off by Molly Greene on molly-greene.com March 10, 2014. Blogging, legal issues.
Moving a WordPress Site Without Hassle by Rachel McCullen on smashingmagazine.com April 8, 2013. WordPress. (This is from last year, but I used it this month and the guidelines are golden.)
170 Sq. Ft. Modern Treehouse Micro Cabin by Alex Pino on tinyhousetalk.com March 3, 2014. Lifestyle, writing studio.
How a Publisher Should Never Treat a Writer, or What the F***k is Wrong with Coffee House Press? by Bruce deSilva on brucedesilva.wordpress.com February 28, 2014. Bad business.
Kathryn, thank you so much for sharing my blog post!
Molly, you’re welcome. It’s an important topic — the meaning of content protection in a digital world. Not to mention the issue of mutual on-line respect.
Thanks for including our post about Pinterest in your fantastic round-up, Kathryn! I’d missed a couple of these, and am now busy catching up. Thanks!
I find it fascinating how all the social networks play into one another. Pinterest, which is based on visual attraction, can be effective for folks whose focus is the written word.