I’ve come across his blog a few times while exploring the Internet and thanks to WAC I’m going to devote my time to reading his posts. Bransford is a former literary agent and published a children’s book this year, called Jacob Wonderbar and the Cosmic Space Kapow. He puts his knowledge about publishing and writing into readable columns. And look at his out put each year since 2008!
Originally started by two young ladies, this blog has augmented to include contributions from other writers. Topics range from interviews to writing tips.
My favorite article on this site: 73 Ways to Become a Better Writer. Read nothing else. Okay, I’m lying. Read the other articles, from writing on Twitter (who knew you needed advice for writing 140 character posts on Twitter?) to writing an article in 20 minutes. Then go back to the 73 Ways to Become a Better Writer.
I can relate to Ollin Morales. I’ve written and complete three books, but I’m currently writing a novel that I plan to market for the first time. Writing a novel is a big deal and there’s no better way to keep yourself motivated than to write about writing it. I think I’ll do that, too.