Sunday, December 23, 2012

Sunday Replay #18 + Links & More


Sunday Replay is a weekly recap of the postings on this blog. I will also be sharing other articles and newsworthy items I've found interesting. I may even showcase some pictures I've uploaded.


Stuff from the blog this week:


~Links & More~

Again, more links that I liked this week (there were so many good ones!!!) and had to share. They are actually quite timely for me when it comes to my own writing. Three of them were from the wonderful authors at YA Highway. With my crazy schedule (well, my new schedule in general but also with the extra hours these last couple weeks), this post was great--helping me try to figure out a way to fit in my writing and still get things done. Something I've thought about lately is along the lines of this post about when to hit send on your novel for publishing (I loved that LOL cat picture). And this post on knowing your ending when writing your novel because endings are important. Aaannnddd finally a post on The Daily Dahlia called Dear Writers: 10 Blunt Messages from Me to You on the Eve of 2013.

Ah yes... what else is there to say? Well, it's been another long week--6 days in a row... and practically 50 hours altogether. I am so surprised at how awake I am writing this post (it's late Saturday night). And with as much sleep as I need, I probably won't be in bed until one o'clock when this post is up! Can't wait for this next week of normal work hours and relaxing on the days off. I'll be spending most of today (Sunday) chilling out. Oh, it sounds so good... ;)


Much love to all!

Jessica

2 comments:

  1. Oh Jessica, I always get so much out of reading your Sunday replay. Thanks again for all the great links. I hope it's a slower week at work for you!

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    1. You're welcome! Some of these links just end up being so perfectly timed, I love it. And thank you! :)

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