Saturday, September 13, 2014

The Writer's Alley Weekend Round-Up

We had our first taste of fall here in Texas today, which is weird because Texas usually doesn't get close to cooling down until the end of October. I'm not complaining. Cooler weather is refreshing and makes me want to bake. Not great for my ever-expanding figure, but it sure makes the house smell good! So if you are experiencing cooler weather, rejoice! And while you are at it, stop by The Writer's Alley. We have some fantastic guests this week who are going to knock your socks off!

The Alley Weekly Line-Up

Monday - Pepper is hosting the fabulous Julie Gwinn who will be telling us what agents are looking for and how to pitch to them.

Tuesday - Laurie is hosting writer/editor Sally Bradley. Stop by and learn from a master.

Wednesday - Check out Mary's post, entitled  'Twas the Week Before Conference and All Through The Writer's House. She will be talking about what to pack for a writer's conference. She will also have many Alley Cat pics from previous conferences, so be sure to stop by and see the fun.

Thursday - Krista is hosting multi-published author, Sherri Wilson Johnson. Stop by and learn from someone who knows!

Friday -  Casey is sharing about authentic marketing. A perfect topic for Casey, who is as real as they come.

We Have A Winner

The winner on Amy's post "Soul Stirring Fiction - Yesterday's Tomorrow" is...

Robin E. Mason

The Awesome Link Round-Up

Getting Organized to Write or Edit (Go Teen Writers)

The Number One Tip For Freelance Writers From Hans Solo (Write to Done)

How To Write More and Create A Daily Writing Habit (The Creative Penn)

7 Ways To Expertly Edit Your Own Writing (Helping Writers Become Authors)

How Best-Selling Writers Sabotage Themselves (And How To Learn From Their Mistakes) (Live Write Thrive)

Nobody Writes Good First Drafts (Rachelle Gardner)


This post is brought to you by
 Sherrinda Ketchersid

Sherrinda is a minister's wife and mother to three giant sons and one gorgeous daughter. A born and bred Texan, she writes historical romance filled with fun, faith, and forever love.

1 comment:

Casey said...

love your new headshot, Sher!