Week’s Links


Oh, this is a good one–it begs for self-relfection and contemplation. Awesome! Thanks Michelle Zink! http://michellezinkbooks.wordpress.com/2010/03/16/blogging-the-blogosphere/

Using precise words precisely by Zoe C. Courtman: http://zoecourtman.blogspot.com/2010/03/shambling-toward-word-choice.html

This link is the first in a series of three posts regarding sexuality in YA. All three are good, so check ’em out. 😉  http://blog.shaundavidhutchinson.com/2010/03/ya-sexuality-part-i-full-disclosure.html

Nathan Bransford’s post about repetition, though short, makes an entirely pointiferous point about using repetition in making a point. (*grin*) http://blog.nathanbransford.com/2010/03/blog-post-on-repetition-repetition-that.html

This site is pretty cool if you love books. (And since you’re reading this blog, I’m gonna assume you like books.) I Heart Monster is hosting a Michelle Zink signed copy of Prophecy of the Sisters contest!: http://www.iheartmonster.com/2010/03/prophecy-of-sisters-by-michelle-zink.html

Now, for a little fun. If you’ve ever wondered why the Exitentialist Olympics never got off the ground, here’s your reason: http://mcsweeneys.net/2010/3/4nathan.html

Ever wonder where your comment goes? More of McSweeneys (Who is this guy, anyway and why did it take me so long to find him?): http://mcsweeneys.net/links/commenter/1commenter.html 😉

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4 comments on “Week’s Links

  1. Thanks for the great links. 😀

  2. Karen Lange says:

    Thanks for the links! Happy weekend! 🙂

  3. Thanks for stopping by! Always appreciated! Happy writing!

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