A few from this and last week:
On writing advice, Agent Natalie Lakosil wrote an interesting post about first versus third person.
A hilarious post at YA Confidential by guest Copil Yáñez on How to Write Like a Man.
Wordplay on Are All the Pieces in Place for Your Climax? This post reminded of Teralyn Pilgrim's very different take on foreshadowing a few weeks ago.
Dawn over at the Write Soil posted all of her wonderful Strong Dialogue tips!
At Oasis for YA, there is a very interesting post about The Art of Conflict, breaking down different ways to create conflict.
Jani over at Life Debatable is quickly becoming one of my favorite newer bloggers. She wrote a very helpful post this week: How I Build My Worlds.
The amazing Veronica Roth discussed the changes in Divergent from first draft to final draft.
On the publishing side of things:
Jill Corcoran published a handful of links about How to get an Agent.
Kody Keplinger admitted her True Confessions of Multi-Published Author.
Adam over at Author's Echo posted about Patching e-books--something I've never even thought about before.
And Writer's Digest answers the question: Should you use a Non-AAR Literary Agent (and what does that mean)?
Leigh Ann at the Naptime Novelist is doing a giveaway for Lauren Myracle's SHINE.
Finally, are you up for a little humor today?
Angie posted some great writerly cartoons over on Live to Write...Edit when Necessary.
Michael Offutt on What if I Fail At Being Published?
And I always love K. Marie Criddle's amazingly funny artwork. I get all giddy every time she has a new post!
Nada. That's all I can manage to say.
I just keep counting down to November.