1.  Dan Alatorre gives us these 10 things which make a story unreadable.

10 Things That Make Your Story UNREADABLE

2. Thanks to Sacha Black for these 30 writing competitions:

30 Writing Competitions With Cash Prizes

3.  Thanks to Archer’s Aim for this blog on how Scrivener can aid writing:

8 Ways Scrivener Aids My Writing

4.  Good info from A Writer’s Path regarding book covers:

What Self-Pubbing Authors Need to Know About Getting the Best Book Cover

5.  Thanks to Roberta Pimentel for these 5 ways to promote your blog for free:


6.  Thanks to Jean’s Writing for this info on backing up your work:

What would happen to your story in a fire?

7.  The Publication Plan gives us this info on annoying writing mistakes:

Annoying writing mistakes [INFOGRAPHIC]

8.  Michael Dellert gives writers 8 reasons to use Twitter:


9. The Millionaire’s Digest gives us the key to writing an amazing blog post:


10.  Thanks to  Chris, the Story Reading Ape for this infographic on how to find freelance writing jobs:

HOW TO: Find Freelance Writing Jobs Infographic…

11.  4 reasons from Timothy Pike on why self-published authors should be taken more seriously than ever:


12.  Yecheilyah  at Pearls Before Swine gives us some advice on how to personalise our blogs without giving too much of our business away:


13.  Thanks to Carly Watters for this info on how to personalise your query to agents:

10 Ways To Personalize Your Query to Agents

14. Georgina Cromarty shares what she has learned from blogging, and how it helps her writing:

What I learned from blogging and how it helped my fictional writing #amwriting #writing

15.  Here’s Melissa Bowersock at Indies Unlimited and her take on editing:


16. Sue Vincent asks – is blogging worth it?

Is blogging worth it? 10 reasons why…

17.  Tara Sparling’s interview of Lorna Sixsmith focuses on how to market a book without annoying everybody:

How To Market A Book Without Annoying Everybody

Thanks to Archer’s Aim, Don Massenzio,  Kim’s Author Support Blog, Chris the Story Reading Ape, and Lizzie Chantree for the re-blogs.