1.  Thanks to Your Word Nerd for explaining whether to use ‘who’ or ‘whom’:

https://yourwordnerd.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/who-vs-whom/

2.  Scott Lorenz at The Book Publicist lists the top book awards to enter:

37 Top Book Awards for Authors in 2017

3.  Meg Dowell gives advice on how to connect with readers:

How to Connect With Your Readers

4.  The Eternal Scribbler gives advice on backing up your writing:

https://theeternalscribbler.wordpress.com/2015/10/23/156930/

5.  Barbara G. Tarn on Kobo Writing Life writes of 5 things she learned in the age of the typewriter:

Five Things I Learned in the Age of the Typewriter

6.  D.E Haggerty gives some hints on making your blog title catchy:

https://dehaggerty.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/hints-for-making-your-blog-title-catchy-mondayblogs-amwriting/

7.  Claire McKinney, guest at Writer Unboxed, gives advice on the best month to publish a book:

http://writerunboxed.com/2017/08/25/your-publicity-timeline-is-there-a-best-month-to-publish-your-book/

8.  Michael D. Turashoff gives advice on how to write a great beginning to your story:

How to Write a Great Beginning for Your Story

9. The Maltese Tiger gives 5 pitfalls to avoid when writing dialogue:

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Writing Dialogue

10.  Brian A. Klems, guest at The Writer’s Dig, gives advice on submitting short fiction and poetry:

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/submitting-short-fiction-poetry-5-faqs-magazine-editor

11. Jacqui Murray gives 17 tips for writers from Theodore Bernstein:

https://worddreams.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/writers-tips-102-10-tips-from-the-careful-writer-3/

12.  Paul Thayer gives us 25 grammatical terms to read and inwardly digest:

The top 25 grammatical terms you should know

13.  Sean Early, guest on Nicholas C. Rossis’ blog, gives 5 marketing tips:

https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com/2017/09/19/5-tips-to-market-your-self-published-book-in-a-cost-effective-manner/

14.  Thanks to Rachel Poli for these tips on how to give your short story a neat ending:

How To Give Your Short Stories A Neat Ending

Thanks to Chris, the Story Reading Ape, Anita Dawes & Jaye Marie, and Don Massenzio for the re-blogs.