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I am a guest on Donna L. Martin’s blog today as part of her Writerly Wisdom series. She’s had articles, all relating to writing, every Wednesday, all year long!

Some of the subjects covered so far: social networking, to blog or not to blog, picture books to young adult, deadlines, writer’s block, critique groups, showing vs. telling, dialog, how to show action, adding tension, and so much more.

Please stop over at Donna’s blog and see my post I don’t need no stinkin’ editor.

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Through every season – the Writerly Wisdom Series, by Donna L. Martin

DSC01842Article by Donna L. Martin

A new writer’s series, Writerly Wisdom, began January 2, 2013 on my blog, On the Write Track.

I have been writing professionally for two years now and thought it was time to give back to the writing community in a special way. Hopefully, the link to this series will be on my website as a one-stop resource for new and established writers, providing words of wisdom on all writing topics from why become a writer all the way to promoting your new book.

Here are the scheduled guests throughout the year as well as some available dates still open for any author or established writer who would like to contribute a guest post to this new writer’s series:

January…First Steps To Becoming A Writer

2…Susanna Leonard Hill…Why be a writer?

9…Tara Lazar …Writer or Author? The Choice is Yours

16… Lori Grusin Degman…What type of genre will you write?

23…Steve DeWinter…Pantsing vs Plotting

30…Darlene Foster …Never too late to become a writer

February…Author Platform

6…Stirling Morris…Social Media Choices

13…Hazel Mitchell…Online Presence for Illustrators

20…Beth Stilborn…To Blog Or Not To Blog

27…Donna M McDine…Social Networking, Enough Already…When It Hinders Your Writing

March…Generating Ideas

6…Richa Jha…From The Pitcher Plant To The Cauldron

13…Linda Lodding…TBA

20…Wendy Whittingham…Reinventing Your Imagination

27…Alison Kipnis Hertz…Weathering The Brainstorm

April…Types of FictionDSC00966

3…Diane Hower…Picture Books

10…Kristi Holl…Middle Grade

17…Craig Lew…Young Adult

24…(OPEN)…Non Fiction

May…Non Fiction

1…Kristen Lamb…Non-Fiction: The Road To Becoming An Expert

8…(OPEN)…Proper Research

15…(OPEN)…Types Of Non Fiction

22…Tina Cho…Creating A Proposal

29…(OPEN)…Resources

June…Writing In The Real World

5…Allan Woodrow…Writing In The Real World

12…Carol Munro…Dealing With Deadlines

19…Kristi Holl…Writer’s Block

26… Jodell Sadler…Revisions: Dare to Delete & Do More

July…Writer’s Tool Box

3…(OPEN)…Office Necessities

10…(OPEN)…Writer’s Websites

17…(OPEN)…Reference Books

24…Jim Averbeck…Critique Groups: How To Run A Successful One

25…Janee Trasler…Critique Groups:  How To Custom Tailor One

31…(OPEN)…Professional Groups

August…Picture Books

7…Vivian Kirkfield…Age Groups And Formats

14…Russ Cox…Generating Ideas: Thinking Like A Child

21…Catherine Margaret Johnson…Prose vs Rhyme

28…Corey R Schwartz…Meter And Rhythm

September…Characters

4…Sarah Frances Hardy…Creating Believable Ones

5…Marsha Diane Arnold…Character Driven Picture Books

11…Monica Kulling…Dialogue

18…Miranda Paul…Multiculturalism

25…Judy Cox…Anthropomorphic Characters

October…PlotDSC01701

2…Nicole Zoltack…Creating Tension

9…Kristen Lamb…Showing vs Telling

16…(OPEN)…How To Show Action

23…(OPEN)…Beginning, Middle, And End

30…Darcy Pattison…Creating A Series

November…The Road To Publication

6…Margaret Greanias…Agent vs Publisher

13…(OPEN)…What An Editor Does And Does Not Do

20…(OPEN)…How To Find An Agent

27…(OPEN)…Creating A Query Letter

December…Promoting

4…(OPEN)…Blog Tours

11…(OPEN)…Book Signings

18…Marcie Colleen…School Visits

25…(OPEN)…Online Presence: Amazon, Goodreads, Etc.

Thanks, Karen, for giving a shout-out to this new writer’s series.

Donna L. Martin

Donna L. Martin

Donna L Martin has spent many years hanging out with her cat, Tommy, and perfecting the worlds in her imagination. She writes engaging children’s books, middle grade adventures, and young adult novels. When Donna is not training for her Master Fifth Degree Black Belt in TaeKwonDo or helping run her martial arts school in Tennessee, she is working on her latest writing project. Donna is an active member of SCBWI Midsouth and participates in a variety of communities including PiBoIdMo, Linkedin, Twitter, and Children’s Book Hub Facebook groups.Connect with Donna at her website, blog, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and on Pinterest.

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