It’s Friday, and once again we celebrate with a fry-up of useful links.
Pinterest is the hot new social network of the moment, and in If You Like It Then You Shoulda Put a Pin On It Tasmanian writer Tansy Rayner Roberts starts looking for ways it can be used as a promotional vehicles for writers. If you’re feeling a little more old-school, this list of 40 Twitter Hashtags for Writers may come in handy.
10 Ways to Create Digital Magazines includes a number of interesting digital tools for producing digital content aimed at tablets and mobile phones.
Need some help getting into the habit of writing every day? It may be time to sign up to 750words.com, a free website that exists solely to encourage people to write 750 words every day. Once you set up your account you can set automated reminder emails, earn badges for writing streaks, and get detailed feedback on how long it takes you to reach your word-count (and how many breaks you take along the way).
The link to James Scott Campbell’s Listen to the Book appeared on our AWM twitter feed (thanks to @porteranderson). It’s a short post, but a useful one. And Speakeasy reader Bonnee recommended the Writer Unboxed blog in the comments last week (being a fan of food and fiction, I was naturally drawn to their post about Treating Readers Like Fine Diners).
What about you? What writing and publishing links have whet your taste-buds this week? Let us know in the comments.