Colds make me a better reader

I’m still struggling with the flu and reading in bed (3 books so far this week, including The Best American Short Stories of the Century edited by John Updike, now there’s a treasure-trove) but today I ended up doing a bit more of browsing.

Some of these might be interesting to emerging writers. Though they’re not all I read today, I’d like to share some of the articles. Enjoy!

Should I tweet?

Your WIP- who’s the MC?

Been Hacked lately?

What’s on the next page in the great ebook race?

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Five Writing Tips From Reading J.K. Rowling’s HARRY POTTER

E-book Bestseller Lists from New York Times Coming in 2011

adine Gordimer on dividing fact from fiction

50 Iconic Writers who were repeatedly rejected

The Web Killed the Literary Review–And it’s not all Bad

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