Saturday, February 22, 2014

Did You Visit the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Blog Last Week?

I wasn't near a computer to promote most of the excellent posts at the RMFW Blog last week, so here are the links, just in case you missed something great.

Monday, February 17th. Pam Nowak, the new RMFW president, talked about writerly organizations and critique groups in Being in Community With Other Writers. Pam writes historical romance set in the American West.

Tuesday, February 18th. Everything you've ever wanted to know about writing a mystery and were afraid to ask is in Engineering a Mystery by Beth Groundwater. Beth writes the Claire Hanover gift basket designer series and the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Adventure series featuring white water river ranger Mandy Tanner.

Wednesday, February 19th. Fantasy author Kerry Schafer offered Action Plans for the Scattered and Unmotivated.

Thursday, February 20th. Attorney Susan Spann returned with Part II of Juggling Contracts: Look for the Language. Susan writes the ninja detective Hiro Hattori historical mystery series.

Friday, February 21st.  The question we all ask over and over, When is "done" done? is tackled by Sean Curley. The revision and self-editing process can turn into the neverending story, so take a look at Sean's plan for getting the job "done."

Next week is going to be pretty cool, too. Regular contributors Katriena Knights and Julie Kazimer will be joined by our newest monthly blogger Liesa Malik and guest bloggers Warren Hammond and Yvonne Montgomery.

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Mason Canyon said...

A nice wrap up and interesting topics. The RMFW Blog is a great resource for writers and a fun place for readers to visit too.

John Paul McKinney said...

Thanks for steering us in the right direction, Pat. Just read Pam Nowak's blog on the writing community. Really good stuff. I'll read the others tomorrow. I appreciate your help. I've been to the Colorado Gold just once and got a lot out of it.

Margot Kinberg said...

Thanks, Pat, for the links. Always good to see what's going on in the writing world.

Trisha F said...

I'd love to go to something like this in the flesh!