I’ve been so busy writing these last few months that I’ve barely had time read about, well, writing. Even so, I  stumbled upon some great posts out in the wide, wide world of web…

1. The Engine of Empathy: Three Ways to Convey Characters’ Emotions from Screencraft.org

2. 7 Non-Writing Activities to Boost Your Creativity by Amanda Shofner

3. Tricks & Tips for Catching All Those Little Typos in Your Own Work by Jodie Renner at Janice Hardy’s Fiction University 

4. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Getting Published by Natasha Lester

5. 7 Tips for Writing Captivating Description by James Royce Patterson at Penleak 

6. How To Write the Beginning of a Novel: 10 Things You Shouldn’t Do by Natasha Lester 

7. Four Questions To Ask When Your Writing Is Stuck by Cathy Yardley at Writer Unboxed

8. Historical Fiction: How Do You Stop It Being A History Lesson? by Kate Forsyth  

9. 30 Copy Editors Tell Us Their Pet Peeves at Buzzfeed Books 

10. The Seven Deadly Sins of Dialogue by Susan Defreitas at LitReactor

11. Neil Gaiman’s 8 Good Writing Practices  by Jon Winokur at Advice To Writers 

12. Then They Took Off Their Clothes And Did That Thing by Robin Rinaldi at Book Keeping

13. 5 Things I Want More Of In Fantasy Romance Subplots at Piss, Coffee and Vinegar 

14. Body Language: Eyes at Reference for Writers

15. Wood Bison Roam the U.S For First Time in A Century at Discover Magazine
OK, so this one is completely off topic but hey, that is great news, right? Also off-topic, but nonetheless pleasing, is this comprehensive study guide to Wuthering Heights by Naoise Dolan. Or how about this article called Discover Poldark’s Cornwall? Yes, it has nothing to do with writing, but, let’s face it, Sunday nights just haven’t been the same since season one of Poldark ended. Such wonderful… scenery.