Weekly Round-Up March 23

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Weekly Round-Up March 23

Our Initiatives

PFWA’s Fan-Fiction Initiative Continues Through April

April is Poetry Month & Camp NaNoWriMo

PFWA Blog: From the CAO’s Desk

The Stigma Against Fan-Fiction by Jean Beausoleil

Upcoming PFWA Events

April 19: Democratizing Fiction
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May 3: Social Meetup
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Writing Craft and Publication

5 Valuable Charts that Show How Publishing is Changing
http://janefriedman.com/2014/03/21/5-valuable-charts/

8 Ways Scrivener Will Help You Become a Proficient Writer Overnight
http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2014/03/25/scrivener-proficient-writer/

The 3 Dimensions of Character
http://moodywriting.blogspot.com/2014/03/the-three-dimensions-of-character.html

Authenticity vs Perpetuation of Bad
http://www.fromthewriteangle.com/2014/03/authenticity-vs-perpetuation-of-bad.html

An Author’s Responsibility (How Realistic is too Realistic?)
http://www.thepassivevoice.com/03/2014/an-authors-responsibility/

3 Deadly Symptoms of Self-Doubt
http://diymfa.com/writing/ask-becca-3-deadly-symptoms-self-doubt

How I Write by David Baldacci
http://www.thepassivevoice.com/03/2014/how-i-write-david-baldacci/

Are you writing the right story?
http://diymfa.com/writing/writing-right-story

Embracing (and Encouraging) A Writing and Reading Life

5 tips for Running a Little Free Library
http://bookriot.com/2014/03/24/5-tips-running-little-free-library/

What Really Matters
http://authorchronicles.wordpress.com/2014/03/12/what-really-matters/

They’re Never Just Books
http://bookriot.tumblr.com/post/80798167624/theyre-never-just-books-theyre-whole-worlds

Advice that Every Young Writer Needs to Hear
http://blog.bookbaby.com/2014/03/advice-that-every-young-writer-needs-to-hear/

About 

JR, aka Jesi, is the PFWA’s Chief Information Officer. Her formal education was in Information Systems and Technology with a minor in Business, but her passion has always been for all things literary. Outside of PFWA, Jesi is the founding editor of Crimson Melodies Publishing – a micro-press for dark-fantasy with heart. When not editing, reading, or attempting to uncover all the writer groups in Greater Philadelphia on behalf of the PFWA, Jesi is a writer, a Dungeons and Dragons Role-Player, and small business technology consultant. There aren’t enough hours in the day, but she works with what she has and one day hopes to be able to publish her own book alongside the authors she’s proud to work with.


About Author

JR Wesley

JR, aka Jesi, is the PFWA’s Chief Information Officer. Her formal education was in Information Systems and Technology with a minor in Business, but her passion has always been for all things literary. Outside of PFWA, Jesi is the founding editor of Crimson Melodies Publishing – a micro-press for dark-fantasy with heart. When not editing, reading, or attempting to uncover all the writer groups in Greater Philadelphia on behalf of the PFWA, Jesi is a writer, a Dungeons and Dragons Role-Player, and small business technology consultant. There aren’t enough hours in the day, but she works with what she has and one day hopes to be able to publish her own book alongside the authors she’s proud to work with.

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