7 Useful Posts on Fiction and Writing
you just can’t think of anything clever or interesting to blog about the internet is just teeming with so many useful blog posts about fiction and writing that I just have to share some of them with you.
Well, this has been one of those weeks, so it’s time for another exciting instalment of ‘Useful Posts on Fiction and Writing’     . I have scoured WordPress for the last few days, searching out some of the most useful, entertaining or insightful posts on the subject of story writing and have compiled them here for your enjoyment.
And so, without further ado and in no particular order– here they are:
‘NaNo or Nah?’ by TGM.admin
‘How I Conquered Writer’s Block: A Return to Writing, Fiction, and Fun’ by Cococatani
‘Fast Fiction‘ by Mason Hawker
‘Unlock the Muse – October 24, 2018’ by TAwrites
‘5 More Outlining Methods for Your Novel’ by Rachel Poli
‘Captain’s Log – Personal Update’ by Robin Sarty
‘#NaNoWriMo Prep: Setting Up Your Story Bible | #amwriting #NaNo2018’ by Kaye Dacus
Thanks for taking the time to read this post. If you’ve any more suggestions for good time-wasting websites, I’m sure there’s many a bored or frustrated writer out there would love to hear about it, so why not post some of your favourites in the comments below? And don’t forget to ‘like’ this post and follow us so you never miss another post. You can also follow Penstricken on Twitter and like Penstricken on Facebook, if that’s what roasts your pig.
I’m hoping to do author interviews here on Penstricken over the coming year, especially with new fiction authors. If you’re interested in having your work featured on Penstricken, be to sure to drop us an e-mail or message us on Facebook/Twitter.
You can check out our previous interviews here:
Sharleen Nelson, Author of The Time Tourists 
Thank you for featuring my post on your blog. I’m glad you found it interesting and it was a lovely surprise to see that you’d noticed it!
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You’re very welcome. It was a great post, loved your microfictions 🙂