The three Rs for March 11

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This is an author’s blog, so the rules state I absolutely must post about writer-y stuff. Here are your links for (w)riting, reading, and a little bit of randomness.

(W)riting

Author and former agent Nathan Bransford runs a popular blog about writing and publishing. He doesn’t post as often since he left agenting for a day job in social media, but since he just announced his next book will be a non-fiction book on novel writing, now’s a good time to revisit his blog. Dig through his archives and you’ll find some great thoughts and discussion on writing and publishing.

Space monkey/corndog link: http://blog.nathanbransford.com

Reading

Aurorarama by Jean-Christophe Valtat is a challenging book, sometimes overgrown with flowery language, but stick with it and you might find it rewarding, as I did. It’s kind of like steampunk in how it imagines an alternate past that’s technologically advanced, with a gleaming city built in arctic, which turns to crime and ruin over time. There’s a lot of characters and concepts, and it deals with big, big ideas.

Northwest passage link: http://www.amazon.com/Aurorarama-Jean-Christophe-Valtat/dp/1935554131

Randomness

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Want more? Check out my book, CINE HIGH, now available for the Kindle and the free Kindle app.

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About Mac McEntire

Author of CINE HIGH. amazon.com/dp/B00859NDJ8
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