News from Dead Darlings

Like everyone else, we at Dead Darlings are winding down another year and getting ready for whatever 2015 has in store for us. To bring 2014 to a close, we offer you our favorite posts from the last month:

 Researching Your Own History

Alison Murphy in Personal Artifacts: Researching Your Own History has a lovely post on the power of memory and personal history and how it can influence our lives and novels.

 Holiday Party Guidance

For those inevitable moments at parties when questions come up about what you do for a living, Kelly Ford in Awkward Party Conversations with Writers has a guide on how to respond.

 Advice for that Bad Draft

Some words of wisdom from Carol Gray in This Draft Sucks for that moment every writer faces – the realization (right or wrong) that your writing is very, very bad.

 Your Social Media Platform

Kelly Robertson was lucky enough to interview Crystal King in How to Start Building a Social Media Presence for some great ideas on how to get that social media platform up and running. Put that on your 2015 New Year’s resolution list. 

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