ROW80, Link Happy and Susan Mitchell Drawings

Here goes... another ROW80 check in.

I can't believe how many holes there are in my story - I'm going to be busy next month writing more to fill up all those gaps. I knew I didn't have to worry about only having 70,000 for the first draft, at the end of NaNo. There's always more description, more dialogue and more motivation that can go in there!

This Wednesday is Link Happy Day! Or so say I. Here are a few blogs I've enjoyed this past week:

Outlander Kitchen is dedicated to all things Outlander and food related. Here's Jamie and Frank playing whisky checkers!

Alberta asked, what would you do if it was the end of the world?

The Write Dreams charity auction is on now! All proceeds to benefit Donna's Dream House: "Donna's Dream House is a holiday home for children and teenagers with life-threatening or terminal illnesses, situated in the heart of Blackpool. The Dream House is run completely by volunteers and encourages and sparks the imagination. It's how any child would imagine the perfect holiday to be. It's full of light and laughter, fun and - most importantly - life."

Hop over to the Celery Tree blog tour and celebrate indie authors!

The masterful Joanna Bourne has a new technical topics post - this one's all about what to do and what not to do in the opening of your novel.

Susan Mitchell is still posting daily drawings! Here are a few of my recent favourites:





Comments

KarenG said…
Aw thanks so much for linking to Celery Tree! These drawings are amazing!! Don't you just want to read a book full of them? I love the last one especially, so cute!
Joshua said…
Those are amazing pics!
Lynda R Young said…
I love the drawings. So gorgeous.

And I can relate to the holes in the first draft. I'm facing the same issue at the moment. hehehe.
Old Kitty said…
Awww good luck filling in the holes!! Of course you'll do a fabbo job of it too! Yay!!!!

Thanks for all these scrummy links!! Special hoorah for KarenG - cos she's working ever so hard with her amazing Celery Tree adventure!!

I love the mole (?) reading in bed!! Bliss!!

Take care
x
Arlee Bird said…
Love those drawings. They're sweet with nice colors.


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Medeia Sharif said…
Those drawings are absolutely charming.

I'll check out the links.

I wish you the best as you fill in the holes of your story.
Awesome drawings--thanks for linking to them!
fakesteph said…
LOVE the drawings. Good luck filling in all your holes. I love rewriting personally, it's as fun as brainstorming and problem solving, but a little bit more rewarding. :)
Zan Marie said…
Isn't it wonderful to need *more* words! Go, Deniz! ; )
Kate said…
Great links here! I love linky posts.

Those drawings are so adorable. Good luck with your revising and adding of words!
Deniz Bevan said…
Aren't the drawings adorable?

Thanks for the support on the scene-filling, everyone!

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