Sorry, I missed Thursday, but Catalyst, with the Valiant RPG core book, just keeps give me new stuff to work on (and that is a GOOD thing!). Been doing heavy research on container ships, as I mentioned in my last post, and I need to go back and do some minor rewriting on African Firetorm. (basically, which helicopter crashes where.) On the Battletech front, all three stories are still going strong. So, I'm still writing, and I'm still blogging on this and my other blog twice a week each.
Looking over the major writing blogs I regularly visit, I see Dean Wesley Smith has blogged another post on Killing the Top Ten Sacred Cows of Publishing, located at: http://www.deanwesleysmith.com/?p=12659. If you have not read this series, do so. There's plenty of stuff to learn from someone who knows the publishing industries like few people do.
Here's a few more websites with a writing viewpoint:
Michael A. Stackpole http://www.stormwolf.com/ has become active again after no real blog posts for several months. He's written for Battletech, Star Wars, and has several novel series of his own.
J.A. Konrath http://jakonrath.blogspot.com/ is a writer who has raced down the Independent publish path and shown the way for may newbies. He also doesn't pull any punches about this new world of publishing,
Jennifer Brozek http://www.jenniferbrozek.com/blog/ has written for Battlecorps and has her fingers in several pies. Between her and Dean above, you can get a good idea of what goes into a writer's day.
Daily Writing Tips http://www.dailywritingtips.com/ Not a Author's blog per say, but a great place to go get times on grammar and word usage.
That's all for now, back to work!