Every month, I share all of the websites I come across that I find helpful, humorous, or just awesome. Below, you’ll find all of July’s Website Wonders categorized into Writing, Reading, and Art.
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Favorite Article: Why You Should Aim for 100 Rejections A Year by Literary Hub I think this article both shows how hard it can be to get published and how much determination you must have to move forward. It’s both encouraging and honest, and I think a lot of writers could benefit from keeping “rejection” in mind as a necessary step forward.
Writing Tip: Eye Color by Mary C. Moore: This is SO true! Most of the time, eye color doesn’t matter. And most people have brown eyes…but apparently not in fiction. A great article.
Letting That Manuscript Go: An Agent’s Struggle: Also by Mary C. Moore, this article shows the other side of the publishing industry. Remember, agents are people, too.
The 120 Most Helpful Websites For Writers in 2015: So this is from last year but still really great!
Want to support an author’s or illustrator’s new book but can’t afford to buy it? Here’s what you can do. A wonderful infograph.
CSI: Poetry. The life and death -ok just death- of poets: This was sent to me by the writer, and it’s really informative!
13 Sci-Fi Gadgets You Won’t Believe Already Exist: Love articles like this. So much fun (or maybe not so much fun) to see new technologies or existing strange ones.
The Monster Gallery: This designer took kids’ drawings and professionally drew them. It’s wonderful!
Characters from Classic Paintings Are Inserted into the Modern World: I love this awkward and magnificent portrait collection.
I hope you love these articles as much as I do!
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