Two deaths within our Lions family. Golf tournament successfully completed. A new writing application installed and tested. At last, a definitive diagnosis of the rash I've been scratching for the past eleven weeks. Lupus, anyone? It's been a busy few days. But the internet never fails to produce interesting and informative tidbits, even when I hardly have time to read them. Here's what I found on the internet this morning.
The Historian's Point of View: The Experiences of the Past, Seen through Current Events
On this site, I'll be gathering articles about the craft of history -- new discoveries, new methods, new controversies. Today I posted an article on the origins of organized religion.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/the-historian-s-point-of-view
The Writing Game: A Collection of Advice and Clever Tips for Writers of all Genres
Every writer has a set of tricks to help navigate through thorny spots in the writing process. Maybe some of them will help you, too. Today's article offers six tips on writing from John Steinbeck.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/the-writing-game
Self-Publisher: How To Be Your Own Publisher without Going Bankrupt
Current views and helpful tips from authors who have switched to self-publishing. Today I have an info graphic on the various types of publishing routes.
Find it at: http://www.scoop.it/t/self-publisher