Fear in Writing: Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

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Today in Literary History...December 14, 1907: Rudyard Kipling receives the Nobel prize for literature, the first English-language writer to do so.ud

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Sunday Foreign Post Roundup

1.  A little before the usual SFPR weekly time frame, but this post was so interesting and invoked so many emotions in me that I just had to include it.  Cold as Heaven asks, "Where were you on 9/11?"

2.  A blog hop for TV show lovers (or those who just want to sound off about them) at Alex J. Cavanaugh's great blog.

3.  This post, because if you've never read L. Diane Wolfe's Sunday Sillies, you just don't know what you're missing.

4.  Setting and a great conversation by Margo Kinberg.

5.  Tired of the "no's" and thinking of self-publishing?  Then read L. Diane Wofe's post on the topic at Stephen Tremp's Breakthrough Blog.

Alright, some repeat bloggers here today, but that just means you all are doing a great job!

6.  Alex Cavanaugh shares a glimpse into his soon-to-be-released Cassastar.

7.  A real look at money in the publishing industry, and how one author is making a bigger percentage by going e-.


  1. Great links as always. Thanks and have a great Sunday.

    Thoughts in Progress

  2. Thanks for these, I'm going to go check them out.


  3. Wow, thanks - two mentions today! Yeah, the blogfest tomorrow is going to rock. And I just might be persuaded to post more on CassaStar this week. No promises!

  4. Thank you Michele! And so glad you enjoy the Sunday Sillies.

  5. These are great! thanks for the links!

  6. Hi Michelle, and thanks for the shout out! L. Diane Wolfe has a follow up blog that is a must read. I left a link on my said blog. Have agreat week!

    Stephen Tremp