Friday has arrived! That means it’s time to share a few interesting links I’ve found throughout the week. Some of these I mention on Twitter, if you’re not already following me there, please do! Have a link I should feature in the upcoming link pack? Let me know!
5 Things You Should Know About Working With Beta Readers
It’s always good to get insight as you work on your manuscript. Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas offer some simple advice on working with beta readers.
The New Kindle Voyage e-Reader Is Shockingly Good
I love my Kindle. Love. It. It’s revolutionized the way I read. However, after reading this review on the latest offering from Amazon… it might be time for an upgrade.
Your Paper Brain And Your Kindle Brain Aren’t The Same Thing
Study’s show our brains approach reading on digital devices differently from reading physical books. Are we losing something because of our bi-literate brains?
Writer’s Toolkit: Old Maps Online
My post from Wednesday highlights a handy resource for your research.
Digging this work. Amazing colors, incredible lights, and a loose fresh style. (Thanks to Bryan for sharing it with me.)
Byronic Series By Boris Pelcer
I am a sucker for limited palettes, so when I saw this work by Boris Pelcer it wasn’t hard for me to fall in love.
Famous Paintings Of Jacob Wrestling With The Angel, Ranked By How Much Their Actions Resemble Slow-Dancing
I love the internet. (Thanks to Gus for sharing this.)
Lovecraft Story of the Week:
Gif of the Week: