Blogs You Should Be Reading: July 2011 [sites]

Video Break: This is the official trailer for The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra. Also, I have officially wet my pants.

I’ve recently had the pleasure of following Reena Jacobs on Twitter. She runs an awesome blog, and one section is devoted to software resources for writers, which I found particularly useful. Check it out here.

Stacey O’Neale is another Twitter connection who runs the YA Fantasy Guide, a clearinghouse of resources for YA authors. She write a good post on believable characters. Get the lowdown here.

Fantasy Faction is just an all-around awesome site for nerds and nerd-like creatures. Go ahead and make clicky. You know you want to.

Speaking of making clicky, Phil Athans runs a pretty decent blog here. His latest post, “How to Sell Your Fantasy and Science Fiction to Agents and Editors” is a well written and detailed rundown of…How to Sell Your Fantasy and Science Fiction to Agents and Editors…he does a better job explaining it than me, so do yourself a favor and hit the link.

#Fantasychat is a popular chat that brings authors and writing professionals together on twitter. The have a tumblr that collects transcripts of all the chats. Get to know about it here.

Plot to Punctuation, a popular blog that helps writers at every level, posted a fantastic article about common flaws in writing. Peep the gospel here.

And last, but certainly not least My man Milton Davis has definitely kept the party going. Read what he’s working on now here and support him here.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

Think I need to check out your blog?  Know an awesome blog that you think I need to check out?  Drop a link in the comments and let me know.

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