Take time to deliberate, but when the time for action has arrived, stop thinking and go in.
- Napoleon

Friday, August 17, 2007

Linkage Friday

It's been a busy and informative week in blogland, and it was so hard to hold the links until today. If I'm going to keep up with my promise, though, I had to. TGIF. I hate waiting.

Without further ado, here are this week's important posts - in the order I have them in my favorites...

Author Erica Ridley has an insightful post about Revisions (and other things - like a title contest she's having).

The Manuscript Mavens spent the week talking about setting goals and staying on track.

Diana Peterfreund will be signing her books - Secret Society Girl and Under the Rose - at the White Flint Mall Borders in Kensington, MD on April 21st at 7pm. If you're in the area, drop by and if you haven't read her books yet, get cracking.

And since it's never too early to think about your taxes, Joan Swan talks about Write-offs for Writers over at 'Romance Worth Killing For'.

Meanwhile, Julie Cohen discusses borrowing Stealing from real life over at Romancing the Blog.

Lastly, for a bit of fun, Karin Tabke has posted the article: 'Everything I need to know about being a Heroine...' by Carrie Lewis over at Dishing with the Divas. So very true.

What great links have you run across this week? As we learned in kindergarten, sharing is nice...

...Unless of course, it's MY dolly, and then keep your paws to yourself. ;o)

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