Favorite Post Friday

Favorite Post Friday is an original weekly meme hosted at A Day In The Life Of An Aspiring Author. This meme was created in hopes of increasing readership for deserving blogs and to become a resource for helpful and inspirational information for writers.
Each Friday, a Favorite Post Of The Week will be shared here. EVERYONE is welcome to participate. Just link back to A Day In The Life Of An Aspiring Author and leave a link to your post through the Linky Tool at the bottom of the page so that everyone can visit your blog. If you don’t have a blog, just leave a link to your favorite post of the week in the comments section. Posts should relate to writing, writers, books, inspiration, etc.
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If you are in the writing process, or about to begin, consider this a gift. ๐Ÿ™‚

I stalk other blogs fairly regularly. I’m always looking for good advice and especially tools that make the process easier.

This week I came across a series of worksheets on the website Adventures in Children’s Publishing. These little jewels came to me via @juliemusil on Twitter.

Now. You don’t have to be a children’s book writer to use these worksheets. THEY ARE AMAZING. As is the entire site. I downloaded the worksheets and even after just a quick read through, I found ways to tighten my ms and my characters.

So…this week’s favorite post is really a series of posts, so I will provide the links for you!! Good Luck, and let me know what you think!! Also…if you need a little load lightening on Friday’s, try participating in Favorite Post Friday. (Click here for a listing of other weekly/daily memes).







Visit Adventure’s In Children’s Publishing for more amazing writing tools.

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  1. Thanks so much, Charissa! Appreciate the shout-out and so glad the worksheets were helpful for you. I have to say that I think my favorite worksheet I've done so far (the one that has been the most helpful to me personally) is the Forty Questions for a Stronger Manuscript. I need to examine my stories in a lot of different ways to keep from getting into trouble. ๐Ÿ˜€

    Thanks again and good luck!


  2. Charissa, thanks for the mention. Martina and Marissa at Adventures have a bounty of great tools over there. I could spend forever on their blog!

  3. @Julie Musil I know, Julie! I've already prepared myself that next week is going to consist of me reading over and expanding on those worksheets. Their site really is an endless resource. Thanks for tweeting about it!