This post was originally published at Novelicious.com and is now at WritingTipsOasis.com. WritingTipsOasis.com acquired Novelicious.com in June 2022.
Flavorwire recently compiled a list of 10 compelling unnamed protagonists in literature. We’ve long wondered what the young Mrs. de Winter’s first name was. All we were ever told was that it was “a lovely and unusual” one. Any guesses?
Another literary bafflement. 12 books that end mid-sentence.
Lucy Robinson’s book launch date was brought forward. Whoop!Did you see that a tweet from writer Rebecca Skloot prompted the New York Times to issue a way-overdue correction to a 161-year-old error? The power of social media!
You know we can't resist a quiz. This week, we discovered which Jane Austen hero is our soulmate. It was, of course, Mr. Dar … What? We got Edmund Bertram? Clearly this quiz has some kind of bug. We’ve changed our minds – don’t take it.
With so many authors crediting On Writing by Stephen King for their successes, we were intrigued by this list of 96 books the bestselling horror writer recommends aspiring authors should read.
This feature about novelists who do really funky research (like go to prison) was super interesting.
The Guardian asked Jane Austen v Emily Brontë: who's the queen of English literature? Way to go to bring the heavy discussion on a Friday, guys.
What links have you been loving this week?