Info Burgers 🍔
- Crafting Twitter Pitches: Bringing this gem of a post from Reem back since #DVPit is so close!
- Avoid Stereotypes In Fiction: POC: An enlightening article about writing POC characters.
- 72 Most Popular Fantasy Novels In The Past Three Years: Check out this Goodreads post for the reigning fantasy novels since 2020.
- What’s In A Word: This post explains well how impactful chosen words for text can be!
- Fear Thesaurus: More insights on how to express character fear in a manuscript.
Team Soda 🥤
Our Favorite Genres To Read Are:
- Lucia: Romance! I started reading seriously with Historical Romance last year. And then this year, I made the tentative leap into Contemporary Romance. I’ve been burning through Goodreads with how I’m loving the genre, especially sports contemporary romance.
- Mariana: I like reading historical fiction, romantic novels, and of course picture books 😀
- Amber: Mine is SFF… That’s about it hahahah. Both historical and contemporary!
- Alex: Mine is Romance and contemporary. 😊
- Briana: contemporary and historical.
- Swati: Romance (both adult & YA), Women’s fiction, Suspense/thriller and Self-help (nonfiction)!
Tweet Chips 🍟
Links to tweets from the writing community we hope interest you!
- Format For DVPit Pitch
- Querying Writers, Format Your Query To Be Clear and Concise
- How Do Agents Tackle Queries?
- Writing Advice: If The Writer Is Bored, The Reader Probably Is Too
- Magical Realism Might Not Be What Writers Think It Is
- Queries Are Getting Stronger, Says Agent
- Why Greek Myths Can’t Be Own Voices
- Every Writer Trying To Be Published:
- Is Trimming Down MSs Really A Good Thing?
- Happy Camp #Campnanowrimo
- Twitter Discourses Are Making Authors Super Anxious
Path2pub Half Of The Year Stats
Path2pub is 7 months old, which makes it the perfect time to share our growth and progress with stats!
- Number of words written: 109.3k
- Number of views: 7,744
- Number of posts: 111
Got any awesome writerly links or quotes to share with us? From your blog or another’s? Leave in the comments and we’ll add it next time!