Every week, we post a curated list of links that authors should find useful or interesting. Here are this week’s links:

  • An online glossary generator, which is likely to be particularly useful for SciFi authors.
  • This is something that isn’t discussed very often: how do you split a novel into chapters?
  • What indie authors need to know about royalties and rights.
  • When is a book not a book? Does it count if it’s made of cheese? One artist wants to make us think about that.
  • Critiques are useful, but many people resist getting them. That’s understandable, but unhelpful.
  • Be careful how you give away your protagonist’s secrets.
  • A lot of new authors get confused about ISBNs. Here’s what you need to know.

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