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Lee Goldberg, MJ Rose, Maud Newton, Bob Bly, David St. Lawrence and John Patrick continue to blog away

Lee Goldberg, a writer-for-hire for DIAGNOSIS MURDER and for MONK, is at it again with a little bit of dish and a whole lot of other interesting tidbits. One tip led me to Lynn Viehl’s blog, The Paperback Writer, for an interesting post on writing for hire.

MJ Rose reports that blogger Mad Max Perkins has left the blogosphere. Over at Maud Newton’s I found an interesting quote from Flaubert on the structure of a novel. Guess I’ve been caught in a dead calm. Bob Bly is still blogging and recently blogged about the effects of the Internet on writing and reading. Over at Ripples, David St. Lawrence opines about the future of blogging. And finally, John Patrick offers up an assessment of his recent publishing experience with his new book NET ATTITUDE. Which, I confess, surprises me a little. Patrick’s main focus is technology. His site is not only informative, but his eclectic interests make for fun reading. Spend time doing a little blog-browsing.


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  • http://ripples.typepad.com/ripples/2005/04/the_writerpubli_3.html David St Lawrence

    Vikk,
    Thanks for the mention! I really appreciate being included in such well-known company.
    I have only one small request. My last name is actually St Lawrence, like the famous Seaway. The Lawrences are an entirely different breed. :)

  • http://ripples.typepad.com/ripples/2005/04/the_writerpubli_3.html David St Lawrence

    Vikk,
    Thanks for the mention! I really appreciate being included in such well-known company.
    I have only one small request. My last name is actually St Lawrence, like the famous Seaway. The Lawrences are an entirely different breed. :)

  • http://clear-lake-reflections.com Mark

    I didn’t get a pop-up today, so maybe the gremlin is gone. Now if only I had less than 48 hours to chase all your links!

  • http://clear-lake-reflections.com Mark

    I didn’t get a pop-up today, so maybe the gremlin is gone. Now if only I had less than 48 hours to chase all your links!

  • http://clear-lake-reflections.com Mark

    What’s your point with Flaubert? He can’t hold a candle to Dan Simmons, a genius.
    I say that not to undermine Gustavo, but to do my part to erase him from history. We build wax candles to pretend giants sometimes. I’m sure he’s “good,” but hardly in the pantheon.
    Wow – getting confrontational.

  • http://clear-lake-reflections.com Mark

    What’s your point with Flaubert? He can’t hold a candle to Dan Simmons, a genius.
    I say that not to undermine Gustavo, but to do my part to erase him from history. We build wax candles to pretend giants sometimes. I’m sure he’s “good,” but hardly in the pantheon.
    Wow – getting confrontational.

  • Barry

    Why attack Flaubert? Are you a better writer than him? No? Then why attack him? Jealous?

  • Barry

    Why attack Flaubert? Are you a better writer than him? No? Then why attack him? Jealous?

  • http://profile.typepad.com/VikkSimmons Vikk Simmons

    Late the party but, hey, the Flaubert reference had to do with a quote I saw that day. I’m a fan of Dan Simmons so I’m certainly not dissing him or any other contemporary writer.
    Thanks to all of you who have stopped by and especially to those who continue drop by to read DWP. It’s always great to find and read the comments.

  • http://profile.typepad.com/VikkSimmons Vikk Simmons

    Late the party but, hey, the Flaubert reference had to do with a quote I saw that day. I’m a fan of Dan Simmons so I’m certainly not dissing him or any other contemporary writer.
    Thanks to all of you who have stopped by and especially to those who continue drop by to read DWP. It’s always great to find and read the comments.