5 Interesting Links for 03-15-2013

Archeology (Science)

Russian geoglyph appears to predate the Nazca Lines and offers many Eneolithic tools to study:

Attitude (Life)

This article is about losing weight (lessons from The Biggest Loser) but the lessons can be applied to almost anything you set out to do, whether losing weight, writing, or whatever else you might undertake:

Characters (Writing)

It’s rather odd in an article about how gender and sexual orientation shouldn’t matter, we’re asked to examine how they do matter, but I’m with the author on the fact that they shouldn’t. I’ve been dinged before for having a random gay character in a scene. I wanted to set the image of “that’s not important to this society,” but she proved too much of a distraction and hit the cutting room floor. This article looks at all the ways we use gender to define, and how that affects homosexuality as well. It’s worth the time to read.

Hope (Philosophy)

An interesting look at hope from Vaclav Havel about how it doesn’t require anything except the choice to have it.

YouTube Videos (Marketing)

A quick look at why to add video to one of your marketing efforts and reasons why the excuses are irrelevant.

Curve of Her Claw

Fall into a world where beauty is a facade, and one elf is pushed beyond reason to rid herself of the smooth-skinned curse. ~ Now available as an eBook:
Curve of Her Claw

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