Here are some links to blogs that made me think this week. No, no, it's a good thing, I promise.
Scalzi has some interesting things to say on publishing. It's a few years old, and he definitely has a voice but I found it fun none the less.
Beth Revis tells us why it's a good thing that writing never gets easier. She says "If the artist--no matter what the art is--sits back and accepts her work as "good enough," that means she's satisfied. And, well...I don't want to be satisfied. I want to constantly struggle to be even better than I was before." Interesting post. She also discusses how critiques make us better. There's a graph.
Behler Blog has some interesting posts. One on e-book rights and one on perspective in publishing. Both of them gave me a lot to think about.