No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHappy Monday everyone! I have a new batch of writer’s links for you all. A few about storytelling, using notebooks, and another good tutorial about using Scrivener as part of the writing process. Enjoy!

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Cliches: Scrivener in Action

Make Your Setting More than Pretty Scenery

Understanding the storytelling arc

Ink on Paper: Some Notes on Note-taking

Think Local: It’s Not Just for Food

27 Delightful Obsolete Words It’s High Time We Revived

Audiobook clinic: How far can you read without making a mistake?

Genes, Generations, and Bloodlines in Speculative Fiction

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

How to read your manuscript like a paperback book

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2 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”

  1. Obsolete words? I’m headed there first. How intriguing. I have been reading Edna O’Brien’s autobiography and have had to look up the definition of many of her words – some have more widely accepted synonyms in US – but it whets my appetite to think I have missed learning a word.

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