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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week the Writer’s Links are tutorials on improving your writing for the most part. There is also a great video from Neal Gaiman about the spirit of creativity that you should not miss. Enjoy!

Storyboard Class

What Is the Difference between First Person, Second Person, and Third Person?

Writing a great female character

Neil Gaiman 2012 Commencement Speech “Make Good Art”

7 Tips for an Authentic and Productive Writing Process

Why I opened my own book web shop

Are These Filter Words Weakening Your Fiction?

No Time to Write? Maximize Your Minutes

What Your Local Librarian Can Do for Authors

Spellbind Your Readers With Realistic Magic

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMaking your way in the world today as an author is an uphill battle. There are so many details you need to learn in order to make your career as a writer sing. This week I focused more on articles to help you with marketing and how to make yourself stand out as an author.

How to Write a Prize-Worthy Short Story: A Step-by-Step Guide

Want Readers to Adore Your Book? Learn How to Ace Your Climactic Moment

7 Reasons You Have More Writing Clips Than You Think

5 Ways to Be a Responsible Writer

How To Introduce Your Hero—Speculative Version

How to Improve Your Amazon Book Description & Metadata

5 Little-Known Tips to Make a Great Do-It-Yourself eBook Cover

Foreign Translations and Indie Publishing

205 Author Hashtags

Shocks and Surprises in Fiction: All in Good Fun, or a Gimmick?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink. This week I was in a blogging mood and several of the articles relate to this subject. As always, there are plenty of general writing tips to take a peek at. Enjoy!

What Are Pinch Points? And How Can They Make Your Book Easier to Write?

THE 4 UNAVOIDABLE STAGES OF A WRITER’S VOICE

Does anyone read short stories?

Are You Over Your Blog? When to Ditch and When to Continue

Kids and the Decline of Reading, Part 2: What We Can Do As Authors

The Secret Recipe for Writing a Perfect Pitch

How to Speak Your Blogged Book

Revision I: Where to Begin

My Growth as a Writer

How Do I Sell My Book? 6 Tips for New Authors

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to No Wasted Ink and another round up of writer’s links. This week, in addition to plenty of general writing tips, there are interesting articles about new technology that may be changing how we view publishing and writing in the future. Enjoy!

Solving The Discoverability Problem: Virtual Reality And The Future Of Publishing

Editing Your First Draft

The No-Stilettos Rule or, My Philosophy as A Woman SFF Art Director

Writing White Papers to Establish Your Expertise

Top ten errors writers make that editors hate

Huxley to Orwell: My Hellish Vision of the Future is Better Than Yours

Joanne Harris condemns Clean Reader app for replacing swear words in novels

The Wide and Wonderful World of O.P.B. (Other People’s Brains): On Giving Critique

8 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD WRITE WITH A FOUNTAIN PEN

Marketing Tips for Your Writing Event

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links. This week the articles cover everything from fanfiction to publishing in online lit magazines. There is a humorous essay about 50 shades of grey you won’t want to miss. Enjoy!

It’s a Fanmade World

The Trouble with Indie Math

Picking Up the Torch: The Golden Age of the Continuation Novel

Publishing With a Small Press: Straddling the Indie-Traditional Gap

Marketing And Sales For Novelists

Do you make mistakes writing fight scenes?

Why Writing is So Hard

All You Need to Know About Publishing in Online Lit Mags

Dave Barry Learns Everything You Need to Know About Being a Husband From Reading 50 Shades of Grey

25 maps that explain the English language