Category Archives: Links

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMondays are my favorite day because I am able to share with you the writing related articles that I’ve discovered in my surfing this week. This time, I was focused on general writing subjects such as book length, book launches, and a little science fiction fact vs fiction. Enjoy!

How many words are in a novel? Finding the right book length

Why Books are the Best Furniture

So You Want to be a Writer…

How To Keep Writing When No One Gives A Shit

8 lies authors tell themselves about book marketing that I’m sick of hearing

The danger of a single story

Writing Conferences: Reap Their Benefits With These 9 Tips

Building Author Visibility Before a Book Launch: A 10-Point Plan

Weapons of Star Wars: Fact versus Fiction

Revision: the last essential process in writing a book

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week, the writing links feature articles about hooks, Scrivener, and general writing tips.  A few of the articles are about life as a writer.  I hope you relate to these as much as I did.  Grab your cup coffee and settle into your chair for a good read.

How to Reduce Formatting Time Using Scrivener

Need tips on getting published in #magazines ?

How to write a book synopsis better: 9 tips

Digging Deep and Writing Raw to Find My Story

11 Ways to Write a Character-Focused Story That Still Feels Action-Packed

THREE RULES FOR SURVIVING A CREATIVE LIFE

Please shut up: Why self-promotion as an author doesn’t work.

Snag ’em and Bag ’em! Mastering Hooks

UNSEEN: HOW WOMEN WRITERS STRUGGLE WITH FEELING INVISIBLE

Writing a Series Using the Snowflake Method

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week in the Writer’s Links, I found a bonanza of general writing tip articles for your reading pleasure.  Improving our craft should always be at the forefront of our objectives of being better writers and these articles will be of help in this endeavor.  I hope you enjoy them.

How Authors Can Become Better Bloggers

Ann Patchett on the Return of Bookstores

Dark books

Big Picture Story Structure

HOW FLASH FICTION/MICROFICTION CAN HELP WITH YOUR WRITING

Writing The Perfect Scene

21 Self-Editing Secrets that Can Supercharge Your Manuscript

How to Make the Most of Your Time On Netgalley

THE BASICS OF AUTHOR BRANDING

How (and Why) to Write a Logline For Your Story

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to No Wasted Ink Writer’s Link Mondays.  This week I have a nice grab bag of articles for you to take a look at.  There are ones on general writing tips, a fun look at Robert Silverberg’s past work for the government, and an archive of English Dialects that might be of interest.  I hope you enjoy them!

3 Smart Tips for Structuring Powerful Scenes

To MFA or Not to MFA

The International Dialects of English Archive

All Stories Are the Same

Poem: The birthday of the world

Robert Silverberg Wrote a Survey of Drugs in Science Fiction for the Federal Government

A BRIEF HISTORY OF BOOKS THAT DO NOT EXIST

Women Who Advanced Science and Changed History

The Business of Writing: Structure of the Author Blog

Mastering the Art of the Cliffhanger Chapter Ending

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIt is Monday again and time for another round of articles about general writing tips, marketing as an author, and a few about blogging. I hope you find them useful!

How To Choose Your Author Name

Joanne Harris’s Ten Tips for Kickstarting Your Writing

How to Study Plot and Character in Your Favorite Stories: 5 Easy Steps

6 easy ways to improve readability in 5 minutes or less

It’s Not About Selling Books, It’s About Earning Readers

Life on Other Planets

Does Your Rejected Work Need A Rewrite?

Engaging Audiences through Twitter in 15 Minutes a Day

HOW TO WRITE 13 BLOG POSTS A WEEK

What kind of novels have you condemned yourselves to write?