Category Archives: Links

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI must have editing on my mind since I’ve been editing my regency novel this month. Consequently, I am offering up several article links on the editing process in addition to general writing. Plus, as an added bonus, there are a few articles about reading itself! Enjoy!

Kids Experiencing Massive Problems with Book Discovery

Writers Are Readers Who Write, Right?

Why Analog?

How To Romance Your Readers – And Sell More Stories

After the First Draft: Max Barry on Editing

Adding and revising scenes in your novel

10 Reasons Why Your Hero Needs Flaws

Why I read

Writing Dialogue

How NOT to Query an Agent

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of the No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week features plenty of general writing tips, a great article about the new ethical author code that is in development, and a fun periodic table you just need to have a glance at. Have fun and keep outta trouble! Until next week….

How To Know You’re A Good Writer

12 Reasons Your Novel May Have Flopped

ALLi Launch Ethical Author Code

A Rare Folio Of Shakespeare’s Collected Work Was Found 400 Years Later

More Writers Than Ever Are Earning A Living BUT . . . 10 Ways to Keep Doing it!

Top 10 Things I Learned from Successful Writers

5 Tips for Writing a Memoir

Characters Are Not Furniture

The Periodic Table of Storytelling

Blogging for Authors: How to Create a Blog that Can Grow With Your Career

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back for another Monday of writerly links here at No Wasted Ink. This week I found a hodgepodge of general writer’s links, plus a recounting of Ursula Le Guin’s speech at the National Book Awards. Enjoy!

How to take charge of your plot, writing a story from beginning to end

“we will need writers who can remember freedom”: ursula k le guin at the national book awards


A Better Way to Think About the Genre Debate

5 Things About Writing I Wish I’d Known 20 Years Ago

Ebook Publishing Gets More Difficult from Here – Here’s How to Succeed

How To Stop Being Lazy And Get More Done – 5 Expert Tips

Will our kids’ kids use commas?

Science Shows Something Surprising About People Who Still Read Fiction

Straight & Narrow vs Zigzag Helter-Skelter: Which Character Arc is your Protagonist on?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHappy December everyone! As we move into the holiday season, I have yet again prepared a nice list of writing related articles for your pleasure. Enjoy!

How to Launch a Self-Published Book

How to Stand Out in a World of Dull Podcasts

How To Make Your Writing Proposal Work

12 Literary Magazines for New & Unpublished Writers

Scotland and the Second Jacobite Uprising

Building Better Novels Through Conflict

The Christian Publishing Market With Jeremy Bouma

How Accessible Is Sci-Fi Romance?

Basics of Print Interior Design

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMondays are fun for me because it is Links Day! As I go through the week and read about my craft, I set aside the best of the articles I find for all of you that happen to visit No Wasted Ink. I hope you enjoy the articles as much as I did.


Bidding on Elance: Here’s How Easily Freelancers Can Get Screwed

Feast Your Eyes on This Beautiful Linguistic Family Tree

The Amazing Story Spiral

How to Use Brand Names in Your Fiction

Diving Deep into Deep Point of View

Craft Tip #4 – Dialogue

How Image Systems Can Supercharge a Novel

How To Read Your Own AudioBook And Sell Direct To Customers

Writing a series in Scrivener