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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink. This week I’ve been surfing articles about the life of a writer, editing and general writing techniques. Check out the article about writing across country on a train. It would be a real treat for any writer.

Across the USA by Train

5 Steps to Internet (and IRL) Safety and Privacy for Writers

Pushing Your Characters Deeper

If You Don’t Keep Your Feet: How the Journey Changes You

Why You Don’t See Your Own Typos

How to Create a Page-Turner

Navigating the Strange Dichotomy of an Author’s Life


How to Change Your Language – and Change Your Mind

We Need to Talk About Your Author Website

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI’ve had editing on my mind this week as I’ve been surfing the net. My selections this week reflect this ideology. There are lots of great ideas to draw from to help you gain a better perspective on what to do when your rough draft is completed. Enjoy!

How To Create A Magic Machine That Writes Your Stories For You

Editors and Authors Working Togetherby Pavarti K. Tyler and Crystal WatanabeTrack Changes

How to have a positive proofreading experience

Where to go When Your Self-Editing Can’t Get You There

The Basics of a Bad Novel : Characters

4 Excuses Authors Use For Not Editing Their Books

Rounding out Baby Wedge Week: All The Brother EP Series

How to Edit Fiction: Watch Me Correct My Own Story in Real Time

How to Get Your Indie Book Translated and Reach the Growing “Globile” Market

Building A Fantasy Army: Leaders

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of writer’s links. I find these articles as I do my general surfing of the net and bring back the best of the stories to share with you here on No Wasted Ink. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Changing Reader Habits in a Digital World

Is technology robbing the modern generation of the pleasure of reading books?

Foot Shot Ten

‘Dune’ at 50: Why the Groundbreaking Eco-Conscious Novel Is More Relevant Than Ever

Become A Great Writer While Holding Down A Day Job

Writing dialogue: 7 ways to write better conversations


What’s wrong with getting an eBook for nothing?

How to Become a Successful Writer: 5 Habits to Practice Daily

The Financial Lives Of Debut Novelists

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links from No Wasted Ink. This week I was looking at articles about blogging and the general writing process. I also happened on an article about JRR Tolkien’s other works, the writing he did as a historical researcher. If you are a fan of Tolkien, as I am, you should check it out.

The Creative Apocalypse That Wasn’t

Jorge Luis Borges on Writing: Wisdom from His Most Candid Interviews

Claiming Your Power as a Writer

10 Ways To Stay Productive as a Work-at-Home Blogger

No. You Don’t Have to “Write Every Day.”

Tolkien, the Battle of Finnsburg and Hengest


How to change your “away” mindset – and why you should

Indie Publishing Paths: What’s Your Distribution Plan? Part One

A manifesto for self-publishing authors

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHere it is, Monday once again! It is time for another round of writer’s links here at No Wasted Ink. I have a real grab bag of articles for you to enjoy this week, even a youtube video about being creative. It is not about writing per se, but can certainly apply to authors too.

Writing a novel: 8 writing tips from Ursula K. Le Guin

Writing About Writing: The Process Journal

Art of Fantasy 33: The Steampunk Edition

YOUTUBE: Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential in All of Us

Writers Police Academy: Things That BOOM

Stephen Baxter interview: why science fiction is like therapy

Automation in the Newsroom

Making Maps for Books: Two Cartographers Tell Us How It’s Done

Thick Skin: The Key to a Writer’s Survival

The Art of Making It: Rekindling Your Motivation