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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week I have a nice grab bag of links about general writing tips, typewriters and a nice article about giving presentations that should be useful to any new author thinking of doing a live reading. Enjoy!

The Last of the Typewriter Men

12 Character Writing Tips for Fiction Writers

Why Research is Important to Your Memoir

For Writers on the Verge of Writing Spectacularly Complex Characters

Self-publishing lets women break book industry’s glass ceiling

Writing Women Characters as Human Beings

How Amerigo Vespucci Recognized A New World

Find Out Why Your Awesome Protagonist Is Boring Readers to Death

Tips When Writing Multiple POV Novels

20 Tips for Giving Fabulous Presentations

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIt is another glorious Monday morning. I hope you have your favorite cup of coffee or tea with you as you ponder the latest offering of writer’s links here at No Wasted Ink. I have a nice assortment of articles to tempt you, so sit back and sip your brew and enjoy.

Referencing Characters by Title Rather Than Name

Fellows Find: H. P. Lovecraft letter sheds light on pivotal moment in his career

I Read Only Books by Women For a Year: Here’s What Happened

The 10% Rule: How to Read More Than 42+ Books a Year

33 Experts Share What They Want Next From Female Characters

Writing with a Hook

How to Find Your Trademark Writing Style

Poetry Writing Ideas and Activities

How to Give and Take Constructive Memoir Writing Critique

My Favorite Form of Fiction-Writing: The Novella

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week I sought out more general writing articles for the top ten list. I hope you enjoy them!

10 Tips to Beat the Post-Book Completion Blues


Back to School: Keep an Academic Reading Journal

Ten Author Websites That Really do the Business

Are You Embarrassed to Market Yourself and Your Writing?

Teaching Creativity: Born That Way or Waiting for the Muse?

The Joy of Archival Research

3 Must-Know Ways for Creating Meaningful Settings in Your Novel

The Craft of Flash Novella Writing


No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWhen I look for articles to read, I tend to favor ones that go on tangents from what is typical of the writing process. This week has several examples of this idea. I hope you find these articles as intriguing as I did.

Monotasking: The Forgotten Skill You (and I) Need to Re-Claim, ASAP

The Versatility of Index Cards

Deep Habits: Work Analog

Jules Verne: Failed Stockbroker to Father of Science Fiction

How to keep motivated after the first draft


What I Learned About the Future by Reading 100 Science Fiction Books

5 Online Ways to Increase Your Author Presence

The Danger of Being Neighborly Without a Permit

Eight Reasons Why The Hero’s Journey Sucks

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs I look at the conventions that I hope to attend this year, naturally I discovered a few articles on the subject. I hope you enjoy them along with the general writing links.

How to Write a Novel Using Social Media

Creative Mistakes: Five Ways Authors Box Themselves In

On the Hunt for Stories – A travel Plan for Writers

6 Mistakes that Can Sidetrack New Writers

Preparing for Conventions

The How-to of Revising

Why Authors Walk Away From Good, Big 5 Publishers

The World According to You

Productivity Tips for Writers