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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


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

Snag ’em and Bag ’em! Mastering Hooks


Writing a Series Using the Snowflake Method

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


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


What kind of novels have you condemned yourselves to write?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHappy New Year and welcome to 2016 first batch of writer’s links. I have articles about general writing, a good one about taxes for authors by a fellow OC Writer and a few on productivity. Enough to tickle your writing bones for the week. Enjoy these and I’ll see you next week for more!

I Hate Women’s Fiction And I’ll Tell You Why

New Mind-Altering Substance Identified. It’s Called Writing.

How Typography Shapes Our Perception Of Truth

California Sales Tax for Authors

Six Unrealistic Tropes and How to Avoid Them

7 Tips to Make Obtaining Book Reviews as Painless as Possible

Backstory From the Remote Past

3 Tools for More Productive and Organized Writing

Writing Believable Nanotechnology

Medieval Mythical Creatures