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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

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

It is Monday morning and time for another batch of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. Mixed in with the general writing tips are articles about review swaps, using twitter as an author and how longhand can be of benefit to writers. Enjoy!

A bit on Literary Techniques

9 Things You Need To Know About Review Swaps

3 Secrets of Writing Longhand

Types, Archetypes, and the Occasional Human Being

A QUICK GUIDE TO TWITTER FOR NEWBY AUTHORS

WHY WORDINESS KILLS YOUR WRITING

The Secret to Writing a Protagonist Who’s Both Unique and Universal

Describing Setting: An Exercise

Despite Tough Guys, Life Is Not the Only School for Real Novelists

Layers and Layers of Plot, Oh My!

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This weeks articles are general writing tip articles that will hopefully inspire you into better writing habits. Enjoy!

Why You Should be Writing Short Fiction

Plan Your Book Content to Write Quickly and Easily

10 Editorial Steps From the Agent “Call” to Published Book

Reviews and the Art of Ethics

Why Men Opt Out of the Fiction World

5 Distraction-Free Writing Tips and Tools

How to Write a Novel

How to improve your writing skills with writing exercises

The Art of Math

What Fiction Writers Can Learn from Comedy

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links! This week I have a general grab bag of articles for you. Articles about publishing as an indie, how to blog better posts and even an odd one about sci-fi obsession with sexy female robots which is more a comment about how we view women in fiction and the changes that are going on in that perception. Finally, a few more about handwriting, because that is my personal obsession! I hope you enjoy them.

The Self-Publishing Sky is Not Falling

Revisiting the Long Tail Theory as Applied to Ebooks

7 Creative Proofreading Tips To Transform Your Jaggedy Draft into a Polished Post

Dialogue Attributions by James Scott Bell

Ex Machina and sci-fi’s obsession with sexy female robots

How To Cut The Time It Takes To Write A Blog Post In Half

Researching for Authenticity in Historical Fiction

Character Creation by Metaphor

Indexing My Journals

How And Why To Keep A “Commonplace Book”

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday filled with writing related links. There are some interesting ones this week. A comparison of Tolkien’s time in battle during the world war and his descriptions of the battle of five armies in The Hobbit, the benefits of writing longhand and several on general writing techniques. I hope you find the articles to be useful and entertaining.

Some Tips for Aspiring Authors by Carol Browne

7 Fun Facts About Isaac Asimov

A bit on Literary Techniques

9 Things You Need To Know About Review Swaps

3 Secrets of Writing Longhand

The Hobbit: Real life battles that inspired wars of Middle Earth

How are eBook Covers Designed Today?

How to Integrate Collins Dictionary and Thesaurus with MS Word for Free

essay: On the Art of Poetry

See How Easily You Can Track Your Character’s Emotional Arc in a Scene