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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.

HOW PEOPLE MARRIED DURING WORLD WAR II

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

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHere we are, back to another Monday and time for the No Wasted Ink writer’s links! This week I have a nice mix of general writing tips, a little historical research articles, and a new typing machine that is generating interest called the Hemingwrite. I may be purchasing one of those, although I still love my Alphasmart Neo.

THE SUPER SECRET TRICK TO IMPROVING YOUR WRITING

Billy Wilder’s Tips for Writers

The Snowflake Method for Outlining a Novel

Tartans and Plaids

If you want to learn to write… watch TV

Strengthening Weak Areas in Your Writing

One Writer’s Fear-Busting Journey to $1,500 a Month in Blogging Gigs

Set Your Thoughts Free – Hemingwrite

11 Things You Don’t Know About Bargain Ebook Buyers

25 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DIALOGUE

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back for another Monday of writer’s links. This week I have a general assortment for you. A few on writing tips, marketing and a fun one about an antique check printing machine. Enjoy!

PAYMASTER SERIES 8000 RIBBON WRITER

eBook Authors Rejoice, Crowdsourced Editing has Arrived

Hooking Your Reader by Carol Malone

Unusual and Quirky Middle Names for Girls!

Avoid Getting Banned from Amazon as an Author!

Why Authors Need To Set Up A Mailing List, NOW!

Don’t Let Writing Become a Pain in the Neck

Proper Manuscript Format : Short Story Format

How to read Science Fiction

A Dozen Tips for Conferencing Like a Pro

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksGeneral writing tips and techniques are the name of the game this week. All the little things that we learn as authors to make our stories shine are featured here on No Wasted Ink. Enjoy!

6 Things to Avoid When Pitching to Book Reviewers

Marketing for Writers: Blogging Best Practices

4 More Self-publishing tips

I WRITE FICTION ..SO SUE ME

Why “Just Write” Is The Best Writing Advice You’ll Ever Get

How to Write a Book And Get it Published: A Beginner’s Guide

What Our Writing Reveals About Ourselves

Here’s some writing advice, don’t be so boring!

Do you believe in Happy Endings?

Two Heads are Better than One: Group Writing…

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs a long time artist of jewelry, I know how important marketing is in selling your creative efforts. What works for art also works for books! This week’s list of article links focuses on marketing as an author. I hope they give you plenty of good ideas on how to make your own marketing efforts go more smoothly.

Is it Worth to Join Google+ Communities?

5 Things For Authors To Tweet About

What Readers Look for when Buying a Book

Marketing tools for your self-published book

Word of mouth

AUTHOR CORNER: WHEN TO “GET PROFESSIONAL” WITH MARKETING

Science Shows Something Surprising About People Who Love to Write

ORIGINAL WRITERS, THE NEW-AGE DINOSAURS

8 Writer Tips To Keep Your Butt in the Chair

Seven Lessons of Writing- From Poet-Philosopher: Friedrich Nietzsche