Welcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. I have some good ones for you this week, from printing, to blogging you book, to how to use dialog in a memoir. Enjoy!
How to Find Time to Blog a Short Book in a Month
5 Common Misconceptions About Busking
Proof Twice, Print Once: Quality Control for Printing
Eight Steps to an Agent, a Publisher, and a Two-Book Deal
Neil Gaiman on Entitlement Issues
Ten Things I’d Like To Say To Young Writers
The Underrated, Universal Appeal of Science Fiction
5 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”
Thanks for including my link in this list! I’ve checked out some of the others but wanted to comment before I followed the trail of the rest. I can get lost reading and clicking and reading and cl…well, you get the idea! Before I know it, I can’t remember where I started.
The internet is a vast wilderness, to be sure. Thanks for taking the time to comment here before you follow that trail of breadcrumbs. 🙂
Thanks for sharing a link to my article “Writing a Memoir Like a Novel: Dialogue.” I’m off to follow some of the other links.
I really get a lot out of your link posts, I am finding so much education about writing by reading your posts and following the links you share. Thank you for sharing! I even found a writing conference to attend by following your link trails. 🙂
I’m glad you enjoy the links, Jenn. 🙂 Good luck with your homeschooling. 🙂