As you may guess from the articles that I write for No Wasted Ink, I am heavy into paper bound journaling. I bullet journal, keep a daily journal, and use composition books to brainstorm stories and outline novels in via handwriting. While there are general writing articles on the list as always, this week I wanted to focus more on what others are doing with their journals.
Planning for Pansters: Writing a Novel without an Outline
Holograms in Science Fiction Writing
Dream Journaling – An Interview with Nathan Ohren
Top 4 Editing Tricks for Creating a Seamless Narrative
Keeping a Journal Makes You a Better Writer
What Actually Works: How to “Make It” as a Writer
7 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”
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More great links from Author Wendy Van Camp
It’s worthwhile calling over to check Wendy’s older LINKS posts to see what you may have missed
Wendy, I just want you to know that I enjoy your blog. The hard work you put into it is priceless to me as your links and stories always inspire me.
Thanks Lynette. It is good to be appreciated. Sometimes the work I do on the blog does take away from my own writing time, but it is a labor of love for me and I keep chugging along. 🙂
Great effort has gone into your quest to help others that are journeying along the creative mountain. Thanks for your post(s)!
Thanks Liz. I’m glad you are enjoying the links. It is my most popular blog series here at No Wasted Ink.
I have a thing for paper journals too, especially those beautifully bound in leather, quilted fronts, or sueded material. There’s something special about writing by hand with ink on paper.
I’ve gotten into bullet journaling the past two or three years, but this year is the first time I’ve invested in a leather bound journal combining my love of sketching with calligraphy and stenciling. I love the feel of pen and paper. 🙂