No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIt is always a pleasure to bring my favorite articles of the week to you every Monday. This week’s writer’s links are a grab bag of topics from fountain pens, to using Scrivener, general grammar tips and how to use Wattpad to highlight your writing. Go grab yourself a nice cuppa tea or coffee and indulge. I hope you like them.

An Introduction to Nib Customization

Using Scrivener to Store Your Research & Notes

Voice vs. Grammar

All About Google+ for Writers

The One Thing Successful People Do that Sets Them Apart

HOW TO MAKE THE CREATIVE MAGIC OF STEVE JOBS’ REALITY DISTORTION FIELD WORK FOR YOU

Robert Jordan: America’s Tolkien

What Are The Rules on Mixing Viewpoints?

HOW TO GET MORE WATTPAD READS

6 Tips for How to Organize Your Novel’s Edits

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3 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”

  1. I’ve fooled around with Scrivener a few times, but I still prefer OneNote for keeping all of my research. Had I discovered Scrivener before dumping hundreds of hours into OneNote, I probably would have used Scrivener instead.

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