Here we are at another Monday. It is time for another batch of writer’s links here at No Wasted Ink. This week I got into the nitty gritty of old fashioned paper communication, from research in old libraries, to printing paper, and even origami pop-up books. I hope you enjoy this different spin on the modern age and go a little analog with me.
5 Ways to Write a Perfect First Draft (or Nearly)
Writing Tips: How To Create Immersive Worlds For Science Fiction And Fantasy
Writers on Social Media: Does It Even Make a Difference?
The Finer Points of Great Dialogue
Library Love: How Writers Conducted Research Before the Age of the Internet
The Write Life: How To Enjoy Summer and Still Be Productive
How to Make the Backstory Relevant to Plot and Character
HOW LETTERPRESS PRINTING CAME BACK FROM THE DEAD
The History of Movable Paper in One Massive, 9,000-Book Collection
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I gleaned some good info here, once again. Thanks so Wendy!
I’m glad you liked this week’s links, Liz. 🙂
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10 more interesting links from Wendy 👍😃
Hey Wendy, great stuff here!
Especially liked “library love.” Having just finished grad school, I’ve logged more old school research hours in the traditional “stacks” than any one person should ever have to!
I love libraries. I spent plenty of time in my university library during my college days as well. I occasionally return to do research for books too. As handy as the internet is, you find much better source material in the “stacks”. 🙂
Thanks for sharing, Wendy!
Thank YOU for stopping by the blog, Natalie. 🙂
Wonderful! There seems to be something for everybody. 🙂
Great post! I always find something useful when you share these links. If you would like to journey to a previous time and paper making… https://foundinfrance.wordpress.com/2013/09/01/le-moulin-a-papier-part-i/
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