Sometimes it is good to be back to the basics. Most of this week’s writer’s links are general writing tips to help you enrich your writing process. I hope you enjoy them all!
How to Keep a Short Story Short
How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 5: Graphic Artist
Authentic Female Characters vs Gender-Swaps
The Evolution of Female Pen-Names from Currer Bell to J.K. Rowling
The 7 Writer Types You Should Avoid Becoming
Less Than Meets the Eye: Print Book Use Is Falling Faster in Research Libraries
9 Reasons Why We All Need Accessible Ebooks
How sci-fi from China became a global proposition
A New Type of Library in a Once-Abandoned Colorado Ranch
5 thoughts on “No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links”
Reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:
Thanks to Wendy for providing links to 10 more great articles 👍😃
Although I don’t check “Reader” every day, when I do, your blog is the first one I read…always filled with helpful links and information.
Thank you Jayne. I’m glad you like my blog! 🙂
I’m in the middle of writing a series of short stories to be collected in one book. Each story is related to the other by theme, so when I saw the link to “How to Keep a Short Story Short” I zeroed in on the blogpost. That led me to other links, of which I have read one and will read the others soon. Thank you for posting your blogs and links to others. They are so informative.
I’m glad the links were of help to you, Patricia. Good luck with the new collection!