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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksSometimes, regular articles about the craft of writing are what it is all about.  This week are all pieces about improving your skills and becoming a better author.

4 Places to Find Your Best Story Conflict

20 misused English words that make smart people look silly

Small is beautiful: from Jane Austen to George RR Martin, the novella is making a come-back

How Solitude Enriches Creative Work

The Truth About “Platform”

Train Your Mind for Writing with Great Books

7 Ways Writers Can Find an Exclusive Voice

A Hobbit’s Guide to Launching Your Book

Why Facebook Is My Dream Publicist

Breaking Grammar Rules in Poetry Writing

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week, I was intrigued by different facets of writing.  What Native Americans might strive for when becoming authors, women turning the publishing industry on its toes, legends in fantasy, even a little about the history of e-ink and its invention.  I hope  you enjoy the steps of my journey.  Until next time…

Legends and Folktales in Fantasy

SATISFYING ENDINGS

4 Ways to Verify Your Story Concept Is Strong Enough

9 Lessons Learned About Writing From Walking 100km In A Weekend

How Electronic Ink Was Invented

Maverick women writers are upending the book industry and selling millions in the process

3 Myths About the MFA in Creative Writing

Want to Get Published? NY Literary Agent’s Tips For Native Authors

WHY DO WE WRITE ABOUT ORPHANS SO MUCH?

Why Most Academics Will Always Be Bad Writers

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week on No Wasted Ink, I have several great articles on general writing tips for you.  A reference article about writing wolves.  Also, great comments about creating a body of writing work.  I hope you enjoy them!

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU EXPERIENCE WRITERS BLOCK

Writing Wolves Fairly and Accurately

WRITING A PLOT TWIST

How to Write Subtext in Dialogue

Tips for introverted children’s book illustrators attending the SCBWI Summer Conference for the first time

Think Long Term. Create A Body Of Work.

How to Write (and Not to Write) an Author Bio

9 grammatical mistakes you need to stop making before I throw live scorpions at you

You Should Read More Romance Novels

Use This Predictive Text Generator To Write The Best Internet Fanfiction

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writing links.  This week I found plenty of general writing links that are sure to benefit the writers that come to No Wasted Ink.  There is a nice article about archery terms for you fantasy authors too.  Enjoy!

Track Your Word Count and Progress with Scrivener

The Difference Between Character Habits And Quirks

Everything You Wanted to Know about Book Sales (But Were Afraid to Ask)

Do I Need an Editor?

UTOPIAN FOR BEGINNERS

Advanced Techniques (And Insights) for Jaw-Dropping Dialogue

What Writers Need to Know About Archery

Your World in Ruin — Worldbuilding Without a Story

How to Sympathize with a Flawed Hero

The End of the VCR

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI always enjoy sharing my surfing results with you all each and every Monday.  This week I have a couple of good articles about writing, blogging, and revision.  I hope you enjoy them.

My Dad Reads ‘Wuthering Heights’ For The First Time

Hate the Editing Stage of Writing? Check Out These Helpful Tools

Formatting Your Book With Scrivener

WHY INDIE PRESSES ARE OPENING BOOKSTORES

How to Make Conflict the Engine That Drives Your Story

An Experiment in Fostering Creative Flow

Blogging Authors, Ignore the Rules! 9 Tips for a Successful Author Blog

How to Transform Your Story With a Moment of Truth

Tips for Creating Voice in Your Writing

THE SCIENCE OF WRITING