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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! It is time for another batch of writers links from No Wasted Ink. This week I was heavy into reading writing tips as I gear up to return to revisions on my novel “Christmas in Kellynch”, the sequel to “The Curate’s Brother”. There were many great articles about writing fiction, including a good one at Tor.com about Speculative Poetry. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Honing Your Process of Receiving Feedback and the Revision It May Require

Writing Community Etiquette

Lessons From Three Bad Fight Scenes

4 Questions to Help You Determine Whether Your Writing Matters

Write What You Know—But Not Exactly

What We Can—and Can’t—Learn About Louisa May Alcott from Her Teenage Fiction

How to Create an Authentic Setting from a Place You’ve Never Been

Public Thinker: Ainissa Ramirez on Putting The Story Back In Science

Becoming a Writer: Calibrating the Work Against the Pleasure

Weird as Hell: Falling in Love With Speculative Poetry

No Wasted Inks Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! Welcome to No Wasted Ink’s top ten writing tip article list. As I surf the world wide web, I earmark writing articles that I personally find interesting…and ones that I hope you will too. This week is heavy on the writing tips, but there are a few about journaling and being a better reader that might be worth your looking into. Enjoy!


Why I Keep A Currently Inked Journal (And Why You Should, Too)


Write Short Stories, Get Rejected


How to Find, Develop, and Let Your Writing Voice Shine–Three Tips


Crafting the Short Story


How Web Content Writing Will Make You a Far Better Writer


What Redemption Arcs Tell Us About Forgiveness


8 Ways to Write Your Novel’s Outline


Can Writers Still Be Readers?


3 Beautifully Descriptive Novel Passages…


The Many Lives of Jewish Lore’s Favorite Monster

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! No Wasted Ink has a new top-ten of interesting writing related links for you to enjoy. During my own surfing of the internet, I earmark craft articles that I find useful and engaging and share these with all of you.


Writing Rogues, A Study o Batman: The Animated Series
Whose POV Should It Be?
The Joys of Scrivener – My Favorite Software for Organizing Your Book-In-Progress
Achieving Immortality Through Fiction
Writing Rules vs. Writing Fashion: Should Writers Follow Fashion Trends?
Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know: Hybrid Publishing
A Display Hack for Your Story’s Outline
Using TikTok to Sell Books
Affiliate Income For Authors
Why You Should Know Who Your Narrator Is Talking To

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome to the No Wasted Ink top-ten writer link list. These are links to articles that I find organically as I surf the internet and found to be informative and interesting. I hope you find them to be that too.


Short Stories as an End Goal
Heroes and Villains
How To Enjoy Writing
Enter Late, Leave Early: A Great Piece of Writing Advice for Chapters
Writing on Message: How to Separate Moral and Theme
Using Pop Culture References in Fiction
How to Teach World Terms Without Confusing Readers

Naming Fictional Characters: 10 Tips to Avoid Pitfalls
Which Comes First: Character or Plot?
Writing an Exclusive Audio Novel

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links


Welcome to another Monday of writer links from No Wasted Ink. This week I found many great articles on the writing process and about life as a writer. I hope you find them as interesting as I did. Enjoy!

Open Dyslexia From Both Press – Dyslexic-Friedly Books For Adults
The Fiction of Peace, the Fantasy of War
Future Worlds Prize for Fantasy and Science Fiction Writers of Colour Taking Entries
Spec-Fic-Fu: How to Make Aliens and Robots Fight Better
A Virtuous Cycle for Marketing Your Books
Pros and Cons of Using Present or Past Tense – What is the Effect on Your Reader?
Staying Connected with Other Writers
Ethics, Integrity & Trust for Writers
Five Tips for Using an Arbitrary Magic System
8 Stages in the Life Cycle of a Writer: From the Aha! Moment to Beyond the Grave.