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Happy Monday!  This week I was on a bit of a paper and pen binge and I have a few stories about fountain pens, journals, and the art of letter writing.  Those of you who are participating in Nanowrimo this year, I wish you speedy typing and good luck with your projects.

TOP 5 REASONS TO USE A FOUNTAIN PEN

Thoreau and His Journal

Daily Journaling Prompts for November 2017

NaNoWriMo 2017 Toolkit

How to Write a Letter

Alexa, Siri and Google Assistant: Where are VPAs leading the publishing industry?

WORLDBUILDING ROUND TABLE

On Writing of a Different Culture

In Defense of Reading (and Writing) for Fun

Heat and Light in Austen’s Novels: Candles

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Sometimes, being a writer is filled with self-doubt and desperation.  Many of this week’s articles deal with this issue and how to overcome it.  Plus a few on writing picture books, general writing tips, and one about Hugh Hephner.  Why not?  Enjoy.

5 Tips for Organizing Subplots

8 Things to Know If You Want to Write a Picture Book

Have We Met? Creating Characters Your Readers Will Feel They Know

How Safe Is Your Most Valuable Writing Asset?

Planting the Magic Beans of Story

Hugh Hefner On Writing, Voice and Magazine Success

6 Ways Slowing Down and Thinking Small Will Help You Write Your Book

A Pivotal Step to Get Past Your Fear of Writing

What Do Young Adults Want to Read? Let My Students Tell You

How writers can beat imposter syndrome

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Welcome back to another Monday of writer’s links.  This week I have many general writing tip articles for you and a few that feature poetry writing.  I hope you enjoy them!

Article Research: A Savvy Librarian’s Top Tips

5 Tips for Creating Believable Fictional Languages

You Do You – 5 Tips for Making the Most of NaNoWriMo

Making Connections as a Writer

The 3 Secrets to Addictive Fiction

Rituals for Writing: Creating a Sacred Space

8 Ways to Rock Random Acts of Poetry Day!

How to Analyze Poetry

On Writing Craft — Why to Use a Variety of Sentence Lengths

Author Pen Names: 5 Reasons they’re a Bad Idea in the Digital Age

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From Nanowrimo, to fountain pens, and general writing tips, this week’s article links are sure to help you get ready for National Novel Writing Month.  This year I’m writing a science fiction novel set on the planet Mars.  What are you working on?  Enjoy the articles!

NANOWRIMO 2017 – IT’S #PREPTOBER!

What Shapes Do Fountain Pens Come In?

CRAFT ESSAY: THE FIRST-PERSON PLURAL

How to Injure or Kill Horses in Fiction

6 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Protect Creativity

How to Improve Your Writing: My Top 7 Fast-Acting Methods

Getting Ready for NaNoWriMo

When the Pieces Don’t Seem to Fit

When Writing, It’s the Journey That Matters

Preparing for a Writers’ Conference

The Libraries of Famous Men: Louis L’Amour

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Here we are on another fine Monday.  This week’s links have a little bit of everything from podcasting, websites, bullet journaling, and workshop etiquette.  Pour yourself a cup of joe or brew your favorite tea.  There might be a few articles to tempt you here.

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

9 Ways to Reduce Reader Confusion

A WEBSITE IS A WONDERFUL THING

Why I Love Broadcasting My Podcast Recordings Live

7 Common Newsletter Problems Solved

5 Ways that Journaling Can Make You Happier at Work

YOU DID WHAT? THE DOS AND DON’TS OF WORKSHOP ETIQUETTE

The Sitting / Standing Desk Combo That Eases My Back and Neck Pain

How to Cure A Pandemic in Fiction

4 Ways to Amplify Your Characters’ Subtext