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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! It is time for another top-ten writing related articles to help you start your writing week off right. As I surf the web, I earmark certain articles that I personally find useful or interesting and pass them on to you here. Enjoy!

Five Reasons to Start a Morning Writing Routine

9 Ways to Approach Relationship Dynamics in Fiction

Do You Need Quiet or Noise to Do Your Best Writing?

Tips for Submitting Short Stories

Pace Yourselves

How to Write Jokes

Seven voices – how to write a novel in multiple points of view

Spinning a Yarn out of History: How to Craft a Plot from your Historical Obsession

Do Blurbs Actually Work?

Books In 10 Years: Will Books Become Obsolete?

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writers Links. I have an interesting batch for you this week full of writing tips to start you off right!

So You Want to Bury A Body: Grave Digging for Writers

Draft Day, or Learning to Celebrate Your Manuscript

How To Start Writing

Making Story Structure Your Own

Word Count Goals for the Three Acts of Your Novel, Memoir, or Nonfiction Book

Something Else for Authors to Deal With–Harassment

An Easy (Easier) Way to Build a Series Bible

Five Common Weapon Mistakes in Speculative Fiction

Some Practical Notes for Publishers on Readers with ALS

What You Need to Trademark Your Personal Name

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome to another set of No Wasted Ink Writers Links. These are my top-ten articles about the craft of writing, designed with the science fiction and fantasy writer in mind. This batch are mainly writing tips, but they are solid articles. I hope you get much use from them. Enjoy!

Conflict in Fiction: What It Really Is and Why It’s Important to Plot

Getting Your Work Out: How to Choose Your Best Avenue for the Time, Money, and Effort

5 Tips to Engage Readers Online by Dave Chesson

I’ll have what she’s having

How to Keep Your Favorite Character From Ruining Your Story

Why editors reject submissions

Writing Magic in a Real-World Setting

Who Are You Writing For?

How Much Research is Enough?

What Happens When You Write 20 Minutes a Day?

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! It is time for another top ten writing articles for the science fiction and fantasy authors. This week I have a nice grab bag of research articles, general writing tips, and a few about the art of the short story. I hope you enjoy them!

An Elegant Weapon For A More Civilized Age

15th Century Clothing for Writers

The Making of a Full-Cast Audio Book

Tricks to Keep Your Writing Hot Even When, Baby, Its COLD Outside

Creating a Series Bible

Branding & Attention: Busy Brains in a Busy World

Outline a Short Story in Seven Steps

Four things poets can learn from George Carlin

9 Key Elements of a Short Story: What They Are and How to Apply Them

An Introvert’s Guide to a Public Online Presence

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome to another No Wasted Ink writers link where we explore my top ten writing articles of the week. This time I have plenty of general writing tip articles for you to choose from. Enjoy!

On Writing Narratives, Questioning Standards, and Oral Traditions in Storytelling

Six Character Archetypes for Sidekicks

Use Awe to Spark Creativity

On “Significant Authorship:” Writing as a Team

A Call to the Children’s Publishing Community: Join the Fight for School Librarians

Short Story Plot: How to Use Ideas and Structure to Plot a Short Story

Stories Will Save You

How To Use Sound To Make Your Writing Memorable

7 Steps for Tackling a Revise & Resubmit (R&R)

On the Most Adapted Ghost Story of All Time