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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIs writing a form of insanity? What is a sensory book? What will a library of the future look like? These and other thought provoking ideas are the themes of this week’s writer’s links here at No Wasted Ink.

What the Library of the Future Will Look Like

Making Excuses for Science Fiction

The Why IS the Heart of Your Story

Your Audience Is Unorganized

Six Pieces of Bad Advice New Writers Need to Ignore

Writers Don’t Write to Get Published

How to Build a Writing Group in Your Community

Working: Mairead Case

In Pursuit of Beauty: Early Cosmetics

Sensory Fiction

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links here at No Wasted Ink. I was reading more about the writing and creative process this week than general writing tips. I hope you’ll find these articles as fascinating as I did! Enjoy.

The Allure of the Map

How HarperCollins’s Chief Digital Officer Uses Big Data To Make Publishing More Profitable

Reading for Writers: Eva Saulitis’ into great silence

Behind The Scenes: The Prologue

Self-Publishing Is Not The Minor Leagues

How to sell loads of books

Been Down So Long

The Truth About Rejection Newbie Writers Won’t Admit

This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways

Planning a Research Trip

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMondays are always the link day here at No Wasted Ink. This week the links are more about general writing tips, getting back to the basics, than more technical tips. Sometimes, it is good to go back to the beginning and remember the things that got us started as writers in the first place.

Breaking the fourth wall

Saving Mr. Banks – Bringing Real-Life to Fiction

How to Start a Novel

How to Collect Writing Ideas While You’re Procrastinating Online

Rudyard Kipling’s Writing Habits

Systems That Keep A Series Running

How to Do a Writing Workshop

25 Things A Great Character Needs

What’s in a Name? Naming Your Characters

The Artifacts of Everyday Life

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHere are are at Monday once again and that means it is time for another round up of links for writers. There are lots of interesting ones to choose from since my reading had gone a little wide this past week. So grab yourself a nice cup of coffee or tea, settle into your favorite chair, and give a read.

What Editors Want; A Must-Read for Writers Submitting to Literary Magazines

Abraham Maslow On Writing

10 Steps That Will Change The Way You View Time Management

How to Use Scrivener to Edit Your Book

Twelve quotes from authors to remember when starting your first book

Does Music Help With Writing?

Book Cover As Writing Tool

What Makes Readers Invest In a Frustrating Character?

The continuity conundrum: one solution for Scrivener users

My New Day Planner

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMonday is one of my favorite days of the week because it is the day that I share my favorite links with you all. This time, I’ve been looking at lots of general writing tips, ideas about publishing and a little more about the current status of cyber bullying that has been going on. I hope you find it interesting.

Reading Fees: Should You Submit?

PD James’s 10 tips for writing novels

How Hugh Howey Writes – Great Writers on Writing

5 Steps to Making and Keeping a Writing Resolution in 2014

Romancing the Reader: Five Goals for Writing the Romance Story

Writing and Publishing: Strategies for Success in 2014

Tale of a Vandal Notebook User: Going Indie, Part 3 #Chronodex

Brave New Bullying: Goodreads Gangs, Amazon Attacks—What Are Writers to Do?

Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Creating Epic Heroes

Swing Away, Merrill… Even If Every Editor Rejects Your Best Work