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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMonday is always my favorite day. This is when I get to show off all the shiny new writer’s links to everyone. I have a nice assortment for you all today, mainly about notebooks and writing by hand, but also a great article on how digital media has changed journalism too. Enjoy!

How Traditional Bookstores are Thriving

Handwriting Makes You Smarter

How to Choose a Blog Name

Keys to Understanding Amazon’s Algorithms

Beta Readers’ List of Don’ts | Writers’ Expectations

Hand-Selling Your Book: How Savvy Are You?

Diaries and the Wild Mind: How to Start (or Re-start) a Journal Habit

“If it sounds like writing, rewrite it”

Revolution! A Manifesto for Authors

Helping Journalists Think Digital First

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMonday has come around again and therefore it is time for another round up of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink. As usual, I have a few Scrivener related links, general writing tips and a little bit about mind mapping. Go head and pour yourself a cup of joe, relax and enjoy.

Scrivener and RPG Writing

Six Easy Tips for Self-Editing Your Fiction

TextExpander: Markdown Image Links to Scrivener Image Tags

Mind Maps Done Right–Scapple for Windows is Here!

How Bloggers and Authors Benefit From Reading Blogs

Indexing your notebook content

The 56 Worst Analogies from High School Papers

Philip K. Dick Writing Music on Spotify

eBook Preorders Help Indie Authors Hit Bestseller Lists

It’s all in your point of view…

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links here at No Wasted Ink. I have a real grab bag for you this time around, a couple of good Scrivener tutorials, the lastest news from Smashwords, and a few tips on how to market yourself as a writer. Enjoy!

Smashwords Adds Preorder Feature

How to Launch a Book

Dramatica Writer’s DreamKit – What is It?

Writing: Scrivener as a complete Blogging System

When Life Starts to Resemble your Writing

6 Tips for Perfect (Professional) Cover Letters for Literary Magazines

Working with an Editor

The Only Kind of Sentence You Should Use in Your Fiction

Historically Authentic Sexism in Fantasy. Let’s Unpack That.

How to get the most out of Scrivener Composition Mode

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links to enjoy. I found a few unusual things to see, including a cartoon explaining Joseph Campbell’s “the hero’s journey”, Evernote tutorials, writing tips, and a flash fiction about “illiterate girls” that is not quite about what the title might suggest.

Publicity for Authors: 4 Next Steps

VIDEO: The Hero’s Journey

World-building in Collaborators – “In A City Far, Far Away . . .”

Why should writers use Evernote?

Get Into The Fight: How to Write Action That Won’t Show You’ve Never Thrown a Punch

You Should Date An Illiterate Girl

7 Tips on Writing a Series

How To Keep Up and Set Up A Blog

What NOT to Post When Marketing Your Book – 8 Common Mistakes to Avoid

Social Media for Writers: Goodreads

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here at No Wasted Ink. I found a few unusual ones for you all to take a look at, from a tour to an old-fashioned printing press studio, to editing tips, and some great writing tips from George R.R. Martin himself that you should not miss. Enjoy!


Query Hell and the Literary Agent’s Eye

Book Signings Anyone?

George R.R. Martin’s 20 Quotes On Writing

What Is a Beta Reader, and Why Do We Need Them?

When Are You Ready To Write Memoir?

Life as an Addicted Cursive Writer

Visiting the Minnesota Center for Book Arts

How Indie Bookstores Can Add Value By Partnering With Authors

7 Simple Fixes for the Writing Mistakes that Brand You an Amateur

The Sea Change of Self-Publishing