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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMy searching of the web this past week led me to articles featuring tips on writing, publishing and a few about antique notebooks. I hope you enjoy reading them here on No Wasted Ink.

Early 20th Century Police Detective Log Book and Daily Duties

Does Anyone Still Use Paper Address Books?

How To Get Started In Magazine Writing

Interview With Author Karen Wiesner on Writing a Series

Live In Order To Write, Active Meditation, Digital Fasting And Publishing In India

Less Emphasis On The Publish & More On The Good Writing

Plotting With the Hero’s Journey

Lucha Libro: Peruvian writers ‘duke it out’ for a book contract in masked competitions

What are you writing? (NaNoWriMo)

Why You Should Write For Free And Like It

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWhy here it is, Monday once again! It is time for your weekly dose of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. I found plenty of general writing tip articles this time around, I’m hoping that they will inspire you as much as they me. Enjoy!

Why keep a notebook?

A Monday In The Life Of A Writer

Combating Platform Fatigue And Thinking Long Term For Your Writing Career With Dan Blank (Podcast)

Real Life Diagnostics: Avoiding the Triple Threat: Show vs Tell, POV Shifts, and Passive Voice

Why Listening Must Come Before Writing

How to Write an Effective Blurb for a Self-Published Book

Why Does Everyone Keep Trying to Reinvent the Book?

5 Pinterest Stats To Consider

On the Fence About Self-Publishing? Take the Plunge!

Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links! I have a few interesting articles about notebooks, pens and Nanowrimo. I hope you enjoy the reads!

Brave New World (What I’ve Learned About Cover Designs for Digital Publishing

Genres and Sub-Genres

How Writing Utensils Work

100+ Year Old Journals

My First NaNoWriMo

25 Things You Need To Know About Writing Mysteries

Who vs. Whom

Digital manuscript revision… still waiting for Mr Goodpen

What makes an indie book sell?

Twitter Hashtags for Freelance Writers

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHere we are at another Monday and it is time for the No Wasted Ink writer’s links! I have been founding a great deal of outstanding articles about writing, science fiction, steampunk and a an interesting one about antique typewriters. I hope you enjoy them!

The Truth About Author Websites

How to Cite Social Media in Scholarly Writing

Rheinmetall Portable Ergonomic

The Nine Novels That Defined Steampunk

Fool Me Once: 11 Rookie Nightmares from Authors Who Now Know Better

11 Most Prolific Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors of All Time

Story First, Writing Second – Especially Come November

Revealing Character Through Action

Good Penmanship: Beauty and Brains

Understanding the Introverted Writer

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI was in the mood to read about publishing your books and found several good articles on the subject that I wished to share with you today. Then there was a few fun things on soundcloud and youtube too. Enjoy your Monday!

Small Press vs. Self-Publishing

Four Things Trade Publishers Can Learn From STM Publishers

‘The Writer’ Automaton (YouTube)

This is the post I shouldn’t write. I shouldn’t, therefore I must.

How Much Time Do You Need To Write?

25 Words With Contradictory Meanings You May Not Know

F. Scott Fitzgerald reads John Masefield’s “On Growing Old” (Podcast)

Why Elvish, Klingon, Dothraki, and Na’vi are real languages

33 Of The Most Hilariously Terrible First Sentences In Literature History

Creating Powerful Scenes—Taking Advantage of the Strength of Your Novel