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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links! This time around I seemed to land on podcasts and video interviews more than usual, but all are well worth taking a look at. Enjoy!

Creative People Say No

Joss Whedon’s Top 10 Writing Tips

Scrivener Saturday: Importing Files

6 Ways to Make Sure Your Reader’s Brain Syncs with Your Protagonist’s Brain

Does Twitter Make Sense for Most Writers?

8 Online Productivity Tools For Writers

Listen up! 5 Podcasts for Freelance Writers

Learning the Secret to Mastery: An Interview with Robert Greene

Learning to Fly: Inspiration and Motivation

PODCAST: How to Market a Book if You Have No Audience

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIt is just another manic Monday here at No Wasted Ink. Come and enjoy the latest batch of writing related links!

How to Write your Memoir

What does a comma do, exactly? Comma use in the modern age

The Art of Relocation

10 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Setting

Authors on the Importance of Writing the Final Chapter First


8 Promises You’re Making to Readers—and Then Breaking

Writing Aversion Disorder

How The Pomodoro Technique Can Help You Draft Your Book In Just 3 Weeks – While Still Having A Life

What Not to Think About When You’re Writing

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. My surfing this week has gone a little in new directions, tending more toward reading and genre than in the craft of writing itself. I hope this change of pace proves to be refreshing! Enjoy.

Writing by hand. Modern day fetish?

What Every Writer Needs to Know About Copyright

Marvel Comics and Film Noir – What they taught me about writing.

9 Awards You Don’t Want to Win

New DRM Will Change the Words in Your E-Book

10 Things You Don’t Want In Your Novel

5 decades of books, 5 Genres and African writers who’ve found unique and refreshing ways to tell the African story.

Writing Fantasy: A Short Guide To The Genre

How to Make Adverbs Work for You

Believe in Your Drawer Novel—Even the Book that’s Doomed to Sit in the Dark Can Help You Become an Author

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week, I revisited blogs that I haven’t viewed in awhile. I found a nice article from David Hewson about his popular Scrivener book “Writing a Novel with Scrivener”, which I highly recommend. An articles about world building. Finally, a very nice tutorial video on how to use the copy editing software Smart Edit. Enjoy!

Storyville: Tips on Putting Together a Short Story Collection

10 Ways to Start Your Story Better

Worldbuilding: Thinking Inside The Box

10 Things Aspiring Novelists Should Know

Writing A Novel with Scrivener Keeps on Running

How to De-Clutter Your Mind and Become a More Productive Writer

Using a Critique Checklist, or, How Not to Look Like a Twit

Are You Meeting Your Writing Goals? Try These Productivity Tips For Writers

Inserting Images in Scrivener

Smart-Edit Software Video Tutorial

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI have lots of great offerings for you to peruse today. From writing tips, to classic literture, to more about the kerfuffle going on at SFWA. Enjoy!

18 People Who Missed The Point Of Classic Novels

Speech Tags Speak Louder Than Words

Triberr and Blog Promotion: It Does Actually Work

Why Good Writers Sometimes Give Bad Advice

Video: Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451

25 Things To Know About Sexism & Misogyny In Writing & Publishing

The Zombie Robert Heinlein Rises From the Grave Yet Again to Annoy the Politically Correct

10 Ways to Start Your Story Better

Are e-books good for your eyes?

New press hits on ‘third way’ between traditional and self-publishing