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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

This week I thought that the selections might be a little simpler. So we have easy methods to do technical writing, why you should go and walk in the park (my personal favorite activity) and other more relaxed subjects. Enjoy! Let me know how you like the links.

How To Add Up Your E-Book Sales In A Snap

My #1 Tip For Teen Novelists

Freelance Writers: How do You Hold Yourself Accountable?

Need a Boost? Try a Walk!

2 Simple Ways to Become That Writer With a Million Story Ideas

Technical Writing Made Simple, Stupid

Random House Says Libraries Own Their Ebooks

How to Sell More Books and Boost your Platform by Getting Your Story in the Media

How to Spot Viable Freelance Writing Opportunities on Job Boards

Difficult Voices: First Person Plural

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Once again, it is time to visit the web for interesting articles about writing. Although I do write the occasional article myself on the topic, I love the wealth of information that is available from all the millions of writers out there in the ether. I hope you will enjoy this week’s selection.

Of Men and Nicknames

The Alchemy of Story: Initiation, Transformation, Revelation

Should You Self Publish Your Novel?

30 Nautical Expressions

Community and Your Writing Business: It Takes a Village

Use illustrations to distract from your writing

25 Lifestyle Changes Guaranteed to Substantially and Quickly Boost your Creative Productivity

Is LinkedIn Losing Its Identity?

Help! My Book Isn’t Selling. 10 Questions You Need To Answer Honestly If You Want To Sell More Books.

5 Ways to Stay Organized as a Freelancer

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

As I slowly get prepared for NaNoWriMo this year, I’m starting to focus more on articles about writing scenes and other nuts and bolts of the organizing of a novel. I especially loved the one about fight scenes, but all of these have interesting information to impart.




Biff! Pow! Fight Scenes!

Get a Grip on Twitter Handles

The Whys and Hows of Paraphrasing

As A Freelance Writer, Should Quality Ever Come Second To Quantity?

Editing Tips

How To Get Amazon’s Top Customer Reviewers To Review Your Book

How Technology Has Changed Stories In My Life

The Business Rusch: Content is King

Articles You Wouldn’t Take Home to Mother: How to Write About Embarrassing Topics

How Bestseller Lists Work…and Introducing the Amazon Monthly 100

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There are some great articles this week. One explaining the companion of the hero’s journey, the heroine’s journey, another about how to build your worlds for gaming dungeons that would also work well for fantasy world building and other odds and ends that should prove to round out your week.



Writing THAT Scene

Architects of Mars

The Need For Make Believe

Use Shortcuts For Faster Typing On The iPhone

9 Writing Books that Will Inspire You to Write – Today

Top 10 Self Sabotaging Mistakes of Author Bloggers

5 Free Services That Help You Build Author Platform

Six Ways to Avoid Becoming a Literary Mimic

The Heroines Journey

How Do You Make A Living As A Novelist?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Monday. Monday. So good to be. At least, that is how the Association’s song starts! As usual, I’ve picked out a handful of articles that I found interesting in the previous week related to writing. I hope you find them as insightful as I did.


Why Writers Need to Leverage Technology

Why Every Kid Knows Maths: The Myth of Talent

How Mundane Routines Produce Creative Magic

Why Use Pen Names if Not For Privacy?

25 Favorite Portmanteau Words

Quick Scrivener tip: another corkboard gem

Intellectual Property Considerations for Writers

Ebook Authors Continue To See Self-Publishing Stigma Disappear

Polished Roughhewn: Reflections on Hemingway

The Uncomfortable Pantser: When Your Method Doesn’t Fit Your Personality