Category Archives: Links

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week’s grab bag of writing related links come from a variety of new sources. All of them struck me as interesting and I thought they would be perfect to share with you all here on No Wasted Ink.

Those people

The Best Kept Editing Secret

How to Orchestrate Themes into your Content Marketing

Six Tips to Bring Your Book Back from the Doldrums – Reading the Reader Tea Leaves

25 Things Writers Should Beware

Read it and Weep!

7 Sentences that Sound Crazy but are Still Grammatical

When do I write? In the cracks between my toddler’s poops and my wife’s contractions

20 Things You Should Never Do In A Pitch Meeting

When It’s Okay to Write for Free

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksOnce again, Monday is upon us and I have a nice new batch of writing related links to share with you. I hope that you enjoy them!

Why little black books instead of phones and computers

How to get Unfollowed on Twitter

How to Find the Keywords that Work for Your Content Marketing Goals

The Tools I Love for my Writing Business

Telling Yourself to Show: How to Identify Flat Scenes

James Patterson – the best seller who doesn’t write his own books

How to get television stations to notice your book

Five Ways to Spot a Writing Contest Scam

From Journal to Memoir: Capturing Scene

13 Questions to Ask Yourself about Your Opening Chapter

Interview with Jane Friedman

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week at No Wasted Ink, I thought we’d take a closer look at the art of writing. As writer’s it is sometimes difficult to push yourself on to seek out the next client, work on the next chapter of that novel, or submit yet another short story. These links tap into that thinking and help find ways of keeping a positive outlook with your inner muse.

Making a Website an extension of Story

Editors Read Your Pitches—Really

10 Easy Ways to Improve Your Dialogue

Interview with Jo Knowles on Writing Process, Writer Advice & See You At Harry’s

7 Ways to Put your Love of Writing to Work

Why I Love Writing About Education

A brief glimpse into publishing’s dark side

5 Tools You Need (and 5 to Avoid) as a New Freelancer

How To Make A Professional Standard Print Book Interior With Joel Friedlander, The Book Designer

Scrivener for plotters with Hope Ramsay

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI’ve been poking around in new blogs lately. I’ve been finding many new findings to post in the Monday link roundup. The last one has a vague title, but trust me, the article has useful information and is a hoot to read. I hope you enjoy this week’s selection!

That would really be a breakthru

The New Hero Type?

The Best in Portable Tech for the Freelancer

Rediscovering notebooks

Autograph Cards for Ebooks

How to Write a Synopsis of Your Novel

100 Twitter Hashtags Every Writer Should Know

What NOT to do as a new author….

Free Filofax Templates for Indie Authors

The Writer’s Lifesaver

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWhen choosing links this week, I was more focused on literay endevors. I found a great article about present day libraries, reasons why or why not you need an MFA to be a writer and other similar topics. I hope you find something of interest this fine Monday.

Is it Finally Time for You to Step Up?

Should You Use Twitter Hashtags?

So I Bought Myself A Kindle…

Innovative library services “in the wild”

What I Learned From Having a Literary Agent

How to Write an Opening Sentence

A simple Twitter strategy that will dramatically grow your network

Writing When Life Gets Hard

Why I Don’t Believe in Writer’s Block

Do Writers Need an MFA?