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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of writer’s links. I find my links as I surf the web and save the best ones for you to view here on the blog. I hope you enjoy them.


Five Authors Who Prove It’s Never Too Late To Start Writing

See Your Characters

From Serviceable to Memorable: 5 Principles for Dialogue That Delivers

How to Format Your eBook Using Scrivener

How To Format Your Book In Scrivener For CreateSpace

Worldbulding: Nation/Culture Building Template

My Editing Technique

What Makes a Character Memorable?

The 7 Most Essential Genre Conventions

How Mastering the Query Letter Will Change Your Life – And 6 Steps To Doing It

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to another Monday of Writer’s Links. I was surfing a bit more wide for articles this week than usual and found many useful new topics such as how to put together an author’s press kit, how to better your writing routine and, of course, more articles on how to use that most wonderful of writing programs: Scrivener. Enjoy!

How I Use Scrivener to Organize my Writing

Book Marketing: Creating Your Author Press Kit

Aiming The Subconscious

7 F***in’ Great Ways to Build Your Writing Routine

How to Write Faster and Get Organized with Scrivener

Fear: The Most Undervalued Emotion in Fantasy

The Problem With “Revealing” Information That’s Already in the Cover Copy

Wholesalers—who they are and how they differ from distributors

Is Wikipedia Ghettoizing Female Writers?

Is sales tax on e-books, iTunes next? Tax-free digital content’s days may be numbered

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksHere it is, Monday again and time for more No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week I found a few good ones on marketing, improving your skills as a performance reader of your books and a bit about the new trend in book stores. Enjoy!


Why Bookstores Aren’t Helping Indie Authors—Yet

The Difference Between Marketing and Selling a Book

Sell books (without being an asshat.)

Blogs and Typos: A big deal?

Word Wizardry Where Art Thou?

Print Images Lousy? Here’s The Secret For Improving Them.

My Writing Process

4 Tips for Public Readings

Scrivener and the Cloud: Best Practices 2013

3 Minutes to Better Scrivener Chapter Headings

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis monday I am focusing more on the act of being creative in our writing. From chosing the right words, to advice from famous authors and tutorials on how to use your software a little better. There should be something here for everyone. Enjoy!


The Inigo Montoya Guide to 27 Commonly Misused Words

Notes from NorWesCon: What to Look for in a Small Press

27 Pieces Of Advice For Writers From Famous Authors (photo intensive)

Encouraging Words

The Phenomenon of Creativity

Why Writing Fluently Is Hard

YouTube: Scrivener-Annotations

Why Won’t Men Read Women?

YouTube: Twitter for Authors: Part One – Build Your Tribe

On Editing: You May Be Doing It Wrong

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksI decided to get back to the basics with this week’s writing links. Articles about how to write, what inspires us as writers and other similar subjects are the focus this week on No Wasted Ink. Enjoy!

When science fiction has an expiration date

The Writing Biz: Six Lessons from Star Trek’s Mr. Spock

Obstacles

Readers – What Will You Pay For An eBook?

Should Writers Follow the Rules?

Neil Gaiman and The Ocean at the End of the Lane (video)

Why are fountain pen sales rising?

4 Things To Consider When Creating Endings

9 Marketing Tips From A Writer Who Hates Marketing!

Falling in Love with Writing Again