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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Happy Monday! It is time for the latest crop of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink. Enjoy!




Making Big Adjustments as a WAHM

The Principles of Possessives

Simple Scrivener tip: mark off your scenes

Why Being a Sellout Will Help You Write What You Love

11 Easy and Efficient Ways to Build Knowledge, Self Teach, and Learn Every Day

Writing Better

Wired For Story. Using Brain Science To Hook Readers With Lisa Cron

The writing was – to me – far more important than any ‘career’

For New Writers: Three Tips For Becoming A More Better Writer

Overwhelmed? Too Busy?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

This week’s writer’s links are more focused on the art of writing as apposed to marketing your book or publishing. Enjoy!



Did the Bard speak American?

Once Upon a Time, The lure of the fairy tale.

Really, your outline does not have to be perfect

The significance of plot without conflict

The Invisible People

Style is the rocket

I Love Words

Technology Fail

Keeping Track of Contacts, Media History, and Speaking Engagements

23 Fiction Writing Ideas That Will Revitalize Your Story

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

This week’s writer’s links are more focused on writing, a little grammar, novels and publishing. Enjoy!



5 Things Paratrooping Can Teach You About Self-Publishing

Formatting Ebook . . . Tearing Hair Out

Why Writers Should Stop Being Scared and Take A Leap of Faith

Repotting Your Creativity

Three Easy Plotting ideas

5 Reasons to Write Your Scenes In Order

Six Things Meditation Taught Me About Freelancing

Surviving the Summer and Social Media

Where to Find Inspiration: 50 Quotes for Writers

Grammar Rules: Subject and Verb Agreement

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

This week’s writer’s links are more focused on writing, novels and publishing. I hope you enjoy them!



20 Principles of Good Writing

The Shakespearean Guide to Entrepreneurship

Social media and the art of being interested

Why Aren’t E-Reading Devices Smarter?

How Much Should You Pay To Publish Your Novel?

Working Through Illness

20 Synonyms for “Type”

Are You Charging Accordingly For Your Freelance Writing Skills?

The Impulsive Writer’s Productivity Secret: 3 Reasons to Write What You Want

21 Ways to Add Magic to Your Brand and Stand Out as a Creative

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I am more focused on the act of writing in my links for this week. How to research a novel, archetypes of novels and how to define the category you novel might be published in. I hope you’ll find it as useful as I did in my process of learning about and following the treads in publishing here on No Wasted Ink.


Epic Fantasy: Archetypes & Window Dressing

My Principles that will become like the snowflake

Editing the Novel

How I Did Research For 3 New York Times Bestselling Authors

Defining the Category of Your Novel in the New Age of Publishing

Contractor Tips: Three Tips for Success on Elance

5 Writing Rules I Broke to Get Unstuck

50 Things I Learned At Thrillerfest 2012

6 Proven Tips For Getting Into The Write Mood

Writing for Profit or Pleasure – Magazines & eZines