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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Another Monday is upon us and so I offer up a number of writing related links for your perusal. From using notebook paper to copywriting resources, there is much to take in this week.


Notebook Paper: How to Spot High-Quality Paper

How to Effectively Market with Memes

85+ Copywriting Resources

Applications Where Paper Beats Software, And Where Software Beats Paper

10 Evergreen Strategies To Boost Your Freelance Writing Career

7 Excuses To Stay In Touch With Editors And Clients

Scaling Your Work Mountain: It’s All in the Approach

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

It’s time for the Monday roundup of interesting posts that relate to the art of writing or the wiz-bang methods of selling your writing. I hope you’ll take a few moments to start out your week with these links. Enjoy!


10 Social Media Tips for Bloggers

Typing for Output. Handwriting for Recall.

What Dr. John H. Watson Can Teach About Writing

30 Archaic Adjectives and Adverbs

Content Writing Can Be Real Writing

Great Social Media Sites For Author Platforms

Giving Voice to the Voiceless

Why great writing takes great sacrifice

Blog Smarter: Don’t Just End Up Trading Hours for Dollars

Have You Been Watching Kickstarter Lately? You Should

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

A few author’s links for your writing perusal. From tips to editing your work to the power of proofreading, there is plenty to examine. Just the thing to start out your week!


The Power of Proofreading

6 Ways New Writers Can Overcome Fear & Write Their Truth

21 Times for a Freelancer to Say “No”

Eight Simple Tips for Editing Your Own Work

Writing & Editing Look Easy On The Computer

What the Publishing Debate Means to Me

What’s In Your Freelance Writing Travel Bag?

Removing Doubt

Publishers’ Desk: Display or Misplay?

How to Defeat Writer’s Block

Twitter Relevance

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links!

Monday is Link Day here at No Wasted Ink! The articles listed here are ones that I discovered in the past week and found interesting for writers. They are all from people that I follow either on twitter or read their blogs as a subscriber.


25 Things that Writers Should Stop Doing

What Do Publishing and Downton Abbey Have in Common?

3 Ideas for Taking the Sting Out of Rejection

No rules, just write!

I Greet You in the Middle of a Great Career: A Brief History of Blurbs

10 ways to cut costs from your freelance writing business

How to sync Scrivener with any text editor (and go mobile too)

Writing Secrets of Prolific Authors