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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I’m busy working on book II of my Alice trilogy for Nanowrimo this month, however I don’t want to miss sharing some interesting writing links with you all. Pour yourself a nice cup of coffee, have a nice sit down, and enjoy these links from No Wasted Ink.


Three steps to revision heaven (kind of)

Social Media Myths that Can Cripple Our Author Platform

Six Ways Bloggers Can Earn More From Their Writing

The Pros and Cons of Using Twitter for Online Marketing

Christian Romance: What Exactly is it?

Character Emotion: Is It Written All Over Their Face?

Which Three Writing Practices Are Crucial to Your Success?

Journaling for Memoir: Writing About Real Characters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Nanowrimo season is upon us again and in honor of this, I have chosen a majority of links this week that feature National Novel Writing Month related posts for the writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink.


All new & revised: On word counts and novel length

Philip Hensher: Why handwriting matters

Do Publishers Need to Offer More Value to Authors?

NaNoWriMo Resources!

National Novel Writing Month: A Five-Year Vet’s View

How To Publish Your Blog On The Amazon Kindle

My #1 Tip For Teen Novelists

Answers to Reader Questions About Hyphens

Why Flashy Book Trailers Don’t Work

Why Book Trailers Are Now Essential to the Publishing Industry

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

NaNoWriMo is approaching. How is YOUR novel outline coming along? To rid yourself of pre-NaNo stress, here are a few writing links to take your mind off of November.


2 Free Word Count Trackers for NaNoWriMo Authors

Screenwriters and Novelists – what’s the difference?

Three Ways to Use Amazon to Sell More Books

Fill The Shelves – A Great New Initiative To Help Underfunded School Libraries

4 steps to using mind mapping for story ideas, blog topics

How Poetry Makes Us Better Business Writers

How To Prevent Carpal Tunnel Syndrome in Writers

5 Ways for Writers to Blast Through Self-Doubt

Exploding the Perfect Writer Myth

Five Motivational Techniques for Writers

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