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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Happy Monday everyone! I’ve gathered up some interesting links for all the intrepid writer’s following along here on No Wasted Ink. These are from my weekend readings. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.


Take note, paper

5 Lessons in Creativity from the Return of Ze Frank

7 Lessons I learned from Increasing My Search Engine Traffic by 200% in 6 Months

Think Proofreading Isn’t Important? Think Again…

Combining Print And Web

What Should You Do With Your Lurkers?

Freelance Writing Advice for College Grads

60 Synonyms for “Walk”

Rambling Man

Death to Microsoft Word

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I’ve been combing the internet for interesting posts about the art of writing. I hope you enjoy this week’s offerings.

How To Optimize Twitter: Be Real, Profiles, RT, Hashtags & More

How to Create a Successful Editorial Calendar

10 Reasons Why We Love Making Lists

26 Tips for Writing Great Blog Posts

12 Things That Will Kill Your Blog Post Every Time

Combining Print And Web

The Best Businesses to Network With for Freelance Writers

Writer’s Survival Guide 8: Draft Systems

Hate Amazon? Well Read About What Random House Did to Me and My Family

Beyond the Cliché: How to Create Characters that Fascinate

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There are many amazing articles to peruse this week. From a new estore model that could facilate your book and short story sales, to filofax tips to general writing concepts. Enjoy!


Selling Ebooks Direct: How To Set Up A Simple E-Bookstore

Reading Self-Published Books

Why Rejections Are Good

How To Make Your Own Filofax Divider Tabs

Getting My Butt in the Chair

The Discipline of a Happy Life

A Subjective and Non-Flexible Contract with Humanity

That Freelance Mindset

Who Else Wants to be a Headline Writing Ninja?

30 Ways to Build Your Writer Platform

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There was an explosion of great articles to link to this week and I had a hard time choosing among them. From why you need business cards to dealing with writer’s block. I hope you like this week’s offerings.


Why You Need Professionally Printed Business Cards

How To Plot Without Plotting

This Business of Writing: Recordkeeping

When Words Wither: Dealing with Writer’s Block

In Love With Language

How to Market Nonfiction Books with Articles – Online and in Print

A Simple Novel Outline – 9 questions for 25 chapters

Writing Workflow – How to use ipad with Scrivener

3 Reasons to Have a Website If You’re Unpublished

Facebook Page for Authors and Screenwriters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I have a nice assortment of writer theme links for you this week. Some feature scrivener, my favorite writing program and others are general writing tips or marketing tips for writers. Enjoy!


Why I use Scrivener for business writing

Word Count: Murdering Your Darlings and King’s 10% Rule

Tab Fancy – Dividers for Filofax

3 Myths of Guest Writing for Big Websites … and 6 Tactics for Doing it Well

5 Strategies For Reviving Your Freelance Marketing Plan

Enhance Your Freelance Writing Career with These 5 Tips

The End of an Era for “The Encyclopedia Britannica”

How to Read a Book Contract – Contempt

How To Boost Your Writing Confidence

Can the Right Tools Help You Write Better?