Category Archives: Links

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksNational Handwriting Day was January 23rd, the anniversary of John Hancock’s birthday. In honor of this, I’ve included a few links on the subject along with several good scrivener and general writing links. Enjoy!


Cursive is Much More Than Pen & Paper

What You Write About Doesn’t Matter as Much as You Think

Top 10 Novel Writing Mistakes

Ernest Hemingway’s 20 Rules Of Writing

Using Scrivener and iBooks Author to Create an iTunes iBook

Taking the Scary out of Scrivener

50 Synonyms for “Villain”

Writing, Illustrating And Marketing Books For Kids With Katie Davis

Science Fiction Stuff I Am SO Ready For

How to Write an Opening Sentence

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week I am forwarding links about the writing process to you, more than any other topic. How to add tension to your story, descriptions, and the voice of your characters. I hope you enjoy them!


Claim Google Authorship for Your WordPress Website in 3 Easy Steps

5 Errors in Treating Quotations

Physical Attributes Entry: Skin

Make Them Turn the Page: Adding Tension to Hook the Reader

Voice

When Creativity Takes A Wrong Turn: Lousy Book Covers

The Culture of the Copy

The wrong goodbye of Barnes and Noble

F. Scott Fitzgerald on the Secret of Great Writing

How Authors Can Effectively Use Goodreads

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMost of the links this week have to do with hardware, hooking your neo up to your ipad, reasons to back up your data and even how to journal. I hope you enjoy the links!


Divide and Conquer: Building an Author Platform by Proxy

Why You Should Back Up

Welcome to John’s ePub primer

How to Journal Properly

iPad with Neo as keyboard (video)

How to Write a Joke

The Old Man and The Pen

30 More Nautical Expressions

Microsoft Word revision – the best solution yet

How I Connected With My Dream Editor on LinkedIn

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAnother Monday has come and I have a new batch of writer’s links for your pleasure. I am often amazed at the sheer volume of articles about the art of writing that are on the net. I love to read about the craft of writing on a regular basis and the links that I share here are simply some of the better ones that I stumble upon during the week. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.


Separating the Narrator from a Series

A Book Cover’s Evolution—Embrace of the Daimon

How to Escalate Conflict in Your Novel

Lost Your Motivation To Write? How to Get Your Mojo Back

International Writing Scams and How to Protect Yourself

Writing Tips for Getting and Staying Organized

A Week’s Worth of Journaling Prompts: Things We Take for Granted

If Time Were No Object

The Secret Writing Rule Book…and Why to Ignore It

Exploring Landscape and Belonging Through Story

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThe New Year is upon us and once again I have a new batch of writer’s links to brighten your Monday. I hope you have on your party hats and are ready to ring in the year with the hope of success, prosperity, and love.


The Return of Writing

Writing Tips: Every Word Matters

20 Business Tools for Entrepreneurs

Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational

25 Idioms About Bread and Dessert

Making OneNote and Word partners in writing

New Year, New Hurdles & Opportunities

28 December (1944): J. R. R. Tolkien to Christopher Tolkien

Libraries Starting to Emerge as Bookstores

4 Steps to Creating Enjoyable Reader Experience on Your Fiction Author Website