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Happy Monday! Once more I offer to you a top ten list of writerly articles. Most are general writing tips, but a few relate to building your career as a writer. I hope you find them useful!

How to Use a “Truth Chart” to Figure Out Your Character’s Arc

Is a “Personal Relationship” with Authors What Readers Want?

Copyediting Jobs: How to Estimate Hours and Pricing

CREATE A COMPELLING BOOK TITLE

A Conversation with Zoe Quinton on Developmental Editing

Colorful Language: Falling in Love with the Speech Rhythms of the American Southwest

Building an Author Platform: What It Is, Why You Need One, and How to Get Started

Entomology and Ants in Fantasy

If You’re Only Going to Master 10 Literary Devices, Let it Be These Ones

How to Build a Long-Term Writing Career

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Happy Monday! It is time for the top ten writing-related articles here on No Wasted Ink. While I have a few geared toward speculative fiction authors, there are many about the art of selling your books and the publishing scene too. I hope you find them interesting.

Walk Like a Dog

The Decline of Mainstream Fiction: Why Authors Need a Genre in Today’s Fragmented Publishing World.

Why Self-Publishing Authors Should Consider Establishing Their Own Imprint

12 TIPS ON WRITING FLASH FICTION

Interstellar Space Law: Who Owns Oumuamua?

Publisher Rocket: What Is It? And How Can It Help You Sell Books?

Key Ways to Rediscover your Writing “Fun Mojo”

Science Fiction—More than Just Gizmos

Depicting Characters Held Back by Fear

World-building Historical Fantasy

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Welcome back to No Wasted Ink! This Monday, I have a nice grab bag of articles for you. Many are general writing tips and a few are science fiction/fantasy related. I hope you find them as interesting as I did.

How to Ensure Readers Won’t Throw Your Book Across the Room

The Women Who Rode Miles on Horseback to Deliver Library Books

Is Grammarly Worth It? A Writer Reviews This Popular Editing Tool

Should Authors Break Free from the Brand?

Notes from a Book Tour

Becoming a Full-Time Author: Three Mindset Shifts Every Writer Must Make

8 Reasons Why Your Manuscript May be Getting Rejections

Before You Market Your Book, Set Your Objectives

GPS Systems: What Authors Should Know

WHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM A RANDOM SCIENCE FICTION NOVEL: THE WORLDS OF ROBERT A. HEINLEIN

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Welcome to another day of top ten links here on No Wasted Ink. This week, my writer article selections are more general in topic, but all should prove to be interesting. Pour yourself a cup of joe and sit back. It is time for a good read.

The Aesthetic Beauty of Math

Ten Ways Writers Can Utilize Their Time

Yes, Bookmobiles Are Still a Thing. (We Checked.)

50 MUST-READ FICTION BOOKS FEATURING OLDER WOMEN

What Writers Need to Know About Morality Clauses

The Indie Bookstore Renaissance (and Why it Matter to Writers)

About That ‘Writing Vacation’

Location, Location, Location: Discovering the Perfect Place for Writing Your Novel

Memoir & Legacy: Writing about Summers Past

Declutter that Novel! Is it Time to Marie Kondo Your WIP?

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Happy Monday! My top ten list of articles for writers is hot off the press. This week I chose general writing subjects, not so much focusing on scifi or fantasy genre as I usually do. Sometimes it is good to break things up. I hope you enjoy this week’s selection.

The Half-Wild Muse: On Writers and Their Cats

How to describe a character

Five Lies Writers Believe

Another Person’s Words: Poetry Is Always the Speaker

How Stanley Kubrick Staged the Moon Landing

This Tiny Traveling Bookstore Wanders the French Countryside

‘Close’ Proximity, ‘End’ Result, and More Redundant Words to Delete From Your Writing

Why Editing Matters

Haiku Remix Game: A Fun Poetry Game

7 Innovative Journaling Techniques You’ll Want to Try