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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I have plenty of regular writing tips, but also a few about marketing your books that should be helpful.  I hope you like them!  See you next week!

WHEN A MEMOIR MAY NOT REALLY BE ONE

3 Things to Do if Your Antagonist Is Taking Over Your Story

10 Tips For Writing Short Stories That Sell

It’s All About the Face: Creating Character Images That Work

18 Ideas for a Successful Book Launch

How to Write a Great Villain

Tips for Weaving Romance into Your Novel

Why My Novels Sucked — And What I Did About It

Dreams – journalling and interpretation

13 Rules For Using Commas Without Looking Like An Idiot

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of Writing Links!  This week I delve more into editing and creating book series than simple writing tips.  There is also a great article by the one and only James Scott Bell about using short stories to promote yourself as an author.  Enjoy!

Reader Question: Blogging to Promote Your Freelance Writing Services

5 THINGS I DISCOVERED FROM A TAKING A MONTH OFF FROM WRITING

5 Steps to a Thorough Book Edit

Why the Reader Put That Book Down

4 Things You Should Know About Book Review Blogs

Creating Single-Author Box Sets: Part One

Creating Single-Author Box Sets: Part Two

QUESTIONS FOR VANITY PUBLISHER AUSTIN MACAULEY YIELD FEW ANSWERS

Be More Like Yourself

The Strategic Use of Short Fiction

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Happy Monday!  As you can see, there is a new look for the weekly links roundup.  A new header graphic and formatting that should look much nicer for you folks that read via phone and tablet.  This week’s links feature general writing tips, author marketing tips, and an interesting review about using LinkedIn as a writer.   Thank you for returning to No Wasted Ink and enjoy the articles.

Submission Strategies: Advice from a Literary Magazine Editor

How Writers Can Prepare Now for a Productive New Year

Building Your Author Platform

HOW TO EMBED HYPERLINKS IN MARKETING COPY

Deepen Your Story With Character Misdirection

The Hard Truth About Publishing—What Writers & Readers NEED to Know

Is LinkedIn Premium Worth It? Why It’s One Freelance Writer’s Success Strategy

Finding the Sweet Starting Spot for Your Story

Book Cover Design Fundamentals: Questions To Consider Before Hiring A Designer

Authors: How to Make the Most of a School Visit

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I was feeling a little poetic and have an article about poetry that is a bit unordinary.  There are also plenty of regular writing tip articles for your reading pleasure.  Enjoy!

Exploit Your Vulnerabilities to Finally Complete Your Book

How to Create Moral Stakes in Your Fiction

The Writer’s Enemy List: Are These People Sabotaging Your Writing Dreams?

The New Poetry Project: “After the Poison”

A Simple Solution to Getting Your Writing Done

The Wound—Because Damaged People Make the BEST Stories

When It’s OK to Listen to Your Inner Editor

Creative Writing: DIY MFA with Gabriela Pereira

Writing on Paper

How to Smartly Evaluate a Small Publisher

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksChoosing the right words as an author is a skill we all must learn to master, so are we captains of our destiny or masters of our fate?  You be the judge as you go through this week’s list of articles here on No Wasted Ink.

How to Support an Author’s New Book: 11 Ideas For You

THE FANTASTIC URSULA K. LE GUIN

HOW WESTWORLD THE SHOW DIFFERS FROM WESTWORLD THE MOVIE

Cheat Sheets For Writing Body Language

What the heck is crowdfunding, and how can authors use it to fund their books?

9 Ways You Succeed When Your First Draft Fails

Captain vs. Master

Book Titles: 10 Tips for Choosing the Right Title for Your Book

The Only Reason Your Story Should Have Flashbacks

How to Write Endings that “Wow!”