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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Welcome back to another Monday of writer’s links. This time, I have several great articles that help your writing research and on character development in addition to the usual general writing tips. I am trying to stick with fantasy and science fiction themes, but the tips work for any genre you choose to write. Relax and enjoy!

A Basic Guide to Getting Permissions + Sample Permissions Letter

ON CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

Iconic Cover Art

10 TIPS FOR SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHORS

How to Write with a Co-author

One Neat Trick to Get Your Name on an SFF Award

Matching Horses to Use, Climate, and Characters in Fiction

5 Tips for Writing a Likable “Righteous” Character

Wonder Woman vs. Atomic Blonde–What Truly Makes a Powerful Female Character?

One Simple Technique to Improve Your Writing in 10 Minutes a Day

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

As you may know, I am an indy author who loves to take charge of my books when it comes to publishing and marketing them. This week are links in that spirit from using Scrivener, getting your books into libraries, and tips on self-publishing. There is a little bit about science fiction and fairy tales too! I hope you enjoy these. I feel they are a cut above my usual curation.

The dark truth behind Sleeping Beauty

7 Classic Quotes to Inspire Your Writing

How to Craft an Outstanding Guest Post

HOW THE OTHER HALF SUCCESSFULLY SELF-PUBLISH

Another Word: Invisible and Visible Engineering in Science Fiction

18 Things Every Young Writer Should Know

Storyboarding with Scrivener

Getting Your Self-Published Book Into Libraries

How to Write A Creative Brief So Your Graphic Designer Creates An Amazing Book Cover

Copy, Line, & Developmental Editing Explained

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Here we are at another Monday.  It is time for another batch of writer’s links here at No Wasted Ink.  This week I got into the nitty gritty of old fashioned paper communication, from research in old libraries, to printing paper, and even origami pop-up books.  I hope you enjoy this different spin on the modern age and go a little analog with me.

5 Ways to Write a Perfect First Draft (or Nearly)

Writing Tips: How To Create Immersive Worlds For Science Fiction And Fantasy

Writers on Social Media: Does It Even Make a Difference?

The Finer Points of Great Dialogue

Library Love: How Writers Conducted Research Before the Age of the Internet

The Write Life: How To Enjoy Summer and Still Be Productive

How to Make the Backstory Relevant to Plot and Character

HOW LETTERPRESS PRINTING CAME BACK FROM THE DEAD

The History of Movable Paper in One Massive, 9,000-Book Collection

In Praise of Slow Writing

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Mondays are the fun days here at No Wasted Ink.  It is the day I share the articles on the internet that interest me and I hope will also interest those of you who write too!  The writing process is a difficult one to learn, but well worth the effort.  How else do we share those stories that lurk in our souls?  LOL  Okay, I’m waxing a bit too much here.  Time to get on with the articles!

FLYING WITH FOUNTAIN PENS

5 Ways to Use Myers-Briggs for Characters

A Question of When: Indicating Time Passage in Our Stories

What American Horror Story Taught Me About Anti-Heroes

How To Use Dictation To Write Faster And Stay Healthy With Scott Baker

Loglines and Blurbs – Short and Sweet and Stinkin’ Hard

The Problem With Cross-Genre Fiction

Horse-Riding Librarians Were the Great Depression’s Bookmobiles

ILLUMINATING FORGOTTEN HISTORY WITH THE BRIGHT LIGHT OF FICTION

Are you forgetful? That’s just your brain erasing useless memories

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of writer’s links.  This week I was back to finding general writing articles for you, but I’ve thrown in a historical piece that you might find interesting and another notebook article.  Sit back and relax and put your reading groove on.

These 5 Rules Will Help You Work More Productively at Home

The Elusive Naming Process

Learn How to Make the Most of the 5 Stages of the Writing Process

Let Your Characters Live and Breathe

Silent Voices: How Poetry Can Help Those Who Struggle To Speak

An Agent’s Advice: The Big Five No-nos to Querying a Literary Agent

How to Handle Conflicting Critiques

Why Keeping a Daily Journal Could Change Your Life

Austerity and the British Library

WAS JANE EYRE WRITTEN AS A SECRET LOVE LETTER?