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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome to another edition of my longest running post series, the writer’s links!  Each Monday I share with you articles about the craft of writing, science fiction, fantasy, or (drumroll) fountain pens!  This week has plenty of writing tips for you to view plus a retrospective on the late great Stan Lee.  RIP.

EDITING YOUR WRITING

You Know Nothing, Jon Snow

SF in Israel

It’s Not the Artificial Intelligences We Should Be Fearing

A Publisher Might Approach YOU: Four Stupid Mistakes to Avoid

Pyrography: For Those Who Need Fire to Create Their Art

How Many Viewpoint Characters in Your Novel?

Erroneous Code in Fiction

STAN LEE (1922-2018)

How to Choose Your Story’s Plot Points

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome to another Monday of No Wasted Ink writers links.  Each week I highlight ten articles about the craft of writing that I personally found to be interesting or enlightening.  I hope you enjoy them too!

Scum and Villainy Shines Despite Flaws

Create Killer Twists: Learn How to Redeem Your Villain

The Making of a Fable

How To Create & Write An Arch-Nemesis

How to Make an Awesome Book Trailer (And why you should!)

You are the Magic

Tips for Crafting Language

Writing Craft: How to Control Your Story’s Pace

Radical Revision: When The Going Gets Tough, Writers Get Radical

A Year On Paper

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome to the No Wasted Ink writers link day.  Each Monday I select ten articles about the craft of writing that I personal found to be interesting and educational and share them with you here.  This week I am featuring mainly writing tip articles.  I hope you like them as much as I did.

What Can Flash Fiction Do For Novel Writers?

Words Are Radical! (or, How to Cherish Language)

25 Ways To Avoid Writer’s Butt

Six Wordcraft Questions Writers Fight Over

How Do We Measure Commercial Success in Publishing?

How To Exercise & Strengthen Your Empathy

What Can a Linguist Learn From a Gravestone?

SUSAN ORLEAN: “LIBRARIANS ARE HEROIC.”

Characterization: Digging Deep By Personalization

Should You Trust Your Gut?

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of writer’s links from No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a nice assortment of general writing tips and a few about the editing process that I found to be above the fold.  I hope you enjoy them!

Branding Your Fiction

WHY WE SHOULD LEARN TO LOVE THE FULL STOP

THE PERSISTENCE OF THE LOGICAL

5 Lessons From a Lost Novel

How to Get the Reviews You Want – Ethically

Do You Really Need Developmental Edits?

Staying Afloat in the Roiling Sea of Books

What to Do When the “Abyss” Stares BACK

Lessons From the Terrible Writing of This Post

History for Fantasy Writers: Millers

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome back to writing links here at No Wasted Ink.  As usual, there are plenty of general writing tips to look through, plus a couple about marketing your books.  Enjoy!

7 Clever Strategies for Harnessing Coincidences in Fiction

Taking Care of Business: The Writer’s Edition

Do You Have Sloppy Writing Habits? (And 4 Things to Do About It)

How to Write a Great Story…in 18 Holes

Fatal Flaws: Why Your Story is Falling Apart & How to Fix It

Five Ways Gods and the Afterlife Change a Fantasy Setting

Distribution: Should You Go Wide or Narrow?

5 Things Re-Editing Your Older Work Can Teach You

Elevator Pitch. Anytime. Anywhere.

How Writing Therapy Can Help You Heal