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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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From Nanowrimo, to fountain pens, and general writing tips, this week’s article links are sure to help you get ready for National Novel Writing Month.  This year I’m writing a science fiction novel set on the planet Mars.  What are you working on?  Enjoy the articles!

NANOWRIMO 2017 – IT’S #PREPTOBER!

What Shapes Do Fountain Pens Come In?

CRAFT ESSAY: THE FIRST-PERSON PLURAL

How to Injure or Kill Horses in Fiction

6 Lifestyle Changes You Can Make to Protect Creativity

How to Improve Your Writing: My Top 7 Fast-Acting Methods

Getting Ready for NaNoWriMo

When the Pieces Don’t Seem to Fit

When Writing, It’s the Journey That Matters

Preparing for a Writers’ Conference

The Libraries of Famous Men: Louis L’Amour

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Here we are on another fine Monday.  This week’s links have a little bit of everything from podcasting, websites, bullet journaling, and workshop etiquette.  Pour yourself a cup of joe or brew your favorite tea.  There might be a few articles to tempt you here.

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

9 Ways to Reduce Reader Confusion

A WEBSITE IS A WONDERFUL THING

Why I Love Broadcasting My Podcast Recordings Live

7 Common Newsletter Problems Solved

5 Ways that Journaling Can Make You Happier at Work

YOU DID WHAT? THE DOS AND DON’TS OF WORKSHOP ETIQUETTE

The Sitting / Standing Desk Combo That Eases My Back and Neck Pain

How to Cure A Pandemic in Fiction

4 Ways to Amplify Your Characters’ Subtext

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Sometimes it is good to be back to the basics.  Most of this week’s writer’s links are general writing tips to help you enrich your writing process.  I hope you enjoy them all!

How to Keep a Short Story Short

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 5: Graphic Artist

Authentic Female Characters vs Gender-Swaps

The Evolution of Female Pen-Names from Currer Bell to J.K. Rowling

The 7 Writer Types You Should Avoid Becoming

Less Than Meets the Eye: Print Book Use Is Falling Faster in Research Libraries

9 Reasons Why We All Need Accessible Ebooks

How sci-fi from China became a global proposition

A New Type of Library in a Once-Abandoned Colorado Ranch

15 Figures of Speech to Color Your Characters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links.  This week I have a bunch more general writing tips for you along with a nifty online tool, a funny story about Terry Pratchett and his final unpublished works, and a little about typography.  Relax and enjoy.

Terry Pratchett’s unpublished works crushed by steamroller

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 4: Social Media Manager

Why Characters Need Choices in Fiction

You Blockhead: The Psychology of Writer’s Block

Time Scales

Why Your Memoir Won’t Sell

COMING UP WITH THE PERFECT TITLE FOR YOUR NOVEL

Weaving Backstory Into Frontstory

The Typographic Details Behind Typewolf’s Favorite Sites

3 Simple Steps to Silencing Your Inner Critic

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday full of writer’s links.  This week’s articles are sure to please you as they cover general writing tips, marketing, and competitions.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Character Motivation Entry: Entering a Competition and Winning It

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 3: Author’s Assistant

5 Ways to Spot – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Author Blogs

How I Doubled My Newsletter Subscribers on Instafreebie

Advice to Writers Who Feel Like a Fraud (from a Writer Who Feels Like a Fraud)

10 Easy Edits to Improve Your Manuscript Right Now

Writing Fiction? 10 Common Writing Errors That Make You Look Like a Newbie

The Monster in Every Writer’s Closet

Genre is a Lot Simpler Than You Think

Running a Successful Facebook Novel Release Party