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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Happy Monday!  I have another great ten links to articles about the craft of writing.  Each one is a bit meaty, so pour yourself your favorite beverage before you settle in to read today.

15 FAMOUS AUTHORS THAT BECAME SCREENWRITERS

Writing A Fantasy Trilogy with Michelle Hauck

All Wounds Matter: Writing Better Stories

Grammar Checker Tools: Crucial Software or a Crutch for Freelancers?

So What’s Your Book About?, or, Creating the Perfect Elevator Pitch

Writers Need to be Amphibious

4 Tips on Writing Action Scenes

THE KINDLE CHANGED THE BOOK BUSINESS. CAN IT CHANGE BOOKS?

Self-publishing allows writers to tell stories on their own terms

Literary fiction is in crisis. A new chapter of funding authors must begin

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to a New Year of writer’s links!  My Monday links page where I highlight ten articles about writing, handwriting, science fiction and other writerly tasks has always been the most popular post series on my blog.  So it is not broke, don’t fix it!  This week the articles are mainly about the craft of writing.  Dig in and go deep.  Enjoy!

Adventure Awaits: A Brief History of Space Opera

3 Simple Ways to Overcome Surprising Challenges of Working from Home

‘Handwritten letters belong to you like your DNA’

How to Use The Force to Write Your Novel

HOW TO WRITE: 10 TIPS FROM DAVID OGILVY

Distance Legal Systems in Sci-fi

The Writers’ Journey: Newbie to Mastery

Build Success with the Lego Productivity Method for Writers

Episodic vs. Epic: Go Bigger with Your Writing

Four Keys To Creating A Likable Character

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Happy Holidays from No Wasted Ink.  I have another ten articles for your writing pleasure.  A little about poetry, a little about book marketing, and a few about gifts and memories.  I hope you enjoy them!  These will be the last links for 2017.  Due to  Christmas and the New Year’s Holidays falling on Mondays, I will be taking a short break from posting this series until the New Year.  There are lots of new things in store for No Wasted Ink next year, but I will tell you more about it in my opening post for the year 2018.  Until then, good reading to you all.

How to Tame the Social Media Beast

How Transparent Should Poetry Be?

3 Tips To Creating A Time Bomb Plot Device

Do You Dare To Eat A Peach? Finding the Perfect Metaphor

Writers: Your Number One Enemy Is Your Ego

When I Was a Girl I Wrapped Books

8 Ways For Authors to Waste Their Money

The Prime Universe Doesn’t Exist

Going Paperless: An Epilogue

A Tech-Challenged Author in a 21st Century World

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Writer’s Links have always been one of the more popular series on my blog, and I am happy to keep them up for your reading pleasure.  This week there is a grab bag of all sorts of writerly goodness.  A bit on marketing, a bit of general writing tips and even an article about poetry.  Enjoy!

Print Books vs. Ebooks: Who’s Up, Who’s Down, and Where Are We Headed?

How to Write an Author Bio for Any Occasion

Tips for How to Choose the Right Sentences

Do Poems Need to Be Accessible?

10 Ways to Goose the Muse

A Scene Template For New Writers

One Brick at a Time: Crafting Compelling Scenes

5 Things I’m Not Doing to Launch My Book—Plus What I’m Doing Instead

A Neural Network Tries Writing the First Sentence of a Novel

THE END OF THE SOCIAL ERA CAN’T COME SOON ENOUGH

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here at No Wasted Ink. This week I have a smorgasbord of general writing tips and an interesting article from Tor about the women of Star Wars you shouldn’t miss.  Be well! And enjoy. 

A Beginner’s Guide to Writing Urban Fantasy

Weather as Setting

3 Tips To Creating A Time Bomb Plot Device

Real books are back. E-book sales plunge nearly 20%

Taking Short Stories Seriously

Women are the Champions of the Rebellion Now

Easy Blogging for Authors: 10 Tips for a Successful Author Blog

How to Know When Your Creative Work is Finished

How to Write Funny

Wounded: Why Pain & Wounds are Vital for Fiction