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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week are mainly articles about book blurbs, blogging, and character descriptions.  There is a little bit about the fate of reading in the modern era to tickle your fancy.  I hope you enjoy them!

Writing in Third Person Omniscient vs Third Person Limited

HOW TO WRITE A BOOK BLURB – OR – IS YOURS TOO BLABBY?

3 Awesome Tips on Crafting Great Character Descriptions

How not to get shafted, 101

12 Secrets of Writing a Good Blog Post

5 Visualization Techniques to Help Your Writing Craft

The Fate of Reading in a Multimedia Age

How Publishers Can Build on Self-Publishing’s Victories

How does a literary agency sell its authors?

Stupid Writing Rules: 12 Bad Writing Tips New Writers Give Each Other

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs we here in America prepare for our Thanksgiving Holiday, time to get away and read a few articles might be difficult.  However, I am going to tempt you with a “top ten” that might make you pour a cup of coffee and have a quick sit down.  Be safe if you are traveling this holiday and eat plenty of turkey!

Finish That Half-Written Novel! Here’s How to Fix those “Fatal Flaws”

Why the World Needs More Patrons Than You May Realize

Famous Curses in History

Why Short Stories Make Great Movies

The Business of Writing: Who Let THAT Dog Out?

The Freelance Blogger’s Guide To Doubling Productivity

Mastering Stylistic Tension

Which Route to Take to Publishing?

9 Ways To Build Suspense ~ Fiction Writing

Five lessons that video games could learn from television drama

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink.  I hope you all are busy in your Nanowrimo efforts.  This year I’m a bit behind the 8-ball, but I’m hoping that once I get a few distractions completed, I can get up to full speed on my new story. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy the articles!

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!”

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMonday’s are my favorite day of the week here on No Wasted Ink.  It is the day I am able to share my favorite articles of the week.  This time around, in addition to the usual general writing links, I have a fun article on creating a writing talisman and a thoughtful article on book covers that I believe every author should take a look at.  Enjoy!

Why Do Books Written by Women Get Such Audience-Limiting Covers?

How to Design Your Novel For Film Adaptation

How to Get Inspired with a Creative Writing Talisman

5 Reasons to Self-Publish

First Drafts: Are you a Plotter? Pantser? Somewhere In Between?

4 Mistakes Every New Writer Makes (and How to Avoid Them)

Getting Ready to Launch a Book? Start with These 5 Questions

5 Tips for Writing Vivid Descriptions

Secrets Readers Don’t Know about Authors

Writing with Style

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links from No Wasted Ink.  This week, I have a nice grab bag of general writing articles, but also a few about the editing process that might be of use.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

Relativity: Did Einstein Kill Steampunk?

Mistakes to avoid when writing a series

SEVEN DO’S AND DON’TS OF CONSTRUCTIVE COMMUNICATION WITH YOUR EDITOR

Learn How to Set Up the Potential for Change in Character Arcs

Adding Depth to Your Fiction—Body Language 101

Yes, Shy Writers CAN Do In-Person Marketing

How to Stay Organized During a Revision

Are We Done Yet? How To You Know if Your Novel is Ready to Submit

The Little Word That Destroys Your Writing Life

The 15-Minute Writer: Book Marketing in Life’s Margins