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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThank goodness it is Monday!  It is time for another batch of Writer’s Links from No Wasted Ink.  This week in addition to the regular writing tips, there are a few that focus on science fiction writing and book marketing.  Enjoy!

5 TIPS FOR FINDING INSPIRATION TO WRITE

Permission to Begin. Courage to Continue. Forgiveness to Try Again.

How to Write a Science Fiction Novel Series: 6 Tips

Creating Characters That Resonate

The #1 Key to Relatable Characters: Backstory

Activate Your Writing with Powerful Verbs

Create Believable Characters: Assembly Required

How to Get Your Writing Done Every Day: The Three-Bucket System

6 Ways to Vet Freelance Editors

Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksPour yourself a cup of coffee and tea and settle back for another list of writer’s links.  This week I have more general writing tips, but also general advice about being an introvert, writing contests and a nice article about writing battle scenes that I found particularly useful.

How to Find the Right Critique Partner: The 6-Step Checklist

Author Career Planning

Indie Choices: Writing in Multiple Genres or Specializing

WHY YOU SHOULD SUBMIT TO WRITING CONTESTS

7 Tips about the Basic Needs and Stressors of Introverts

Adapt to Change and Become More Productive

3D Organogenesis in Science Fiction

Novel Writing Advice: How to Write Battle Scenes

Writing Tips: Carry a Notebook?

The Problem with Pen Names

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week, the link articles are mainly general writing tips or articles to help you research subjects in science fiction or fantasy writing.  One exception is a nice article about being an introverted author.  Sometimes extroverts don’t understand what is like to be an introvert or introverts feel out of step due to their nature.  I found this article to be instructive.  I hope you enjoy all the articles!  See you next week with more!

5 DAILY HABITS OF HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE PEOPLE

How to Get the Most Out of Your Sequel Scenes

Got a Book Idea? These 4 Steps Reveal if it Will Sell

Waste Management in Sci-fi

Let’s Talk Numbers: How Long Should Your Series Be?

USING SCRIVENER FOR MAC TO COMPILE A PDF FOR PRINT ON DEMAND

Mastering Conflict—Hook Readers & Never Let Them Go

Bulking Up: Fleshing Out a Too-Short Novel

Writing with Personality for Introverts

The Ultimate 10 Step Guide to Plan and Write Your Book

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here on No Wasted Ink.  As you may have noticed, my posts have been a little sparse over the summer.  I’ve been off to several large conventions to promote my book and seek out new authors to interview here on the blog.  I haven’t neglected the link posts, while I do them manually based on articles that I read while I surf, the posts are more a pleasure for me to compile than a hardship. This month I am getting caught up and should get the blog back up to speed once again.  I hope you enjoy this latest batch of articles.

Sketchnotes: A Guide to Visual Note-Taking

Why shop at a brick-and-mortar bookstore?

WHY ARE THE WORLDS OF FANTASY ROMANCES SO GRIM?

HOW TO BUILD A NEWSROOM TIME MACHINE

Ten Social Media Post Ideas For Authors

The Art of Giving and Accepting Critiques

How to Promote Your Latest Work With a Blog

The Value of the Writing Retreat

I’m Marc Guggenheim, Writer and Executive Producer of Arrow, and This Is How I Work

Tech Hasn’t Killed Books Yet

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to No Wasted Ink.  This Monday I have a nice grab bag of general writing tips including subjects like author platform, building a community, working on a copy edit and what environments are most suitable for writing.  Pour yourself a cup of Joe and relax.  Enjoy!

Building Community As a Writer

10 Tips For Writing an Effective Query Letter…

The Synergy of the First Draft, Whether You Trim or Embellish

5 Steps to Surviving Your Copy Edit

Facebook Ads Work: How to Use Facebook to Reach Niche Readers

How Your Surroundings Ignite Your Creativity (And What To Do About It)

A Definition of Author Platform

THE LAST OF A KIND: EXTINCTION IN FANTASY

When Reading Books on #Writing and #Marketing

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