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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There was an explosion of great articles to link to this week and I had a hard time choosing among them. From why you need business cards to dealing with writer’s block. I hope you like this week’s offerings.


Why You Need Professionally Printed Business Cards

How To Plot Without Plotting

This Business of Writing: Recordkeeping

When Words Wither: Dealing with Writer’s Block

In Love With Language

How to Market Nonfiction Books with Articles – Online and in Print

A Simple Novel Outline – 9 questions for 25 chapters

Writing Workflow – How to use ipad with Scrivener

3 Reasons to Have a Website If You’re Unpublished

Facebook Page for Authors and Screenwriters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I have a nice assortment of writer theme links for you this week. Some feature scrivener, my favorite writing program and others are general writing tips or marketing tips for writers. Enjoy!


Why I use Scrivener for business writing

Word Count: Murdering Your Darlings and King’s 10% Rule

Tab Fancy – Dividers for Filofax

3 Myths of Guest Writing for Big Websites … and 6 Tactics for Doing it Well

5 Strategies For Reviving Your Freelance Marketing Plan

Enhance Your Freelance Writing Career with These 5 Tips

The End of an Era for “The Encyclopedia Britannica”

How to Read a Book Contract – Contempt

How To Boost Your Writing Confidence

Can the Right Tools Help You Write Better?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Let’s start off March right with a new batch of writer’s links. From using twitter to stealing your way to freelancing success. There is a variety of subjects here for both the beginning and more advanced writer. Enjoy!


14 Ways New Facebook Betrays Small Business

Penmoto Review

Once Upon a Tweet: Telling Stories In Twitter

30 Dr. Seuss quotes that can change your life [infographic]

How To Ensure You Don’t Become A Poor Communicator On Your Way To Freelance Writing Success

How To Steal Your Way To Freelance Writing Success

10 Things I Love About the Kindle

Author Platforms That Don’t Make Me Nauseous

The Function of “The”

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

As we like to do here at No Wasted Ink, on Monday I share some of the writing links that I’ve been reading during the week. From pricing your ebooks to the latest going on at smashwords. I hope you find them as interesting as I did!

8 Strategies for Launching a Brand Presence on Pinterest

Nook Book Signing Success!

Can You Be a Traveling Freelance Writer if You Suck at Writing?

Ebook Pricing is Driving Kindle Readers to Indie Authors

Organizing facts and details in your writing

20 Fun and Inspiring Character Writing Ideas

New French Law Seizes Digital Rights

Creativity Blocked? Here’s the Solution

Smashwords to Distribute to Blio and Public Libraries Via New Distribution Agreement with Baker & Taylor

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Another Monday is upon us and so I offer up a number of writing related links for your perusal. From using notebook paper to copywriting resources, there is much to take in this week.


Notebook Paper: How to Spot High-Quality Paper

How to Effectively Market with Memes

85+ Copywriting Resources

Applications Where Paper Beats Software, And Where Software Beats Paper

10 Evergreen Strategies To Boost Your Freelance Writing Career

7 Excuses To Stay In Touch With Editors And Clients

Scaling Your Work Mountain: It’s All in the Approach