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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Welcome back for another installment of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links! This week I have a nice selection of general writing tips, sales techniques and even saving money on writing supplies. Dig in and enjoy!


A Peek Inside the Notebooks of Famous Authors, Artists and Visionaries

Writing First Thing in the Morning

How Do You Know When Your Novel Is Finished?

A Short Quiz About Partial Quotations

WSG 13: Saving Money on Supplies

How Amazon Saved My Life

Using Social Media to Grow your Freelance Writing Business

How to Get a Grip on Plots and Sub-Plots When Writing

Find Fans’ and Followers’ Pain Points in 5 Simple Steps

$30,000 eBook Sales. In 2 Months.

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

It is Monday and once again it is time for another batch of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week I have articles ranging from pulp fictions turned into novels, routines to help your writing, and strengthening the spiritual thread of your work. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

Hack The Cover

13 Ways to Make Idea Generation a Daily Habit

Stephen King’s 20 Tips for Becoming a Frighteningly Good Writer

Easy Five Step Plan for Editing Your Blog Posts

Writing a screenplay in Scrivener

Fixer-Upper (Needs a little work!)

How Routines Save and Ruin Your Writing

Strengthening the Spiritual Thread of Your Novel

What’s a Reported Essay?

Follow On To “How It Works”

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Article on world building, fountain pens and general writing tips await your perusal. Enjoy, here on No Wasted Ink!



Neil Gaiman Shares ‘Secret Freelancer Knowledge’

An Awesome New Worldbuilding Tool

Why are fountain pen sales rising?

Merging Storylines In Writing Your Novel

Coping with Quotations

What I Learned About Writing from My Lunch With a Dead Woman

Why I Learned To Love KDP Select and Ignore Falling Sales

Writers Worth Two: Freelance Writer’s Dictionary

Who Are the Big Six? What Does “Indie” Really Mean? Answers to Not-So-Dumb Questions You Were Afraid to Ask

A Simple Plan for Writing One Powerful Piece of Online Content per Week

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I’m often fascinated about the different programs that authors use to write with or what you need to do to prepare when going to a writer’s convention. Fortunately, I have a few great articles to share on such subjects here on No Wasted Ink. Enjoy!


Children’s and YA authors, publishers, and book bloggers on Pinterest

Indie or Traditional Publishing? Don’t Take Sides: Take Your Time

How To Make A Million Dollars From Writing eBooks (Or How I Learned To Love The Kindle)

Writers’ Conference Advice

Preparing For Your First Writers’ Conference

Trusting Book Reviews

Writer’s Cramp: In the E-Reader Era, a Book a Year Is Slacking

Back to the Days of Old

Perfecting that Pesky Point of View

Choosing a Word Processing App for Your iPad

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

From teaching children in Africa to fix their ereaders to understanding the genre of literary fiction, there is much to peruse this week in the links page. I hope you get as much good information about the art of publishing your books as I did.


How To Sell Self-Published Books: Read This First

7 Ways to Use Pinterest As A Writer

How to Blog VI: 15 Tips for Guest Bloggers

Genres in Fiction Writing: Literary Fiction vs. Everything Else

Scrivener: 3 Reasons You Should Use It For Your Book

Please shut up: 5 ways to calm your most vocal critic

Email Or E-mail? Online Or On-line? Are You Behind The Times?

In the E-Reader Era, a Book a Year Is Slacking

5 Ways Novelists Can Benefit from Watching Movies and TV Shows

The Broken Kindle Problem: An Aid Program Runs Into Trouble