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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThe New Year is upon us and once again I have a new batch of writer’s links to brighten your Monday. I hope you have on your party hats and are ready to ring in the year with the hope of success, prosperity, and love.


The Return of Writing

Writing Tips: Every Word Matters

20 Business Tools for Entrepreneurs

Top 29 Best Ways to Stay Creative in Life Inspirational

25 Idioms About Bread and Dessert

Making OneNote and Word partners in writing

New Year, New Hurdles & Opportunities

28 December (1944): J. R. R. Tolkien to Christopher Tolkien

Libraries Starting to Emerge as Bookstores

4 Steps to Creating Enjoyable Reader Experience on Your Fiction Author Website

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksEven though the holidays are upon us, I thought that I’d still share a few links with you all today. Pour yourself a cup of hot cocoa and pull up your computer or tablet and take a look at these links about the writing process. Happy Holidays everyone.


7 Types of Misspellings

Does Scrivener for Windows cut it?

Writing through the Holidays

John Cleese on the 5 Factors to Make Your Life More Creative

Ghosts of Writers Future

How To Write An Article

10 ways to use a writer’s conference to market your work

Science Fiction Fact & Fancy: Propulsion-Exotic

How To Be An Organized Writer

Podcast: A guide to rights for published and independent authors

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs we enter into this holiday season, I am still finding many interesting links about the writing process, marketing yourself as an author, and a nice tutorial on using dictation to write. Enjoy!


British English Vs American English

Getting a Traditional Book Deal After Self-Publishing

24 Writing Hashtags And A Mini Book Review

7 British English Writing Resources

Getting Started With Dictation

Cover Copy Primer

The Business Rusch: Writing Like It’s 2009

Scrivener: An Introduction to Novel Writing

Trusting Your Creative Self

7 Reasons To Write For Publications In Other Countries

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksEven though it is the holiday season, that doesn’t mean that we stop thinking about the writing process. Below are this week’s gathering from the various writing posts I’ve been perusing. I hope you enjoy them too.


Building an office for writing – first choose your screen

How to Tell if the First Draft of Your Novel Just Isn’t Worth Salvaging

Grammar Geekery: Most Common British/American English Spelling Mistakes

How I outlined my NaNo Novel The Damned Rise

Indie Publishing in 2013: Why We Can’t Party Like It’s 2009

How Do You Know If Your Work Is Any Good?

National Novel Writing Month: A Five-Year Vet’s View

Figurative and Alternate Meanings for 20 Medical Terms

Why Reeding and Riting Don’t Matter

Writing A Book: What Happens After The First Draft?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAfter 30 busy days where I hardly saw my husband, cooked very few meals, and hardly cleaned the house, I am happy to say that I am a Nanowrimo winner. I wrote 51K words toward the rough draft of the second book in my upcoming trilogy. I also wrote several chapters of book one of this project to fill in some plot holes and make the story richer in general. Due to my focus on Nanowrimo, this week’s links will feature topics on this subject from others that also joined in the madness that is Wrimo.


Everyone Needs an Editor. Even you.

How I Won NaNoWriMo and Why I Blame Scrivener

Don’t mess with my desk

Fountain Pen Basics: What kind of bottled fountain pen ink should I buy?

9 Things I Learned From My Copy-Edit

Building an office for writing – part one

Three Mac apps to help you self publish your book

Don’t Let the Decline of Spoken English Ruin Your Writing

Building a Plot of Variable Depth

Writing a Strong Opening Chapter