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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There are some great articles this week. One explaining the companion of the hero’s journey, the heroine’s journey, another about how to build your worlds for gaming dungeons that would also work well for fantasy world building and other odds and ends that should prove to round out your week.



Writing THAT Scene

Architects of Mars

The Need For Make Believe

Use Shortcuts For Faster Typing On The iPhone

9 Writing Books that Will Inspire You to Write – Today

Top 10 Self Sabotaging Mistakes of Author Bloggers

5 Free Services That Help You Build Author Platform

Six Ways to Avoid Becoming a Literary Mimic

The Heroines Journey

How Do You Make A Living As A Novelist?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Monday. Monday. So good to be. At least, that is how the Association’s song starts! As usual, I’ve picked out a handful of articles that I found interesting in the previous week related to writing. I hope you find them as insightful as I did.


Why Writers Need to Leverage Technology

Why Every Kid Knows Maths: The Myth of Talent

How Mundane Routines Produce Creative Magic

Why Use Pen Names if Not For Privacy?

25 Favorite Portmanteau Words

Quick Scrivener tip: another corkboard gem

Intellectual Property Considerations for Writers

Ebook Authors Continue To See Self-Publishing Stigma Disappear

Polished Roughhewn: Reflections on Hemingway

The Uncomfortable Pantser: When Your Method Doesn’t Fit Your Personality

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

I always look forward to Monday’s because that is the day I am able to share with you many of the interesting articles that I’ve been reading the previous week. There is much to choose from today! Enjoy.


9 Warning Signs of an Amateur Artist

5 Tools to Keep Your Writing Fresh

How to Weave a Story that Instantly Captivates Your Audience

Jay Leno On Jay Mohr

Estimate vs. Guess

5 Lessons Learned From Writing 3 Novels

9 Things Authors Do That Irritate Their Facebook Fans

Science Confirms the Obvious: Literature is Good for Your Brain

Self-Publishing Statistics: Women fare better than men at making money from self-publishing

A Writer’s Colony Lesson You Can Apply to You Career

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

From a mechanical typewriter connected to an iPad to tips on the perfect book cover to general writing tips, this week’s Writer’s Links has it all.



10 Grammar Mistakes that Can Keep Your Content from Spreading

Unemployed College Graduates: Blog Yourself a Job

5 Sentences Repaired by Correct Use of Commas

Getting it Done: A Guide to Productive Goal-Setting for Freelancers

Typewriter Landscape (YouTube Video)

Taking Responsibility for Your Book Cover

11 Lessons from a Year of Full-Time Entrepreneurship

What Makes a Good Almost Kiss?

The Craft of Writing

Jumpstarting Fiction: How to Find Unique, Timely Ideas to Energize Your Creativity

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

There were many great posts on writing this week. I had trouble picking out only ten to share with you this Monday. I hope you enjoy them!



5 Ways to Improve Your Focus While Working Online

Kimberly Griffiths Little – Write On Con 2012 VLOG

The Secret to Writing 4000 Words a Day

12 Lessons Learned from 12 Years of Writing

Dragon Voice Recognition For Freelance Writers

7 Reasons to Publish a Blog

Readability: the Optimal Line Length

7 Productivity Tips From My Vacation That Freelancers Can Use All Year

Rigged Reviews

How To Work On More Than One Book At A Time