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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to No Wasted Ink this fine Monday.  I have ten new writerly articles for you to enjoy this week.  There are general writing tips, writing lifestyle and a few research articles on topics science fiction and fantasy authors will be sure to find useful.

7 Literary Mashups We Need Somebody to Write Right Now

How to Schedule Time for an Imaginative Process, Rather Than an Exact Task

TIME TRAVEL IN FANTASY: MORE COMMON THAN YOU’D THINK

Writing a Novel in First Person

How to Write About Biomedical Researchers

The Words That Changed Your Life: Discovering What Made You a Writer

Avoiding Burnout With Strategic Breaks

Structure Matters: Building Great Stories to Endure the Ages

Harness Your Creative Momentum

How to End Writing Interruptions

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Monday is my favorite day because of Writer Links.  There is a great deal of information available to help us become better writers and that I appreciate that I live in an age where knowledge is easily obtained.  Wisdom is a little harder to see, but we keep trying. Enjoy this week’s offerings.  Let me know which article is your favorite!

5 Things to Consider Before Writing

A Sci-Fi Dragon Dystopia à la Jane Austen

Why Your Friend with a Creative Job Isn’t the Village Idiot

URSULA K. LE GUIN – IN MEMORIAM

Writing a Novel With Too Many Options

Nuclear Radiation for Writers

How PLR works and why it’s important

4 Ways for Writers to Become Better Readers

The Memoir: Why YOUR Story is Better than Snookie’s

How To Write Characters With PTSD

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to Monday’s Writer’s Links.  It is with a heavy heart I have learned of Ursula K. Le Guin’s passing.  She was an inspiration science fiction and fantasy author who brought a literary style to the genre.  I consider her one of my personal influences as an author.  You will find several links to articles about her this month in my link lists.  I hope you enjoy the articles this week.

Doctor Who theme’s co-creator honoured with posthumous PhD

It’s not your turn, sir.

A Lavish Gift

Ten Things I Learned from Ursula K. Le Guin

Perfectionism and Reading Fiction

The Difference Between Imagination and Creativity

7 Ways to Bring More Artistry to Your Writing

CREATING A FANTASY RACE

How To Be More Original

Bullet Journal Update: Can They Help Your Writing Career?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Happy Monday, it is time for another set of writer’s links here on No Wasted Ink. This time around I was drawn to the memoir genre and have a few links on that topic along with a good scattering of general writing articles.  Pour yourself a cup of joe and pull up a chair.  These should be good ones.

Channeling Your Childhood Heroes

The Power of a Writing Group for Publishing Success

Two Techniques Novelists Can Borrow from Film When Writing Opening Scenes

The Secret of Great Memoir: The Mature Self

“Secret Writing Rules” and Why to Ignore Them

Discover Your Memoir’s Underlying Themes

Bestseller Angie Thomas on writing, bestsellerdom, and diversity in publishing

Fighting and Gender

Your Novel’s Best Reading Level

How to Pick a Best-selling Title for Your Book

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This week, I went wandering into stories about astronauts seeking ghostwriters, how to write a cover letter, a nice article about poetry, and a spiffy article about creativity.  This will be a little more of a grab bag this week, but I hope that still meets with your approval. Enjoy!

Our Brain and Creativity

COVER LETTERS: ADVICE FROM A LITERARY MAGAZINE EDITOR

The Different Kinds of Editing: A Breakdown (with Examples)

PAPERS OF FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE NOW DIGITIZED USING HANDWRITTEN TEXT RECOGNITION TECHNOLOGY

Astronauts Get Writer’s Block, Too: An Interview with Scott Kelly

How to Find the Right Illustrator for Your Children’s Book

5 Lessons Writers Can Learn from Ferdinand the Bull

Five Things Your Characters Need

Finding Meaning in Poetry

A Book Launch Plan for First-Time Authors Without an Online Presence