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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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I felt it was time for a Monday link day with mainly writing tips.  Sometimes I go off on a tangent featuring fountain pens or whatnot and get away from what I feel everyone comes to the Monday post for quality writing links about the craft.  So here we go!  I hope you like this week’s selection.

Where Do You Place Your Inciting Incident?

How to Manage a Blog While Parenting Full-Time

3 Reasons Why Good Ideas Are a Real Threat to Good Writing

GENIUSES NEED NOT APPLY: ON CREATIVE WRITING COURSES

Autism Misconceptions in Fiction

PULP AND SEXISM

Don’t Let Anybody Tell You How to Write (or 8 Tips for Learning Responsibly)

Editing and Working With an Editor

The Importance of Creativity Time

The Evolution & Devolution of Sales: Why Your Books Aren’t Selling

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Welcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writers Links.  This week  I have a few intensive articles about book marketing, a fun one about typewriters, and of course, an obituary on the late, great Harlan Ellison who we lost recently.  His work stands the test of time and is worth seeking out if you want to understand the science fiction genre better.

The Authors Who Love Amazon

Help: my eBook business model is broken

How to write interesting characters for your fiction writing

5 Things Only Serious Writers Do

How to type an interrobang on a typewriter, and some reasons why we should. Much easy, so wild!

Can You Use MRUs Everywhere?

THE WINDING PATH TO PUBLICATION

Space Law and Lowering the Cost of Space Travel

HARLAN ELLISON RIP

Judge Yourself Less, Trust Yourself More, and Write Better Stories

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Coming down to the end of the month, I’ve saved the best for last.  This Monday has a bumper crop of excellent writing-related articles for the list.  I hope you’ll agree!  Enjoy these until next week.

The Basics of World-Building

Boost Your Creativity Mindset Naturally

Why a Serial Might Be a Good Move for Your Writing

The Importance of Setting in Fiction

The Language of Memes: A Brief Explanation

Essentials of the Writing Life: Gratitude

How to convert a Google Doc to Markdown or HTML

Are You Imperfect Enough to be a Successful Writer?

Juggling Multiple Writing Projects at Once: Exhausting or a Bright Idea?

Keeping the Writing Faith: Strike a Balance Between Solitude and Community

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Welcome to No Wasted Ink’s writer links!  Each week, as I surf the web for my own research and edification, I set aside the articles that I thought were the most interesting and place them here for you to see too.  Enjoy!

They Died and They Died”: Writing Combat for Character and Scale in SFF

Be a Bad Writer to Be a Great Writer

Write What You Want To Know

Diving Deep into POV

What to Do When Your Critique Feedback Gets Ignored

Test your way to bestseller success

WRITING A BOOK DID NOT CHANGE MY LIFE

HOW TECHNOLOGY HELPED ME CHEAT DYSLEXIA

Ghost Writer: The Story of Patience Worth, the Posthumous Author

A Case for Alternative History

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Welcome to another batch of writing links here on No Wasted Ink.  This is a nice mix of some of my more favorite sources and a few that popped up out of nowhere, but I thought were excellent to share.  I hope you like them!

How to Write Women Characters

How 6 Months of a Daily Journaling Habit Changed My Writing

Do you have a muse?

The Satisfaction of Excellence: The Growth Mindset for Writers

3 Signs You Might Be Ignoring Writing Advice That Can Help You

E-book Watermarking

WRITING WITH AND THROUGH PAIN

SKIPPING AHEAD: A NECESSARY BOOKISH HABIT

How The Self Publishing Industry Changed Between My First And Second Novels

BookExpo and BookCon Announce Preliminary 2018 Attendance Figures