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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another day of writing links from No Wasted Ink.  This week I focused on general writing tips that I felt were useful for beginning and intermediate writers.  I especially love the article on setting up your scrivener project.  It is very similar to what I do myself at the start of a project.  I hope you enjoy them!

Facebook Page Ratings and Reviews: The How and Why

Immortality in Science Fiction

3 Ways Authors Get ‘Off Track’ with Their Characters

3 Ways to Test Your Story’s Emotional Stakes

The Efficient Writer: Using Timelines to Organize Story Details

Setting Up Your Scrivener Project for Easier Compiling

Ending Lessons From a Couple of Movies

6 Ways to Identify a Contrived Plot

Using a Writing Roadmap

How I Went From Scared Witless to Being a Published Author

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome to links day here at No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a nice grab bag of articles featuring general writing tips, stationery recommendations, and ways to improve your Amazon author page.  I hope you find the articles interesting!  Enjoy.

5 Steps to Creating a Productive Blogging To Do List

Japanese Stationery: What’s the Big Deal?

Why You Should Avoid “Feel” in Writing: 50 Alternatives

Basics of World Building

Simple Steps to Creating Powerful Press Releases

The Basics: Why Spelling and Punctuation Matter

A Writer’s Guide to Cyborgs

7 Ways To Improve Your Amazon Author Page

What Does It Mean to Move the Plot?

Your Story Has HIT a WALL—What Now?

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Here we are at another Monday.  It is time for ten writing article links from No Wasted Ink.  Most of the articles this week are general writing tips, but I tossed in a nice fountain pen article for fun.  I hope you enjoy them!

4 Proven Ways to Build Suspense

5 Ways to Write Faster

The Beginner’s Guide to Fountain Pens

A Tool for Exploring Hidden Dimensions

Turn the Beats Around

Microscopes in Sci-fi: Beginning to See the Light

Understanding the Traditional Publishing Model – 5 Facts

How to Write Stories Your Readers Will Remember

DEEP POV—What is It? Why Do Readers LOVE It?

Want to Write Romance? Layer Your Scenes for Success

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here at No Wasted Ink.  I was experiencing a bit of my feminist side this week and a few of the articles reflect this, however, there are several general writing tip articles too!  Enjoy.

HOW AND WHY TO KEEP A “COMMONPLACE BOOK”

The 7 Stages of Being a Writer (How Many Have You Experienced?)

Writing Contests: How to Write to Win

How to Boost Your Career as a Writer by Creating an Irresistible Series

Foreshadowing — When and Where to Use It

Women and Words: We Have Always Lived in the Castle: How Women Remained Imprisoned by Expectations

Begin by Training Your Subconscious

Take That, AP Style! Court of Law Rules The Oxford Comma Necessary

Why I dislike the term “Strong Female Character”

Women Writers Are Over Hearing These Sexist Comments

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome to another Monday of links about the craft of writing.  Each week, I surf the net to find new articles to help you learn about the ins and outs of being a writer.  This week are mainly general writing tips to help you work more effectively.  I hope you like them!

3 Ways You Can Create An Effective Journaling Habit

HOW TO COME UP WITH A BOOK TITLE

Find Out When It’s a Good Idea to Use a Made-Up Setting

A Fun Way to Brainstorm Story Ideas

THE UNGLAMOROUS ORDEAL OF RECORDING YOUR OWN AUDIOBOOK

Eight reasons that even a good book is rejected by publishers

Character Arc – The Shapers

7 Reasons To Consider a Study Group for Your Next Book Project

How I Went From Scared Witless to Published Author

Are You Tired of Writing?