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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another Monday full of writer’s links.  This week’s articles are sure to please you as they cover general writing tips, marketing, and competitions.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Character Motivation Entry: Entering a Competition and Winning It

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 3: Author’s Assistant

5 Ways to Spot – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Author Blogs

How I Doubled My Newsletter Subscribers on Instafreebie

Advice to Writers Who Feel Like a Fraud (from a Writer Who Feels Like a Fraud)

10 Easy Edits to Improve Your Manuscript Right Now

Writing Fiction? 10 Common Writing Errors That Make You Look Like a Newbie

The Monster in Every Writer’s Closet

Genre is a Lot Simpler Than You Think

Running a Successful Facebook Novel Release Party

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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No Wasted Ink Monday’s are set aside for writing links.  This week I mainly have writing tips for you, but there are a couple of marketing articles in the mix if that is more your speed.  Pour yourself a cup of joe and sit back and relax.  There is some decent reading here for your pleasure.

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 2: Editors

Beginnings, Endings, and Insecurities

Finding Your Voice Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated

Third Level Emotions

The Walking Englishman’s Walk Time Calculator

Indie authors – relish cross genre fiction

The Book He Wasn’t Supposed to Write

Instafreebie = Insta-Success

Indie author profiles: How often do they have to be updated?

What Are Book Cover Designers and Editors Earning? The Freelance Reality

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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I was in a marketing mood this week and therefore many of this Monday’s Link offerings are on that theme.  However, I have included a few general writing tips for poetry, emotions, and handwriting too.  Enjoy!

Character Motivation Thesaurus Entry: Carrying on a Legacy

Poetry Writing Tips

7 Great Tips on How to Write Nonfiction

Your Character’s Why

The Wizard of Alderley Edge

How to create your Author “Pit Crew” Part 1: Beta Readers

IN PRAISE OF HANDWRITING

The Benefits of Newsletters

BOOK MARKETING ON THE AIR: RADIO AND PODCAST TIPS FOR WRITERS

6 Marketing Tips for Debut Authors

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Welcome back to another day of Writer’s Links from No Wasted Ink. This week I have a nice grab bag of general writing tips for you, articles that grabbed me as well written and full of interesting information for those of us learning the author trade. I hope you like them too!

PUTTING IT RIGHT, AT LAST: MUST READ WOMEN AUTHORS IN FANTASY

The Near Future of Medical Technology

12 Tips for Writing and Releasing Collaborative Book Bundles

Science Fiction, Horror & More—Why Speculative Fiction Matters

How Walt Disney Made Me A Better Writer

The Great American Novel That Wasn’t

Birth of a Book: The Development Stage: Figuring Out the Plot

The Profound Power of Consistency

Ten Ways to Organize Your Bookshelf

YOUR BOOK NEEDS THESE 6 PSYCHOLOGICAL INGREDIENTS

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

Here we are welcoming in another Monday! This week the writer’s links are mainly general writing tips, a little about marketing, a little about the writing process, and a nice article about retelling myths and fairytales that I found quite useful. So sit back with your favorite beverage and relax with a couple of articles. I hope you’ll find them as entertaining and helpful as I did.

WRITING A SUCCESSFUL QUERY LETTER

Don’t Tweet Your Rejections

THE AUDIENCE DOESN’T KNOW, BUT THEY KNOW

16 Things Authors Don’t Control in Publishing

16 Ways to Make Your Setting a Character in Its Own Right

Once Upon a Plot: Retelling Myths and Fairytales

How To Get Book Reviews As An Unknown Author

Writer, Stretch Yourself (Like a Big Black Cat)

How to Write Characters Who Don’t All Feel the Same

Pemberley, Manderley and Howards End: the real buildings behind fictional houses