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No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome to No Wasted Inks Writers links. This is a top ten list of writing articles for the science fiction and fantasy genre. Most of these are general writing links or articles to help with research. I hope you enjoy them!

Getting Married in the Middle Ages

How to Use Mind Mapping for Better Writing

Make Your Own Book of Spells: How to Use Grimoires and Unholy Scrolls from Ancient Tombs

Museums in Science Fiction and Fantasy

Why Fantasy and Science Fiction?

10 Ways to Be an Environmentally-Friendly Writer

Do a Best Day and Worst Day For Your Characters

Five Cool Storylines That Went Nowhere

Deity as Celebrity — Crafting a Myth Cycle

Navigating (and Writing in) a Corona-Colored World

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome back to another writers links here at No Wasted Ink.  This week there are writing tips as usual, but I found a few good resource articles and one on the benefits of journaling that I feel are worth taking a look at.  Enjoy your week!

17 of the Most Devious Sci-Fi and Fantasy Villains

The Importance of Good Fantasy Art

Big Brother is Watching: Surveillance Technology and Privacy

Is Science Fiction Bad For Us?

The 3 Acts of a Writer’s Life–Or How Your Age Affects Your Writing

Making A Living At Writing

The Hack’s Guide to Writing while the Kids are at Home

No Secrets. No Gimmicks. No Short Cuts. A Writer’s Guide to Patience, Practice, and Persistence

My Journal in the Days of COVID

Marathons, Sprints, and Pounces: 3-Tiered Approach to Book Launches

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday! This week’s top ten list of writing links are a variable selection of general writing tips mixed in with scifi and fantasy genre specific articles. I hope you enjoy them.

How ‘Horta-nomics’ can save Star Trek’s socialist utopia from the horrors of the dilithium mines

10 Amazing Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books by Women

Teaching Shakespeare Under Quarantine

Touching Your Audience Deeply through Viewpoint

When Book Collaborations Go Bad

Pencil Leaners

The Power of Pronouns

Does Your Story Really Need That Extra POV Character?

Writing Characters with Trauma

Freewrite: How to Write About Traumatic Events Without Adding More Trauma

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday!  Welcome back to No Wasted Ink Top Ten Writers Links.  I find these links when I surf the web in my normal reading and select ones that I feel would be of general interest to my fellow writers.  I hope you enjoy them!

Prophets, Preachers, and Parasites in Fantasy

8 Ways to Unblock Your Scene’s Potential

Need a Good Book Editor? Top Up-to-Date Recommendations

Perilous Work: Writing Cliffhangers

Six Character Archetypes for Love Interests

The Antithesis Method: A Simple Solution to Getting Unstuck in a Scene

How to Become a Self-Published Author

Is Your Story A Bit Lazy? 5 Ways to Improve the Action in your Story

Why book prizes matter more than ever

A Wrinkle in Time

No Wasted Ink Writers Links


Welcome to No Wasted Inks Writers Links.  A top-ten list of writing craft articles that I personally found to be interesting and useful.  I hope you will enjoy them too.

Solving the Alphasmart Dana’s Insatiable Appetite for AA Batteries…

Bringing Stories to Life: The World of Science Fiction and Fantasy Model Building

Breaking Through Writer’s Block

Why Not Poetry, Too?

Critique: 7 Possible Hooks for Your Opening Chapter

Ask Yourself Why

Seven Reasons It’s Definitely Okay to Neglect Storytelling Rules

Map Building for Fantasy Writers

3 Ways to Differentiate Your Characters

WIP Diagnostic: Is This Working? A Closer Look at Creating Compelling Openings