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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Mondays are always fun because I am able to share my weekly surfing with you.  This time I stuck with more general writing tips and essays, keeping in the groove of my life as an author.  I hope you like them too!

The Old Man and The Pen

Character Arc

5 Things Aspiring Writers Might Be Surprised to Know

How Productive Writers Start The Day

What Fiction Trends Say About Us

How to Print Dyslexia Friendly Books – and Why

How P.D. James and Detective Fiction Healed My Broken Heart

What Causes Burnout and How to Overcome It

The story of Dr. Seuss’s Navy – or, how a PR man became a giant of children’s literature

ENCOUNTERING LITERARY BOTS IN THE WILDS OF TWITTER

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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A week of surfing has resulted in plenty of new articles to share.  This time I explore the daily in and out of being a writer, a bit about handwriting, and an interesting article about audiobooks.  I hope you enjoy them!

7 Real-World Ways to Think Like an Artist

Please Write! Confessions of a Lousy Pen Pal

Publishing Tip: Why Authors Shouldn’t Worry About Piracy

Business Musings: Writer Finances Versus The Paycheck World

9 Statistics Writers Should Know About Amazon

Library Hand, the Fastidiously Neat Penmanship Style Made for Card Catalogs

The 9 Mistakes Every Beginner Writer Makes

Reading Books Is on the Decline But Audiobooks Are Rising

What News-Writing Bots Mean for the Future of Journalism

Academic libraries are shrinking, while content is growing. How did we get here?

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Welcome back to another Monday of writer’s links.  This week there is the usual mix of general writing tips, but I have also included a few about handwriting and language that are a bit off the beaten path, but still interesting.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I did!

When I Fell in Love with Reading

Sherlock Holmes and Mastery of the Craft of Writing

HANDWRITING RESOURCES

Revenge of the copy editors: Grammar pros find internet stardom

Why I’ve ditched the Kindle for print books

THE WRITER AS PUBLIC FIGURE VS. THE WRITER WHO ACTUALLY WRITES

Why I’m Turning Trad-Pub Deals Down

DOWN THE RESEARCH RABBIT HOLE

Self-publishing, in an instant

Remembering Nüshu, the 19th-Century Chinese Script Only Women Could Write

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back, readers!  This week’s writer’s links is a grab bag of general writing tips, help in writing science fiction, and a little about handwriting itself.  Pour yourself a nice cup of coffee or tea and dig in.  I hope you like ’em.

How to Fill Plot Holes in Your Novel

Strengthening Your Fiction The Ben Franklin Way

Rogue Viruses in Science Fiction

An Author’s Guide to Book Subtitles

7 Essentials for Your Book Launch

Resilience: The Key to Reaching Your Writing Goals in 2017

10 Ridiculously Simple Steps for Writing a Book

Cursive Handwriting

Is My Novel Offensive?

The 1000 Day MFA

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

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Welcome back to another listing of No Wasted Ink’s writer’s links.  Perhaps I was feeling a little insecure as a writer this week.  Articles about combating procrastination, writing schedules and other emotions that inflict all of us as writers seemed to call to me.  I hope you find these articles as inspiring as I did.

Using Scrivener with Story Genius

How to Write Rock Climbing Wrong

5 TIPS FOR WRITING BETTER DIALOGUE

Boba Fett’s Guide to Writing Cool Characters

To Count or Not to Count (Words, that is)

You’ve Decided to Write a Novel. Now What?

A Writer’s Insecurity

Podcasting: Another Way to Reach Readers?

4 Counter-Intuitive Benefits of Scheduling Your Writing Time

How to Set – And Rock – Your Writing Goals