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Happy Holidays!  I have another top ten list of writing articles for you to enjoy. Most concern the writer’s life and how to be more productive, but there are a few craft-related ones too.  I hope you find them useful!

How to Choose the Right Antagonist for Any Type of Story

Quick and Tidy Tips to Streamline Editing

What One Thing is Your Novel About?

Harnessing Your Passion to Strengthen Your Stories

The Biggest Blocks: Creating Names and Titles in Your Novel

Writer Wants Versus Reader Needs

Debunking Copyright Myths

Advice for Women with Book Advances

When and How Should Writers Negotiate Better Terms?

The Collage Method

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome back to another top ten writers links from No Wasted Ink.  This week I go more into the nuts and bolts of life as a writer with articles to help you produce more and others to improve your craft.

Age Is Just a Number

How to Overcome Fear as a Writer and Embrace Your Profound Courage

Boost Your Launch By Getting Reader Reviews

Learning From the Movies: The King’s Speech

Five Signs Your Narration Is Sexist

Is It Necessary to Write EVERY day?

Outlines Are for Revision (Say What?) A Different Approach for Your Process

Better World Libraries, Internet Archive Partner, Acquires Better World Books

NaNoWriMo Has The Writers To Solve The Book Industry’s Diversity Problem

16 Scrivener Tools and Tricks

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday!  I hope your holiday shopping is going well.  If you need a break, I have my top ten writing articles for your reading pleasure.  I hope you find these as useful as I did!  Enjoy.

Ernest Hemingway’s Top 5 Tips for Writing Well

ON THE IMPORTANCE OF CRITIQUE GROUPS

2019 World Fantasy Convention Report

Old Women in SF—the List

How to Write Your Memoir Like a Novel

How to Evaluate Your WIP and Figure Out Your Next Steps

What Makes For The Perfect Ending? Make Your Choice

Five Things to Know When You Get Content Editing

Should You Edit As You Write?

How Myths & Lore Don’t Originate – And How They Do

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Welcome to No Wasted Ink Writers Links. Each Monday I post a list of top ten writing articles that I have found interesting or useful during my surfing on the internet. I hope you enjoy reading the articles as much as I did.

How to Know Which Parts of Your Story Readers Will Like Best (It Isn’t Always What You Think)

Tips for Using Instagram as an Author

A Simple Trick to Increase Your Productivity

Finding Our WHY: The Beating Heart That Keeps Our Muse ALIVE

Five Epic Fantasy Conflicts Other Than War

History for Fantasy Writers: Journeymen

Identifying your Character’s Fatal Flaw

Writing Tips: 6 Ways To Give Perfectionism The Boot

You Should Quit Writing: Coexisting with the Naysayers in Your Head

Do I Need a Platform and If So, How High?

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

Happy Monday!  It is time for another top ten writing article links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a great selection of general writing tips for you, including a few for writers of fantasy that should prove to be useful.  Enjoy!

Writing Women Characters Into Epic Fantasy Without Quotas

How to Make Your Reader Care About Your Characters

23 Tips for a Zero Waste Home Office

How To Create A Vivid Experience With Setting Descriptions

16 Concrete Tips for Effectively Editing Your Own Fiction

On Writing: Why Mastery Should Matter to the Serious Author

Is My Villain Who Feeds Off Negative Emotions Problematic?

Mythic Guide to Heroes & Villains — The Fatal Flaw and Unlikely Heroes

How To Challenge Toxic Masculinity As A Writer

Where Do Character Strengths Come From?