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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksIt is Monday once again and here we are with another 10 articles for No Wasted Ink’s link post. This week is a little more of a grab bag and less Nanowrimo related posts. I’m busy at work with my word count, but for those that are not participating this year, there is a little something for you too!

CURING WRITER’S BLOCK–WHETHER MADDENING OR MYTH

Fear, Guilt, Shame, Self-Loathing, and Doubt – Anybody Up for Writing a Novel?

The Two Most Powerful Words When It Comes to Writing Fiction…

Portraying character in fiction: Lessons from J. Alfred Prufrock

4 Ways Book Clubs Can Help Your Writing Career

7 ways to get and stay motivated for NaNoWriMo

Let’s Write it Right – Military/Security Acronyms and Initialisms

My University Study and Revision Process

YOUTUBE: The Steal Like An Artist Journal – Talk by Austin Kleon

5 Observations on the Evolution of Author Business Models

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to No Wasted Ink’s Writer’s Link Mondays. One of the many hats I wear as an author is that of a Nanowrimo ML. I co-organize a region to encourage writer, published and unpublished, to throw their muse to the winds and allow it to soar into 50K words of a story. Many of the articles this week speak about Nanowrimo. If you are a fellow wrimo, I’m sure it will intrigue you and if not, it might help you learn more about the non-profit and why it has such a following.

Writing to Film Scores: Emotion from Music to Paper

3 No-No’s for #NaNo

Why You MUST Publish Posts Often and Consistently

NANOPLANNO: TOOLS FOR NANOWRIMO PREP

26 List Ideas to Help You Rock the Freelance Life

A WRITER WHO SPEAKS OR A SPEAKER WHO WRITES?

Naming Your Novel

Books without readers: a discoverability problem

HOW TO OUTLINE DURING NATIONAL PLOT YOUR NOVEL MONTH

How to Price Your Indie Book

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week, I was in a writerly mood. My focus was more on articles of writing better. There are several great quality articles on the art of writing in this week’s batch of links. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

The Sense of Style: Psycholinguist Steven Pinker on the Art and Science of Beautiful Writing

‘The Martian’s’ biggest challenge

Developing Our Story: From Beat Sheet to Scene List

Takin’ you waay back

Writing Awesome Male Characters: What You’re Doing Wrong

Tracking Your Work

The Unfair Truth About How Creative People Really Succeed

What Is A Commonplace Book & Why You Need One

How to Start a Blog in 20 Easy Steps: A Guide for New Author-Bloggers

Warning: Make This Mistake and Readers Will Hate Your Protagonist

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs I was wandering about the web this week, I stumbled upon a great assortment of writer’s articles. A few might not strike you immediately as pertaining to writing, but give them a quick scan and I think you may agree with me that they are worth a more in depth reading. Enjoy!

Style That Doesn’t go out of Fashion: Style Sheets, Style Guides, and Why Audrey Hepburn Style is a Writer’s Best Friend

Marketing Through Cons and Festivals

8 Ways a Daily Journal Will Rock Your Business World

How to find book ideas: 15 easy methods

10 Tips for Building Writing Confidence

NaNoWriMo: 12 Tools for Long Writing Sessions

53 Wonderfully Pointless Facts About The English Language

Don’t Even Try

Getting Books Out Into The World

Writing Basics: Types of External Conflict

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAfter a week of surfing the net, I am happy to show you a list of my favorites. Most are general writing articles, but there are a few about being creative and handwriting too. Enjoy!

9 Tips to Do More Writing In Less Time

What Every Successful Novel Opening Must Do: Myth vs. Reality

Why Writing by Hand Is Underrated

How to write a rough draft: Finish your novel faster

How to Get Your Indie Book Translated and Reach the Growing “Globile” Market

7 Rules to be Successful as an Author

The Silent Crisis of the Mid-Career Slump for Creatives

Ten Tips For Taking Feedback On Your Writing

Interracial Writers and the Problems We Face

Gentlemanly Professions