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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMonday’s are my favorite day because it is when I share my links with you. This week has the usual general writing tips, but there is also a nice review about the editing tool Grammerly, a science fiction related essay about AI and an article about medical practices during the regency era. I hope you enjoy them!

Writing 5 Minutes A Day – How Much Can You Really Get Done?

Dialogue Writing Tips from Bartleby Snopes

Is Grammarly a Good Tool for Professional Writers?

Regency Medicine

Cory Doctorow: Skynet Ascendant

Writing in an accent: trouble ahead

The Ubiquitous Servant

FIRST LINE CATCHES THE READER

Want to Level Up Your Fiction? Take the “Dramatic Irony” Challenge!

5 tips for introverted writers

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs I surf the net each week, I come across articles that I feel are helpful to either myself or to beginning authors. I like to share the cream of the crop with you all every Monday. This week’s batch has some interesting items, including a video about Victor Borge that will have grammar enthusiasts rolling on the floor.

How to write a series: 8 novice mistakes to avoid

AN OVERVIEW ON SCI-FI SUB-GENRES

Urban Fantasy

The Top 20 Publishers for New Authors

Are These Filter Words Weakening Your Fiction?

How to Become a Novelist

YOUTUBE: Victor Borge: Phonetic punctuation

You Kept Your Audiobook Rights – Now What?

5 TIPS FOR CRAFTING A MEMORABLE BOOK DESCRIPTION

The productivity trick one author used to write over 40 books

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week has a fine selection of articles to browse from writing with pens, journaling, and a comical take on what it is like to be in a writing critique group. Go and pour yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy.

Writing with Color: Description Guide

If Jane Austen Got Feedback From Some Guy In A Writing Workshop

Setting Up Amazon Author pages

Writing crime fiction – 7 elements of gripping suspense

Researching your novel: The ultimate guide

DO DIFFERENT COLOR INKS HELP YOU TO STAY ORGANIZED?

THE ART OF SUBMISSION: CREATING A SUBMISSION WISH LIST

How to Love Writing Again

What I Wish I Had Known When I Started Journaling

Applying the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator to Fictional Characters

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink writer’s links. This week I have many great articles on general writing tips for you, along with a couple of paper notebook and fountain pen articles. Go and pour yourself a cup of coffee and tea and sit back to relax. There is plenty of good reading to find here.

On Changing Book Titles And Covers: My Own Experience And How You Can Do It Too

Four Ways to Prepare for a Book Launch—Even if You Aren’t Published Yet

WHY AUTHORS SHOULD CONNECT WITH READERS

WRITERS, AUTHORS, BLOGGERS – BEWARE THESE HEALTH RISKS

A Primer on Fountain Pens

The Importance of Keeping A Notebook

10 rules for making it as a writer, by Dennis Lehane

Word Count Woe: What Should You Do With Your Very Long Manuscript?

Seven Secret Weapons That Will Make You a Better Novelist

Sense vs. Sensibility

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThe controversy of Artifical Intelligence taking over the jobs of writers is a real one. It is a subject that I think about as I use more comprehensive tools to edit and hone my own writing with tools and software that was not available even a few years ago. I found an article that addresses the idea that you may wish to look at. The rest of the list are general writing articles that should be of interest. Have a great week!

A LOOK AT POINTS OF VIEW

5 WAYS WRITERS CAN STEEL THEMSELVES AGAINST ONLINE HATERS

How the Perfect Midpoint Moves Your Protagonist From Reaction to Action

Writing Horror And Making A Living With Your Writing With Michaelbrent Collings

Creating an Author Business Plan: Our Product Plan

Could a Robot Do Your Job? Here’s Why You Should Write Like You Freaking Mean It

Should Indie Publishing Be For You?

Alone and Not Alone: How to Create Your Own Group Writing Retreat

How I Published My First Book of Short Stories in 12 Easy Steps

10 Essential Lessons You’ll Learn in a Creative Writing Workshop