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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksGetting my indy published book into libraries or to the chinese marketplace are two topics that have interested me as an author. I was lucky to find articles on these topics this week. In addition, there is a nice tutorial on how to make a 3D book cover and business related articles about being an authorpreneur. Enjoy the links!

Writing Your Author Bio? Here Are 10 Great Examples

Getting Chinese readers beyond the British Classics and Harry Potter

How to Get Self-Published Books into Stores and Libraries

Business Musings: Talking To Writers

The Demographics of Device Ownership

Library Journal’s 2015 Survey of Library eBook Usage is Friendly to Self-Pub

Why I killed my social media accounts (+ why you may want to too…and what to do instead)

3 Tips for Successful Radio Interivews

Letter to the Spouse of a Writer

How to Proudly Design 3D Book Images for Free

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. This week is a more general grab-bag of articles about publishing, keeping a journal, and writing faster. I hope you find them interesting!

8 Reasons To Attend Writing Conferences

Struggling with keeping a journal

Ebooks change the game for both backlist and export

How to write at least four novels a year

Things I’ve Learned: To Myself As A Newbie Writer

Buck Rogers and the Copyright Trolls, Redux

The Dumbest Mistakes New Authors Make

I Write Short Books On Purpose

You Wouldn’t Think It, But Typeface Piracy Is a Big Problem

Amazon Wants New Customer Reviews System To Be More Helpful And Gain Your Trust: Here’s How

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!


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


26 List Ideas to Help You Rock the Freelance Life


Naming Your Novel

Books without readers: a discoverability problem


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