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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links from No Wasted Ink. Each week I surf the internet and share a list of writing-related articles that I found of interest to me. I hope you enjoy them!

Jane Austen Fun

Whom Should You Be Writing For? Yourself or Your Readers?

NON-WRITING FRIENDS – AND WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE THEM

Taking Smart Risks

GUIDELINES OF STEAMPUNK

Will Readers Find Your Protagonist Worthy?

HAIKU MAKES EVERYTHING SEEM BETTER

Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens

10 Writing Tips That Can Help Almost Anyone

How To Capture The Hearts And Minds Of Your Readers

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome to No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links. Every Monday I post a list of writing-related articles that I happened upon during the week and share them with you. I hope you enjoy them!

The Perils (and Benefits) of Reviewing Indie Fiction

How to Write Like Austen? (Maybe)

WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GENRE AND CATEGORY?

The Hardest Part of Writing Good Character Arcs—and How You Can Make It Look Easy!

The Not-So-Secret Formula to Writing Character Driven Stories

Writing Habits And Routines, Filling The Creative Well And More Tips On Writing And Productivity

Sightseeing in the suburbs: Thoreau-ly interesting

Under Development: Ways to Create Characters

Don’t Speak: The Power of What’s Left Unsaid When Crafting Dialogue

How audio is beginning to make a noise

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