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No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to another Monday of Writer’s Links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a nice grab bag of general writing tips, one of which by James Scott Bell.  There is a YouTube video about Mary Sues as related to Star Wars and an interesting tutorial and explanation of Observational Journaling.  Enjoy!

Imagining your future projects is holding you back

How Writers Ruin Their Amazon Links

SCREAM IT UNTIL THEIR EARS BLEED: PAY THE WRITERS

How to Find a Niche Audience

How to write An Observation Journal Entry

7 Secrets That a Publisher Will Not Tell You About Publishing Your Book

Do You Have to Suffer to Write?

Top 10 Things To Consider When Choosing A Publisher With The Same Care As A Jane Austen Heroine Chose A Husband

YOUTUBE: Mary Sue & Star Wars – Rey, Rogue One’s Jyn Erso – DEFINITION & REVIEW

How to Weave a Message Without Pummeling Your Readers

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksThis week I’ve gone far afield from my usual sources in article selection.  There are many good ones about the craft of writing and publishing.  I especially enjoyed the one about writing critique groups.  I hope you enjoy this selection as much as I did.

Creating videos for your blog or your book

The Metrics of Writing

Scientists Have Published A List Of The 50 Most Misused Phrases In Their Field

Engineering a Fiction Series

Dazzling With Language in Stories

How Heroism is in the Eye of the Beholder

The Real Reason We Want to Be Published

The Key to Criteria-Driven Story Development

The Psychology of Writing and the Cognitive Science of the Perfect Daily Routine

10 Tips For Taking Feedback On Your Writing (And How To Trust It, Too!)

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksMy article surfing was not directed this week as the past few weeks have been.  I did happen on a few general writing articles that I thought would be of interest.  I hope you like them.

Writers are not lazy

A JAPANESE AI PROGRAM JUST WROTE A SHORT NOVEL, AND IT ALMOST WON A LITERARY PRIZE

When is a Book “Out of Print”?

5 Tips to Sustain You in the Query Trenches

HANDWRITING VS COMPUTER WRITING

Seven Things Writers Need to Do When Self-Publishing

50 Words with Alternative Spellings

Theodore Roosevelt’s Advice on Reading

The Art of Finding Ideas

Five Steps to a Successful Book Signing

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksAs I was reading my latest issue of “Poets & Writers” this week, an article about a woman’s personal experience at a writing residence caught my attention.  I have an article about writing residencies to explain the concept and a few articles about being a female writer in the 21st century.  There are also many general writing interest articles as well.  I hope you enjoy them.

Party Like a Writer; or, Why Are You Screaming at Your Cheetos?

Developing Daily Journaling Habit for the New Year

The Great Divide: E-books vs Print

Female Novelist Learns How Far a Male Pen Name Can Take Her

Writers Groups – Nasty or Nurturing?

The Patronizing Questions We Ask Women Who Write

Which social media platforms should a writer use?

26 Amazing Writing Residencies You Should Apply for This Year

Writing Women Characters Into Epic Fantasy Without Quotas

HOW TO WRITE WITH A CO-WRITER – WRITING PARTNER PITFALLS AND SUCCESSES

No Wasted Ink Writer’s Links

writers-linksWelcome back to No Wasted Ink.  This week the Monday writing links are a hodge podge of writerly goodness.  Coloring books are becoming a popular trend, so there is an article about that.  I included plenty of general writing links and a little bit about making time to read.  Until next week, keep on writing.

How to Create Awesome Scene Arcs That Surprise Readers

Want to Be a Successful Writer? Ten Ways to GO PRO!

How To Self-Publish An Adult Coloring Book With Meg Cowley

Pinterest for Authors: A Beginner’s Guide

The Importance of Keywords to Ranking Your Book on Amazon
How to Develop the Discipline of a Professional Writer

MAKING TIME TO READ WHEN YOU HAVE NO TIME

Writers Earn More Money as Bloggers

Reviews: The Fan: Control, Disorientation, and the Genre of Regret

Crowdfunding fiction