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Welcome to No Wasted Ink Writers Links on Monday. Each week I gather up articles that I find interesting as I surf the internet. Some are recently published and others go back a little way but are ones that I find relevant for writers. I hope you enjoy this week’s list.

When Should You Drop Your Story?

Writing Realistic Spiders

Diagnosing a REAL Writer: Do You Have Terminological Inexactitude Syndrome?

The Destructive Power of The Lie Your Character Believes

Easy Ways to Sell Signed Copies of Your Novel Online

Want to earn more as a book author? A male name will help

8 PRIDE AND PREJUDICE SEQUELS FOR THE DISCERNING JANE AUSTEN FAN

How to read poetry like a professor

Do the Doing: An Actor Writes

Poetry Rx: You Will Love Again the Stranger Who Was Your Self

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Welcome to another Monday of writers links!  This week I have a nice assortment of general writing links, a little bit on marketing your work, and an interesting article about AI in publishing.  Enjoy!

Writing Realistic Forests: Tell the Wood from the Trees

Why Publish Your Novel with a Traditional Publisher?

Want to Make Your Scenes Come Alive? Here’s a Cop’s-Eye View

Branding & The Brain: How Social Media Changes but Humans Never Will

How To Keep Writing When That Critical Inner Voice Won’t Shut Up

Where Does Your Novel’s Conflict Come From?

Women Intellectuals and the Art of the Withering Quip

Artificial Intelligence in Publishing

The 7 Habits Of Highly Creative People

Thirty Minutes a Day is All It Takes to Automate Your Social Media Activity, But I Don’t Recommend it

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Happy Monday everyone!  Welcome back to another set of links of interest for writers.  In addition to general writing tips, there are a few articles about marketing yourself as an author and a few on research topics.  I hope you you enjoy them.

Fear of Writing

IN THE GAP BETWEEN WRITER AND READER THE NOVEL COMES TO LIFE

Realistic Knife Fighting

How to Decide Between Plain Prose and Beautiful Prose

Editing is Dying, Grunting Soon to Follow

Platform: What IS It? Why Do Writers Need One?

Essential Marketing Tactics For Children’s Authors

HOW TO FAIL AT WRITING

A Tip for Getting Through Hard-to-Write Scenes

Margaret Atwood on How She Came to Write The Handmaid’s Tale

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome to No Wasted Ink’s writer links.  This week I have a different assortment for your reading.  This week is more about marketing your books, the publishing process and how reading was in the past and how it might be in the future.  I hope you enjoy them!

Visual Thinking

Writing Tips: How Writers Can Use Punctuation To Great Effect

5 Essential Truths You Need to Know about The Path to Publication

Women Were Better Represented in Victorian Novels Than Modern Ones

READING IN VIRTUAL REALITY: THE GOOD AND NOT-SO-GOOD

The Left-Handed Kid

The Other Side of Beatrix Potter

No, In Fact, You Should Not Write For Free

Marketing Beyond Your Book Launch

How to Write and Publish Your First Book 3: Vanquish Self Doubt and Confusion