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Welcome back to another fine Monday of writers links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a nice grab bag of general writing tips for you to enjoy, plus a little bit on poetry.  I hope you like them!

10 Advantages of Writing a Single-POV Story

Decision Fatigue. Writer’s Block. Procrastination. Is There a Link?

Bonding Character and Reader

Optimizing Your Story Ideas for Stronger Engagement

Finding Your Perfect Niche In Fiction

The Difference Between Archetypes, Tropes, and Clichés

Teaching Tips: How To Make Creative Writing Classes More Interesting

Making the Case for Poetry (and for Pillows, Lampposts, and Subways Seats that Speak)

Self-Publishing Audiobooks: Why Should You Consider It?

How to Start Writing Poetry

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Welcome to my top ten writer links!  Each Monday I highlight articles about the craft of writing that I found useful in my weekly surfing of the internet.  I hope you enjoy this bunch.  There are plenty of informative pieces to ponder here.

Writing Contests are Important: How To Tell the Good Ones from the Scams

7 Things Your Character Is Hiding

4 Ways to Boost Your Digital Marketing Strategy

A Little Something Extra

Six Mistakes That Can Kill a Great Plot

3 Tips for Writing Action Scenes

How To Use Your Book Cover To Sell More Books

Twitter Pitch Like You Mean It!

Useful Time Management Hacks Every Writer Should Know

Writing Characters That Are ‘Smarter’ Than You

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Happy Monday!  Welcome to another batch of writers links here on No Wasted Ink.  As usual, I have a good number of general writing articles for you, but also a few on conferences and audio books.  I hope you find them to be good reads.

5 Tips to Start Writing a Memoir

Writing Conference

Feedback: the Giving and the Receiving

Your Online Presence: 10 Mistakes for Authors to Avoid

7 Things to Try When Writing Is Hard

Studying Stories as a Writer

Using Real People in Historical Fiction

Seven Signs of Bad Media Analysis

7 Reasons To Narrate Your Own Audiobook

One Common Way Writers Weaken Their Descriptions

No Wasted Ink Writers Links

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Happy Monday!  It is time for another ten writer links here on No Wasted Ink.  This week I have a nice selection of general writing tips with a few that specialize in the fantasy genre.  I hope you enjoy them!

What Is Writer’s Block and How to Overcome It with These 8 Strategies

Rendering Dialects and Accents in Dialogue

When Your Characters Have Minds of Their Own

Improving Your Writing With Dungeons & Dragons

The Problem With Oppressed Mages

How to Choose Sounds for a Fantasy Language

3 Signs It’s Time to Stop Editing That Manuscript

Writing a Novel: Top 10 Editing Tips

All Is Lost: Four Kinds of Death in Fiction

How to start a book group