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Happy Monday!  No Wasted Ink is back with another top ten writing articles for your enjoyment.  It is time to pour yourself a cup of coffee and sit back and relax.  I hope you enjoy the article selection this week.

Memoir Writing: 7 Questions to Help you Get Past the Surface and Deepen Reflection

Truths about Publishing You Can Only Learn in the Trenches

7 Tips for a Successful Relationship with Your Book Cover Designer

Procrastination is a Self-Perpetuating Cycle: 9 Tips for Getting Unstuck

Unsnagging Your Plot

Lessons From The Maze Runner’s Point of View Disaster

5 Myths About Writing Characters

How To Make Your Audiobook Work For You

What to Do if Your Book Cover Sucks

6 Top Tips to Build Writing Focus with Pavlov and Pomodoros

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Happy Monday!  This week I have a solid lineup of ten writing tip articles for you to enjoy.  Pour yourself a cuppa and sit back.  These are meaty ones.

Technology and Worldbuilding

What Mister Rogers Taught Us About Storytelling

The 10 Rules of Writing Large Casts of Characters

Networking For Writers

Navigating Families in Fiction

Five Surprisingly Successful Characters and Why They Work

Worldbuilding on the Crossroads

Beginnings and Backstory

5 Tips to Improve Your Next Novel Cover

Easy Steps to Succeed in Book Writing Plan

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Happy Monday!  I have ten new links to articles to please your writing spirit.  There is an assortment of writing tips and writing life to tickle your fancy this January.  Enjoy!

A Book In My Ear: Audiobooks, the Writer’s Take

The Emotional Journey of Writing Fantasy

Analog Writing in the Digital World

The Current State of Artificial Intelligence

A Hook that Breaks the Rules

Revising a Novel: The Five Stages of Death, Dying & Drama

Eight Terrain Features for Fantasy Kingdoms to Fight Over

How to Find the Discipline and Focus to Write

Goal-Oriented Storytelling: Attachment

Writing with Tarot: How the Cards Point the Way to Your Story

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Happy New Year!  Welcome back to the start of another year of writers links from No Wasted Ink.  I have an amazing list of articles for you this morning that speak on the issues that we as authors face in the modern world.  Plus…a little Outlander one.  I’m a huge fan of this historical television series and the history of the lyrics of its theme song. I hope you’ll find it interesting too!

Modern Myth and Meaning: The Yule Log Lady

Why I’m Obsessed with the Outlander Theme Song(s)

Advanced Life Support for Writers

The Resolution That Solves All Problems

The 10-Step Checklist to Writing an Above-Average Novel

Five Things to Know about Being Published

Does Your Cover Need a New Year’s Makeover?

Going Beyond Google: How Fiction Challenges Us to Ask Tough Questions

Seven Things Writers Get Wrong About Language

3 Ways to Add a Personal Touch to Your Writing

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As we all countdown to the New Year, I am pleased to offer up my usual Monday list of writing craft articles for you.  Most of them are general writing tips, but each is a well-written article and I hope they will please you.  Enjoy your bubbly should you be celebrating this evening and I’ll see you next year.

When the Girl Rescues the Prince: Norwegian Fairy Tale “East of the Sun, West of the Moon”

When Should A Story End?

How Do You Bring an Inexperienced Hero to a Fight?

Making Readers Feel (and Care)

30 Things I’ve Learned About the Writing Life

Believing in the Muse

The Value of Connecting your Journal Writing with Current Events

How to Describe Neurodivergent Characters

How to raise the stakes in a novel

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