Ink Link Roundup-posthumous manuscript wishes, dying British English, home libraries

Ink Link Roundup-posthumous manuscript wishes, dying British English, home libraries

Elisa says, I’m hardly at the point in my writing career where I need to worry about what my family will do with my buried manuscripts. However, control freak that I am, I certainly plan to outline what I want […]

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Ink Link Roundup -Instagram tips and plagiarized poetry

Ink Link Roundup -Instagram tips and plagiarized poetry

Elisa has found a few great links to share this week—enjoy! You may not be job hunting, but it never ever hurts to think about personal branding across social media. These are excellent tips for Instagram. I’ve only seen one […]

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Cleaning the Writer’s Office – After

Cleaning the Writer’s Office – After

Remember my writing office before? Here is a flashback of my absolutely mortification if you need it. This update is all about the books. I went in with the goal to halve my books. Which means culling from my existing […]

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Cleaning the Writer’s Office – Before

Cleaning the Writer’s Office – Before

My writer’s office is a mess. It’s a mess in that I hoard books ARCs and fulls, pens, reference books, letter writing paper and card stationery, journals, other office supplies, CDs, technology (ipads, ipods, computers, etc), figures (love figurines XD), […]

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Building a Writing Habit

Building a Writing Habit

I’ve been whining enough lately about writing and motivation that everyone should know I am doing everything I can to create a proper writing habit. It’s much harder than I anticipated, mostly because I had no clue where to begin. This […]

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Cafe Writer (or the Ultimate Writer Cliche)

Cafe Writer (or the Ultimate Writer Cliche)

This post is to talk about the ultimate writer cliche: cafe writing. You can picture it in your head, easy peasy. A writer–any writer–with a cup of caffeine at their side, staring out the cafe windows as the word passes […]

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