Ink Links Roundup

So I love read-aloud. Have since I was a kid. I love reading aloud and being read to. So finding this list of Global Read Aloud Choices for 2017 made my week! Kate loves this writing lessons roundup from Chuck […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

Okay, so Women’s History month was March, but Tempest has some wonderful observations to share from reading history as written by women. It includes great points to consider when researching you stories. http://tempest.fluidartist.com/history-according-to-women-the-tempest-challenge/ And today, Kate gives us a fascinating look […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

I have a couple links to share this week, and I hope you enjoy them! First up: 6 Ways to Convince an Editor You’re Not a Professional. Really, the title says it all. Basically, this is a list of what […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

How is the psychology of mythology not fascinating? This might be a bit dense – it reads more like a piece in an academic journal than a blog post – but understandable and fascinating. I love this sort of thing. […]

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Ink Link Roundup

Ink Link Roundup

Here’s this week’s round of Ink Links! Elisa knows from experience that just the thought of trying to find exposure as a writer, let alone for one’s work, can be an anxiety inducing endeavor. Here are 4 ways to try […]

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Ink Link Roundup

Ink Link Roundup

This week’s selection is especially varied. Enjoy! Elisa loved this in-depth look at short fiction not only because it provides a comparison of forms but it highlights why all writers should be writing short fiction. The Strategic Use of Short […]

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