Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

This week, I found out that Leonardo DaVinci’s notebooks are now available to read for free online. How cool is that? So much story research potential… Kate has an excellent Twitter thread for us, courtesy of Seanan McGuire about foundational […]

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Ink Links Roundup

Ink Links Roundup

Having passed that tipping point of 30 years, and having been that child who at seven thought she was already too old to start some things, Melissa occasionally needs this reminder that she’s not “too late” to become a successful […]

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Ink Links Roundup – Wattpad, Writing as Resistance

Ink Links Roundup – Wattpad, Writing as Resistance

Publishing Perspectives writes up a great overview of Wattpad platform here. If you’ve been thinking about diving in (like Kate has pondered), check it out. — A gorgeous piece of writing by Dimas Ilaw called The Shape of the Darkness […]

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Ink Links Roundup – Piracy, String Theory, and Webcomics

Ink Links Roundup – Piracy, String Theory, and Webcomics

In the indie publishing world, there is a lot of talk about piracy. If someone downloads your book illegally for free, some say that it really doesn’t matter; they wouldn’t have purchased your book anyway. In the traditional publishing world, […]

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Ink Links Roundup – Insight, Writing Fears, Revision

Ink Links Roundup – Insight, Writing Fears, Revision

This short and sweet interview with David Sedaris provides important nuggets for writers! Kate loves Kiini Ibura Salaam’s post on writing fears and why we should delve deep and tell more. It was part of Kiini’s workshop on Writing What […]

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Ink Links Roundup – Phillip Pullman, Protecting Creativity, and Self-Pub Stats

Ink Links Roundup – Phillip Pullman, Protecting Creativity, and Self-Pub Stats

Philip Pullman: Rules of writing from man behind His Dark Materials 6. Write for yourself When you’re writing, you have to please yourself because there’s no-one else there initially. But the book doesn’t fully exist until it’s been read. The […]

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