Ink Link Roundup -blog planning lists and Frida Kahlo

Ink Link Roundup -blog planning lists and Frida Kahlo

We’re in that special week just before New Year’s Eve when everyone is looking around wondering how they’re going to tackle 2018. If you’re a blogger, this list is for you!   And if you’re tired of the holidays, here’s […]

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Ink Link Roundup -book launches and funny alternate titles

Ink Link Roundup -book launches and funny alternate titles

While Elisa is nowhere near ready to launch a book of any kind, she appreciates how other writers have tried the different options so she can make the best possible decision down the road. Melissa says, for a great laugh, […]

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Ink Link Roundup –weapons against inertia and braving the wilds

Ink Link Roundup –weapons against inertia and braving the wilds

This post about starting your creative project, finding the courage to persevere, and forgiving yourself in order to start again is exactly what Elisa needed to read right now. One of the best sentences from it: Persistence is the best […]

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Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Ink Link Roundup -books, books, and more books

Since we’re in the midst of gift-giving season, here’s a list of books for the STEM-minded people in your life (younger and older): 7 Books with Brainy Ladies in STEM And a list for the writers in your life–with books […]

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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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